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Old October 11th, 2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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Panigale, Diavel and Multistrada 1200 ECU mapping

Hi first time poster with a question.
I'm going to have my bike tuned by these guys next week; they offer Panigale, Diavel and Multistrada 1200 ECU mapping. I have a Panigale and they told me that they can add throttle control on the down shift; I hate not blipping the throttle. Anybody used them before?
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Old October 12th, 2012, 02:36 AM   #2
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Tuneboy stuff is good. You wont regret it.

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Old October 12th, 2012, 02:49 AM   #3
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Im booked in for Thursday. What day you going up?
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Old October 12th, 2012, 04:20 PM   #4
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Thanks Soz.

Humpo I'm in on Tuesday, do you know Wayne? It's a bit of a ride for me to get to Sydney.
Looking forward to the new maps and power run before and after, cruise control is a great option as my arms ache and being able to sit up and let go of the throttle is a dream.
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Was just on the phone to the TB agent in SA. He was telling me they have it well sorted for the pani. The full kit has an O2 sensor so it self tunes as well.
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Old October 12th, 2012, 08:45 PM   #6
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Thats pretty good.
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The stuff that Wayne has developed is astounding. He has only released a small sample of what he has developed. Future releases will be very interesting.
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Thanks Soz.

Humpo I'm in on Tuesday, do you know Wayne? It's a bit of a ride for me to get to Sydney.
Looking forward to the new maps and power run before and after, cruise control is a great option as my arms ache and being able to sit up and let go of the throttle is a dream.
Nar only know him through ducati.ms. He is doing a dyno run remap and installing cruise control on the MTS 1200. Im in Wollongong so its a bit of a hike for me too but im hoping it will be well worth it.
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Im in the process of replacing the ti muffler off the termi full system to a two brothers carbon one. So will have to look at what gains or losers come from that.

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Hey Humpo,
How did you go? I'm over the moon with the results so smooth and cruise control is great I love it.
Did you see that turbo bike from Adelaide in the workshop OMG!
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that belongs to the bloke I was talking to. Puts out about 200HP. Not bad from a 3 cylinder Triumph.... He's pretty fanatical about his Triumphs, and can ride the thing too. Usually two up with his missus on the back!!! Think he's putting it on a dyno at a hotrod show here this weekend.
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Old October 19th, 2012, 09:01 PM   #13
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Thats him!

He's not doing the dyno run now. Bummer.

I was going to film it and post it up!
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Old October 20th, 2012, 02:29 AM   #15
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Dyno tuning the Multistrada 1200 with Tuneboy, the good, the bad and the ugly.

I start off by saying it was like going to see a cheap hooker, the experience could have been better but I was satisfied when I left.

Let me explain.

Wayne was a hard man to track down. He really needs to work on his email/phone response time. I had tried to contact him over two weeks and finally got onto him.

I turned up to the industrial unit at Hornsby and it was not your typical Ducati workshop. There was bike shit everywhere. This played havoc with my OCD to say the least. We wheeled the bike onto the dyno strapped it down and then started plugging in the O2 and other wires that needed to be there.

We then did a base line power run. If you have never been in a both when your bike is doing a power run you will not know the feeling. Its pretty full on. This does not damage the bike in away way but it is full on.

He then remapped the ECU and started the trim. What he was doing is running the bike at each rpm and taking readings, and then he would change the air fuel mix to get the best result. He would then move onto the next rpm. This process took about 2 hours of running the bike on the dyno.

We then installed the Cruise program. This all goes onto the stock ecu so no need to buy a power commander or O2 thingie.

When I left the bike was a different animal to say the least. I have the full termi system and it was rough on the throttle to get a smooth take off. It was like a car with a lumpy cam. I could not believe the difference from what I had to now. The power is just so much nicer. Words can’t really tell you how good the difference is.

Now for the Cruise, I came home via the M7, set it via the start button. After a about the 4th time I reset it due to cars I got the hang of doing it. It then became second nature to do it. I have a throttle lock on every bike that I have owned and they are ok but this was so much better. It held the speed to 1km either side of the mark. You don’t notice the bike accelerating at all, very smooth. Drove past 4 cops on the way home and didn’t even look down at my speed. This worked best at Piction road where there is a 30km average speed camera. So it’s set and forget.

Im going to track down a two button mount for a nudge up-down as you do miss that feature from the car cruise. The map is there for I just need to find the right hardware.

At the end of the day the changes that Wayne made are truly fantastic. The cruise is a huge bonus.

Would I do it again? Yes I would one of the first mods I would do. Its that good. So do persist in tracking him down.
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