Just some info to pass along that might be of some use to folks .... I had my stock ECU reflashed and from everything I had read I drove 2 hours to my local Duck dealer to have the all mighty TPS reset like almost everyone says you MUST do when changing your ECU. The TPS did NOT need to be reset and the Ducati master mechanic pointed out that this "must do" reset is 99% hype and is NOT required. Mine was off by .1, which is totally in the accepted range for the sensor .... thats a number that no one would be able to notice. He stated that the bike will automatically reset itself once it detects the ECU has been unplugged and reinstalled. The bike handled and performed just fine on the way there and nothing was any different on the way back. If you live close to a dealer and dont mind giving them $50 then go for it but for those thinking about replacing their ECU or reflashing, a TPS reset is absolutely NOT required afterwards. This was from the mouth of a Ducati master technician whos worked on them for over 30 years. That info would have saved me half a days drive and $50 so hope it can be of use to others worried about messing with their ECU.