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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-04-2015, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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Proformance modifications to 2013 1100 Evo

G'day everyone!

I recently (May 2015) purchase from a Ducati dealership a second hand 2013 1100 Evo for $17,000 with 2000kms on the clock and in perfect condition. I've only done about 400kms on her since as I'm fifo worker and we've just come out of winter down here. But what and awsome 400k's it's been. She's already got Tremi pipes and abit of carbon bling.

My one main ride was with a mate who rides a fully worked Harley. We were having abit of fun as you do and we were pretty even but I just got the upper hand on him. As most of my mates ride Harleys I don't want to "just" beat them I want to smoke them haha.

I've been trolling through this fourm for over a month and I've haven't found much on proformance modifications except for the ol' 14T frount spocket and was wondering what advice any of you have to make her go that bit quicker.

I spoke to a Ducati specialist today to see what they recommend. They said to unlock the ECU and full dyno tune was $770, 14T sprocket $65, removal and refit of lightend flywheel and replace the oil for $596 and I'm also looking at getting a Rizoma riser for the handle bars (unsure weather to go 42mm or 60mm) at $155 fitted. They are also pricing up a piston kit for me and I will get back to you when they send me more information on it.

My question to you is have any of you guys (or girls) done any of the modifications above, particularly the lightend flywheel and and piston work? Any information is greatly appreciated.

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* All prices in AUD
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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-19-2015, 07:44 AM Thread Starter
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Hi guys just a little update.

I've figured out I'm going to get the flywheel lightend, 14T frount sprocket, Hi-Comp pistons, a big bore kit, rear fender eliminator, handle bar riser, ECU tune and dyno. They have given me a rough idea of about a 30-35HP increase and it's going to cost me about $5.5k (AUD).

Like I've said before any information from you guys out there would be muchly appreciated.

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post #3 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-19-2015, 10:40 AM
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Man, that's a lot of money. I think you'd have been better off getting a supersport and not having to do any mods.

All I have are a competition werkes exhaust and a K&N air filter.

Congrats on the purchase though.
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post #4 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-20-2015, 10:12 AM
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Agree with 1UB. Buy a supersport for more reliability compared to a modified motor.

I suggest you ask your "Ducati Specialist" just how much improvement you will realize by replacing the flywheel with a lightened one, considering that the 1100evo already has a lightened flywheel?

I could certainly be wrong, but a 30% power increase is very optimistic. I also wonder what the Hp and Torque curves would look like?
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post #5 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-20-2015, 11:33 PM
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That's a lot of cash for a recently acquired bike and I'm presuming your first Monster. Ride it for 4,000km and then see what takes your fancy for spending. Just my opinion...

The 14T sprocket is good for around town but performance wise...not sure that's a gain and obviously reduces your top speed. Hi Comp pistons are good based on my own experience.

I would go for a custom ECU and Dyno tune for the $770. Will probably add a few HP and will give you a good baseline for the other mods.

That being said, if you've got the cash then go at 'er and share the stats with us!

Congrats on your purchase!

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post #6 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-21-2015, 07:07 AM
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An 1100 Evo should "smoke" a Harley without having to spend any money! Ha Ha!

Seriously you've got 100HP, (prob' less if you've fitted Termi's without a DP ECU). How much more do you want?

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post #7 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-23-2015, 09:34 AM
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Personally, I would do that ECU flash, throw a pipe on it, and spend the rest of the money on a set of forged Marchesini wheels (for some REAL weight savings that you will immediately notice).

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post #8 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-28-2015, 12:45 PM
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An 1100 Evo should "smoke" a Harley without having to spend any money! Ha Ha!

Seriously you've got 100HP, (prob' less if you've fitted Termi's without a DP ECU). How much more do you want?

You say it should smoke a Harley, but some Harleys are pushing like1800cc's. Depends on the bike. I dont think smoking a Harley in the straights should be a benchmark but to each their own. I do agree that a superbike or new gen monster might be better.
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post #9 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-29-2015, 03:26 PM
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You say it should smoke a Harley, but some Harleys are pushing like1800cc's. Depends on the bike. I dont think smoking a Harley in the straights should be a benchmark but to each their own. I do agree that a superbike or new gen monster might be better.
Uh huh, and what would be the weight, HP and torque of those stock Harleys be?

Agreed that straight line performance is but one aspect of a bike's performance statistic, but I surely do love embarrassing those gay pirates foolish enough to believe their chrome machines are as fast as they are loud.
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post #10 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-29-2015, 04:41 PM
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Well like the vrod has 123hp and 84tq. The 1700cc vmax has 174hp and 113tq. These, like the Diavel, are not the common bike on the road and are more straight line performers than even the Diavel, let alone the Monster. A honda goldwing 1800cc motor has 118hp and 123tq and a harley sportster 1200cc has 70hp and 79tq.

So there are some numbers. Im sure the Monster has better power to weight than most bikes but it may not DESTROY a Harley. Probably need a superbike.
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