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post #21 of 110 (permalink) Old 05-03-2017, 03:55 PM
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The smell of unburnt fuel behind the bike. I realize this is only noticeable at idle, but I have not experienced popping from the exhaust during riding.
Mine didn't run any different with the Shift-tech than it did when stock.

Granted, Ducati didn't do something right with the airbox/vertical intake manifold and I had 60%+ leakdown on the vertical by 18k miles. Bike was rich and sooty but that probably was due to the quart of oil it was burning every 500 miles.
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Mine didn't run any different with the Shift-tech than it did when stock.

Granted, Ducati didn't do something right with the airbox/vertical intake manifold and I had 60%+ leakdown on the vertical by 18k miles. Bike was rich and sooty but that probably was due to the quart of oil it was burning every 500 miles.
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So YOU got the prototype 2-stroke Monster!


Riding season started yet?




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Of course! Just waiting until mid May to take the snow tires off...
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@Brianq103 is in Canada's sun belt and can get away with those winter tires. Here in Ottawa, we need these:
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Can anyone who just changed the slip-on can (and did not remap) provide some input concerning driveability/engine noise/leaness/etc problems? I'm still thinking its not really necessary to remap the ECU with just a slip-on upgrade.
I just installed an SC Project Carbon Conic on the M1200R. Other than sound improvement, I can't really say the driveability is different. However, that could change as the weather warms up and the bikes start running leaner.

I would really like to get that embedded Termi map unlocked. Alternatively, I'm looking at adding a Booster Plug.

https://www.boosterplug.com/shop/cms-21.html

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Just got this email back from ECU unleashed
" Our tech is requesting pictures of the ECU to confirm our calibration will be compatible with your unit. Please provide a picture of the ECU label as well as the plugs so we can see the pins".
I'm not around next week but will send them the pics and report back the outcome
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I had a SC Project exhaust on my last bike (BMW K1300S) and the BMW tech told me that the ecu can make minor adjustments for a slip on. I did not have any backfiring/popping on deceleration and I felt mid range and top end power had a slight improvement. In the description for the exhaust it also states that "no added power unit is needed"

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I've had a meeting with my Ducati tech. We discussed the SC Project and fuel maps in general. His opinion is that as long as you don't have any unsettling backfires, you shouldn't worry about fueling issues, especially with just a slip-on. He rides a Diavel with homologated Termis. I respect his judgment and will not do anything until further issues. I'll keep the booster Plug and the RapidBike devices on the back burner for now and see how the bike runs as we enter warmer weather.

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I just installed an SC Project Carbon Conic on the M1200R. Other than sound improvement, I can't really say the driveability is different. However, that could change as the weather warms up and the bikes start running leaner.



I would really like to get that embedded Termi map unlocked. Alternatively, I'm looking at adding a Booster Plug.



https://www.boosterplug.com/shop/cms-21.html

Yea I've been wondering if you can find the upmap USB sold separately from the termi cans
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