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Very nice......
does the Rapid bike fuel controller cure the on/off throttle issue at low revs?
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Hard to say since I never felt any issues with it stock. It runs great tho!
 

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No dyno before mods?
Why I'm asking is that 142Hp (rear wheel) is about the same as stock.
Is there a O2-sensor in the M4 setup connected to Rapid bike fuel controller?
Which version of Rapidbike is this.
The old version or the new EVO (or RACE) controller?
 

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No dyno before mods?
Why I'm asking is that 142Hp (rear wheel) is about the same as stock.
Is there a O2-sensor in the M4 setup connected to Rapid bike fuel controller?
Which version of Rapidbike is this.
The old version or the new EVO (or RACE) controller?
No I stupidly did not dyno before the mods. It's the EVO controller and yes there is an O2 sensor in the M4 connected to the rapid bike. The Ducati shop I had it dyno'd at said their machine actually reads 7% low consistently which would translate to approx 152hp (rear wheel)
 

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No I stupidly did not dyno before the mods. It's the EVO controller and yes there is an O2 sensor in the M4 connected to the rapid bike. The Ducati shop I had it dyno'd at said their machine actually reads 7% low consistently which would translate to approx 152hp (rear wheel)
Ok.
Without any other (engine) mods that would indicate a fair increase in max power.
What would be interesting is if the dip between 4-7k have been fixed.
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