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Yep. Two different stories. i specifically made a point to ask due to the previous thread. Well, I guess i'lll find out for sure mid-April when I pick up my icon w/ sport termi. I'm wondering if the update is an equipment / maintenance notation thing -- no technical change.
 

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Well, this is the official description of the Termi "Racing Slip-on Exhaust":

TERMIGNONI DUCATI SCRAMBLER RACING SLIP-ON EXHAUST
Thrilling sound with removable db killer and full power delivery thanks to the dedicated mapping; this steel silencer with up-map key makes for an exciting ride right from the word go. Features a removable db killer and carbon fiber end cap, this slip-on silencer reduces weight while adding an aggressive exhaust note.

http://store.proitalia.com/termignoni-ducati-scrambler-racing-slip-on-exhaust
The dual can Termi that comes on the Full Throttle (http://store.proitalia.com/termignoni-ducati-scrambler-slip-on-exhaust) doesn't mention a remap. Make of that what you will.
 

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Would anyone be interested in ECU flashing to optimise power? I've recently learned about Don Ghul who is apparently a wizard with ECUs... Granted this isn't a race bike, but they are handicapped from the factory to meet regulations...besides who wouldn't like a bit more poke ;)
 

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Because the Full Throttle Termi is fully homolgated and runs with a cat.
That's a good thought. I wonder - are there two versions of the Full Throttle slip-on? The listing for that one mentions that it is road legal int he EU but not the US. Does that mean that the accessory version is different from the one that is delivered on the Full Throttle spec?
 

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Would anyone be interested in ECU flashing to optimise power? I've recently learned about Don Ghul who is apparently a wizard with ECUs... Granted this isn't a race bike, but they are handicapped from the factory to meet regulations...besides who wouldn't like a bit more poke ;)
Reportedly these engines ran very hot in the other bikes that have used it due to how lean they are, which caused numerous overheating and paint flaking issues. So a remap would be beneficial from that aspect in addition to overall power.
 

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Would anyone be interested in ECU flashing to optimise power? I've recently learned about Don Ghul who is apparently a wizard with ECUs... Granted this isn't a race bike, but they are handicapped from the factory to meet regulations...besides who wouldn't like a bit more poke ;)
Yes,would be good,to have some more Information.I have remapped my Duc SF myself,i have lots of experience with the MagnetiMarelli ECU.I am interrested in every information about the Conti/Siemens M3C ECU of the Scramby.
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Yes,would be good,to have some more Information.I have remapped my Duc SF myself,i have lots of experience with the MagnetiMarelli ECU.I am interrested in every information about the Conti/Siemens M3C ECU of the Scramby.
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Like you said. All information is interested. I have been playing around a lot with Marelli ECU so the M3C ECU is interesting. I don't have a Scrambler yet but I need one and when I get one it will need remapping.
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Jocke............
 

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^^ I wouldn't recommend that product. Too many bugs, support is a bit lacking. Also it has no diagnostic functions for Siemens ECUs.

You might be very interested in my related post here:
Talking to the ECU - Ducati Scrambler Forum

Sorry just assuming they fit it rather than yourself from new. the technicians apparently just plug in their laptop and upload new data.
Nope. Some dealers will refuse to do it. Panni's you could do it yourself, but this there is a little slip of paper in the box saying "REQUIRES DDS".
They don't exactly sell that those to people. The stick will not do its thing without the go-code from the DDS and is a $1300 paperweight. (Ducati Diagnostic / Service tool)

Translation: Keurig Coffee Cup 2.0.
They DRM'ed it so you have to ask permission from the dealer to install your own parts.

Lookie lookie what I got to play with:

 

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Due to my experience i would always go with a Powercommander and make the setup on a Dynojet. Absolutely worth the money, that generates a difference day and night for the throttle response, especially in lower torque settings. Almost al new bikes run hard on maximum lean side to generate homologation for street. That generates like said before hot engines and no engine ist happy with this situation. Not only torque and horsepower are happy with a reseted ECU, the whole engine will be way more happy!
 
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