I thought if Ducati is in "Evo" mode, it means It runs in open loop mode. That means it doesn't care about lambda sensor and doesn't actuate the servo for the butterfly flap or the fueling with reading from lamda sensor anymore.I just purchased a 2019MY Supersport S (used). Previous owner had fitted the Competition Werkes GP pipe and also the Termignoni T800 UpMap. I started some online discussion with the UpMap team and they were very helpful. They suggested that I disconnect the Lambda sensor connectors (but can leave the sensors installed in the pipes). This will enable the flashed UpMap 'map' to control the fuelling and spark, rather than the ECU adjusting at lower rpm based on the lambda sensor signals. I've followed the lambda sensor wiring but my hand cannot reach the connectors. Can anyone advise where the connectors are located and what I may have to remove to access them (so I can disconnect/unclip and insulate them). Any assistance/images appreciated.
So, whether the sensor is connected or not, it shouldn't make any difference after upmap and dashboard shows Evo.
I would say Termignoni customer service should really ask their engineering about this, because it doesn't make sense.
The fact they wrote sensor can be removed it would be for aesthetics reason not bike operation reason.
Who knows, I might be wrong !