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I don't see anywhere that it's for the SuperSport.
ditto that. looks like its for a scrambler? very excited if this were compatible with the SS though. looking for LOUD.
 

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ditto that. looks like its for a scrambler? very excited if this were compatible with the SS though. looking for LOUD.
The url path is for supersport, but having checked the italian site of termi, the silencer is not shown, also there is no connection pipes mentioned, that might be a dead give away. I still like the single sc projects one more though. I don't know why but these two silencer types seems fit for a scooter. Just my opinion.
 

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I had contact with Termignoni. They said they will release a slip-on exhaust for the Supersport in June.
Sil moto release one in June
SC projects release one in June,
Termi release one in June
Well it's clear most of us will be looking at the options in june to get rid of that fugly cat box. Hahaha, then everyone will be complaining about delivery. My bet is the USA will be last to receive delivery or get no notification of it's status. Only joking guys, we all share your frustration.
 

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Sil moto release one in June
SC projects release one in June,
Termi release one in June
Well it's clear most of us will be looking at the options in june to get rid of that fugly cat box. Hahaha, then everyone will be complaining about delivery. My bet is the USA will be last to receive delivery or get no notification of it's status. Only joking guys, we all share your frustration.
I wonder if the mapping will be sorted by june... or will be looking to hack our ECUs to get rid of the cat
 

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I wonder if the mapping will be sorted by june... or will be looking to hack our ECUs to get rid of the cat
Efforts to hack the ECUs since Ducati went away from the Marelli units have been unsuccessful.
 

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Efforts to hack the ECUs since Ducati went away from the Marelli units have been unsuccessful.
what have the aftermarket folks been suggesting you do? you cant really eliminate the cat or exhaust ports and leave it as is, I hear the dp map is almost impossible to get from the dealers
 

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AFAIK the only full system being offered for the SS is the Ducati partnered Akra which includes a new map. Do you know of any other full system being offered?

DP tunes have always been available from the dealer with a license.

Earlier models can be remapped by several vendors. Most of them use the Rexxer or equivalent. Eventually there will be remapping services available for the SS but it might take some time. Or, we can hope that the French gentleman who developed TuneEcu might be inclined to include us in his program?
 

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Remapping the ECU = No warranty
The only exception is with the up-map that comes with the full Akra by Ducati Performance.
The dealer can't sell you the up-map key only. You have to buy the complete exhaust kit.
 

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It might, but I'm doubtful. First, I can not read any documentation as to what it is doing exactly. Second, when doing the official dealer remap, there are a few options which require a response. I did not see that in the video. Third, I've witnessed several remaps at the dealer and it takes a substantially longer time than the video demo.

But, I would dearly love to be proven wrong. :smile2:
And, if it is indeed a Ducati produced item it would cost $400 to $500 in the U.S.
 

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It might, but I'm doubtful. First, I can not read any documentation as to what it is doing exactly. Second, when doing the official dealer remap, there are a few options which require a response. I did not see that in the video. Third, I've witnessed several remaps at the dealer and it takes a substantially longer time than the video demo.

But, I would dearly love to be proven wrong. :smile2:
And, if it is indeed a Ducati produced item it would cost $400 to $500 in the U.S.
I have noticed your import duty and mark-up on motorcycle items is quite high so I can believe it would be in that region. Anyway, the dongle advertised fits the 4 pin DDA, in the owners manual its bubble number 15 on top right of the electrical schematic pg318+. It seems to be a ducati product but to be honest that website and what it advertises had already made my name dick a few times.

I have ordered a DDA to OBD2 converter from lonelec, UK based. I see there are some android apps available which connect an OBD2 via bluetooth and they enable one to alter the map.
 

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Does anyone know which marelli ECU model is being used in the SS, I am assuming it's a marelii but if different then please do notify.
 

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I'm operating from only having had a brief glance at one but think it is Continental Siemans.
 

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Does anyone know which marelli ECU model is being used in the SS, I am assuming it's a marelii but if different then please do notify.
I will answer my own question, the SS ECU is a 2016 model and compatible with the monsters of 2016. Unfortunately the monster 2017 home a different ECU. This new ECU is capable of managing the leaning ABS signals whereas ours is not. So if anyone is interested in leaning ABS then prepare a large expense since all electronics work together to provide an output, meaning full electronic changeover.
 

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