Ducati

Ducati 1299 Panigale ECU remap – not for the faint hearted in any sense!

0 Comments Posted October 18th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

This Ducati Panigale is owned by Nick, a regular customer of ours who we’ve seen for many years; when he arrived with it our collective draws dropped… “What are you doing on this…?” Was our question. “You’ve had all manner of big sports Suzukis, all the good stuff, and now you’ve gone over to the dark […]

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Ducati 848 Streetfighter ECU remap to smooth out aggressive throttle response

0 Comments Posted October 4th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

We’re getting a lot of Ducatis coming through for ECU remapping recently. The 848 Streetfighter seems to be fairly variable; some, not all can feel very aggressive on the throttle and it’s that reseponse that owners really don’t like. We start the remap process by switching off all the emission controls, and the lambda, and […]

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2014 Ducati Multistrada ECU remap for a smoothed out power delivery

0 Comments Posted September 29th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

There are several ways of attacking an ECU remap for a Ducati Multistrada; you can go through and change the fuelling and ignition tables and call it a job but we’ve found that the throttle maps are key to getting it right. There are 4 modes, Sport, Touring, Urban and Enduro. Urban and Enduro are […]

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Ducati 848 Streetfighter ECU remap to smooth out aggressive throttle response

0 Comments Posted July 3rd, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

We’re getting a lot of Ducatis coming through for ECU remapping recently. The 848 Streetfighter seems to be fairly variable; some, not all can feel very aggressive on the throttle and it’s that reseponse that owners really don’t like. We start the remap process by switching off all the emission controls, and the lambda, and […]

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Ducati 1200 Multistrada ECU remap to get rid of snatchy throttle response and make it more off-road friendly

0 Comments Posted June 21st, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

This twin-spark Multistrada came in for an ECU remap and its owner wasn’t fussed about having it back immediately – good job really because the bike needed a service and its belts sorting… So we did the service first, no problems there. We also replaced the chain and sprockets because they’d done 12,000 miles (and […]

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KTM, Suzuki, Ducati and Triumph owners email their thoughts on the difference our ECU remap has made…

0 Comments Posted March 8th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph.

Our customers, on the whole, love their bikes (which is why they bring ’em to us…) and are also a literate bunch! Which is useful, because feedback – good or bad – is useful. What follows is a small selection of owners’ collective thoughts on their Ducati Scrambler, KTM 990 Adventure, Triumph Bonnie and Suzuki […]

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2015 Ducati Scrambler ECU remap – an owner emails his thoughts

5 Comments Posted February 10th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap, Owner's Words.

We’ve done quite a few Ducati Scramblers now and the difference an ECU remap makes to the snatchy power delivery is noticeable. First job is to disconnect the lambda sensor and fit one of our BSD lambda bungs, and switch it off in the ECU. We then set about mapping, and generally find an engine very short […]

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BSD Engineering Ducati 1098/1198 triple clamps to reduce fork offset and tidy up the steering on corner exit

0 Comments Posted February 1st, 2017 in BSD Engineering, Ducati.

These rather fetchingly manufactured BSD Engineering triple clamps hark back to our days racing Ducati’s 1098. We did quite a lot of engine and chassis development back then, and produced these to reduce the fork offset. An innate problem with the bike is running wide out of corners and reducing the offset (and thus trail) tidies […]

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Ducati 821Hyperstrada ECU remap to sort a mid-rpm glitch

0 Comments Posted December 23rd, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

Now this Ducati Hyperstrada completely passed us by as a model – and it’s been replaced by a larger capacity version – but it’s somewhere less hardcore than a Hypermotard (you can fit panniers to it) and a bit livelier than a Multistrada… And a nice looking bike it is, although a bit too sat […]

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Ducati 1098/1198 complete BSD Engineering gearbox – built tough to survive the use of a quickshifter on the road!

2 Comments Posted December 14th, 2016 in Ducati, BSD Engineering, Heavy duty gearbox.

We decided to manufacture our own gearbox for the 1098/1198 because as stock they’ve proven quite weak. In short, they chew their dogs off! Which means they jump out of gear. A lot of bikes we’ve seen have used a factory-fit quickshifter; the trouble here is that errors can be made on upshifts on the […]

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