Ducati

Ducati 600 Pantah engine rebuild – a labour of love, and not for the faint-hearted…

0 Comments Posted November 21st, 2016 in Ducati, Engine Tuning.

Now in amongst a sea of shiny new bikes getting their ECUs attended to there’s always room for a bit of nostalgia. This lovely bit of air-cooled architecture is a 600cc Ducati Pantah engine, out of a TT2 chassis and came through our workshop some time ago. The owner races a Honda CB450 at classic […]

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Ducati 996 top end sort out after long-range overheat…

0 Comments Posted October 26th, 2016 in Advice, Ducati.

This lovely Ducati 996 was dropped off here for a thorough sort out – it does big mileages and the owner had just run it down to Italy to World Ducati Weekend. On the way home this trip he noticed it was over heating but rode it all the way back… oh dear. We last saw this […]

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Ducati Scrambler ECU remap: “if it doesn’t get fixed, it’s gone…”

0 Comments Posted July 11th, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

We’ve ECU remapped a few Ducati Scramblers now and there seems to be a large variation in what you actually get; one could be really snatchy and horrible (the sort of bike you wouldn’t p*** on if it was on fire…) or you get one that’s half reasonable. So with a bit of experience with […]

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Race Ducati 1198R ECU swap and chassis upgrades taking bike to next level of handling ability

Posted May 11th, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap, Engineering.

This race-spec Ducati 1198R is owned by a local race team from Lincoln; we’ve tuned the engine for them and after their first test session the bike was back with us after an issue (which was down to the ECU). We fitted our own ECU and we’re happy now – it seems the original had […]

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Ducati 1098 Streetfighter ECU remap – an owner emails his thoughts…

Posted April 14th, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap, Owner's Words.

The Ducati Streetfighter is, er, a proper monster of a motorcycle. But it can be made better with an ECU remap to iron out its power delivery a little. Sim brought his in earlier this year, and was kind enough to drop us an email with his thoughts shortly afterward. Cheers mate! From: Sim Bellandini Sent: […]

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2012 Ducati Multistrada with Mivv exhaust ECU remap – beautiful job!

Posted March 31st, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

They’re queuing up at the door! This second Ducati 1200 Multistrada we remapped recently couldn’t have been more different than the first; it turned out beautiful. We plugged in to the ECU, sorted out the emissions nonsense (lambda switch off, secondary air etc) and then sorted the fuelling. Generally, these engines run very lean and […]

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Ducati 1200 Multistrada ECU remap – halted midflow because of suspected throttle body issues…

Posted March 29th, 2016 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

This Ducati Multistrada came in for an exhaust change followed by ECU remap. Its owner is a regular customer who’s been coming to us for years and his words were; “Can you just liven it up a bit, get the best out of it maybe…?” He’d bought a sorted full exhaust system (Leo Vince tubes and Termi’ […]

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Ducati 600 Pantah engine rebuild – a labour of love, and not for the faint-hearted…

Posted March 25th, 2016 in Ducati.

Now in amongst a sea of shiny new bikes getting their ECUs attended to there’s always room for a bit of nostalgia. This lovely bit of air-cooled architecture is a 600cc Ducati Pantah engine, out of a TT2 chassis. The owner races a Honda CB450 at classic events and wants to move on and, having […]

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180bhp Ducati 1198R engine strip and rebuild after a full season (and a bit) wide open…

Posted January 25th, 2016 in Ducati, Engine Tuning.

This engine belongs in a race Ducati owned by a local team. We’ve been looking after and tuning their motors for years (as we do many) and this time of year our engine shop is flat out with rebuilds ready for the coming season. The team had some solid results last year – finishing third […]

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Ducati Scrambler ECU remap – an owner emails his thoughts…

Posted December 23rd, 2015 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

The owner of the Ducati Scrambler we remapped a few weeks ago (Pete) was kind enough to drop us an email after he’d racked up a few miles. It seems many owners complain of an awful bottom end power delivery, so our first job was to disconnect the lambda sensor, fit one of our BSD […]