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 lambda bungs and switch it off in the ECU. We could then set about mapping it and found an engine very short of fuel low down – all for emissions, thus the snatchiness – which was easily rectified.

Thanks for taking the time to email – cheers mate!

—–Original Message—–

Sent: 19 December 2015 15:01

To: info@bsd.uk.com

Subject: Scrambler Remap

Hi Gill

You were away on holiday when Mark did the remap on my Ducati Scrambler but I promised I’d send some thoughts on how it was running.

I’ve been down in Wales for the last 2 weeks and away from a computer but I have done about 800 miles, mostly on wet muddy roads and am very happy with the changes.

Much smoother at low speeds, and much more predictable feeding in power coming out of corners and roundabouts. No more popping and banging on the overrun but it still has a useful amount of engine braking at higher speed. To anyone experiencing the same problems this was money well spent on bring out the best of the bike.

Happy Christmas,

Pete

They're a bit snatchy low down – lean running is the problem, cured with an ECU remap.

They’re a bit snatchy low down – lean running is the problem, cured with an ECU remap.