This KTM SuperDuke arrived for the usual ECU remap, and straight away we were a bit worried because it didn’t sound very well. A quick investigation – and at that point we suspected average servicing and poorly setup throttle bodies, because it wasn’t running on two cylinders very well – showed up a heap of problems…

Whoever had serviced it last had attempted an air filter change and the throttle bodies were hanging out of the inlet rubbers, and the inlet rubbers into the airbox were also displaced. It was a mess! So we had to strip it all out, go through everything and get it running properly before we could get to the ECU remap.

Which went like a dream, and we were very pleased with the result. The owner was a switched-on chap, but had changed the exhaust cans at the same time as the other work had taken place – he simply knew that his bike was then not right. Now, it is!

Once we'd sorted the airbox issues on this SuperDuke we could get on with the ECU remap...

Once we’d sorted the airbox issues on this SuperDuke we could get on with the ECU remap…