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my dash says "hyper racing" when I turn it on. I was told by the prev owner it has a race ecu? how do I verify the tune? I ask because I rode it for the first time today and throttle down low is very twitchy and lean feeling.
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I notice that you are new to the forum, perhaps you are new to Ducati as well. The motor you are on top of does not like to be below 4,000 rpm in almost any of the factory tunes, including the full system race ECU's. Most learn to find the sweet spot and ride in it but the bike can be transformed to be smooth down low as well as continuing to pull hard when needed. I have a re-map of the race ECU on my EVO SP and am very satisfied. Having said that there are some common areas to check first to make sure that you are starting from a good baseline, in particular the electronics seem particularly sensitive to battery voltage, make sure yours is in top shape. I would STRONGLY suggest grabbing a couple of beer and doing a forum search, then return here with any follow ups. You will find literally hours and hours of very educational, interesting reading here. Welcome.
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my dash says "hyper racing" when I turn it on. I was told by the prev owner it has a race ecu? how do I verify the tune?
"HYPER RACING" means the ECU for the Termi slip-on.
"HYM RACING EVO" means the ECU for the Termi full system.

Of course, it's also possible to flash a different tune without changing the welcome display message. If it's still twitchy down low, I doubt it. That would be consistent with some lean running caused by the freer-flowing race pipes being run with a fuel map meant for a slip-on and catalytic converter.
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Pull ur tank cover off. Right hand side.

Check the sticker on the ecu.

#####308B is for slip on termis

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Pull ur tank cover off. Right hand side.

Check the sticker on the ecu.

#####308B is for slip on termis
Thanks Braap! I was fumbling thru the boxes the seller gave me and found the stock ecu, but I am going to check it out tonight. The abruptness down low is annoying so I am not sure if I will get a power commander and or get a reflash?
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I notice that you are new to the forum, perhaps you are new to Ducati as well. The motor you are on top of does not like to be below 4,000 rpm in almost any of the factory tunes, including the full system race ECU's. Most learn to find the sweet spot and ride in it but the bike can be transformed to be smooth down low as well as continuing to pull hard when needed. I have a re-map of the race ECU on my EVO SP and am very satisfied. Having said that there are some common areas to check first to make sure that you are starting from a good baseline, in particular the electronics seem particularly sensitive to battery voltage, make sure yours is in top shape. I would STRONGLY suggest grabbing a couple of beer and doing a forum search, then return here with any follow ups. You will find literally hours and hours of very educational, interesting reading here. Welcome.
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"HYPER RACING" means the ECU for the Termi slip-on.
"HYM RACING EVO" means the ECU for the Termi full system.

Of course, it's also possible to flash a different tune without changing the welcome display message. If it's still twitchy down low, I doubt it. That would be consistent with some lean running caused by the freer-flowing race pipes being run with a fuel map meant for a slip-on and catalytic converter.

Thanks BC , yes my first Ducati (owned about every other brand out there and this will be bike #50 something) I have been reading and searching alot, I apprecaite the warm welcome !

Spex, Yea I have a full system, looks like the header is matted to the dual termi slip ons. I am not sure what brand header though? Maybe until I get the ecu reflashed putting the db killers back in will help with the lean conditions?
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I have never liked just adding a fix on top of something so I vote against the Power Commander route unless you don't have any other options. You do.
1 - Have someone like Motowheels or Houston Superbike reflash a new map. About $250.
2 - Get in touch with Punch on this list and work with him to remap you ECU to the way you ride.
I had an 01 Monster that was terrible under 4,000 rpm, terrible. Punch helped me with the software / cables, etc. and we proceeded to collect data that he would analyze and modify the map. We kept at this until the bike was as smooth as a Honda under 4,000 but ran and sounded like a Ducati when I twisted the grip.
I would at least talk to Punch and see what he says.

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Lots of options.

These ecu's are easily manipulated. Start with your trimmer and air screws

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"HYPER RACING" means the ECU for the Termi slip-on.
"HYM RACING EVO" means the ECU for the Termi full system.

Of course, it's also possible to flash a different tune without changing the welcome display message. If it's still twitchy down low, I doubt it. That would be consistent with some lean running caused by the freer-flowing race pipes being run with a fuel map meant for a slip-on and catalytic converter.
Assuming these start up messages are for the 08-10 non-evo Marelli ECUs?

Just looked at mine this morning b/c you had me scratching my head. My 2010 EVO SP, Siemens/Continental branded DP ECU, with full system and air box lid says "HYM 1100 RACING" at key on.

I've been struggling to find anyone is SoCal that can dyno tune my bike, thought it would be easier, looking more and more like I'm going to unfortunately go for a canned off the shelf Rexxer tune from MotoWheels to added my velocity stack kit and improve upon the mediocre at best DP fueling.

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Assuming these start up messages are for the 08-10 non-evo Marelli ECUs?

Just looked at mine this morning b/c you had me scratching my head. My 2010 EVO SP, Siemens/Continental branded DP ECU, with full system and air box lid says "HYM 1100 RACING" at key on.

I've been struggling to find anyone is SoCal that can dyno tune my bike, thought it would be easier, looking more and more like I'm going to unfortunately go for a canned off the shelf Rexxer tune from MotoWheels to added my velocity stack kit and improve upon the mediocre at best DP fueling.
I have the exact same ride. You will be happy with the Rexxer re-flash!!
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