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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Jun 10th, 2019, 11:21 pm Thread Starter
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FS: Nemesis Traction Control System - top tier aftermarket TC + quickshifter

All parts came off of a 2007 Ducati 1098 that I bought back to ~stock and sold the bike.

Please note that this system will work on many models of Ducatis.
If you have a fairly modern bike, and it has an OEM rear wheel speed sensor - then it should work.
I'd of course still recommend you do your research tho - but point is that this system will fit on many Ducatis, not just the 1098.

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Nemesis traction control system. *PROPER TC* Was over $2k new...
Basically, its a mega kickass traction control system. On the fly TC adjustment with 8 levels, quickshifter timing adjustment, 'virtual front wheel' system in that when your front wheel is off the ground (so the sensor data is for shit), it calculates what it is expected to be, and you STILL have traction control. Yes, you can be powering out of a corner while lofting the front wheel - and still confidently hamfist the throttle and SMASH on outta there! Cuz this system has your ass covered... I've done it. Its fun, to say the least..
It detects front wheel speed and disables 1 cylinder to give smooth and controlled traction and power. You install the front wheel speed sensor and harness, it is very plug and play. I took a lot of pictures for you when i took it out, so you will know how to route the wires and how and where it connects. I'll bet you could install it in less than an hour, once you have all the fairings off.
Comes with 2 quickshifters, both GP shift and standard.
$1200 for the complete system AND BOTH quickshifters, which is a STEAL of a deal...

read about it, its pretty flocking kickass....






2007 1098, nemesis TC, full Termi and race ECU, full Ohlins, and Marchesini wheels

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seriously? no one wants a badass traction control system for their Ducati?

i thought this would sell in a day or two...!

2007 1098, nemesis TC, full Termi and race ECU, full Ohlins, and Marchesini wheels
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It is pretty cool... wouldn't work on my Ducati 916 though, that only has a front wheel speedo.

Maybe on my track bike? Would it work on an '05 Honda CBR600RR?

How did you like it? I'm not really concerned with going faster, but safety would inevitably make me faster. Adding a slipper clutch later this season...
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it really is incredible traction control, and i've ridden several bikes that have TC. this really gives you good interference, without it interfering too much once u get the level how you want it. and having TC while the front wheel is in the air - has saved my ass a couple times...instead of being a zero for the day - was a hero hahaha


it wont work on a cbr600rr, but it will work on most ANY modern Ducati. If your Ducati has a rear wheel speed sensor (which most do) - it will work on your bike.

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Which brand shifters are those? I assume this will plug direct into a nemesis quickshifter, or was the wiring modified to work with the two you have?

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I didnt buy it new, came with the 1098 i bought. so i only know whats on the parts

looks like an "SP" shifter (standard shift), and some kinda unknown brand GP shift

both are plug and play with the nemesis TC system, no modifications to the nemesis harness

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Does it come with all of the parts shown in the pictures on this page? https://www.bikesportdevelopments.co...8_1098_1198_AA

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