I share my time between Hawaii and the Philippines. Recently I found a Euro 998s Bostrom #142/155 in Manila and had to make it the 5th Ducati I have owned after not having one for 2 years. I have bought aftermarket bodywork online and tank from a member here(thanks Mike) so I can ride it how it should be ridden without worrying about bodywork made from unobtanium. All great so far. Now the problem. The bike has been "cared" for by the authorized Ducati dealer for the PI and was serviced shortly before my purchase. I take delivery and set about pulling it to pieces to check everything out, belts, oil change, change fluids, plugs, tyres, check the clutch, grease everything etc. Upon inspection, I am far from confident of the dealers ability to maintain, let alone tune, this bike. Some bolts missing, some replaced with something found in the "bolts tin", both swingarm chain guides missing, 8000klm/10 years old and no belt change. Etc. I'm happy to do and an capable of doing most wrenching but I have no diagnostic equipment or tuning knowhow. The bike is hard to start and coughs and farts very occasionally through the intakes and backfires on deceleration but apart from that performs very well. There are guys here with huge experience and knowledge of these bikes, what should I do? Should I install a power commander or a flashed ECU or an aftermarket high performance one? A stand alone programmable one? Euro 998s/996r motor with 50mm Termi system. Thanks for any advice.