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Looking at another ST3s. Of the mods it has I'm wondering as to the significance of:

Ducati Performance ECU
Ohlins fork valving
Aftermarket clutch slave
Ducati Performance/Sil "dB killer" muffler inserts
DID nickel ZVMX chain
FP adjustable levers

Your input is greatly appreciated.

Michael
 

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The DP ECU is a remap designed to work with a free flowing exhaust.
Ohlins fork valving is a fork valve kit for the front suspension.
Aftermarket slave typically makes the lever pull easier. What brand is it?
dB killer self-explanatory. Sil Motor is a good well known brand of aftermarket exhaust. I have a set on mine.
The chain is a chain. Nothing fancy there.
FP levers? Never heard of them.
 

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The ZVMX chain in my opinion is the best chain that you can buy and what I use.

Paul 03 ST4s, 15 675RX, 96 ZX11, 76 KZ900LTD B-1, 72 SL125
 

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Nevermind - Yorik answered your question and I have reading comprehension issues...

The DP ECU is a significant upgrade since it will eliminate any lean surging issues with aftermarket cans or open air box. Definitely a big plus. The Ohlins internals is also an good upgrade IF you and the rider it was installed for are of similar size and riding type. If there is a huge disparity between riding style and weight, the Ohlins valving can be revised, but it will cost you some labor to set up. The aftermarket cans is also a nice upgrade.

The rest of it doesn't really add any significant value IMO.

Scott
 
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