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Just wondering, I have read something along those lines today. I know BMW used to do this and full power had to be enabled with their diagnostic device. Is Ducati doing the same?
 

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I know that BMW does it on the S1000RR but I have not heard of Ducati doing it.
 

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Starting with the Panigale 1199, the dash will indicate a red zone at much lower RPMs for the first 1000km, but it goes to normal after 1000 km. It doesn’t limit your revs or power and doesn’t have to be changed by the dealer.
 
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V4S is the same as 1199 Panigale, up to first service dash lights up at 8k but not restricted after service it's around 11k.
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That's what I thought, never heard of this and I'm sure people would've whined about it here 😅

A guy on a Ducati fb group told that his 2020 diavel "changed sound" and was "more powerful" after the first service.

I called BS and proofs, and his only line of defense was "what's the last year of Ducati you had to break in lastly?"

Probably just the mechanics changed his riding mode :rolleyes:
 
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