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fuel control units: JetPrime vs. RapidBike EVO?

Hi All - Does anyone have experience with either or both of the above fueling/injection control units? I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas as to which one is better/worse, or any other comparisons/contrasts. Any guidance is much appreciated!

Note, for example:

Here is the "JetPrime" unit sold by Ducabike: https://ducabike.com/ducatiparts/en/hypermotard-1100/1543-jp022b-centralina-elettronica.html

Here is the JetPrime website: https://jetprime.it/en/products/control-unit/jetprime.html

And here is the RapidBike EVO: https://www.motoshopitalia.com/module-rapid-bike-evo-monster-s2r-1000-add-on-unit-krbevo-035h.html

And here is the RapidBike (Dimsport) site: Rapidbike Evo | DIMSPORT - ENGINE CALIBRATION SPECIALISTS


There is obviously a pretty big price difference ... so I'm wondering in what ways the more expensive unit might (or might not) be superior. Note that both come with programmable software, etc.

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The Rapid Bike is an Autotuner that is making adjustments from reading the OEM O2 sensor and you can add modules for up/down quick shifter and and other controllers. It tunes your bike. It looks like the Ducabike is more like a Power Commander that requires a dynotune. It also looks like there Ducabike will adjust timer whereas the EVO will not, however the RB Race will adjust timing, if that is important to you.

I'll be fitting a RB EVO to my Panigale at some point soon.
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Keep in mind the rapidbike has a range of adjustment, if you are out of the range it cannot get you there. I have just made a couple custom maps for rapidbike bikes a monster 1100 evo with exhaust mods required a very different base map as did the 848 with 1098 pistons . Neither base map was close in the end so required dyno tuning. When done the auto tune is turned back on and it works to keep the bike in a good range.

If your mods/bike is close to stock or something that is common there will be a map supplied that should work just fine. also keep in mind if you run O2 sensors like the rapidbike race fuel,Aviation gas or any other leaded fuel is going to destroy those o2 sensors .

No idea about jetprime.
 

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I've had good results with rapidbike evo on 899, 959 and then 1199. Told them what mods were done so they could set the base map and then after a short time it sorted itself out. Every time I changed bikes they did a free base map with plenty of advice.
For a lazy sod like myself it's been great and I'm thinking of putting it on the 848evo, has the termi map already but my 959 had the Akra map but after installing the rapidbike it was as smooth as silk not sure about HP but the bike liked it.
 
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