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Hi guys!

My 939Sp currently have the full Termi and upmap key. I just randomly got interested in the air intake mr. Guiseppe Starace makes by hand. I see that Termignoni recommends his intake. What I find confusing is at this website:

Store - UpMap - Next level for passion. It is also an app on the phone.

Anyone know about this?

How does it work?

Are there any hp and torque to win here?

Regards Frans
 

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Did you get the hand made carbon fiber intake or the 3D carbon printed one with the Finn's? His intake is a big power maker so you made the right decision . I have been boasting his intakes for years and now that he has things sorted out on his end he is very reliable and quick. That being said, you can message him and he will tell you the map to get. It seems that recently more and more people are finally getting them and loving them .

There is a difference between the upmap and the T800. The T800 is the better one. But, that being said, I would message him and he will tell you exactly which one to get . There are 3 versions of his kit. The original V1 hand laid carbon fiber housing . The V2 which is 3D printed carbon and the RSR which is the 3D printed housing and velocity stacks . This is why you see numerous ways his kit is described .message him and he will tell you which one to get
 

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I just ordered the RSR box from him, super easy and he genuinely seems to care for his costumers which is a nice touch! I've got to get the F*** out of the united states and back home to my baby! Been stranded here since late march and can't home because some disgusting guy decided to eat a rotten bat for dinner back in 2019... Currently receding in Sweden
 

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Did you get the hand made carbon fiber intake or the 3D carbon printed one with the Finn's? His intake is a big power maker so you made the right decision . I have been boasting his intakes for years and now that he has things sorted out on his end he is very reliable and quick. That being said, you can message him and he will tell you the map to get. It seems that recently more and more people are finally getting them and loving them .

There is a difference between the upmap and the T800. The T800 is the better one. But, that being said, I would message him and he will tell you exactly which one to get . There are 3 versions of his kit. The original V1 hand laid carbon fiber housing . The V2 which is 3D printed carbon and the RSR which is the 3D printed housing and velocity stacks . This is why you see numerous ways his kit is described .message him and he will tell you which one to get
Got the 3D printed one. Talked to him. I will try the bike with the stock Termi upmap from Ducati first, and then I will buy the T800 upmap device :) I purchased the K&N air filter though.. I've read awful things about the Sprint filter, about it being too short and stuff. If the crossover K&N filter is too short, I will use the mille machine to make a guidance.
 

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2012 Ducati HyperMotard 1100 Evo SP carbon fiber everything, yoshi pipes, intake, ecu, tune
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where do i find his intake / velocity set ups? 2012 hyper evo sp 1100
 
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