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I've got the full Temi exhaust pack ( http://www.ducati.com/shop/product.jsp?catid=cat1370103&prodid=prod1110102) and was thinking of getting the race cams to (http://www.ducati.com/shop/product.jsp?catid=cat1370106&prodid=prod1110106)
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Is it still rideable in city? How much more fuel is it drinking with the above mentioned mods? Are there other mods recomended insted of the cams? Or do I need somethinge more to get it all right if I get the cams?
Have you done the airbox mod, drilling a hole on the top and bottom of the airbox.
Do A search.;)
 

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I've got the full Temi exhaust pack ( http://www.ducati.com/shop/product.jsp?catid=cat1370103&prodid=prod1110102) and was thinking of getting the race cams to (http://www.ducati.com/shop/product.jsp?catid=cat1370106&prodid=prod1110106)
My question is:
Is it still rideable in city? How much more fuel is it drinking with the above mentioned mods? Are there other mods recomended insted of the cams? Or do I need somethinge more to get it all right if I get the cams?
The cams will only add to your package, with a GOOD boost from mid-range to the top-end, it will still be smooth & easy to ride as stock down low, after that just hang on! :D Aloha Alex
 

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If the cams increase the top end something must be lost at the bottom end...no? Always compromises, or else they used the completely wrong cams to begin with, which I doubt.
 

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If the cams increase the top end something must be lost at the bottom end...no? Always compromises, or else they used the completely wrong cams to begin with, which I doubt.
Not necessarily. The cam kit comes with an ECU tuned for use with the cams. So, altering fuel and ignition maps along with cam lift, duration and overlap, all without regard for emissions, can produce gains across the rpm range.
 

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Have you done the airbox mod, drilling a hole on the top and bottom of the airbox.
Do A search.;)
I know but the bike is still under warranty (2 weeks old) so don't want to do anything that messes with that!
 

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Not necessarily. The cam kit comes with an ECU tuned for use with the cams. So, altering fuel and ignition maps along with cam lift, duration and overlap, all without regard for emissions, can produce gains across the rpm range.
Good point, but just depends on how hot are the cams. Also, depends on you riding style for the track I am sure that they make a lot of sense. Some milder cams would be an improvement for the street...what is the best source?
 

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I bought the hyper cam kit for my sport classic to install the cams, and I have the ecu that came with it extra, if anyone is interested, PM me!

(I didn't need it as I have the termi ecu and it sounds like it might not be compatible with my bike anyways.)
 

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I had similar question when I first started...

I have Full Termi as well.... + Racing cams I was advised to put in High compression pistons + valved ported the heads so overall bike really pulls .... I commute on my bike everyday actually my mileage has improved...
 

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I know that DP part is not voiding the warranty but drilling hole in the air box may or?
The bottom hole should not void the warrantee, as the DP ECU fuel map does not change much, (not any leaner) the only way is if your dealer is a prick and tells on you. Aloha Alex
 
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