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https://www.bellissimoto.com/parts/...Bike-Auto-Blipper-shift-Assist-Ducati-MTS1200

Has anyone tried this?

You have to buy the $525 fueler module AND the $400+ dollar up/down QS module but when you hook it all up you allegedly get up/down quickshifts.

I'm a little hesitant to drop $1000. to find out if it works, but if it works it would be fantastic!

My 2016 needs some help with fueling anyway and I could add an Akropovic full exhaust as well since I would also have an engine tuner.
 

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I have it on my multistrada enduro, works great but needs to be programed by a professional at least here in my country its the only option.
 

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https://www.bellissimoto.com/parts/...Bike-Auto-Blipper-shift-Assist-Ducati-MTS1200

Has anyone tried this?

You have to buy the $525 fueler module AND the $400+ dollar up/down QS module but when you hook it all up you allegedly get up/down quickshifts.

I'm a little hesitant to drop $1000. to find out if it works, but if it works it would be fantastic!

My 2016 needs some help with fueling anyway and I could add an Akropovic full exhaust as well since I would also have an engine tuner.
Honestly Tex, Just the Rapidbike fuel controller is fantastic which I believe would be beneficial on your model year to smooth the torque dip.
You don't require a tune either.
You can even squeeze a bit more performance where the RB would fine-tune the AFR once you disable the exhaust valve.
Moreover, It will also adapt should you modify the exhaust in the future.
Add the QS which the upshift is awesome and you'll have a great combination. The downshift feature is just a bonus if it works.
 

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Honestly Tex, Just the Rapidbike fuel controller is fantastic which I believe would be beneficial on your model year to smooth the torque dip.
You don't require a tune either.
You can even squeeze a bit more performance where the RB would fine-tune the AFR once you disable the exhaust valve.
Moreover, It will also adapt should you modify the exhaust in the future.
Add the QS which the upshift is awesome and you'll have a great combination. The downshift feature is just a bonus if it works.
Thanks for the feedback! To clarify, I assume it still has to use the O2 sensors in the exhaust?
 

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Thanks for the feedback! To clarify, I assume it still has to use the O2 sensors in the exhaust?
Yes. The auto adaptation using the 02 works well.
However, it can also run in open loop only without the lambdas but then you would need a tuner to create a map for the RB based on the equipment you're running with. This would be overkill on a Multi IMHO.
 
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