Just put this on
Correct. It is a full titanium system (not just the can). I had a custom map. Made (both cylinders) by Mark at the Ducshop.3500$ race system Moto gp loud per the akro rep at miller.
Withou a stock baseline I have to speculate, the curve is very linear however. So I believe it's across the spectrum. I'll see if I can find a reliable dyno chart from a stock multi and also scan the chart from mine.Interesting. Where are the power-gains? Full rev-band, top-end, what?
Very true. Mark's dyno is reputed to be conservative - he mentioned to me that he's not a believer in using corrected settings that falsely elevate the number.How did you get crank HP numbers on a rear wheel dyno?
Nice system, but there is no way to tell what gains you got without a baseline run on that dyno. Different dynos turn out very different numbers.
I took the center stand off. It will fit, but it's metal to metal (no thanks), could probably have a stopper fabbed, but for me I only use the center stand in the garage. Pit Bull stand fixed thatIt definitely looks nice with that color MTS. Two concerns though. 1) I don't see a stopper for the center stand to rest on. 2) The exhaust side needs some sort of cover. It looks like something fell off there.
Got it. I had similar numbers in my head and was figuring an 8ish% power increase for that type of setup sounds reasonable.Very true. Mark's dyno is reputed to be conservative - he mentioned to me that he's not a believer in using corrected settings that falsely elevate the number.
The calculation for crank horsepower, conservatively is roughly 17% - meaning there is a 17% reduction in horsepower from crank to wheel. So, 150 @ .83 = 124.5. The stock dyno sheets I've seen range between 125 and 130, so I used 127 for calculation. Mine produced 138 at the wheel, so 138/.83 = 166.3
No question this is not perfectly accurate, but I think from a reference standpoint it's reasonable.
Wish I spoke German! I definitely need to find the black belly protector.Motorspoiler Carbon - Ducati Multistrada 1200 | Ducati Multistrada 1200 | Ducati | Carbonteile - Motorrad | Ilmberger Carbon Shop
Since u already have spent the $ on the exhaust, u might want to invest in a carbon lower fairing to dress up the lower portion of your bike.
I love mine!