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Old 05-29-2012, 01:33 PM   #1
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DUCATI 2012 848 EVO slip on with ECU and Filter

Just wanted to understand why I need ECU and Filter withTERMIGNONI slip on for Ducati 848 Evo 2012. Can't I just put the TERMIGNONI Slip on pipe on Ducati 848 EVO 2012 like any other Japanese bike? What is the difference between having ECU and Filter? Doesn't the stock ECU and filter support the TERMIGNONI slip on? Can anyone explain me the theory in layman Language?
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U gotta pay to play with an Italian is how I look at it. My Aprilia slipons cost $1200 where a full system cost <$1k. With a comPany like Termignoni they arent going to put out a system that will be rich/lean or backfire. Im sure the ECU helps with that...
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:37 PM   #3
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I put slip on's with no ECU / Filter upgrade on my old 848.
No issues other than a check engine light once in a while when started.
Supposedly caused by condensation on one of the sensors or some .
Dealer said that was normal though and just to restart bike once it has warmed up.
The light would always go away.
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Just wanted to understand why I need ECU and Filter withTERMIGNONI slip on for Ducati 848 Evo 2012. Can't I just put the TERMIGNONI Slip on pipe on Ducati 848 EVO 2012 like any other Japanese bike? What is the difference between having ECU and Filter? Doesn't the stock ECU and filter support the TERMIGNONI slip on? Can anyone explain me the theory in layman Language?
Why did you feel the need to capitalize termignoni?
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Just wanted to understand why I need ECU and Filter withTERMIGNONI slip on for Ducati 848 Evo 2012. Can't I just put the TERMIGNONI Slip on pipe on Ducati 848 EVO 2012 like any other Japanese bike? What is the difference between having ECU and Filter? Doesn't the stock ECU and filter support the TERMIGNONI slip on? Can anyone explain me the theory in layman Language?
Sigh. Because the back pressure is diff on that Termis. You WANT the ECu reflash and filter for better air flow and fueling.
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