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Good morning everyone. I Just bought my Scrambler(Red Icon) two weeks ago. It has been about 8 years since I owned my last motorcycle. That was a Honda CBR 600RR. What a blast that thing was but life got in the way. Fast forward to now I have a few children and a new house WITH A GARAGE!!!! I decided that it was time to get back on a motorcycle. I have a question for you guys. I ordered a Termi slip on and intend to install it myself. I have been reading on here that the remap key is something that Ducati has to do for you. That isn't an issue. The nearest Ducati dealership is a few towns away and I can't generally get there on a weeknight. Will it cause any real problems if I run the motorcycle for a few days without the remap? I don't want to do any damage. Also, will I need to add a power commander?
 

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My full termi shipped with the remap key. I didn't instll the system but was told it was something you just slip on. I assume one will ship with the slipon if needed.
 

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Good morning everyone. I Just bought my Scrambler(Red Icon) two weeks ago. It has been about 8 years since I owned my last motorcycle. That was a Honda CBR 600RR. What a blast that thing was but life got in the way. Fast forward to now I have a few children and a new house WITH A GARAGE!!!! I decided that it was time to get back on a motorcycle. I have a question for you guys. I ordered a Termi slip on and intend to install it myself. I have been reading on here that the remap key is something that Ducati has to do for you. That isn't an issue. The nearest Ducati dealership is a few towns away and I can't generally get there on a weeknight. Will it cause any real problems if I run the motorcycle for a few days without the remap? I don't want to do any damage. Also, will I need to add a power commander?
Your Ducati dealer has to load a new map.It is NOT plug and play.
No power commander needed.
Probably not advisable to run without the correct fuelling?
 
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