The G2 Throttle Tamer on the thread link makes it better if your having a problem with it as I did: Another THROTTLE discusionDid the rexxer tuning cured the on/off throttle response, at least make it better?
Yes, all fueling issues are resolved.Did the rexxer tuning cured the on/off throttle response, at least make it better?
It's not quiet - even with baffle.Tony, how's the noise level with your Remus on and baffles in compared to stock exhaust?
I Like everything about the Remus/Rexxer combo, but I'm not keen on exhausts which are too loud, am thinking the Remus is quiet in comparison to others?
I agree, website is not great.I wish the Rexxer website was better. There isn't a very good 'mail in' section.
So its $300 to send them the ecu and have them remap it with a generic map (way superior than the oem map with an aftermarket exhaust), then an additional cost to delete the O2 sensors? Then another cost to disable the CEL for unplugging the SAI system?
If you disable the o2 system then there is NO reason to disable SAI. Leave it plugged in,I dont see any need for the O2 sensors, with the removal of them, you said the SAI wont function, would I need to still unplug it? Would there be CEL?
Is there any purpose in disabling the SAI but leaving the O2 sensors?
No, because I created my own mapping.I know you have access to a dyno and were able to dyno it multiple times, but did you ever dyno the rexxer remapped ecu before you started adjusting parameters? If so, what did you lay down? Just curious to see how much is left on the table compared to your 80whp
Thats my plan. I emailed David asking for a little more info. I would have loved to use SeaCoast Cycle in NH but they want to charge $350, plus labor, shop fees, blah blah. I can't just simply send them my ECU and have them return it remapped. Ill just wait for a response from David then move forward with sending them my ECU.No, because I created my own mapping.
I did, however, compare the data contained in the two (after my tuning was complete), and they were ridiculously similar (both fuel and ignition).
This shows that David at Performance Motorsports really knows his stuff. If your system flows similarly to mine (intake and exhaust), and you use his supplied mapping then you will certainly get an outcome very similar to mine. Of course, you will need to disable the O2 to accomplish this.
Standard O2 plug - M18 X 1.5Tony - could you tell me the size (diam and pitch) of the bolts you used to plug the O2 sensor holes in the exhaust. I am going to get the rexxer tune done soon and I want to have the plugs ready.
Do you have to remove the tank to completely remove (disconnect) the O2 sensor wiring ?
When I had my M1100 rexxer tune done some 12 months ago, I didn't have to send my ECU away - my Ducati dealer did it while I waited - over the internet I suppose. They are going to do my Scrambler the same yet I read on these forums that you guys have to send your ECU to Rexxer. ???
I live in Adelaide South Australia and the local Ducati dealer is the Rexxer agent.
FYI - I loved the rexxer tune on my M1100 - perfect fuelling and near perfect starting and all popping of the exhaust gone and Im sure it ran cooler- but I still found the throttle sensitive.
By the way -thanks for all your contributions to both forums - very helpful and informative.
Kind Regards - Ray.