franco82 wrote:Hi Guy,
many thanks for complete info and description of maps. I was wondering what OL suffix mean and now it is clear. Yes I suppose I will find CORA map on my bike, you are right it is 2012 model year. I would not bother you with all these questions, but as ducatidiag forum disappear, there is no source of information for me. There is the German ital-web forum, but I am not good German speaker and using google translate does not help all the time.
To be honest I am currently quite happy with my corsaro. But of course I was curious about behaviour of another maps. As I wrote it in my thread about termis, the sound of closed termis is good, fuel economy is decent (8l/100km), power delivery is smooth with no drops, no flaws at all.
With guzzi diag and info you provided I have the option to change map quite easily. I can use the open one for track days or wild Sunday ride and keep the standard for everything else. With open exhaust I possibly have to use ear plugs to save my senses, I will be worried when crossing border about police and penalty, I would pay more for fuel and probably the engine will not run any better. So permanent open exhaust setup and map is not an option for me, but once or twice a year it will be perfect!
Thank you again for your help,
Chips1953 wrote:Please accept I may try to contact you if I get stuck.
Chips1953 wrote:Regarding the maps; I have flashed Ebi's map recently and it make the bike feel more refined, more developed in terms of smoothness and throttle response. More easy to negotiate tight bends or roundabouts at low speeds and low rpm. It picks up more cleanly as of 2000rpm. Fuel consumption with this one depending how you ride is between 6 and 7 L. Well try and experience what's best for you.
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Hi Mister Morini
This is all very good stuff. Thanks for the input.
I want to have my bike less aggressive in its response to the throttle, (like it's a pain doing long distances in traffic) so I'd like to try this Ebi map you are talking about. Where to start as a novice is the question. I have 2 x ECU's which came with the bike, one of which is a race ECU, or so it states on the can.
What I don't want to do is Fxxx it all up.
I loaded ducatidiag some time ago but didnt have the guts to hurt my bike, but you seem to portray it as being simple.
What about a step by step guide to help?
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