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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-12-2016, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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my13+ F4RR custom map settings

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jump in if you would like to share your custom map settings for the F4RR, or even just suggestions or experiences?

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new software reset all my stuff so now I just have it in Rain mode and have to customize it again. I like the rain mode suspension settings and will transfer that to the custom map so I can start adjusting all the other parameters to my liking. More later

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Good place to start and then tweak it to your weight/riding style:
http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/2013/0...rr-first-ride/

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I've used those settings they are great but almost make the bike to refined/reserved

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They work fine. The throttle is still a little choppy even in the rain mode. Funny enough I don't even have to go to 2nd gear even in tighter turns. The torque is very good on this bike.

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You want choppy low speed throttle, try the Panigale, haha, its partial clutching throughout the parking lots. Heck I choose to clutch it sometimes on low speed 1st gear turns especially on wet when second gear is too tall for the speed of entry. Weird thing about the Pani is that it may behave differently depending on how if feels on the particular ride, haha. My F4 is smooth as butter, I love it. YMMV, of course

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I rode a Pani. At low speeds, it is choppy. I wonder how it is when you try rolling on throttle exiting a corner at high rpm in 2nd or 3rd.

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Good place to start and then tweak it to your weight/riding style:
http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/2013/0...rr-first-ride/
I use those setting also except the gas sensitivity is normal. I only ride on the street and haven't had anything but smooth response. I also have the traction control at 4 now. I came out of a tight turn a few weeks ago and hit it and did a hairy and unexpected wheelie with TC at 3.

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In my excitement to play around with "custom" mode on my new 2016 f4rr, I changed the suspension setting to the ones from the above article without writing down what the stock settings are.....brilliant I know.

I don't like the settings compared to the "normal" or "sport" so this brought up a couple questions:
Are those settings meant for a 2016?
Does anyone have the original settings from "custom mode"?
Is there a way to view what the settings are for each mode so that you can nail down a starting point?

Also curious how these bikes handle high and low speed dampening like you would do on regular suspension without the electronics?

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