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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-05-2013, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hi. I just Bought Bodis Quattro Slips On + Decat for my F4 1000s. I want to know if i need an ECu replacement or not? I have a BMC Racing Air Filter too and NGK iridium plugs.

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I have the full Bodis system on my bike and definately needed the race ECU at a minimum,not sure about slip-ons only.


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I have the full Bodis system on my bike and definately needed the race ECU at a minimum,not sure about slip-ons only.
Thanks for your reply. I hope they sound like they look...beautiful
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I put Bodis (with dB killers) and Microtec on an RR this past summer. The sound is visceral and provides a thrill every time the bike fires up. I was quite self conscious of the increased dB in the city at first, but grew to love it after a short time.

The weight saving of a full Bodis system vs stock exhaust is astounding.
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The weight saving of a full Bodis system vs stock exhaust is astounding.[/QUOTE]
How much weight?

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The weight saving of a full Bodis system vs stock exhaust is astounding.
How much weight?[/QUOTE]
More than half.
And you should get about 8-12 hp top end.
Not the best of the start as the bodis lacks back pressure.

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I put Bodis (with dB killers) and Microtec on an RR this past summer. The sound is visceral and provides a thrill every time the bike fires up. I was quite self conscious of the increased dB in the city at first, but grew to love it after a short time.

The weight saving of a full Bodis system vs stock exhaust is astounding.
How much power HP did you gain?


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Welcome Fernando... Good to know my first Argentinian MV Agusta owner. The difference in weight is as follows:

Weight Original vs. Bodis Slip-On (6,74 kg 2,99 kg)

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Hola Fernando...toda la info que quieras en tu lengua aquí.
Sobre los bodis aqui:
http://www.mv-agusta.es/foro/viewtopic.php?t=1809
Si estas desarrollando tu F4 aqui:
http://www.mv-agusta.es/foro/viewforum.php?f=71
Y respondiendo a tu pregunta, si solo son los escapes y el filtro no necesitas ECU, ese 10% lo admite la centralita original.
Si es el sistema completo, con colectores decatalizados, necesitaras una centralita racing.


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Thanks to everyone for the answers.

I just bought an Eprom from England. Let see.

Gracias a quienes me respondieron en Español..realmente me resulta mucho mas simple leer y responder.

Ya veremos cuando los instale...

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