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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-04-2019, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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Dragster 800 RR Map Settings

Do the guys that already own and ride, have a favourite mapping/traction setting they tend to stick with?

what works for you? have you played around and found the perfect setting or do you switch and change depending on riding conditions?

curious to know before arrival of mine.
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We have ours set to 'NORMAL' with TC and ABS set to max, quickshift OFF........we only ride on the road and therfore we want them to be as safe and tame as practicably possible (plus we are still running them in).

Once 'run in' we will switch the quickshift on.
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try the following

Power Mode: Custom
Traction Control: 1
Gas Sensitivity: Normal
Engine Brake: Sport
Maximum Torque: Sport
Engine Response: Slow
RPM Limiter: Sport

Tends to take the extreme throttle sensitivity out of the equation, still allows for downshifter to work
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That is exactly my setting on my 2018 Brutale 800RR (Euro 4)

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Each to their own, start on something you deem to be safe to your riding style, then work from there. For example, when i first got my bike, I had it on rain mode with TC set to max. Now, I have it as:

Sport Mode
TC = 2

All the time, every time; I never need to change it. but as I said, this is for my ride style and im confident to get the appropriate power i need from within the mapping to match the situation/conditions

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We have ours set to 'NORMAL' with TC and ABS set to max, quickshift OFF........we only ride on the road and therfore we want them to be as safe and tame as practicably possible (plus we are still running them in).

Once 'run in' we will switch the quickshift on.
I seriously don't see the need to have quickshift off during run in period. It only cuts the ignition signal and is not going to influence wearing in of the gears at all
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There is no need to actually cut off the quickshifter. It's just a choice xparauk made to not to use it.

Bike is bought brand spanking new and it's smart to just use normal shifting during the first 600 miles/1000 kilometers.
You get used to the clutch strength, engagment and feeling. It's a part of learning to control and feel your new bike.
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try the following

Power Mode: Custom
Traction Control: 1
Gas Sensitivity: Normal
Engine Brake: Sport
Maximum Torque: Sport
Engine Response: Slow
RPM Limiter: Sport

Tends to take the extreme throttle sensitivity out of the equation, still allows for downshifter to work
Tried this setting on Mileena today.
I had everything the same as you mentioned, only for "engine brake" I had it on normal. And after putting it into sport it indeed smoothens out the throttle snapping(on/off behavior). Helped alot on the bumpier parts.
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You get used to the clutch strength, engagment and feeling. It's a part of learning to control and feel your new bike.
To a degree, yes, but most of that is done and experienced from stationary which, having QS on or off, makes no difference.

But, yeh, to each their own. I personally, had QS on from beginning with both my Euro 3 and Euro 4 bike with no issues
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Thank you for this.... I tried that today... big difference on smoothness.... no more jerking


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try the following

Power Mode: Custom
Traction Control: 1
Gas Sensitivity: Normal
Engine Brake: Sport
Maximum Torque: Sport
Engine Response: Slow
RPM Limiter: Sport

Tends to take the extreme throttle sensitivity out of the equation, still allows for downshifter to work
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