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Just have a GPR slip on exhaust and DNA air filter (with the air snorkels removed for more air flow).

Ecu support said try the following ROM's:

The most recent files for your model are the 0913J005 and 0913JK05. The first one is the European standard ROM and it works on any bike in the world. The second one is the "open exhaust" map sold by MV Agusta, it's an improved version of the standard ROM.

I tried 0913JK05 and selected Rain mode. Bike felt the same as before. Trying rain mode for softer throttle response.

Anyone have any bin files they can share for their tuned Dragster with similar mods as mine ?
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the engine is the same as the f3 800 although the rev limit is higher.
curious if i can use f3 rom files instead ?!
hoping some racer can share it :)
 

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Have a look at your PMs ;)
 

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Hi,
I recently bought (and am still waiting for) an ECU studio for my 2019 Euro 4 Brutale 800 RR with a slip-on, so interested in which file will be fit for mine and need some essence to optimize it.
Have you tried to apply F3 rom files?
 

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Hi,
I recently bought (and am still waiting for) an ECU studio for my 2019 Euro 4 Brutale 800 RR with a slip-on, so interested in which file will be fit for mine and need some essence to optimize it.
Have you tried to apply F3 rom files?
Mine is a dragster 2020 800rr also euro4. But unsure if the ecu mapping is similar to a Brutale 800rr.
Here is what ECU studio support wrote about the dragster:

The most recent files for your model are the 0913J005 and 0913JK05. The first one is the European standard ROM and it works on any bike in the world. The second one is the "open exhaust" map sold by MV Agusta, it's an improved version of the standard ROM.

Ask ecu support via a case and they can confirm it.https://ecustudio.freshdesk.com/support/login
 

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I have experienced an OEM racing ECU for Euro 4 Brutale 800 RR from Evolution bike, I believe this is identical to the race kit of Brutale 800 RC.

This racing ECU is described dedicated for SC project S1 conical slip-on, but in reality, this is optimized for S1 slip-on + racing header and I realized it is far from perfect when without racing header or optimization.
If the "open exhaust" means slip-on + race header, these data is basically identical with the racing ECU.

I also tried this racing ECU with other slip-ons, but in the end I went back to the stock ECU and it worked way better, although there is still a gap from perfect.
If you won't install racing headers, I bet standard one is better start point for you.
Try both!
 

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Have a look at this video of an well known Italian MV specialist and tuner.
Make sure to turn on English subtitles (I understand Italian)

 

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@paperback,
never drive on rain mode.
It is very restrictive, no power.
Go on sport mode to have the full power.
Or do your own set up in Custom mode what I did with smooth throttle control but full power
 

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@Kenta,
do you have ECUStudio or did you buy a second ECU with the Evolutionbike mapping?
 

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@Kenta,
do you have ECUStudio or did you buy a second ECU with the Evolutionbike mapping?
@cherche,
Thank you for sharing the specialist video.
Once I bought a dedicated ECU for SC project S1 slip-on from EB and tried both the ECU and S1 slip-on a while.
Then I moved to the ECU studio recently because I feel clearly the dedicated ECU was not suits S1 Slip-on.
I've already ordered ECU studio and will receive it soon.

Yes, it was an expensive lesson on life I learnt... o_O
 

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Mine is a dragster 2020 800rr also euro4. But unsure if the ecu mapping is similar to a Brutale 800rr.
Here is what ECU studio support wrote about the dragster:

The most recent files for your model are the 0913J005 and 0913JK05. The first one is the European standard ROM and it works on any bike in the world. The second one is the "open exhaust" map sold by MV Agusta, it's an improved version of the standard ROM.

Ask ecu support via a case and they can confirm it.https://ecustudio.freshdesk.com/support/login
Here is the ROM list for Brutale 800.
I compared 2 data below and tried both with the OEM 3 exit silencer.
"0913G005 "Brutale 800 RR Euro4"
"0908GM14 Brutale 800 RC Euro4"

The main difference between two is the ignition timing below 4,000 rpm but I was shocked how I feel the RC one is clearly smoother for throttle and quick shifter through entire area.
I haven't confirmed it on dyno, though.
I like to see Euro 5 RC ROM data, too if I have a chance 💻

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Welcome to the family @kentaohashilotuselis !! Would you do us the honor of introducing yourself with a post in the New Member section? You could tell us where in Japan you reside and what bike(s) you have.
Thanks
 

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Welcome to the family @kentaohashilotuselis !! Would you do us the honor of introducing yourself with a post in the New Member section? You could tell us where in Japan you reside and what bike(s) you have.
Thanks
Oh my...
Sorry to bother you, this "kentaohashilotuselise" is my seccond account.
(I didn't realise I loged in with seccond account and I also didn't remember I created another account on my laptop PC with Google ID...)

Anyway, its a pleasure to join this site.
I live in Saitama, located north of Tokyo.

Thank you,
Kenta
 

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No worries Kenta.
I have merged your accounts.
Forum rules prohibit having more than one account.
 

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Here is the ROM list for Brutale 800.
I compared 2 data below and tried both with the OEM 3 exit silencer.
"0913G005 "Brutale 800 RR Euro4"
"0908GM14 Brutale 800 RC Euro4"

The main difference between two is the ignition timing below 4,000 rpm but I was shocked how I feel the RC one is clearly smoother for throttle and quick shifter through entire area.
I haven't confirmed it on dyno, though.
I like to see Euro 5 RC ROM data, too if I have a chance 💻

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The ignition timing will definitely make a difference. Glad you found that in the ROM file. It's best to run it on the dyno before making changes to compare to the baseline.
I also noticed the 'gas sensitivity' in sport mode is 2:1 when compared to 'normal' which is 1:1.
 

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@paperback, did you ever figure out which ROM worked best for you? Out of curiosity, how long did it take to get your ECU Studio hardware after you ordered it?
I ended up going back to stock ROM 0913J005 because it has better mid range (possibly due to exhaust valve being enabled).

The Mv race map 0913JK05 does have more high rpm drive but loses the awesome mid range of the stock motor.

Once the order was received it took about 5 days to get the usb dongle and can bus connector. The software was a download link but beware windows 10 seems to think it's a virus.

My condolences if you have crowdstrike :)
 

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I had my bike mapped on dyno (unforunately with bad cam timing as the intake cam had pitting and lengthened chain) and with the QD legal with all dB eaters in.
Installed a Euro 3 F3 exhaust (larger end pipes to B3) and now I feel about 20 hp more :D.
Legal QD seems to be total crap :mad:.
I could not open my old files on the new V7 version.
Trick is:
Just save it and you can access yourt old files again.
Thanks to Kenta:
I put the ignition mapping of the RC into my file. Seems to have more advance timing
Will give it a try.
 
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