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Does anyone have installed the full Termignoni exhaust using the base eldor ECU?
I think that the exhaust doesn t come with a dedicated ECU!
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I ran with the full Termi system for approx 2 weeks on the stock ECU (2013 F4RR). Then I went with ECU studio.
I have to say it was ok on the stock ECU, I expected it to be lumpy or flat spots but was fine, at least for street riding.
 

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I ran with the full Termi system for approx 2 weeks on the stock ECU (2013 F4RR). Then I went with ECU studio.
I have to say it was ok on the stock ECU, I expected it to be lumpy or flat spots but was fine, at least for street riding.
This may sound like a dumb question, but did you ride your F4 with the standard exhaust before you installed the Temignoni's to be able to make that comparison?

I bought my F4 with the Termignoni's already fitted so not sure if it is good or bad in comparison. However I would say that there is a very slight lumpy feel around 3000rpm. I will also be going with ECU studio shortly as your experience sounds very good with them.
 

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This may sound like a dumb question, but did you ride your F4 with the standard exhaust before you installed the Temignoni's to be able to make that comparison?

I bought my F4 with the Termignoni's already fitted so not sure if it is good or bad in comparison. However I would say that there is a very slight lumpy feel around 3000rpm. I will also be going with ECU studio shortly as your experience sounds very good with them.
Not with stock, my bike came with the MV Corse slip on with stock headers so still running the cat.
Go with ECU studio....fixes everything.
 
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