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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 12:53 PM Thread Starter
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Rapidbike Fuelling/Ignition/+/It's The Future!

Just fitted the latest Rapidbike module on the Panigale.

This is the best most advanced reasonably priced system available by far.

The race module controls, fuelling, ignition, engine brake and quick shifter.
The evo basic module is fuelling only.

Prices start from:
Race 620
Evo 380

The results and accuracy of use on the Panigale is very impressive. As soon as we have a customer for the BMW I'm sure it will prove as good.

I will gather info for the BMW and post up.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 03:49 PM
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What does the Evo do that PC5 doesn't?
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it would be damn hard to beat a PCV WITH auto tune for UNDER $700!
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What does the Evo do that PC5 doesn't?
PCV only adjusts fuel if the Evo is anything like the Nemesiss that i have on my 1098s it adjusts everything,fuel,ignition,fan temp,TPS just to name a few
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Sounds alot like the Micotec I was looking at for my f4
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In the single evo unit it does 8 injectors, adaptive mapping from the stock 02 sensors (no additional auto tune required), crank pick up. The race also has ignition mapping, pit lane limiter, engine brake mapping. Both can take a quick shifter programmable at each change.

These units can also be taken from bike to bike, you only need to buy a wiring harness for the new bike.
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In the single evo unit it does 8 injectors, adaptive mapping from the stock 02 sensors (no additional auto tune required), crank pick up. The race also has ignition mapping, pit lane limiter, engine brake mapping. Both can take a quick shifter programmable at each change.

These units can also be taken from bike to bike, you only need to buy a wiring harness for the new bike.
Very interesting keep us informed!!
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I use RAPID BIke from two years , with my Frend ( Dyno stand/service ouner) make many tests with BAZAZZ / Dyno Jet and RAPID ...............
Rapid gives the best result on Dyno , you receive one pack modul - Fuell , Ignition and Quick Shifter!

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I use RAPID BIke from two years , with my Frend ( Dyno stand/service ouner) make many tests with BAZAZZ / Dyno Jet and RAPID ...............
Rapid gives the best result on Dyno , you receive one pack modul - Fuell , Ignition and Quick Shifter!
Have you used this evo module thats autotune with oem o2 sensors??
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How accurate is the mapping from narrow band sensors?
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