Speedys Motorcycles Build and Dyno Run: 2013 Ducati Diavel

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Speedys Motorcycle Shop came by Dynojet all the way from Brisbane. We got a chance to ask them about their recent 2013 Ducati Diavel build.

 

How did the bike feel to the customer after the mods?

“Fast! Still scares the sh^t out of me…”

What was the most difficult part of the build?

The hardest part of the build was making the turbo removable back to a standard bike should it ever need doing. Also due to room we contacted our fabricator and good friend Craig from Extreme Custom Engineering. He designed the plenum and pipe work based on our requirements. This bike has been so popular we have been receiving calls from Asia and the USA inquiring about this bike.

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We also added;
Garrett GT28 turbo
Turbo Smart BOV
Bosch 3 Bar map sensor
VDO drain back pump.
Endless amounts of Aeroflow fittings.
Custom loom for pump – all Milspec TEFL
Power Commander V
Ported the injectors to increase volume by 44%
Modified fuel pump.

We custom mapped this on our Dynojet 250 RT. The process like with anything Dynojet is easy and flawless. The solid build on the 250RT along with PowerCore means that any boosted bike is a pleasure and simple tune.ducati-diavel-run

Last modified: May 10, 2017

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