Author: Ophelia Janibekian

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About 2 years ago we were searching the market to see what kind of custom-made exhausts we can find for Ducati Panigale 959. And whatever we found had 2 major problems: the sound was not good, and it had some standard looks. As only a small part of the exhaust is visible on this model it’s quite a challenge to attain something that will look cool. This was the start. We were looking for a way to make this work and what we found the best way to achieve it was the pie cutting. It’s not cheap, if you’re looking for the most affordable option, but it’s definitely worth it.

We use this technology in our Ducati pie cut exhausts because it allows us to create any kind of bends and achieve all kinds of angles and complex curves. This is essential for manufacturing something unusual and extraordinary. And the result is very precise as well. Using pie cutting, we get no shrinkage as you may with other methods. That means if our tube diameter is 7 cm it’s gonna be 7 cm all the way through. It’s strong and durable. And, well, it looks good.

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To install the BMS Pedal Tuner you have to remove the gas pedal, unplug it and then just plug in one of the connectors of the BMS Pedal Tuner to the car and the other one to the pedal itself. Reinstall the pedal and you’re halfway there.

Now turn on the car and start the calibration. To do so hold the + and – buttons at the same time until all lights flash and press the pedal all the way down for a few times. You will see the status lights move to the right as you press it down. It will get the stock voltage level so that it can make adjustments. Finally press and hold the stage selector button until all lights turn off to save the calibration. And you’re good to go.

Besides changing the modes you can also adjust the insensitivity of each mode by pressing the + and – buttons. It will increase or decrease the sensitivity for the best experience.