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I have the 2017 Carbon and the specs say more than 200hp and the first thing I noticed is that the exhaust headers are different than the North American 2017.
As well as more HP the maximum Torque is 500rpm lower at 10,000rpm. Also max rpm is 14k, what is the max of your 17-18?
Rpm of 19 is supposed to be the highest one
Got 100 miles I’ll wait till ground is warmer and rev her out good and see 😉
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I can confirm, they did not raise the rev limit on the 2019. Data logger shows the limiters kicking in around 13,060 RPMs.

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I confirmed by extracting the data from the data logger to .CSV and it hovers in that area having multiple timestamps with or around that RPM.
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Hey Ted, how much extra power do you think you got with that simple flash, just opening the butterflies fully?
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I can confirm, they did not raise the rev limit on the 2019. Data logger shows the limiters kicking in around 13,060 RPMs.

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I confirmed by extracting the data from the data logger to .CSV and it hovers in that area having multiple timestamps with or around that RPM.
This the app right the Bluetooth one
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This the app right the Bluetooth one
No... Woolich Racing Log Box... Says "WoolichRacing.com" right in the middle of the speedo shown.

The Bluetooth app for me has been shifty. It shows me the path when recording a riding log but that's been about it. I have been through the settings configuring it all. I can barely pull up the in app software manual and when I do it will automatically back out to the main menu.

It doesn't show me any sort of data, won't let me play back the riding log, make any sort of changes. Don't know why... Galaxy Note 9 on Android Pie so it's not like the phone is out of date. I don't have any iOS devices so I can't tell if it is just the Android version of the app or what.
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This the app right the Bluetooth one
No... Woolich Racing Log Box... Says "WoolichRacing.com" right in the middle of the speedo shown.

The Bluetooth app for me has been shifty. It shows me the path when recording a riding log but that's been about it. I have been through the settings configuring it all. I can barely pull up the in app software manual and when I do it will automatically back out to the main menu.

It doesn't show me any sort of data, won't let me play back the riding log, make any sort of changes. Don't know why... Galaxy Note 9 on Android Pie so it's not like the phone is out of date. I don't have any iOS devices so I can't tell if it is just the Android version of the app or what.
No it’s the same thing for me I have the latest iPhone
And I can’ reset trip or fuel.
But it does let me change things in bike settings menu where rpm limit, engine braking, etc... is.
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Also gps functions works great.
Just wish it would allow to reset info logs like trip,mpg etc
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No itís the same thing for me I have the latest iPhone
And I caní reset trip or fuel.
But it does let me change things in bike settings menu where rpm limit, engine braking, etc... is.
That sucks. I was hoping it was maybe just the Android version or my phone.

While the Rideology app isn't the sole or a reason period that I bought the 19, it is a kind of disappointing let down. I have only been able to play with it for one short ride and then mess with the settings a bit by changing the shift light settings to 13000 RPMs and then use the GPS logging - which both worked fine. The app just seems to be a let down as it isn't functional by any means especially since they consider it a selling point. Hopefully the email and phone dash notifications work? I have yet to try that. Again, not a major selling point as I do wear a smart watch and periodically check that while riding.

Funny thing, I tried to provide feedback via the settings > about > contact option and it was **** near impossible. About every 3 seconds it would kick my back to the riding log screen. Luckily after some diligence (and extreme patience) I was able to submit feedback to the developers on the issues I experienced with the app. I'm probably going to do a video to forward on to my contact at Kawi in Cali so they can forward it on to those responsible for development and upkeep of the app. But that will have to wait, I'm going to a 1/2 mile event today for a little bit (to watch) so when I get back I'll play more.
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Hey Ted, how much extra power do you think you got with that simple flash, just opening the butterflies fully?
Well, the best way to do a rough estimate is take the stock dyno chart and you can see where it flattens out(about 10k). With a flash it won't flatten out. it will keep climbing in a linear fashion and the max power will be at the rev limiter. Here is a chart that has a stock run (blue that was preformed by Brock) and a projected de-restricted(red) which would need a high flow air filter. But it is probably pretty close. Remember that the baseline will change from dyno to dyno, and the max will change along with it.
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No it’s the same thing for me I have the latest iPhone
And I can’ reset trip or fuel.
But it does let me change things in bike settings menu where rpm limit, engine braking, etc... is.
That sucks. I was hoping it was maybe just the Android version or my phone.

While the Rideology app isn't the sole or a reason period that I bought the 19, it is a kind of disappointing let down. I have only been able to play with it for one short ride and then mess with the settings a bit by changing the shift light settings to 13000 RPMs and then use the GPS logging - which both worked fine. The app just seems to be a let down as it isn't functional by any means especially since they consider it a selling point. Hopefully the email and phone dash notifications work? I have yet to try that. Again, not a major selling point as I do wear a smart watch and periodically check that while riding.

Funny thing, I tried to provide feedback via the settings > about > contact option and it was **** near impossible. About every 3 seconds it would kick my back to the riding log screen. Luckily after some diligence (and extreme patience) I was able to submit feedback to the developers on the issues I experienced with the app. I'm probably going to do a video to forward on to my contact at Kawi in Cali so they can forward it on to those responsible for development and upkeep of the app. But that will have to wait, I'm going to a 1/2 mile event today for a little bit (to watch) so when I get back I'll play more.
Yea app is definitely lacking a lot of the options don’t even work and are broken stuck on loop.
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