Rottweiler intake with stock exhaust, 990 ADV?

Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by Barak, Feb 6, 2020.

  1. Barak

    Barak adventure photographer

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    Hi,
    I'm considering getting the Rottweiler intake system for my 2011 990 with stock exhaust.
    I have done the canisterectomy/SAS and am running the Adventure R map.
    Anyone running this setup and can give me some input on performance differences, fueling map being used etc?
    Thanks,
    Barak
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  2. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    No real help about your question but suggest you look at the triple clamp solution if changing air filter.

    Would say it's superior in many ways over the Rottweiler even if that is a good solution also but so much harder to maintain with the filter stuck on the cage.

    /Johan
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  3. Barak

    Barak adventure photographer

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    The Trippleclamp filter option looks interesting. But I guess, the same questions about wether or not it would need a re-map with stock exhaust?
    Barak
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  4. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    I would guess it will not run great unless you get a new tune online with similar setup or go to local dyno shop for a tune. Ask Rotwellier if they have something. I think my dyno tune was around $200 and well worth it.
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  5. Boatman

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    I know not what you asked but another vote for the Triple Clamp filter.
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  6. Failo

    Failo Is it spring yet???

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    You'll want to install a new map if you go with the Rottweiller intake. Go over to the Got Tunes thread and probe around and I'm sure you'll find one that should work.

    I'm curious about why you're wanting to go with the Rottweiller intake. I just took mine off my 2010 yesterday because I was sick of the noise.
    I installed it a couple years ago thinking it would make maintenance easier, and I'm sure it does, but you pay a price. The constant intake noise really wears you down (in my opinion).

    The Rottweiller quick release glovebox bracket is worth every penny though!
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  7. Barak

    Barak adventure photographer

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    Yeah, after reading mixed reviews and valuable input from inmates, I'm not so sure I want to make the change any more. The bike, in it's current configuration runs beautifully.
    Thanks,
    Barak
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  8. bigborett

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    Triple clamp and exhaust then remap.
    Not sure would have to worry to much about the remap if you remained with the standard exhaust.
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