Ducati 1098 Motorcycle User Manual

Use and maintenance manual
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1098 / 1098S
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We would like to welcome you among Ducati enthusiasts,
and congratulate you on your excellent choice of motorcycle.
We are sure that you will use your Ducati for longer journeys
as well as short daily trips, but however you use your
motorcycle, Ducati Motor Holding s.p.a wishes you an
enjoyable ride.
We are continuously working to improve our Technical
Assistance service. For this reason, we recommend that
you follow strictly the instructions in this manual, especially
those regarding the running-in period. In this way, you
can be sure your Ducati motorcycle will continue to be a
pleasure to ride.
For repairs or advice, please contact one of our authorized
service centres.
We also provide an information service for all Ducati owners
and enthusiasts for any advice and suggestions you might
need.
Notes
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. cannot accept any liability
for errors that may have occurred in the preparation of this
manual. All information in the manual is valid at the time of
going to print. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. reserves the right
to make any modifications required due to the ongoing
development of their products.
For safety and reliability, to avoid invalidating the warranty
and to maintain the value of your motorcycle, use only
original Ducati spare parts.
Warning
This manual is an integral part of the motorcycle and,
if ownership of the motorcycle is transferred to a third party,
the manual must be handed over to the new owner.
Enjoy the ride!
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Table of contents
Adjusting the position of the gear change and rear brake
pedals 47
Main components and devices 49
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General indications 6
Warranty 6
Symbols 6
Useful road safety information 7
Riding with a full load 8
Identification data 9
Controls 10
Position of the motorcycle controls 10
Instrument panel 11
LCD – Main functions 13
LCD – How to set/display parameters 15
The immobilizer system 36
Code card 37
Immobilizer override procedure 38
Duplicate keys 40
Ignition switch and steering lock
Left-hand handlebar switch 42
Clutch lever 43
Right-hand handlebar switch 44
Throttle twistgrip 44
Front brake lever 45
Rear brake pedal 46
Gearchange pedal 46
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Location 49
Fuel tank filler cap 50
Seat lock and helmet holder 51
Sidestand 53
Steering damper 54
Front fork adjusters 55
Shock absorber adjusters 57
Changing motorcycle track alignment 59
Riding the motorcycle 61
Running-in precautions 61
Pre-ride checks 63
Starting the engine 64
Moving off 66
Braking 66
Stopping the motorcycle 67
Parking 67
Refuelling 68
Toolkit and accessories 69
USB DAQ (for 1098S only) 70
Main Use and Maintenance Operations 71
Removing the fairing 71
Checking and topping up the coolant 75
Checking the brake and clutch fluid level 76
Checking brake pads for wear 78
Lubricating cables and joints 79
Adjustment of the throttle cable free play 80
Charging the battery 81
Checking the chain tension 82
Lubricating the drive chain 82
Changing the high and low beam bulbs 83
Changing the parking light bulb 85
Rear turn signal indicators 86
Number plate light 86
Headlight aim 87
Rear view mirror adjustment 88
Tubeless tyres 89
Checking the engine oil level 91
Cleaning and renewing the spark plugs 92
General cleaning 93
Storing the motorcycle 94
Important notes 94
Maintenance 95
Programmed maintenance plan: operations to be carried out
by the dealer 95
Programmed maintenance plan: operations to be carried out
by the dealer 98
Technical data 99
Overall dimensions (mm) 99
Weights 99
Engine 101
Timing system 101
Performance data 101
Spark plugs 102
Fuel system 102
Brakes 102
Transmission 103
Frame 104
Wheels 104
Tyres 104
Suspension 105
Exhaust system 105
Available colours 105
Electrical system 106
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Periodic maintenance record 110
For United States of America version
Only 111
Reporting of safety defects 111
Safety warnings 111
Noise emission warranty 111
Noise and exhaust emission control system information 111
Tampering warning 112
Riding safety 113
Protective apparel 114
Vehicle identification number (VIN) 114
Label location 115
California evaporation emission system 117
Ducati limited warranty on emission control system 117
Routine maintenance record 120
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General indications
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Warranty
Symbols
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. advises you to read this manual
carefully in order to familiarise yourself with your motorcycle.
If in doubt, please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized
Service Centre. You will find the information in the manual
useful on trips (which Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. hopes
will be smooth and enjoyable), and it will help you obtain
top performance from your motorcycle for a long time.
This booklet uses a set of symbols with special meanings:
Warning
In your own interest, and in order to guarantee product
reliability, you are strongly advised to refer to a Ducati Dealer
or Authorized Workshop for servicing that requires any
particular technical expertise.
Our highly qualified staff have access to the specialised
tools required to perform any servicing job to the highest
professional standards, using only Ducati original spare
parts as the best guarantee for perfect interchangeability,
smooth running and long service life.
Failure to comply with these instructions may put
you at risk, and lead to severe injury or even death.
All Ducati motorcycles come with a Warranty Booklet.
However, the warranty does not apply to motorcycles used
in competitions. If any motorcycle part is tampered with,
modified, or replaced with parts other than original Ducati
spare parts during the warranty period, the warranty is
automatically invalidated.
The terms right and left are relative to the direction of
running of the motorcycle.
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Important
Risk of damage to the motorcycle and/or its components.
Notes
Additional information about the current operation.
Useful road safety information
Warning
Read this section before riding your motorcycle.
Many accidents are the result of the inexperience of the
rider. Always make sure you have your licence with you; you
need a valid licence that entitles you to ride a motorcycle.
Do not lend your motorcycle to persons who are
inexperienced or do not hold a valid licence.
Riders and passengers must always wear appropriate
clothing and a safety helmet.
Do not wear loose clothes or accessories that could become
tangled in the controls or limit your field of vision.
Never start or run the engine in an enclosed space.
Exhaust gases are toxic and may lead to loss of
consciousness or even death within a short time.
The rider should keep his/her feet on the footrests when
the motorcycle is in motion.
Always hold the handlebars firmly with both hands so you
will be ready for sudden changes in direction or in the road
surface. The pillion passenger should always hold on to the
grab rail on the rear seat with both hands.
Obey the legal requirements and observe national and local
regulations.
Always respect the speed limits where these are indicated,
and never exceed the speed allowed by the particular
visibility, road and traffic conditions.
Always signal your intention to turn or change lane in good
time, using the appropriate turn signal indicators.
Be sure you are clearly visible and avoid riding within the
blind spot of a vehicle in front of you.
Be very careful at road junctions, or when riding in areas near
exits from private land or car parks, or on the slip roads to
motorways.
Always turn off the engine when refuelling. Be extremely
careful not to spill fuel on the engine or on the exhaust
pipe when refuelling.
Do not smoke when refuelling.
While refuelling, it is possible to inhale noxious fuel vapours.
Should any fuel drops be spilled on your skin or clothing,
immediately wash with soap and water and change your
clothing.
Always remove the key if leaving your motorcycle unattended.
The engine, exhaust pipes and silencers remain hot for a
long time.
Warning
The exhaust system might be hot even after engine is
switched off; take special care not to touch exhaust system
with any part of your body and do not park the motorcycle
next to inflammable material (wood, leaves etc.).
Park your motorcycle where no one is likely to knock
against it, and use the sidestand.
Never park on uneven or soft ground, or your motorcycle
may fall over.
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Riding with a full load
Your motorcycle is designed for travelling over long
distances with a full load in complete safety.
Even weight distribution is critical for maintaining safety
standards and to avoid getting into difficulties when
making sudden manoeuvres or riding on bumpy roads.
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Information on load capacity
The total weight of the motorcycle in running order with
rider, luggage and additional accessories should not exceed
390 kg.
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Arrange your luggage or heavy accessories in the lowest
possible position and as close to centre of the motorcycle
as possible.
Secure the luggage firmly to the motorcycle structure.
Luggage incorrectly secured may cause the motorcycle to
become unstable.
Never attach bulky or heavy objects to the top yoke or front
mudguard, as this would cause dangerous instability.
Do not insert objects into gaps in the frame, where they
could interfere with moving parts.
Check that the tyres are inflated to the pressure indicated
on page 89 and that they are in good condition.
Identification data
All Ducati motorcycles have two identification numbers,
one for the frame (fig. 1) and one for the engine (fig. 2).
Frame number
Engine number
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Notes
These numbers indicate the motorcycle model and
should be quoted when ordering spare parts.
fig. 1
fig. 2
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Controls
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Warning
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This section shows the position and function of the
controls used to drive the motorcycle. Be sure to read this
information carefully before you use the controls.
Position of the motorcycle controls (fig. 3)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Instrument panel.
Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock.
Left-hand handlebar switch.
Clutch lever.
Rear brake pedal.
Right-hand handlebar switch.
Throttle twistgrip.
Front brake lever.
Gearchange pedal.
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9
fig. 3
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Instrument panel (fig. 4)
1) LCD, (see page 13).
2) Tachometer (rpm).
Indicates engine revs per minute.
3) Neutral (N) indicator (green).
Illuminates when the gearbox is in neutral.
4) Fuel warning light
(yellow).
Comes on when there are about 3 litres of fuel left in the tank.
5) Turn indicator light
(green).
Illuminates and flashes when the turn indicator is in operation.
6) Engine oil pressure light
(red).
Comes on when engine oil pressure is too low. This light
must illuminate when ignition is switched to ON and must
go out a few seconds after the engine starts.
It may come on briefly if the engine is very hot, but should
go out again as engine speed increases.
Important
Do not use the motorcycle if the light (6) stays on,
or engine damage may result.
7) High beam light
(blue).
Comes on when high beam is on.
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10
1
5
9
8
6
3
4
7
5
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fig. 4
8) EOBD light
(amber).
This light is lit steadily if the engine control unit has found
errors and has therefore blocked the engine.
The light doubles as an indicator for the immobilizer
override procedure using the throttle twistgrip.
When no errors are present, the light should come on
when the ignition switch is set to ON and should go out
after a few seconds (normally after 1.8 – 2 sec.).
9) “Motorcycle Diagnostics” light.
Comes on when there is a problem with the motorcycle
diagnostics.
10) Limiter light.
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11) Control buttons A and B.
Button used for displaying and setting instrument panel
parameters. It has two positions, A “▲” and B “▼”.
12) High beam FLASH button (fig. 5).
The button that normally has the full beam flash function
can be used for the LAP and USB DAQ functions.
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A
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11
B
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fig. 5
LCD – Main functions
Warning
Any adjustments to the instrument panel must only be
carried out when the motorcycle is stationary. Never operate
the instrument panel controls while riding the motorcycle.
1) Speedometer.
Indicates road speed.
2) Odometer.
Shows total distance travelled.
3) Trip meter.
Shows the distance travelled since the last reset (TRIP A and
TRIP B).
4) Fuel reserve trip counter.
Shows distance travelled in on the reserve fuel.
5) Clock.
6) Lap time.
7) Rev counter (RPM).
8) Recording of lap time, maximum speed and
maximum rpm.
9) Battery voltage indicator (BATT).
10) Air temperature indicator.
11) Coolant temperature indicator.
Indicates engine coolant temperature.
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10
11
2
3
4
1
6
7
8
9
12 13 14
fig. 6
Important
Stop riding if the temperature reaches maximum value,
otherwise engine damage could result.
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12) Servicing indicator (SERV) (fig. 6).
The message “SERV” indicates that the service interval
(distance) has been reached. The message is displayed only
at Key-On for 5 seconds. The counter is reset at a DUCATI
Authorised Workshop during the maintenance operations.
13) Immobilizer indicator (CODE) (fig. 6).
The message “CODE” appears when the key code is
wrong or not recognized, and flashes after an error signal
from the immobilizer system has been reset by performing
the immobilizer override procedure using the throttle
twistgrip (see page 38).
14) DAQ (USB) (fig. 6).
Indicates that the USB DAQ has been activated.
Important
The instrument panel is part of the on-board electronic
injection/ignition system diagnostics. The related menus are
for use by trained personnel only. If you accidentally access
this function, turn the key to OFF and have the motorcycle
inspected at an authorized Ducati Service Centre.
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LCD – How to set/display parameters
At switch-on (key from OFF to ON) the instrument panel
activates all the digits of the LCD for 1 second and
switches on the warning lights in sequence.
It then reverts to “normal” mode and, in place of motorcycle
speed, shows the model and, for 2 seconds, also the
version (EU, UK, USA, CND, FRA, JAP).
The model is displayed cyclically until the engine is started.
ENGINE OFF
ENGINE OFF
ENGINE OFF
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ENGINE OFF
ENGINE OFF
ENGINE RUNNING
fig. 7
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At Key-On the instrument panel always shows the following
information (de-activating the previously activated functions):
Odometer
Air temperature
Clock
Speed
Coolant temperature
Engine rpm
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A
At this point, with button (1, fig. 8) in position A “▲” it is still
possible to switch from the odometer function to the
following functions:
TRIP A
TRIP B
TRIP FUEL (only if active)
before returning to TOT (odometer).
If, however, you press button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“
the system goes into the MENU and displays the
following functions in sequence:
Error (only if active)
BATT
RPM
LAP (OFF or ON)
LAP MEM
USB (OFF or ON)
Erase USB
TIME Set
CODE (only if active)
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B
fig. 8
Important
This menu is active only if the speed of the motorcycle
is less than 20 km/h. If this menu is on the display and the
speed of the motorcycle exceeds 20 km/h, the instrument
automatically exits the menu and returns to the initial display.
It is possible to exit the menu at any time, however, by
pressing button (1, fig. 8) in position A “▲” for 3 seconds.
Total distance travelled indicator (odometer)
At Key-On the system automatically enters this function.
The reading is saved permanently and cannot be reset.
If it exceeds 99999 km (or 99999 miles), the reading
“99999” remains displayed permanently.
vs. EU
vs. UK
v.s. USA
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fig. 9
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Trip meter “TRIP A”
While in this function, if you press button (1, fig. 8) in
position B “▼“ for 3 seconds, the reading is reset.
If the reading exceeds 999.9, it is reset and the count
restarts automatically.
If the system’s units of measurement are changed at any
time with the “Setting Special” function, the reading in this
function is reset and the count restarts from zero in the
newly set unit of measurement.
vs. EU
vs. UK
v.s. USA
fig. 10
Trip meter “TRIP B”
While in this function, if you press button (1, fig. 8) in
position B “▼“ for 3 seconds, the reading is reset.
If the reading exceeds 999.9, it is reset and the count
restarts automatically.
If the system’s units of measurement are changed at any
time with the “Setting Special” function, the reading in this
function is reset and the count restarts from zero in the
newly set unit of measurement.
vs. EU
vs. UK
v.s. USA
fig. 11
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“TRIP FUEL” (distance travelled on reserve fuel)
indicator
When the fuel warning light comes on, the TRIP FUEL meter
is activated automatically, regardless of the function
displayed. If the fuel level remains in reserve, the reading is
saved even after Key-Off.
The count stops automatically when the fuel level rises
above reserve.
If the reading exceeds 999.9, it is reset and the count
restarts automatically.
vs. EU
vs. UK
v.s. USA
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fig. 12
Air temperature indicator
Shows the outside air temperature.
Display limits: -39 °C to +124 °C
In the event of a sensor FAULT (-40 °C, +125 °C or
disconnected) a series of dashes “- - -” is displayed steadily
and the engine diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4) comes on.
vs. EU
v.s. USA
vs. USA
fig. 13
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Coolant temperature indicator
Displays engine coolant temperature:
if the reading is less than or equal to -40 °C (-104 F°), the
display shows a series of flashing dashes (“---”) and the
Engine Diagnostics warning light comes on (9, fig. 4);
if the reading is between -39 °C (-102.2 F°) and +39 °C
(+102.2 F°), the display shows the fixed message “LO”;
if the reading is between +40 °C (+104 F°) and +120 °C
(+248 F°), the display shows the fixed reading;
if the reading is between +121 °C (+249.8 F°) and +124 °C
(+255.2 F°), the display shows the flashing message “HI”;
if the reading is greater than or equal to +125 °C (+257 F°),
the display shows a series of flashing dashes (“---”) and the
Engine Diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4) comes on.
In the event of a sensor FAULT, a series of flashing dashes
(“---”) appears and the Engine Diagnostics warning light
(9, fig. 4) comes on.
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vs. EU - vs. UK
FIXED DATUM
v.s. USA
FIXED DATUM
FIXED DATUM
FIXED DATUM
FIXED DATUM
FIXED DATUM
FLASHING DATUM
FLASHING DATUM
FLASHING DATUM
FLASHING DATUM
VEHICLE
DIAGNOSTICS
VEHICLE
DIAGNOSTICS
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Servicing indicator (SERV)
Indicates that the servicing limit has been reached.
The message “SERV” appears on the display at the following
intervals:
after the first 1000 km on the odometer;
every 12000 km on the odometer.
The messsage is displayed only at Key-On for 5 seconds.
When the message appears, contact a Ducati dealer or
authorised service centre.
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Battery voltage indicator (BATT)
To display this function, go into the menu and select the
“BATT” page.
The battery voltage reading is displayed as follows:
if the reading is between 12.1 and 14.9 Volts, it remains
fixed;
if the reading is between 10.0 and 12.0 Volts or between
15.0 and 16.0 Volts, it flashes;
if the reading is less than or equal to 9.9 Volts, the flashing
message “LO” appears on the display and the Motorcycle
Diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4) comes on;
if the reading is greater than or equal to 16.1 Volts, the
flashing message “HI” appears on the display and the
Motorcycle Diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4) comes on.
FIXED
FIXED
STATUS 1
FLASHING
FLASHING
FLASHING
FLASHING
STATUS 2
STATUS 3
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Adjusting engine idle speed (rpm)
To display the function, go into the menu and call up the
“RPM” page.
As well as the top rev counter scale, the display also
shows engine rpm numerically so that you can adjust the
idle speed more precisely.
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Lap time display
To activate this function, go into the menu and set the “LAP”
function to “On” by keeping button (1, fig. 8) in position B
“▼“ for 3 seconds.
START and STOP the timer by pressing the high beam
FLASH button (12, fig. 5) on the left-hand switch.
When the LAP function is active, each time you press the
FLASH button, the display will show the lap time for
10 seconds, before reverting to normal mode.
You can save a maximum of 30 laps in the memory.
If the memory is full, each time you press the FLASH button,
the display will not save any more lap times and will display
the flashing message “FULL” for 3 seconds until the
memory is reset.
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When you switch the LAP function off using the menu,
the lap in progress is not saved.
If the LAP function is active and the display is suddenly
switched off (Key-Off), the LAP function is switched off
automatically (even if the timer was ON, the lap in
progress is not saved).
If the timer is not stopped, when it reaches 99 minutes,
59 seconds and 99 hundredths, it restarts from 0 (zero)
and continues until the function is switched off.
If, however, the LAP function is switched on and the
memory has not been cleared, but the less than 30 laps
have been saved (e.g. 18 laps), the display will save any
remaining laps until the memory is saturated (in this case,
it will save a further 12 laps).
In this function, lap time only is displayed, but other data are
also saved (MAX speed, MAX rpm, limiter if reached) for
viewing at a later date in the Lap Memory function.
Press C
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after 10 sec.
Press C
after 10 sec.
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Press A
Press B
Press B
Press A
Press B. . x 19
B= On 3 sec.
Press A
Reset o f al l ti mes i n memo ry
Press B
Press B. . x 19
Press A
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Visualizzatore dati memorizzati (LAP Memory)
Displays the data saved with the LAP function: lamp time,
MAX speed and MAX rpm.
To display the saved times, go into the menu and select
the “LAP MEM” page.
From this page, if you hold button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“
for 3 seconds, the data for the first lap will appear. The
display will show the lap number, lap time, MAX speed
and the MAX rpm reached for the lap in question.
If you switch the button (1, fig. 8) to position B “▼“,
the display scrolls through the 30 saved times, before
returning to the 1st lap.
If you hold the button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“ for
3 seconds while displaying the saved times, the display
immediately resets all the saved times. In this case, if the
LAP function was active, it is switched off automatically.
The MAX speed saved is the speed shown on the display
in Lap function.
During saving, if the MAX speed shown exceeds 299 km/h
(186 mph), the speed reached is displayed (e.g. 316 km/h).
If there is no reading in the memory, the 30 times are shown,
with the displaying “00.00.00”, MAX rpm = 0 and MAX
speed = 0.
During the lap, if the engine reaches one of the two
thresholds before the limiter or the limiter itself, the
respective warning lights (10, fig. 4) come on during
viewing of the saved times.
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USB DAQ
This function activates the USB DAQ (see page 66): the DAQ
must be connected to the motorcycle wiring.
To activate the DAQ, go into the menu and set the USB DAQ
to “On” by holding the button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“
for 3 seconds.
START and STOP the lap separator by pressing the high
beam FLASH button (12, fig.5) on the left-hand switch.
If the USB function is active and the display is suddenly
switched off (Key-Off), the function is switched off
automatically.
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Erase USB
This function enables you to delete the data saved on the
USB DAQ: the DAQ must be connected to the motorcycle
wiring.
To delete the data, go into the menu and select the
“Erase USB” page.
If you hold the button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“ for
3 seconds and the USB DAQ is not acquiring data, the
message “WAIT…” appears on the display for 10 seconds.
After 10 seconds, the message “OK” appears for 2 seconds,
to confirm that the data has been deleted.
If you hold the button (1, fig. 8) in position B “▼“ for
3 seconds and the USB DAQ is acquiring data, the DAQ
memory is not cleared and the display shows the message
“ERASE FAIL” for 2 seconds.
B= On 3 sec.
USB=ON
NO
YES
display 2 sec.
WAIT of 4 sec.
display 2 sec.
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Clock setting
To set the clock, select the “TIME Set” page from the menu.
From this page, if you hold the button (1, fig. 8) in position B
“▼” for 3 seconds, you go into clock setting mode.
On entering this function, the message “AM” flashes on the
display; if you switch the button (1, fig. 8) to position B “▼”,
the message “PM” flashes on the display; if you switch
the button (1, fig. 8) to position B “▼”, you return to the
previous step (if the time is 00:00, when you switch from
AM to PM the time 12:00 will appear).
If you switch the button (1, fig. 8), to position A “▲”, you
can set the hours, which start flashing. Each time you
press the button into position B “▼”, the count advances
cyclically in steps of 1 hour; if you hold the button down in
position B “▼”, the count advances cyclically in steps of
1 hour every second (when the button is held down
continuously, the hours do not flash).
If you switch the button (1, fig. 8), to position A “▲”, you
can set the minutes, which start flashing. Each time you
press the button into position B “▼”, the count advances
cyclically in steps of 1 minute; if you hold the button down
in position B “▼”, the count advances cyclically in steps of
1 minute every second. If the button is held in position B
“▼” for more than 5 seconds, the minutes advance by 1
every 100 ms (when the button is held in position B “▼”
continuously, the seconds do not flash).
If you switch the button to position A “▲”, the system
exits setting mode and displays the newly set time.
flashing
B
B
flashing
B
A
A
flashing
B
setting
A
A
flashing
B
setting
A
A
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Warning
Instrument panel diagnostics
If an error is displayed, always contact an authorised
Ducati service centre.
Important
The instrument runs the system diagnostics correctly
60 seconds after the last Key-Off.
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Any anomalous behaviours of the motorcycle are displayed.
If there are several errors, they are displayed in rolling mode
every 3 seconds.
The table below shows the errors that can be displayed.
Warning
light
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Error message
Error
COIL
10.1
Horizontal cylinder coil error
COIL
10.2
Horizontal cylinder coil error
COIL
11.1
Vertical cylinder coil error
COIL
11.2
Vertical cylinder coil error
INJE
12.1
Horizontal cylinder injector error
INJE
12.2
Horizontal cylinder injector error
INJE
13.1
Vertical cylinder injector error
Warning
light
Error message
Error
INJE
13.2
Vertical cylinder injector error
PUMP
16.0
Fuel pump relay error
FAN
18.1
Fan relay error
FAN
18.2
Fan relay error
STRT
19.1
Starter contactor error
STRT
19.2
Starter contactor error
STEP.
21.1
Stepper motor error
STEP.
21.2
Stepper motor error
STEP.
21.3
Stepper motor error
LAMB.
22.1
Lambda heater error
LAMB.
22.2
Lambda heater error
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Warning
light
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Error message
Error
EXVL
23.1
Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL
23.2
Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL
23.3
Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL
23.4
Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL
23.5
Exhaust valve motor error
TPS
1.1
Throttle position sensor error
TPS
1.2
Throttle position sensor error
PRESS
2.1
Pressure sensor error
PRESS
2.2
Pressure sensor error
T.WAT
3.1
Engine coolant temperature sensor error
T.WAT
3.2
Engine coolant temperature sensor error
Warning
light
Error message
Error
AIR
4.1
Air temperature sensor error
AIR
4.2
Air temperature sensor error
BATT
5.1
Battery voltage error
BATT
5.2
Battery voltage error
LAMB
6.1
Lambda probe error
TILT
6.2
Lambda 2 probe error
DTC
8.0
Traction control unit error (the error can only occur if the bike has been
fitted with the traction control kit available from Ducati performance)
ECU
30.0
Engine control unit error
PK.UP
34.0
Pick-up sensor error
SPEE.
36.0
Speed sensor error
IMMO
37.0
Immobilizer error
E
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Warning
light
E
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Error message
Error
IMMO
37.1
Immobilizer error
IMMO
37.3
Immobilizer error
IMMO
37.4
Immobilizer error
IMMO
37.5
Immobilizer error
CAN
38.0
CAN line error
Brightness of warning lights
The brightness of warning lights is adjusted automatically by
the instrument panel according to the level of external light
detected.
Display backlight
The instrument panel backlight is switched on only if the
parking lights or low/high beam is on.
In this case the instrument panel, using sensors that
measure ambient temperature and light intensity,
automatically turn the backlight on or off.
Intelligent headlamp switch-off
This function is used to reduce the consumption of battery
power, by automatically switching off the front headlamp.
The device is triggered in 2 cases:
- in the first case, if you turn the key from OFF to ON and
do not start the engine within 60 seconds, the headlight
is turned off and will be turned on again only when the
engine is next switched on.
- in the second case, after normal use of the vehicle with
the lights on, if the engine is killed via the RUN-STOP
button on the RH switch.
In this case, the headlamp is switched off 60 seconds
after the engine is switched off, and only switched on
again the next time the engine is started.
Intelligent headlamp switch-on
This function allows programmed activation of the headlamp
even with the motorcycle off (Key-Off).
Immediately after key-off, the instrument panel remains active
for 60 seconds, thus allowing the headlamp to be switched
on if the button (1, fig. 8) is switched to position B “▼”.
During these 60 seconds, each time the button (1, fig. 8) is
switched to position B “▼”, the instrument enables you
switch on the headlamp for 30 seconds. Each time you
switch the button (1, fig. 8) to position B “▼”, a further
30 seconds will be added to the switch-on time, up to a
maximum of 6 presses (the maximum time is 180 seconds).
After the first time you switch the button (1, fig. 8) to position
B “▼”, the period of 30 seconds starts, thus switching on
the headlamp. Further switch-on time can be added only
if you press the button again within these 30 seconds.
If the 30 seconds have elapsed, no further multiples of
30 seconds can be added, and the instrument panel will
switch off the headlamp.
To return to this function, you must do at least one Key-On/
Key-Off.
If the battery power is interrupted at any time while this
function is active, when power is restored the instrument
panel will de-activate the function (the instrument panel
does not remain active for 60 seconds).
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The immobilizer system
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For additional anti-theft protection, the motorcycle is
equipped with an IMMOBILIZER, an electronic system that
locks the engine automatically whenever the ignition switch
is turned off.
The grip of each ignition key contains an electronic device
that modulates the output signal from a special antenna in
the switch when the ignition is switched On. The modulated
signal represents the “password” (which is changed at each
start-up) by which the ECU recognizes the ignition key.
The ECU will only allow the engine to start if it recognises
this password.
Notes
The two keys have a small tag (1) attached, which
shows their identification number.
Keys (fig. 24)
The owner receives a set of keys, comprising:
- 2 black keys (B)
These contain the “code” of the immobilizer system.
Notes
B
Your Ducati dealer may ask you to produce your Code
Card in order to carry out certain servicing operations.
The black keys (B) are the keys for normal use, and are used
to:
- start the engine;
- open the lock on the fuel tank filler cap;
- open the seat lock.
1
36
fig. 24
Warning
Keep the keys separate, and store the tag (1) in a safe
place.
It is also advisable to use only one of the black keys to start
the motorcycle.
Code card
E
A CODE CARD (fig. 25) is supplied with the keys. This shows
the electronic code (A, fig. 26) that must be used if the engine
is locked by the immobilizer and consequently does not start
when the key is turned to ON.
Warning
Keep the CODE CARD in a safe place. We advise the
user to keep the code printed on the CODE CARD on his/her
person at all times in order to be able to override the engine
lock using the procedure described below, in the event of
a malfunction of the immobilizer system, signalled by
illumination of the amber diagnostic light (9, fig. 4).
This operation is only possible if the electronic code indicated
on the code card is known.
fig. 25
A
Warning
Your dealer will ask you to produce the Code Card in
order to re-program or replace a key.
fig. 26
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Immobilizer override procedure
Should the immobilizer become locked, you can perform
the “Immobilizer Override” procedure from the instrument
panel by entering the respective function as follows:
Select the “CODE” page from the menu.
Notes
E
This menu should be active only if there is at least one
immobilizer error.
With this page selected, the initial code is always displayed
as “00000”. If you hold the button (1, fig. 8) in position B
“▼” for 3 seconds, you will access the procedure for
entering the electronic code marked on the Code Card.
B= On 3 sec.
flashing
A
B
setting
A
flashing
A
B
setting
A
flashing
A
B
setting
A
flashing
A
B
setting
A
NO
flashing
A
B
setting
A
CODE insert
OK?
YES
fig. 27
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Entering the code:
when you enter this function, the first digit on the left
starts flashing.
Button (1, fig. 8):
each time you switch to position B “▼”, the number
increases cyclically in steps of one digit every second.
If you switch the button to position A “▲”, you can set
the second digit, which will start flashing. Each time you
switch to position B “▼”, the number increases cyclically in
steps of one digit every second.
If you switch the button to position A “▲”, you can set
the third digit, which will start flashing. Each time you
switch to position B “▼”, the number increases cyclically in
steps of one digit every second.
If you switch the button to position A “▲”, you can set
the fourth digit, which will start flashing. Each time you
switch to position B “▼”, the number increases cyclically in
steps of one digit every second.
If you switch the button to position A “▲”, you can set
the fifth digit, which will start flashing. Each time you
switch to position B “▼”, the number increases cyclically in
steps of one digit every second.
Switch to position A “▲” to confirm the code.
If the code has been entered correctly, the message CODE
and the code itself will flash simultaneously for 4 seconds.
The motorcycle diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4) goes off.
The instrument panel then automatically exits the menu,
thus allowing “temporary” starting of the motorcycle.
If the error persists, at the next key-on, the instrument
panel will return to an error state and imobilize the engine.
If the code has been entered incorrectly, however, the
instrument panel will automatically return to the “CODE”
menu and display the code “00000”.
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E
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Operation
When the ignition key is turned from ON to OFF, the
immobilizer system activates the engine lock. When the
ignition key is turned from OFF to ON to start the engine:
1) if the code is recognised, the protection system releases
the engine lock. When you press the START (2, fig. 31)
button, the engine will start up.
2) if the motorcycle diagnostics warning light (9, fig. 4)
comes on and if, when you switch the button (1, fig. 8) to
the “▼” position, the “Error IMMO” message appears on
the display, the code has not been recognised. In this case,
turn the ignition key back to OFF and then to ON again. If the
engine still does not start, try again with the other black key.
If the engine still does not start, contact the DUCATI Service
network.
Warning
Sharp knocks can damage the electronic components
inside the key.
Always use the same key throughout the procedure.
Otherwise, the system might be prevented from
recognizing the code of the key being used.
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Duplicate keys
If you need additional keys, contact your DUCATI Service
Centre with all the keys you have in your possession and
your CODE CARD.
DUCATI Service will program new keys and re-program
your original keys (up to a maximum of 8 keys).
DUCATI Service may ask for proof that you are the
legitimate owner of the motorcycle.
The codes for any keys not present during the memory
programming procedure are cancelled, to ensure that any
keys that may have been lost can no longer be used to
start the engine.
Notes
If you sell your motorcycle, do not forget to give all
keys and the CODE CARD to the new owner.
Ignition switch and steering lock
B
(fig. 28.1 and fig. 28.2)
A
This is located in front of the fuel tank and has four positions:
A)
B)
C)
D)
ON: enables lights and engine operation;
OFF: disables lights and engine operation;
LOCK: the steering is locked;
P: parking light on and steering locked.
C
D
E
Notes
To move the key to the last two positions, push it in
before turning. The key can be removed in positions (B), (C)
and (D).
fig. 28.1
1098
B
A
C
D
1098S
fig. 28.2
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Left-hand handlebar switch (fig. 29)
1) Dip switch, two-position light selector switch:
position
= low beam headlight on;
position
= high beam headlight on.
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2) Button
= three-position turn signal:
centre position = off;
position
= left turn;
position
= right turn.
To cancel the indicator, press the lever once it has returned
to the central position.
3) Button
= horn.
4) Button
= high beam flash and instrument panel control.
5) Two-position instrument panel control button:
position “▲”;
position “▼”.
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4
1
2
3
5
fig. 29
Clutch lever
The lever (1) disengages the clutch. The span adjuster (2)
serves to alter the distance of the lever from the handlebar.
Lever distance is adjusted by 10 clicks of the knob (2).
Turn the knob clockwise to move the lever away from
twistgrip, or counter clockwise to move it closer.
When the clutch lever (1) is operated, drive from the engine
to the gearbox and the rear wheel is disengaged. Correct
use of the clutch lever is very important in all riding
situations, especially when moving off.
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Warning
Set the clutch and brake lever with the motorcycle
stopped.
2
1
fig. 30
Important
Using the clutch properly will prolong the life of the
engine and prevent any damage to components in the
transmission.
Notes
It is possible to start the engine with the side stand
down and the gearbox in neutral. When starting the
motorcycle with a gear engaged, pull the clutch lever
(in this case the side stand must be up).
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Right-hand handlebar switch (fig. 31)
1) Two-position ENGINE STOP switch
position
(RUN) = run;
position
(OFF) = stop engine.
3
Warning
E
This switch is mainly intended for use in emergencies
when you need to stop the engine quickly. After stopping
the engine, return the switch to the
position to start
the engine.
1
2
Important
After travelling with the lights on, if the engine is
switched off using switch (1) and the ignition key is left in
the ON position, the battery can be drained since the
headlamp remains on.
2) Button
= engine start
Throttle twistgrip (fig. 31)
The twistgrip (3) on the right handlebar opens the butterfly
valves in the throttle housing. When released, the twistgrip
returns automatically to the initial position (idling speed).
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fig. 31
Front brake lever (fig. 32)
Pull the lever (1) towards the twistgrip to operate the front
brake. The system is hydraulically assisted and you only
need to pull the lever gently.
The brake lever has a knob (2) for adjusting the distance
between lever and twistgrip on the handlebar.
Lever distance is adjusted by 10 clicks of the knob (2).
Turn the knob clockwise to move the lever away from
twistgrip, or counter clockwise to move it closer.
E
1
2
fig. 32
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Rear brake pedal (fig. 33)
Push down on the pedal (1) with your foot to operate the
rear brake.
The system is controlled hydraulically.
1
E
fig. 33
Gearchange pedal (fig. 34)
The gear change pedal is at rest when in centre position N,
and automatically returns to the centre position. When in this
position, light N (3, fig. 4) on instrument panel comes on.
The pedal can be moved:
down = push down on the pedal to engage 1st gear and to
shift down. The N light on the instrument panel goes out.
up = lift the pedal to engage 2nd gear, then 3rd, 4th, 5th and
6th gear.
Each time you move the pedal, you engage the next gear.
6
5
4
3
2
N
1
fig. 34
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Adjusting the position of the gear change
and rear brake pedals (fig. 35 and fig. 36)
The position of the gearchange and rear brake pedals in
relation to the footrests can be adjusted to suit the
requirements of the rider.
To adjust the position, proceed as follows:
restrain the tie-rod (1) and slacken the locknuts (2) and (3).
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Notes
The locknut (2) has a left-hand thread.
Rotate the tie-rod (1) using an open-ended wrench on the
flats to move the gearchange pedal to the required position.
Tighten both nuts against the rod.
2
1
3
fig. 35
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To adjust the position of the rear brake lever, proceed as
follows:
Loosen the locknut (4).
Turn the pedal travel adjustment bolt (5) until the pedal is in
the desired position.
When finished, torque locknut (4) to 2.3 Nm.
Operate the pedal by hand to check that there is 1.5 – 2 mm
of freeplay before the brake bites
If not, adjust the length of the master cylinder pushrod as
follows.
Slacken off the locknut (6) on the pushrod.
Tighten the link on the fork (7) to increase play, or unscrew it
to reduce.
Tighten counter nut (6) to 7.5 Nm and check the play again.
6
7
4
5
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fig. 36
Main components and
devices
11
10
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Location (fig. 37)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
Fuel tank filler cap.
Seat lock.
Side stand.
Helmet cable pin
Steering damper.
Rear view mirrors.
Front fork adjusters.
Rear shock absorber adjusters.
Motorcycle track alignment linkage.
Exhaust silencer (see note on page 67).
Catalytic converter.
8
7
6
7
6
5
3
9
2
1
4
fig. 37
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Fuel tank filler cap (fig. 38)
Opening
Raise the cover (1) and insert the key into the lock. Give the
key a 1/4 turn clockwise to unlock.
Lift the cap.
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Closing
Close the cap with the key inserted and push it into its seat.
Turn the key anticlockwise to the initial position and
remove it. Replace the lock cover (1).
1
Notes
The cap can only be closed with the key inserted.
Warning
Always make sure you have properly closed the fuel
filler cap after refuelling (see page 68).
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fig. 38
Seat lock and helmet holder
Opening (fig. 39 and fig. 40)
Insert the key into the seat lock (1) and turn it clockwise
until the seat hook disengages with an audible click.
Slightly raise the rear of the seat (2) and lift it upwards
until it can be extracted.
The helmet cable is in the front part of the underseat
compartment. Pass the cable (A) through the helmet and fit
the ends of the cable into the hook. Leave the helmet
(fig. 40) hanging and refit the seat to secure it.
0
0
1
1
1
E
2
Warning
This device protects the helmet against theft when the
motorcycle is parked. Do not leave the helmet attached in
this way when riding the motorcycle, as it can interfere with
your movements and cause loss of control of the motorcycle.
The cable should be passed under the subframe from the LH
side. In any other position the cable will interfere with the
seat closure.
fig. 39
A
fig. 40
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Closing (fig. 41)
Fit the hooks on the base of the seat under the rear subframe.
Press down on the passenger seat until you hear the lock
engage with an audible click.
Make sure the seat is fully engaged by lightly pulling the
passenger seat upwards.
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fig. 41
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Sidestand (fig. 42)
Important
Before lowering the side stand, make sure that the
supporting surface is hard and flat.
Do not park on soft or pebbled ground or on asphalt melted
by the sun etc. or the motorcycle may fall over.
When parking on a slope, always park with the rear wheel
on the downhill side.
To pull down the side stand, hold the motorcycle handlebars
with both hands and push down the stand (1) with your
foot until it is fully extended. Tilt the motorcycle until the
sidestand is resting on the ground.
Notes
Check for proper operation of the stand mechanism
(two draw springs, one inside the other) and the safety
sensor (2) at regular intervals.
Notes
The engine can be started with the sidestand down
and the gearbox in neutral. If starting with a gear engaged,
pull in the clutch lever (in this case the sidestand must be up).
Warning
Do not sit on the motorcycle when it is supported on
the sidestand.
To move the side stand to its rest position (horizontal
position), tilt the motorcycle to the right and, at the
same time, lift the thrust arm (1) with your foot.
2
1
fig. 42
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Steering damper (fig. 43.1 and fig. 43.2)
The steering damper is located in front of the tank and
secured to the frame and steering head.
It helps improve steering accuracy and stability, and thus
also improves ride quality in any riding conditions.
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(1098S)
Turn the knob (1) clockwise for a harder setting,
anticlockwise for a softer setting.
Each adjustment position is identified by a click.
Warning (1098S)
Never attempt to adjust the knob (1) while riding,
or you may lose control of the motorcycle.
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1098
fig. 43.1
1098S
fig. 43.2
Front fork adjusters
1098
The front fork can be adjusted in rebound, compression and
preload.
The settings are adjusted by way of external adjuster screws:
1
1) to adjust rebound damping (fig. 44.1 and fig. 44.2);
2) to adjust inner spring preload (fig. 44.1 and fig. 44.2);
3) to adjust compression damping (fig. 45.1 and fig. 45.2).
2
Park the motorcycle in a stable position on its side stand.
To set rebound damping, turn the top adjuster (1) on each fork
leg with a small flat screwdriver (1098) or wrench (1098S).
As you turn the adjusting screws (1 and 3), you will hear them
click. Each click identifies a setting. The maximum damping is
obtained with the adjuster fully tightened to the “0” position.
Start with this position and turn counterclockwise. Count the
screw clicks, which correspond to position 1, 2 and so forth.
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A
fig. 44.1
1098S
1
2
fig. 44.2
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The STANDARD factory settings are as follows:
compression: 3/4 turns (1098), 8 clicks (1098S);
rebound:
12 clicks (1098), 10 clicks (1098S).
Spring preload: (A, fig. 35.1): 18 mm (1098), 8 mm (1098S).
3
To change the preload of the spring inside each fork leg,
turn the hex. adjusting nut (2, fig. 44.1 and fig. 44.2) with
a 22 mm hexagon wrench.
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Important
Adjust both fork legs to the same setting.
fig. 45.1
1098
3
1098S
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fig. 45.2
Shock absorber adjusters (fig. 46.1 and
fig. 46.2)
The shock absorber has outer adjusters that enable you to
adjust your motorcycle to the load.
Adjuster (1), located on the left-hand side at the point at
which the shock absorber is fixed to the swingarm,
controls rebound damping.
The adjuster (2) on the shock absorber expansion reservoir
controls compression damping.
Turn the adjusters (1 and 2) clockwise to stiffen the
damping or anti-clockwise to soften it.
(1098)
STANDARD setting:
from the fully closed position (turned fully clockwise), unscrew:
adjuster (1) by 2 turns
adjuster (2) by 2 turns
Spring preload: 28 mm.
(1098S)
STANDARD setting:
from the fully closed position (turned fully clockwise), unscrew:
adjuster (1) by 10 clicks;
adjuster (2) by 10 clicks;
Spring preload: 23 mm.
The two nuts (3) on the upper part of the shock absorber
serve to adjust the preload on the external spring. To
change spring preload, slacken off the upper ring nut.
Then tighten or loosen the lower ring nut to increase or
decrease spring preload as required.
2
1
E
3
fig. 46.1
1098
2
1
3
1098S
fig. 46.2
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Once the desired spring preload has been set, lock down the
upper ring nut.
Warning
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Use a pin wrench to turn the preload adjusting nut.
Take special care when turning the nut, to avoid injuring
your hand by striking it violently against other parts of the
motorcycle if the wrench suddenly slips off the nut while
turning.
Warning
The shock absorber is filled with gas under pressure
and may cause severe damage if taken apart by unskilled
persons.
If you plan to carry a passenger and luggage, adjust the rear
shock absorber spring load to the maximum setting to
improve the handling characteristics of the motorcycle and
to avoid the possibility of ground contact. It may also be
necessary to adjust the rebound damping accordingly.
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Changing motorcycle track alignment
(fig. 47, fig. 48 and fig. 49)
Motorcycle track alignment is the result of tests carried out
under different riding conditions by our technical staff.
Modifying the frame geometry is a very critical operation,
and can be dangerous if carried out by untrained persons.
Before changing the standard setting, measure the
reference value (H, fig. 47).
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The rider can modify track alignment according to his/her
needs by changing working position of the shock absorber.
To modify the ball joint centre distance (1) first slacken off
the locknuts (3).
H
fig. 47
Notes
Note that the lower nut (3) has a left-hand thread.
Use an open-end wrench on socket (4) of linkage (2).
Once the tie-rod length is adjusted correctly, tighten the
nuts (3) to 25 Nm.
1
3
Warning
The length of the tie-rod (2) between the centres of
the two eyes (1) should not exceed 285 mm.
2
4
3
1
fig. 48
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The maximum distance that the UNIBALL end fitting (A)
can be unscrewed from the tie-rod body is 5 threads, or
7.5 mm (B).
B
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A
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fig. 49
Riding the motorcycle
To allow all the mechanical moving parts in the motorcycle to
adapt to one another, and to avoid shortening the life of the
main engine components, it is advisable to avoid sudden
acceleration and running the engine at high rpm for too long,
especially uphill.
It is also advisable to check the drive chain frequently and
ensure that it is lubricated as required.
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Running-in precautions
Max. rpm (fig. 50)
Rpm limits to be observed during the running-in period and in
normal use:
1) Up to 1000 km;
2) From 1000 to 2500 km.
Up to 1000 km
During the first 1000 km, keep an eye on the tachometer.
The revs should never exceed:
5,500 to 6,000 min.
During the first hours of riding, it is advisable to continuously
vary the load on the engine and the rpm, though still
keeping within the above limits.
For this reason, roads with numerous bends and hilly areas
are ideal for running in the engine, brakes and suspension.
For the first 100 km, use the brakes gently. Do not brake
violently or keep brake applied for too long. This will enable a
correct break-in of friction material on brake pads against
brake discs.
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From 1000 to 2500 km
At this point, you can ask for more power from the engine,
being careful, however, never to exceed:
7000 min.
0 ÷ 1000 Km
1000 ÷ 2500 Km
Important
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Throughout the running-in period, be careful to stick to
the recommended maintenance schedule and periodic service
intervals indicated in the warranty booklet. Failure to follow
these instructions releases Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from
any liability whatsoever for any engine damage or shorter
engine life.
Keeping to the running-in recommendations will ensure
longer engine life and reduce the need for overhauls and
re-tuning.
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fig. 50
Pre-ride checks
Warning
Failure to carry out these checks before starting may
result in damage to the motorcycle and injury to the rider.
Before starting, check the following points:
Fuel level in the tank
Check the fuel level in the tank. Re-fuel if necessary (page 68).
Engine oil level
Check the oil level in the sump through the sight glass.
Top up if necessary (page 91).
Brake and clutch fluid
Check fluid level in the related reservoirs (page 76).
Coolant
Check coolant level in the expansion reservoir. Top up if
necessary (page 75).
Tyre condition
Check the pressure and condition of the tyres (page 89).
Controls
Operate the brake, clutch, throttle and gear change controls
(levers, pedals and twistgrip) to check that they function
correctly.
Lights and indicators
Make sure lights, indicators and horn work properly.
Replace any burnt-out bulbs (page 83).
Key locks
Check that the fuel filler cap (page 50) and the seat (page 51)
are locked.
Sidestand
Make sure the sidestand operates smoothly and is in the
correct position (page 53).
Warning
In case of malfunctioning, do not start the motorcycle
and call a DUCATI Dealer or Authorized Workshop.
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Starting the engine
Warning
Before starting the engine, familiarise yourself with
the controls that you will use when riding (page 10).
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Warning
Never start or run the engine in an enclosed space.
Exhaust gases are toxic and may lead to loss of
consciousness or even death within a short time.
1) Move the ignition key to ON (fig. 51.1 and fig. 51.2).
Check that both the green light N and the red light
on the instrument panel come on.
1098
fig. 51.1
1098S
fig. 51.2
Important
The oil pressure warning light should go out a few
seconds after the engine has started (page 11).
Warning
The side stand must be fully up (horizontal position),
otherwise the safety sensor prevents engine start-up.
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Notes
It is possible to start the engine with the side stand
down and the gearbox in neutral. If starting the motorcycle
with a gear engaged, pull the clutch lever (in this case the
side stand must be up).
2) Check that the stop switch (2, fig. 52) is positioned to
(RUN), then press the starter button (3, fig. 52).
This model has servo-assisted starting. To use the servoassisted starting feature, press the start button (3) and
release it immediately. When you press button (3) the
starter motor runs automatically for a period of time that
varies according to the engine temperature. The system
disengages the starter motor as soon as the engine starts.
If the engine fails to start, wait at least 2 seconds before
pressing the start button (3) again.
Allow the engine to start on its own, without turning the
throttle twistgrip.
2
E
3
fig. 52
Important
Do not rev the engine when cold. Allow some time for
the oil to warm up and reach all points that need lubricating.
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Moving off
Braking
1) Disengage the clutch by squeezing the clutch lever.
2) Push down the gearchange lever firmly with the tip of
your foot to engage first gear.
3) Speed up engine, by turning the throttle twistgrip and
slightly releasing the clutch lever at the same time. The
motorcycle will start moving off.
4) Release the clutch lever completely and accelerate.
5) To shift to the next gear up, close the throttle to
reduce engine speed, disengage the clutch, lift the gear
change lever and release the clutch lever.
To change down, proceed as follows: release the twistgrip,
pull the clutch lever, increase engine speed for a moment
to allow the gears to synchronize, shift down and release
the clutch.
The controls should be used intelligently and promptly:
when riding uphill do not hesitate to shift down as soon as
the motorcycle tends to slow down, so you will avoid lugging
the engine and stressing the motorcycle abnormally.
Slow down in time, change down to use the engine brake,
then apply both brakes. Pull the clutch lever before stopping
the motorcycle, to avoid sudden engine stop.
Important
Avoid sudden acceleration, as this may lead to
misfiring and transmission snatching. The clutch lever should
not be pulled longer than necessary after gear is engaged,
otherwise friction parts may overheat and wear out.
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Warning
Use both brake lever and pedal for effective braking.
Using only one of the brakes will give you less braking power.
Never use the brake controls harshly or suddenly as you may
lock the wheels and lose control of the motorcycle.
When riding in the rain or on slippery surfaces, braking
capacity is significantly reduced. Always use the brakes very
gently and carefully when riding under these conditions.
Any sudden manoeuvres may lead to loss of control.
When riding down long, steep downhill slopes, change
down to use engine braking. Apply the brakes intermittently
for brief periods only. Keeping the brakes applied
continuously causes the friction material to overheat and
dangerously reduces braking effectiveness. Under-inflated
or over-inflated tyres reduce braking efficiency and may
adversely affect safe riding and road-holding on bends.
Stopping the motorcycle
Reduce speed, shift down and release the throttle twistgrip.
Change down to engage first gear and then neutral. Apply
the brakes and bring the motorcycle to a complete stop.
Switch the engine off by turning the key to OFF (page 41).
Warning
Using padlocks or other locks designed to prevent
movement of the motorcycle (such as brake disc locks, rear
sprocket locks, and so on) is very dangerous, and may impair
motorcycle operation and the safety of rider and passenger.
Parking
E
Stop and park the motorcycle on the side stand (see page 53).
To prevent theft, turn the handlebar fully left and turn the
ignition key to the LOCK position.
If you park in a garage or other facility, make sure that
there is proper ventilation and that the motorcycle is not
near a source of heat.
If necessary, you can leave the side lights on by turning the
key to position P.
Important
Do not leave the key at P for long periods or the
battery will run down. Never leave the motorcycle
unattended with the ignition key inserted.
Warning
The exhaust system might be hot, even after engine is
switched off; take special care not to touch exhaust system
with any part of your body and do not park the motorcycle
next to inflammable material (wood, leaves etc.).
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Refuelling (fig. 53)
Do not overfill the tank when refuelling. The fuel level should
always be below the rim of the filler recess.
Max level
Warning
E
Use fuel with low lead content and an original octane
number of 95 minimum (see table “Fluids and lubricants”
on page 100).
Check that no fuel is trapped in the filler cap recess.
fig. 53
68
Toolkit and accessories (fig. 54)
The compartment under the pillion seat contains:
use and maintenance manual;
helmet fastening cable;
toolkit consisting of:
- spark plug wrench;
- Tommy bar for spark plug wrench;
- double-ended screwdriver.
E
fig. 54
69
USB DAQ (for 1098S only)
A USB DAQ (1) is supplied in kit form. To use it, place it
under the seat with the cap (2) fitted and the (3) from the
main wiring harness connected.
Refer to the “USB DAQ” procedure in the paragraph “LCD –
How to set/display parameters”.
1
E
fig. 55
3
1
2
fig. 56
70
Main Use and Maintenance
Operations
Side body panels
Remove the side fairings with the Allen key in the underseat
compartment by undoing:
the two screws (1) securing the body panels to the brackets;
the six screws (2) securing the body panels to the headlamp
fairing;
the four screws (3) securing the body panels to the frame;
the two screws (4) under the panels, which join the right
panel to the left panel;
the two screws (5) securing the body panels to the oil cooler;
the two front screws (6, fig. 58) securing the body panels to
the headlamp fairing.
Removing the fairing
Some parts of the motorcycle fairing have to be removed for
certain maintenance or repair operations.
Warning
If parts that have been removed are not refitted
correctly they may become loose suddenly while riding and
cause you to lose control of your motorcycle.
3
2
Important
1
On refitting the headlamp fairing, always refit the nylon
washers in correspondence with the retaining screws to avoid
damaging the painted parts and the Plexiglas windshield.
5
4
fig. 57
71
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Notes
Make sure that the splashguard remains clear of the
fastening to the body panels.
Notes
6
To refit the left body panel, lower the side stand and
pass it through the opening in the body panel.
E
fig. 58
72
Rear-view mirrors
Unscrew the fastening screws (1) of the rear-view mirror.
Release the pins (2) from the retaining clips attached to the
headlamp fairing bracket (3). Slip off the rubber gaiter (4)
and disconnect the turn signal indicator connectors (5).
Repeat the process for the other rear-view mirror.
Important
E
On refitting, smear the threads of the screws (1) with
“medium-strength threadlocker”.
fig. 59
fig. 60
73
Headlamp fairing
Notes
1
To remove the headlamp fairing, the rear-view mirrors
and side body panels must first be removed, as described
above.
E
Unscrew the two rear screws (1) securing the headlamp
fairing to the headlamp bracket.
Notes
After refitting the headlamp fairing, refit the side body
panels and rear-view mirrors.
fig. 61
74
Checking and topping up the coolant
(fig. 62)
3
Check the coolant level in the expansion reservoir on the
right side of the motorcycle. It should be between the two
marks (1) and (2). Mark (2) indicates MAX level, and mark (1)
indicates MIN level.
Top up if below the MIN level.
2
1
MAX
Remove right-side body panel (page 71).
Unscrew the plug (3, fig. 62) and add a mixture of water
and SHELL Advance Coolant antifreeze or Glycoshell
(35-40% volume) up to MAX mark.
Re-attach the plug (3) and reassemble all removed parts.
This type of mixture gives the best operating conditions
(the coolant starts to freeze at –20 °C/-4 °F).
E
MIN
fig. 62
Cooling circuit capacity: 2.8 dm3 (litres).
Warning
Place the motorcycle on a flat surface (vertically),
and make sure the engine is cold before proceeding.
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Checking the brake and clutch fluid level
E
The level must not fall below the MIN mark on the
corresponding reservoir (fig. 63) (the figure shows the
front and rear brake fluid reservoirs).
If level drops below the limit, air can get into the circuit
and make the system ineffective.
Brake and clutch fluid must be topped up and changed at the
intervals specified in the routine maintenance table (see
Warranty Card) by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Workshop.
Important
It is recommended that all brake and clutch hoses be
renewed every four years.
Brake system
If there is excessive play on the brake lever or pedal,
and brake pads are still in good condition, contact a
Ducati Dealer or Authorized Workshop to have the
system inspected and air bled from the circuit.
Warning
Brake and clutch fluid is harmful to paintwork and
plastic parts, so do not allow it to come into contact with
them. Hydraulic oil is corrosive and can cause damage and
injuries. Never mix oils of different qualities.
Check that the seals are in good condition.
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fig. 63
Clutch system
If the control lever has excessive play and the transmission
snatches or jams when engaging a gear, then there is probably
air in the circuit. Contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized
Workshop, who will check the system and bleed the circuit.
Warning
The level of clutch fluid tends to increase in the
reservoir as the friction material on the clutch plates
wears out. Do not exceed the specified level (3 mm
above the minimum level).
E
fig. 64
77
Checking brake pads for wear
MIN
(fig. 65.1 and fig. 65.2)
1 mm
The brake pads are marked with wear indicators so that
they can be checked without removing them from the
calipers. If the grooves in the friction material are still
visible, the pad is still in good condition.
E
Important
Have the brake pads replaced at a Ducati Dealer or
Authorized Workshop.
1098
1 mm
1098S
78
fig. 65.1
fig. 65.2
Lubricating cables and joints
The condition of the outer sheath on the throttle and
cold start cables should be checked at regular intervals.
The outer cables should show no signs of kinking or cracking.
Operate the controls to make sure the inner cables slide
smoothly inside the outer cables: if you feel any friction or
catching, have the cable replaced by a Ducati Dealer or
Authorized Service Centre.
To avoid this inconvenience, in the case of the throttle cable,
we recommend opening the throttle control by unscrewing
the two fastening screws (1, fig. 66) and greasing the cable
ends and pulley with SHELL Advance Grease or Retinax LX2.
Warning
Close the twistgrip housing carefully, inserting the
cable in the race.
E
1
fig. 66
Refit the housing and tighten the screws (1) to 10 Nm.
To ensure that the joint on the side stand works smoothly,
clean off any dirt and apply SHELL Alvania R3 to all points
subject to friction.
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1,5÷2 mm ➤
The throttle twistgrip must have free travel of 1.5–2.0 mm
(measured on the twistgrip rim) in all steering positions. If
necessary, adjust using the adjusters (1 and 2, fig. 68) located
on the steering tube on the left side of the motorcycle.
The adjuster (1) is for throttle opening, and adjuster (2) is for
throttle closing.
Peel back the sleeves to access the adjusters and slacken
the locknuts. Adjust both adjusters by the same amount: turn
clockwise to increase free play, anti-clockwise to decrease
free play. When finished, tighten the locknuts and replace
the sleeves.
➤
Adjustment of the throttle cable free play
1,5÷2 mm
fig. 67
1
2
fig. 68
80
Charging the battery (fig. 69)
Warning
Before charging the battery, it is best to remove it from the
motorcycle.
Remove the left-hand body panel (page 71), unscrew the
screw (1) and remove the mounting bracket (2). Always
disconnect the black negative terminal first, then the red
positive terminal (+).
Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Charge the battery at 0.9 A for 5 to 10 hours.
E
Warning
The battery produces explosive gases: keep it away
from heat sources and flames.
Charge the battery in a well-ventilated area.
Connect the battery charger leads to the battery terminals:
red to positive terminal (+), black to negative terminal (-).
Important
Connect the battery to the charger before switching
on: failure to do so can result in sparking at the battery
terminals, which could ignite the gases inside the cells.
Always connect the red positive terminal (+) first.
Replace the battery in its holder (3), then connect the terminals.
Apply some grease on the fastening screws to improve the
conductivity and fasten the bracket (2) with the screw (1).
1
3
-
+
2
fig. 69
81
Checking the chain tension (fig. 70)
Important
Important
Using non-specific lubricants may cause severe
damage to the chain and the front and rear sprocket.
Have the chain tensioned at a Ducati Dealer or
Authorized Workshop.
With the motorcycle on the side stand, press down the
chain with a finger. Then release and measure the distance
between the surface of the shoe and the centre of the pin
below it. The reading should be between 33 and 35 mm.
Warning
Correct tightening of the tensioner counter nuts (1) is
essential for rider safety.
Important
An incorrectly tensioned chain will cause the rapid
wear of transmission parts.
Lubricating the drive chain
The chain fitted on your motorcycle has O-rings that keep
dirt out of and lubricant inside the sliding parts.
So as not to damage these seals when cleaning the chain,
use special solvents and avoid aggressive washing with
high-pressure steam cleaners.
After cleaning, blow the chain dry with compressed air or
wipe with an absorbent material, then lubricate each link
with SHELL Advance Chain or Advance Teflon Chain.
.
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33÷35 mm
fig. 70
82
Changing the high and low beam bulbs
1
Before replacing a burnt-out bulb, make sure that the new
one matches the voltage and wattage specifications in the
“Electrical System” paragraph on page 106. Always check
that the new bulb works before refitting removed parts.
Figure 71 shows the position of the low beam (LO), high
beam (HI) and parking light (1) bulbs.
LO
HI
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Headlight
To gain access to the left-hand bulb, remove the cover (2)
(see page 74) by pressing the lever (A).
Rotate the locking ring nut (3) of the upper bulb body
anti-clockwise and extract the burnt-out bulb. Replace
with a bulb of equal rating.
On refitting, rotate the locking ring nut (3) clockwise to
secure the bulb in place.
The right-hand bulb is replaced in the same way.
fig. 71
A
3
2
fig. 72
83
Notes
The main wiring harness cable does not need to be
disconnected to replace the headlight bulbs.
Notes
E
Be careful to hold the new bulb at the base only.
Never touch the transparent body with your fingers;
this could darken it and thus reduce the brightness.
Refitting
After changing the burnt-out bulb, replace the cover and
close it by pressing it against the lever.
84
Changing the parking light bulb
To reach the parking lights (1), place your hand inside the
headlight support and take the bulb-holders out of their
seats. Turn the bulb retaining ring (1) anti-clockwise and
remove the burnt-out bulb.
Renew the burnt-out bulb.
On refitting, turn the bulbs (1) clockwise to secure.
1
E
fig. 73
85
Rear turn signal indicators (fig. 74)
E
To change the rear turn signal indicator bulbs, give the
indicator body (1) a quarter turn, hold it with the lens
upward and take it out of the indicator support.
The bulb has a bayonet-type end fitting: to remove it, push it
in and turn it counter-clockwise. Push in the new bulb and
turn it clockwise until it clicks into place. Refit the indicator
body (3) to its support and rotate it by a quarter of a turn.
1
2
fig. 74
Number plate light (fig. 75)
To access the number plate light bulb, unscrew the screw (3)
securing the cover (4). Remove the bulb and replace it.
4
3
fig. 75
86
Headlight aim (fig. 76)
To check the headlight aim, place the motorcycle upright
with the tyres inflated to the correct pressure and one person
sitting astride the motorcycle. The motorcycle should be
perfectly vertical, with its longitudinal axis at right angles to a
wall or screen at a distance of 10 metres. Draw a horizontal
line at the height of the centre of the headlamp and a
vertical one at the longitudinal axis of the motorcycle.
If possible, perform this check in conditions of low ambient
light.
Switch on the low beam headlight.
The height of the light spot (measured at the upper limit
between dark and lighted-up area) should not exceed 9/10th
of the height from ground of headlamp centre.
9 x
10
x
E
10 m
fig. 76
Notes
This procedure is the one specified by Italian
regulations for checking the maximum height of light beams.
Owners in other countries should adapt this procedure to the
regulations in force in the country where the motorcycle is
used.
87
E
The horizontal position of the left-hand headlamp is set by
means of the adjusting screw (1, fig. 77) behind the
headlamp. Turn the screw clockwise and the beam will
shift to the right; turning the screw anti-clockwise will
shift the beam to the left.
The vertical position of the left-hand headlamp is set by
means of the adjusting screw (2, fig. 77) behind the
headlamp. Turn the screw clockwise to lower the beam or
anti-clockwise to raise it.
Repeat the above procedure to adjust the right-hand
headlamp.
1
2
fig. 77
Rear view mirror adjustment (fig. 78)
The rear view mirror is adjusted manually by pressing at
position (A).
A
fig. 78
88
Tubeless tyres
Front tyre pressure:
2.1 bar – 2.3 kg/cm2
Rear tyre pressure:
2.2 bar – 2.4 kg/cm2
Tyre pressures are affected by temperature and altitude
variations, so you are advised to check and adjust them
whenever you are riding in areas with wide variations in
temperature or altitude.
Important
Check and adjust the pressures with the tyres cold.
To prevent distortion of the front wheel rim, increase tyre
pressure by 0.2 - 0.3 bar when riding on bumpy roads.
Tyre repair or replacement (Tubeless)
In the event of a minor puncture, tubeless tyres will take a
long time to deflate, as they tend to keep air inside. If you
find that one of the tyres is slightly deflated, check the tyre
for slow punctures.
Warning
Punctured tyres must be renewed.
Replace with tyres of the original brand and type.
Be sure to tighten the valve dust caps securely to prevent
leaks while riding. Never use tube type tyres. Failure to
heed this warning may lead to sudden tyre bursting and to
serious danger to rider.
After replacing a tyre, the wheel must be balanced.
Important
Do not remove or alter the position of the wheel
balancing weights.
Notes
If tyres need changing, contact a Ducati Dealer
or Authorized Service Centre to make sure wheels are
removed and refitted correctly.
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Minimum tread depth
Measure the tread depth (S, fig. 79) at the point where the
tread is most worn.
It should not be less than 2 mm, and in any case not less
than the legal limit.
S
Important
E
Visually inspect the tyres at regular intervals for cracks
and cuts, especially on the side walls, and bulges or large
stains that indicate internal damage. Replace them if badly
damaged.
Remove any stones or other foreign bodies stuck in the
tread.
fig. 79
90
Checking the engine oil level (fig. 80)
Check the engine oil level through the sight glass (1) on the
clutch cover. When checking oil level, the motorcycle should
be upright and the engine cold. Oil level should be between
the marks next to the sight glass. Top up oil level with
SHELL Advance Ultra 4, if low. Undo the filler plug (2) and
top up to correct level. Replace the filler cap.
1
2
E
Important
To replace the engine oil and filters at the intervals
specified in the maintenance table in the Warranty Booklet,
contact a Ducati dealer or authorized workshop.
Oil viscosity
SAE 10W-40
The other viscosity degrees indicated in the table can be
used if the local average temperature is within the limits
specified for that oil viscosity.
fig. 80
10W
Unigrade
20
Multigrade
20W
20W–40 20W–50
30
40
15W–40 15W–50
10W–40
10W–30
–10
0
10
20
30
40 C
91
(fig. 81)
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Spark plugs are an important part of the engine and should
be checked at regular intervals.
Spark plug condition provides a good measure of engine
condition.
Have the spark plugs inspected or replaced at a Ducati Dealer
or Authorized Workshop. Firstly, they will check the colour of
the ceramic insulator of the central electrode: an even brown
colour is a sign that the engine is in good running order.
Notes
Secondly, they will check the central electrode for
wear and measure electrode gap. Electrode gap should be:
0.6÷0.7 mm.
Important
A gap outside the specified limits will adversely affect
engine performance and may lead to difficult starting or
erratic idling.
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0,6 ÷ 0,7 mm
Cleaning and renewing the spark plugs
1
fig. 81
General cleaning
To preserve the original shine on metal surfaces and
paintwork, wash and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals
depending on the type of use and according to the particular
road conditions. Use specific products, where possible
biodegradable. Avoid aggressive detergents or solvents.
Warning
There may be loss of braking efficiency immediately
after washing the motorcycle. Never grease or lubricate
the brake discs as this would cause loss of braking
effectiveness. Clean the discs with an oil-free solvent.
Important
E
Do not wash your motorcycle immediately after use,
as marks can form due to evaporation of the water on hot
surfaces. Never clean the motorcycle using hot or highpressure water jets. Cleaning the motorcycle with water
cleaners may lead to seizure or severe failure of front fork,
wheel hub assembly, electric system, front fork seals,
air inlets or exhaust silencers and adversely affect the
operation of motorcycle safety features.
If parts of the engine are unusually dirty or greasy, use a
degreasing agent, avoiding contact with transmission
components (chain, front and rear sprockets, etc.). Rinse
with warm water and dry all surfaces with chamois leather.
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Storing the motorcycle
Important notes
If the motorcycle is to be left unused for a long period, it is
advisable to carry out the following operations first:
clean the motorcycle;
drain the fuel from fuel tank;
pour a few drops of engine oil into the cylinders through the
spark plug seats, then crank the engine by hand a few times
to form a protective film of oil on the cylinder inner walls;
place the motorcycle on the paddock stand;
disconnect and remove the battery.
If the motorcycle has been left unused for more than a
month, the battery should be checked and re-charged if
necessary.
Protect the motorcycle with a special motorcycle cover
that will not damage the paintwork or retain moisture.
This type of motorcycle cover is available from Ducati
Performance.
The legislation in some countries (France, Germany,
Great Britain, Switzerland etc.) sets certain noise and
pollution standards.
Periodically carry out the required checks and renew parts as
necessary, using Ducati original spare parts, in compliance
with the regulations in the country concerned.
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Maintenance
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Programmed maintenance plan: operations to be carried out by the dealer
km x1000
List of operations and frequency
(distance or time interval *)
miles x1000
Months
Change the engine oil
Change the engine oil filter
1
12
24
36
48
60
0,6
7,5
15
22,5
30
37,5
6
12
24
36
48
60
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Clean the engine oil pick-up filter
Check the engine oil pressure
Check and/or adjust the valve clearances (1)
Check the tension of the timing belts (1)
•
•
Renew the timing belts
Check and clean the spark plugs. Renew if necessary
Check and clean the air filter (1)
Change the air filter
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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km x1000
List of operations and frequency
(distance or time interval *)
miles x1000
Months
1
12
24
36
48
60
0,6
7,5
15
22,5
30
37,5
6
12
24
36
48
60
•
•
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•
•
•
Check throttle body synchronisation and idle speed setting (1)
Check the brake and clutch fluid levels
E
Change the clutch and brake fluid
Check and adjust the brake and clutch control cables
Check/lubricate the throttle/cold start cable
Check tyre pressure and wear
Check the brake pads. Renew if necessary
Check the steering head bearings
Check the drive chain tension, alignment and lubrication
Check the clutch disc pack. Renew if necessary (1)
Check coolant level
•
•
•
•
Change the coolant
Check operation of electric fans and sealing of coolant circuit
•
Check the rear wheel cush drive
Check the wheel hub bearings
Check the indicators and lighting
Check tightness of nuts and bolts securing the engine to the frame
Check the sidestand
Check tightness of the front wheel axle nut
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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km x1000
List of operations and frequency
(distance or time interval *)
miles x1000
Months
1
12
24
36
48
60
0,6
7,5
15
22,5
30
37,5
6
12
24
36
48
60
•
•
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•
•
Check tightness of the rear wheel axle nut
Check the external fuel hoses
Change the front fork oil
Check the forks and rear shock absorber for oil leaks
Check the front sprocket retaining bolts
General lubrication and greasing
Check and recharge the battery
Road test the motorcycle
General cleaning
•
E
* Service operation to be carried out in accordance with the specified distance or time intervals (km, miles or months),
whichever occurs first.
(1) Operation to be carried out only at the specified distance intervals.
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Programmed maintenance plan: operations to be carried out by the dealer
km x1000
List of operations and frequency
(distance or time interval *)
miles x1000
Months
E
Check the engine oil level
Check the brake and clutch fluid levels
Check tyre pressure and wear
Check the drive chain tension and lubrication
Check the brake pads. If necessary, contact your dealer to renew pads
1
0,6
6
•
•
•
•
•
* Service operation to be carried out in accordance with the specified distance or time intervals (km, miles or months),
whichever occurs first.
98
Technical data
Running order without fluids and battery:
173 kg (1098);
171 kg (1098S).
Fully laden:
390 kg.
Overall dimensions (mm) (fig. 82)
Weights
Warning
Running order without fuel:
188 kg (1098);
186 kg (1098S).
Failure to observe weight limits could result in poor
handling and impair the performance of your motorcycle,
and could result in loss of control.
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1100±20
875±20
730±20
120±20
1430±20
2100±20
fig. 82
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Fluids and lubricants
Type
3
Fuel tank, including a reserve of 4 dm (litres)
Unleaded fuel with 95 fuel octane rating (at least)
15.5 dm3 (litres).
Lubrication circuit
SHELL - Advance Ultra 4
3.7 dm3 (litres).
Front/rear brake and clutch circuits
Special hydraulic system fluid SHELL Advance
Brake Dot 4
—
Protection for electrical contacts
SHELL - Advance Contact Cleaner spray for
electric systems
—
Front fork for 1098 only
SHELL - Advance Fork 7.5 or Donax TA
439 cc (per leg)
Front fork for 1098S only
SHELL - Advance Fork 7.5 or Donax TA
155 mm (per leg)
oil level
Cooling system
SHELL - Advance Coolant antifreeze or
Glycoshell 35-40% + water
2.3 dm3 (litres).
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Important
Do not use additives in fuel or lubricants.
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Engine
Desmodromic timing system (fig. 83)
Longitudinal 90º “L” twin cylinder, four-stroke.
Bore (mm):
104
Stroke (mm):
64.7
Total displacement cm3:
1099
Compression ratio:
12.5±0.5:1
Max power at crankshaft (95/1/EC), kW/HP:
113 kW/154 HP at 9,750 rpm
Max torque at crankshaft (95/1/EC):
116 Nm @ 8,000 rpm
Max rotation speed, rpm:
10,700
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Opening (or upper) rocker arm;
Opening (upper) rocker shim;
Closing (lower) rocker shim;
Return spring for lower rocker;
Closing (lower) rocker;
Camshaft;
Valve.
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Performance data
Maximum speed in any gear should be reached only after
the correct running-in period with the motorcycle properly
serviced at the recommended intervals.
Important
6
2
1
Do not exceed the specified rpm limits in any running
conditions.
Timing system
Desmodromic (type) with four valves per cylinder, operated
by eight rocker arms (4 opening rockers and 4 closing
rockers) and two overhead camshafts. It is operated by the
crankshaft through spur gears, belt rollers and toothed belts.
3
2
5
4
7
1
5
fig. 83
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Spark plugs
Make:
NGK.
Type:
MAR10A-J.
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Fuel system
MARELLI indirect electronic injection
Throttle body diameter:
60 mm.
Injectors per cylinder: 1.
Holes per injector: 12.
Fuel supply: 95-98 RON.
Brakes
Front
With double semi-floating drilled disc.
Braking surface material:
steel.
Flange material:
aluminium.
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Disc diameter:
330 mm.
Hydraulically operated by a control lever on right handlebar.
Make of brake callipers:
BREMBO.
Type:
34-4 pistons.
M4-34.
Friction material:
TT 2910.
Master cylinder type:
PR18/19.
Rear
With fixed drilled steel disc.
Disc diameter:
245 mm.
Hydraulically operated by pedal on R.H. side.
Make:
BREMBO.
Type:
P34c pistons.
Friction material:
FERIT I/D 450 FF
Master cylinder type:
PS 11 b.
Warning
The brake fluid used in the brake system is corrosive.
In the event of accidental contact with eyes or skin, wash
the affected area with copious amounts of running water.
Transmission
Dry clutch operated by a control lever on left handlebar.
Transmission from engine to gearbox main shaft via spur
gears.
Final drive ratio:
32/59.
6-speed gearbox with constant mesh gears, gear
change pedal on left side of motorcycle.
Final drive ratio:
15/38.
Total gear ratios:
1st 15/37
2nd 17/30
3rd 20/28
4th 22/26
5th 23/24
6th 24/23
Drive transmitted from gearbox to rear wheel via chain:
Make:
DID.
Type:
525 HV 2.
Dimensions:
5/8"x5/16".
No. of links:
97+1 joining link.
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Important
The above gear ratios are approved and should not be
modified under any circumstances.
However, if you wish to tune up your motorcycle for
competitive trials, you may refer to Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.
who will be glad to provide information about the special ratios
available. Contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Workshop.
Warning
For replacement of the rear sprocket, contact a
Ducati Dealer or Authorized Workshop. Incorrect
replacement of this component could seriously compromise
your safety and cause irreparable damage to the motorcycle.
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Frame
ALS 450 steel tube trellis frame
Steering angle (on each side):
28° 30'.
Wheels
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Five-Y-spoke, light-alloy rims.
Front
Dimensions:
MT 3.50x17".
Rear
Dimensions:
MT 6.00x17".
The wheel shaft can be removed.
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Tyres
Front
Radial tubeless tyre.
Size:
120/70-ZR17.
Rear
Radial tubeless tyre.
Size:
190/55-ZR17.
Suspension
Front
Hydraulic upside-down fork provided with outer adjuster
for rebound, compression, and preload (for inner springs of
fork legs).
Stanchion diameter:
43 mm with TIO treatment (1098);
43 mm with TIN treatment (1098S);
Travel along leg axis:
127 mm;
120 mm.
Exhaust system
Equipped with catalytic converter in compliance with Euro 3
emission regulations.
USA model: not catalyzed.
Available colours
Ducati anniversary red code no. F_473.101 (PPG)
red frame with black wheels.
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Rear
Progressive type, using a rocker arm connecting frame
and upper pivot point of the shock absorber.
The shock absorber is adjustable for rebound, compression,
and spring preload. At the bottom pivot point it is connected
to a light-alloy swingarm. The swingarm hinges on a pivot
pin passing through the frame and engine.
This system gives the motorcycle excellent stability.
Shock absorber travel:
59.5 mm.
Wheel travel:
127 mm.
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Electrical system
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The main components of the electrical system are:
Headlight:
bulb type: 2 x H11 (12 V-55 W).
side light:
bulb type: 2 x H16W (12 V-6 W).
Electrical controls on handlebars:
turn indicators:
Front: LED.
Rear: bulb type: R10W (12 V-10 W) orange.
Horn.
Stop light switches.
Battery, 12 V-10 Ah.
Alternator 12 V-480 W.
Electronic voltage regulator (rectifier), protected by a 30 A
fuse near the battery.
Starter motor, 12 V-0,7 kW.
Tail light and brake light:
LED.
Number plate light:
bulb type: W5W (12 V-5 W).
Notes
See “Replacing bulbs” on page 83 for relevant
instructions.
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Fuses
The main fuse box (1,fig. 84) is located on the left of the
frame. To expose the fuses, take off the protective cover.
The cover indicates mounting positions and ampere ratings.
The fuse (2) protects the electronic regulator. Remove the
protective cap to access the fuses.
A blown fuse is identified by a broken inner filament (3, fig. 86).
Important
To avoid possible short circuits, switch the ignition
key to OFF before replacing the fuse.
Warning
Never use a fuse with a rating other than that specified.
Failure to observe this rule may damage the electric system
or even cause fire.
3
3
E
1
IN GOOD CONDITION
fig. 84
BLOWN
fig. 86
2
fig. 85
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Key to the electrical system / injection system
diagram
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1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
24)
25)
26)
27)
28)
29)
Right-hand handlebar switch
Key switch
Left electric fan
Right electric fan
Starter motor
Starter contactor
Battery
Regulator fuse
Regulator
Alternator
Rear right-turn signal
Tail light
Number plate light
Rear left-turn signal
Fuel tank
Stepper motor
Injection relay
Self-diagnosis
Horizontal cylinder coil
Vertical cylinder coil
Horizontal cylinder spark plug
Vertical cylinder spark plug
Horizontal cylinder injector
Vertical cylinder injector
Throttle position sensor
Rpm/timing sensor
Coolant temperature sensor
Speed sensor
Side stand
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30)
31)
32)
33)
34)
35)
36)
37)
38)
39)
40)
41)
42)
43)
44)
45)
46)
47)
48)
49)
50)
51)
52)
Horn
Neutral switch
Oil pressure switch
Rear brake light switch
ECU
Fuses
Clutch switch
Front brake light switch
LH handlebar switch
Transponder antenna
Air temperature sensor
Finish line sensor
Dashboard
Lights relay
Front left turn indicator
Headlight
RH side light
Front right turn signal
EX-UP motor
Fan relay
LH side light
Data Acquisition
Lambda sensor
Wire colour coding
B Blue
W White
V Violet
Bk Black
Y Yellow
R Red
Lb Light blue
Gr Grey
G Green
Bn Brown
O Orange
P Pink
Legend of fuse boxes (fig. 84 and fig. 85)
Pos.
Device
Val.
1
Key-on
10 A
2
Lights
15 A
3
Device
15 A
4
Instrument panel
5A
5
Injection
20 A
6
Engine Electronic Control Unit
5A
7
Fans
7.5 A
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Notes
The electrical system wiring diagram is at the end of
this manual.
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Periodic maintenance record
km
1000
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12000
24000
36000
48000
60000
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Name of
Ducati Service
Mileage
Date
For United States of America
version Only
Safety warnings
Traffic Rules vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Know the
regulations in your jurisdiction before riding this motorcycle.
Warning
Reporting of safety defects
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could
cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should
immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Ducati North
America. If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open
an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a
group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign.
However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual
problems between you, your dealer, or Ducati North
America. To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto
Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-800-424-9393 (or 366-0123
in Washington, D.C. area) or write to: NHTSA, U.S.
Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. 20590.
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle
safety from the Hotline.
Noise emission warranty
Ducati Motor S.p.A. warrants that this exhaust system, at
the time of sale, meets all applicable U.S. EPA Federal noise
standards. This warranty extends to the first person who buys
this exhaust system for purposes other than resale, and to all
subsequent buyers. Warranty claims should be directed to:
Ducati North America,
10443 Bandley Drive, Cupertino, California, 95014
Tel: 001.408.253.0499 - Fax: 001.408.253.4099.
Noise and exhaust emission control
system information
Source of Emissions
The combustion process produces carbon monoxide and
hydrocarbons. Control of hydrocarbons is very important
because under certain conditions, they react to form
photochemical smog when subjected to sunlight.
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USA
This motorcycle is designed and intended for use on
streets and other smooth, paved areas only. Do not use this
motorcycle on unpaved surfaces. Such use could lead to
upset or other accident.
USA
E
Carbon monoxide does not react in the same way, but is
toxic. Ducati utilizes lean carburetor settings and other
systems to reduce carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.
(2) the use of the vehicle after such device or element of
design has been removed or rendered inoperative by any
person.
Exhaust Emission Control System
The Exhaust Emission Control System is composed of lean
carburetor settings, and no adjustments should be made
except idle speed adjustments with the throttle stop screw.
The Exhaust Emission Control System is separate from
the crankcase emission control system.
Among those acts presumed to constitute
tampering are the acts listed below:
(1) Removal of, or puncturing the muffler, baffles, header
pipes or any other component which conducts exhaust gases.
(2) Removal or puncturing of any part of the intake system.
(3) Lack of proper maintenance.
(4) Replacing any moving part of the vehicle, or parts of
the exhaust or intake system, with parts other than those
specified by the manufacturer.
This product should be checked for repair or replacement if
the motorcycle noise has increased significantly through use.
Otherwise, the owner may become subject to penalties
under state and local ordinances.
Crankcase Emission Control System
The engine is equipped with a closed crankcase system
to prevent discharging crankcase emissions into the
atmosphere. Blow-by gas is returned to the combustion
chamber through the air cleaner and the throttle body.
Evaporative Emission Control System
California motorcycles are equipped with an evaporative
emission control system which consists of a charcoal
canister and associated piping. This system prevents the
escape of fuel vapors from the throttle body and fuel tank.
Tampering warning
Tampering with Noise Control System Prohibited. Federal
Law prohibits the following acts or causing thereof:
(1) the removal or rendering inoperative by any person, other
than for purposes of maintenance, repair, or replacement, of
any device or element of design incorporated into any new
vehicle for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or
delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use; or
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Problems that may affect motorcycle emissions
If you are aware of any of the following symptoms, have the
vehicle inspected and repaired by your local Ducati dealer.
Symptoms:
Hard starting or stalling after starting.
Rough idle.
Misfiring or backfiring during acceleration.
After-burning (backfiring).
Poor performance (driveability) and poor economy.
The points given below are applicable for every day
motorcycle use and shoud be carefully observed for safe
and effective vehicle operation.
A motorcycle does not provide the impact protection of
an automobile, so defensive riding in addition to wearing
protective apparel is extremely important.
Do not let protective apparel give you a false sense of security.
Before changing lanes, look over your shoulder to make sure
the way is clear. Do not rely solely on the rear view mirror;
you may misjudge a vehicle’s distance and speed, or you
may not see it at all.
When going up steep slopes, shift to a lower gear so that
there is plenty of power to spare rather than overloading
the engine.
When applying the brakes, use both the front and rear
brakes. Applying only one brake for sudden braking may
cause the motorcycle to skid and lose control.
When going down long slopes, control vehicle speed
by closing the throttle. Use the front and rear brakes for
auxiliary braking.
Riding at the proper rate of speed and avoiding unnecessarily
fast acceleration are important not only for safety and low
fuel consumption but also for long vehicle life and quieter
operation.
When riding in wet conditions or on loose roadway surfaces,
the ability to maneuver will be reduced. All of your actions
should be smooth under these conditions. Sudden
acceleration, braking or turning may cause loss of control.
When the roadway is wet, rely more on the throttle to
control vehicle speed and less on the front and rear brakes.
The throttle should also be used judiciously to avoid skidding
the rear wheel from too rapid acceleration or deceleration.
On rough roads, exercise caution, slow down, and grip the
fuel tank with your knees for better stability.
When quick acceleration is necessary as in passing, shift to
a lower gear to obtain the necessary power.
Do not down shift at too high an r.p.m. to avoid damage to
the engine from overreving.
Avoiding unnecessary weaving is important to the safety of
both the rider and other motorists.
Do not exceed the legal speed limit or drive too fast for
existing conditions. High speed increases the influence of
any condition affecting stability and the loss of control.
Operate motorcycle only at moderate speed and out of
traffic until you have become thoroughly familiar with its
operation and handling characteristics under all conditions.
This is a very high performance motorcycle, designed and
intended for use by experienced careful riders only!
A new motorcycle must be operated according to a special
break-in procedure (see Running in recommendations).
Warning
Before starting engine, check for proper operation of
brake, clutch, shifter, throttle controls, correct fuel and oil
supply.
Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under
certain conditions. Refuell in a well ventilated area with the
engine stopped. Do not smoke or allow open flames or
sparks when refuelling or servicing the fuel system.
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USA
Riding safety
USA
E
Always close the fuel petcock when the engine is not
running to prevent flooding of the throttle body. Do not
overfill fuel tank (see instructions page 55).
Motorcycle exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide
gas. Do not inhale exhaust gases and never run the engine
in a closed garage or confined area.
Use only Ducati approved parts and accessories.
This motorcycle was not intended to be equipped with a
sidecar or to be used to tow any trailer or other vehicle.
Ducati does not manufacture sidecars or trailers and cannot
predict the effects of such accessories on handling or stability,
but can only warn that the effects will be adverse and any
damage to motorcycle components caused by the use of
such accessories will not be remedied under warranty.
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
Every Ducati motorcycle is identified by two identification
numbers (see page 9). fig. A specifically shows the frame
identification numbers.
Warning
Do not ride the motorcycle with helmets attached to
the hook; the helmets could cause an accident by distracting
the operator or interfering with normal vehicle operation.
Protective apparel
ZDM 1X B E W
PLANT OF
MANUFACTURE
SEQUENTIAL
NUMBER
{
{
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{
Always wear a helmet. Most motorcycle accident fatalities
are due to head injuries.
For safety eye protection, gloves, and high top, sturdy boots
should also be worn.
The exhaust system becomes very hot during operation,
never touch the exhaust system. Wear clothing that fully
covers your legs. Do not wear loose clothing which could
catch on the control levers, footrests, wheels, or chain.
Any amount of alcohol will significantly interfere with your
ability to safely operate your motorcycle. Don’t drink and ride.
DUCATI
TYPE OF
MOTORCYCLE
MODEL
YEAR
X B 000000
Varies-can be thru 9 or X (Check digit)
fig. A
Label location (fig. B)
1
3
9
3 only Canada
6
E
USA
5
2
2
8
7
4
10
fig. B
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2
1
3
USA
E
??÷ ?? mm
5
4
3 (Only Canada)
6
7
8
9
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10
This system consists of (fig. C):
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Warn air inlet;
Canister;
Dell’Orto jet;
Fuel tank;
Breather pipe;
Intake manifolds.
Ducati North America, Inc., 10443 Bandley Drive Cupertino,
California, 95014 warrants that each new 1998 and later
Ducati motorcycle, that includes as standard equipment a
headlight, tail-light and stoplight, and is street legal:
A) is designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the
time of initial retail purchase with all applicable regulations
of the United States Environmental Protection Agency,
and the California Air Resources Board; and
B) is free from defects in material and workmanship which
cause such motorcycle to fail to conform with applicable
regulations of the United States Environmental Protection
Agency or the California Air Resources Board for a period
of use of 30,000 kilometers (18,641 miles) or 5 (five) years
from the date of initial retail delivery, whichever first occurs.
Important
In the event of fuel system malfunction, contact
Ducati’s authorized Service Centres.
4
6
CANISTER
3
1
Ducati limited warranty on emission
control system
I. Coverage
Warranty defects shall be remedied during customary
business hours at any authorized Ducati motorcycle dealer
located within the United States of America in compliance
with the Clean Air Act and applicable regulations of the
United States Environmental Protection Agency and the
California Air Resources Board. Any part or parts replaced
under this warranty shall become the property of Ducati.
2
5
fig. C
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USA
California evaporation emission system
USA
E
In the state of California only, emissions related warranted
parts are specifically defined by that state’s Emissions
Warranty Parts List. These warranted parts are: carburetor
and internal parts; intake manifold; fuel tank, fuel injection
system; spark advance mechanism; crankcase breather;
air cutoff valves; fuel tank cap for evaporative emission
controlled vehicles; oil filler cap; pressure control valve;
fuel/vapor separator; canister; igniters; breaker governors;
ignition coils; ignition wires; ignition points, condensers,
and spark plugs if failure occors prior to the first scheduled
replacement, and hoses, clamps, fittings and tubing used
directly in these parts. Since emission related parts may
vary from model to model, certain models may not
contain all of these parts and certain models may contain
functionally equivalent parts.
In the state of California only, Emission Control System
emergency repairs, as provided for in the California
Administrative Code, may be performed by other than an
authorized Ducati dealer. An emergency situation occurs
when an authorized Ducati dealer is not reasonably available,
a part is not available within 30 days, or a repair is not
complete within 30 days. Any replacement part can be
used in an emergency repair. Ducati will reimburse the
owner for the expenses, including diagnosis, not to exceed
Ducati’s suggested retail price for all warranted parts
replaced and labor charges based on Ducati’s recommended
time allowance for the warranty repair and the geographically
appropriate hourly labor rate. The owner may be required
to keep receipts and failed parts in order to receive
compensation.
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II. Limitations
This Emission Control System Warranty shall not cover any
of the following:
A. Repair or replacement required as a result of
(1) accident,
(2) misuse,
(3) repairs improperly performed or replacements improperly
installed,
(4) use of replacement parts or accessories not conforming
to Ducati specifications which adversely affect performance
and/or
(5) use in competitive racing or related events.
B. Inspections, replacement of parts and other services
and adjustments required for routine maintenance.
C. Any motorcycle on which odometer mileage has been
changed so that actual mileage cannot be readily determined.
III. Limited liability
A. The liability of Ducati under this Emission Control Systems
Warranty is limited solely to the remedying of defects in
material or workmanship by an authorized Ducati motorcycle
dealer at its place of business during customary business
hours. This warranty does not cover inconvenience or loss of
use of the motorcycle or transportation of the motorcycle to
or from the Ducati dealer. Ducati shall not be liable for any
other expenses, loss or damage, whether direct, incidental,
consequential or exemplary arising in connection with the
sale or use of or inability to use the Ducati motorcycle for
any purpose. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of any incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations may not apply to you.
IV. Legal rights
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary from state to state.
V. This warranty is in addition to the Ducati limited
motorcycle warranty.
VI. Additional information
Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and
durability may be used in the performance of any maintenance
or repairs. However, Ducati is not liable for these parts.
The owner is responsible for the performance of all required
maintenance. Such maintenance may be performed at a
service establishment or by any individual. The warranty
period begins on the date the motorcycle is delivered to
an ultimate purchaser.
Ducati North America, Inc..
10443 Bandley Drive
Cupertino, California, 95014
Tel: 001.408.253.0449 / Fax: 001.408.253.4099
E-mail: customerservice@ducatiusa.com
Web site: www.ducatiusa.com
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USA
B. No express emission control system warranty is given by
Ducati except as specifically set forth herein. Any emission
control system warranty implied by law, including any
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose,
is limited to the express emission control systems warranty
terms stated in this warranty. The foregoing statements
of warranty are exclusive and in lieu of all other remedies.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts so the above limitation may not apply to you.
C. No dealer is authorized to modify this Ducati Limited
Emission Control Systems Warranty.
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Routine maintenance record
USA
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Km
mi
1,000
600
12,000
7,500
24,000
15,000
36,000
22,500
48,000
30,000
60,000
37,500
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Ducati
Service Name
Mileage
Date
Stampato 10/2006
Cod. 913.7.119.1A
Ducati Motor Holding spa via Cavalieri Ducati, 3 40132 Bologna, Italia
Tel. +39 051 6413111 Fax +39 051 406580
www.ducati.com
IAW 5AM2
18
51
Bk
R/B
W/Y
Bk
3
33 32 31
2
1
3
M
R/Y
Bn
R/Y
R/G
43
G
Bn/R
HALL
Gr/R
2
29
28
A
R/Y
Bn
W
Bk/V
W/B
Bk/V
H2O
27
Bn/G
MOT
26
O
POT
1
A B C
25
V
O
2 f
1 f
Bk
R/B
2 f
1 f
OFF
B/Bk
G/Y
Bn/W
e28
+
34
5
6
Bk
R
17
Bn/Bk
1 2 3 4
f
24 23
3 2
f
P/Y
Bn/W
W/V
Bk
4
GY e37
Bn/W
+
Bk
f
f
f
O Gy
e32
e29
e3
Y/Bk
R/Y
BnG
BkV
O
R/Y
f
f
f
G/W
R/G
3
2
1
R/G
O
e34
e35
e25
V
-
f
2
R/Bk
2 f
1 f
ON
BkV e29
e5
WB
W
AMP
W/Bk
-
f
f
f
1
e22
b24
e20
O
2
BnR
G
BkY
1
VELOCITA'
B
AMP
PUSH
f
f
HI
b38
-
PUSH
R/Y
Bk/V
R
STAMPELLA
B
3
FOLLE
R/B
PASSING
PRESS OIL
STOP POST
OFF
RB LY
Bk/V
O/W
LO
G/Y
OFF
Gr/B
N
Cavo sch.
-
P/Y
W/G
-
Bk/V
Bn/G
Sch.
Bk
ENGINE 32
ENGINE 34
ENGINE 35
ENGINE 37
ENGINE 38
P/Bk
-
ENGINE 23
ENGINE 25
ENGINE 28
FRIZIONE
STOP ANT
L
N
Br BW
ENGINE 29
1
-
V
Bk/Y
Bn/R
2
Gr
Bn/R
W/Y
Cavo sch.
R/B
Bk
Gr/R
1
1
Y
ENGINE 22
1
2
3
Bk/W
3 2
2
R/Bk
Bk
Lb
Gr
Gr/G
W
O
W/B
G/B
B
W/R
W/B
Gr/G
G/Bk
Lb
G
P/Bk
O/W
R/Bk
G/W
Bk/B
B/Bk
R/Y
Bn/Bk
O/B
GND
+15
TRAG
1
f
O/W
O/Bk
1
1
-
ENGINE 19
ENGINE 20
ENGINE 9
ENGINE 10
ENGINE 13
ENGINE 14
ENGINE 17
ENGINE 18
ENGINE 3
ENGINE 5
BODY 32
BODY 33
BODY 38
f
f
1
2
2
2
R/W
BODY 28
BODY 29
BODY 27
BODY 20
BODY 22
BODY 24
BODY 16
BODY 17
BODY 11
BODY 14
BODY 1
BODY 4
BODY 6
BODY 7
GND
AIR
ANTENNA +
Bk/W
Gr/G
R/Bk
O
Bk/Y
R/Y
R/Y
Y
G/Bk
Gr/R
G/R
Bn/R
Gr
P/Y
O/B
Bn/Bk
W/G
W/Bk
Y/B
O/W
O/Bk
W/V
W/G
Gr/Bk
W/P
W/Bk
R
A
4
Bk
-
DIMMER
3
41
-
38
2
HORN
1
-
AMP
1098 / 1098S
-
G
1
V
TURN
2
W/B
PARK
O
+
ANTENNA -
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
f
f
40
MODE
7
f
39
AIR
OFF
RUN
LOCK
Br BY
6
44
FREE
PUSH
Y
5
Y
RW RBk
G/R
4
45
ENGINE STOP
G/Bk
3
50
Y
2
2
47
BW Bk
R
1
46
Bk
Gr/R
STARTER
W/R
3
R/B
Lb
f
30
1
-
37 36
7
9
RB Br
10
35
M
R/Bk
-
15
Gr/G
1
20
V
30 A
8
Bk
R
Bk
P/Y
3 2
22
21
YYY
R/W
1N4007
K
R
R
R
49
Bk Bk
R
W/G
11
Bk
Bk
Y/Bk
W
Bk
Gr/R
Y
O
O
W/Bk
Bn
W/R
Gr/B
16
1
2
12
3
2
1
W/P
1
2
+
14
Y
Bn/W
1
2
13
12 3 4
48
42
Bn/W
Bk
Bn/W
Bk/V
Bk/Y
A B C D
1
1 2
3 4
19
O
52