MY2015 - Ducati
Owner’s manual
ENGLISH
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This manual forms an integral part of the motorcycle and must be kept with it for its whole service life.
If the motorcycle is resold, the manual must always be handed over to the new owner.
This manual must be preserved with care. If it is lost or becomes damaged, contact a Ducati Dealer or
authorised Service Centre without delay to obtain a new copy of the manual.
The quality standards and safety of Ducati motorcycles are steadily improved as new design solutions,
equipment and accessories are developed. While the information contained in this manual is current at the
time of going to print, Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. reserves the right to make changes at any time without
notice and without any obligations. For this reason, the illustrations in this manual might differ from your
motorcycle.
Any and all reproduction or spreading of the contents herein in whole or in part is forbidden. All rights reserved
to Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. Any request for written authorisation shall be addressed to this company,
specifying the reasons for request.
Enjoy your ride!
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Table of contents
Introduction
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Safety guidelines 6
Warning symbols used in the manual 7
Intended use 7
Rider's obligations 7
Rider's training 9
Apparel 9
Safety "Best Practices" 9
Refuelling 11
Carrying the maximum load allowed 12
Information about carrying capacity 13
Dangerous products - warnings 13
Vehicle identification number 15
Engine identification number 16
Customisations 17
Instrument panel (Dashboard)
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Instrument panel 26
Acronyms and abbreviations used in the
Manual 30
Technological Dictionary 31
Function push-buttons 32
Parameter setting/displaying 33
Main functions 37
Motorcycle speed 39
Engine rpm indication (RPM) 40
Menu 1 functions 42
Odometer (TOT) 43
Trip meter 1 (TRIP 1) 44
Trip meter 2 (TRIP 2) 45
Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL) 46
Ambient air temperature (AIR) 48
Errors 49
Error warnings 50
Displayed errors description 51
Clock 55
High engine temperature 56
Service indication (SERVICE) 57
OIL SERVICE zero warning 58
DESMO SERVICE countdown indication 59
DESMO SERVICE indication 60
Setting menu 61
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ABS control uni enabling/disabling 64
Battery voltage 67
Instrument panel back-lighting setting
(B.LIGHT) 69
Clock setting function (CLOCK) 71
Pin Code 74
Changing the PIN CODE 78
Setting the units of measurement 83
Light control 90
Immobilizer system 93
Keys 94
Operation 95
Duplicate keys 96
Entering PIN CODE function for overriding
purposes 97
Controls
101
Position of motorcycle controls 101
Key-operated ignition switch and steering
lock 102
Left-hand switch 103
Clutch lever 104
Right-hand switch 107
Throttle twistgrip 108
Front brake lever 109
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Rear brake pedal 110
Gear change pedal 111
Adjusting the position of the gearchange pedal and
rear brake pedal 112
Main components and devices
Position on the vehicle 114
Tank filler plug 115
Seat lock 116
Side stand 117
USB connection 118
Adjusting the rear shock absorber
Riding the motorcycle
121
Running-in recommendations 121
Pre-ride checks 123
ABS device 125
Starting the engine 126
Moving off 128
Braking 129
Stopping the motorcycle 131
Parking 132
Refuelling 133
Tool kit and accessories 134
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Main maintenance operations
135
Check brake fluid level 135
Changing the air filter 136
Checking brake pads for wear 137
Charging the battery 138
Lubricating cables and joints 142
Adjusting the throttle cable 143
Checking drive chain tension 144
Lubricating the drive chain 146
Replacing the headlight bulbs 147
Changing the turn indicator bulbs 150
Aligning the headlight 151
Adjusting the rear-view mirrors 153
Tubeless tyres 154
Check engine oil level 156
Cleaning and replacing the spark plugs 158
Cleaning the motorcycle 159
Storing the motorcycle 161
Important notes 161
Scheduled maintenance chart
162
Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be
carried out by the dealer 162
Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be
carried out by the Customer 166
Technical data
167
Weights 167
Dimensions 168
Fuel, lubricants and other fluids
Engine 171
Timing system 172
Performance data 173
Spark plugs 173
Fuel system 173
Brakes 173
Transmission 174
Frame 175
Wheels 175
Tyres 175
Suspensions 176
Exhaust system 176
Available colours 176
Electric system 178
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Routine maintenance record
Routine maintenance record
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Introduction
Safety guidelines
We would like to welcome you among Ducati
enthusiasts, and congratulate you on your excellent
choice of motorcycle. We think you will ride your
Ducati motorcycle for long journeys as well as short
daily trips. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. wishes you
smooth and enjoyable riding.
Your motorcycle is the result of Ducati Motor Holding
S.p.A.'s on-going research and development efforts.
It is important that you preserve its quality standard
by strictly observing the maintenance plan and using
genuine spare parts. This manual provides
instructions on minor maintenance operations. Major
maintenance operations are described in the
Workshop Manual available to Ducati Authorised
Service Centres.
In your own interest, for your safety and in order to
guarantee product reliability, you are strongly advised
to refer to our authorised Dealers and Service Centres
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for any operations listed in the scheduled
maintenance chart, see page 162.
Our highly skilled staff have access to special
implements and appropriate equipment required to
perform any servicing job at best, and use Ducati
original spare parts only as the best guarantee for full
interchangeability, smooth running and long life.
All Ducati motorcycles come with a Warranty Card.
The warranty does not apply to motorcycles used in
racing competitions.
Tampering with or altering any components, even
partially, will make the warranty null and void
effective immediately. Improper or poor
maintenance, using other than original spare parts or
parts not expressly approved by Ducati may invalidate
your warranty rights and lead to damage or loss of
performance.
Your safety and that of other road users are very
important. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. recommends
that you ride responsibly.
Before using your motorcycle for the first time, read
this entire manual carefully and closely follow the
guidelines outlined in it. The manual provides full
information on proper motorcycle operation and
maintenance. In case of any doubts, please contact a
Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
Warning symbols used in the manual
Several kinds of warnings are used as an alert of the
possible hazards for you or other persons such as:
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Safety labels on the motorcycle;
Safety messages preceded by a warning symbol
and either WARNING or IMPORTANT.
Warning
Failure to comply with these instructions may
put you at risk, and could lead to severe injury or even
death of the rider or other persons.
Important
Possibility of damaging the motorcycle and/or
its components.
Intended use
Warning
This motorcycle is designed for on-road use,
may be used occasionally on dirt trail. Usage in
conditions for which it was not designed (e.g. heavy
off-road use) can lead to loss of control of the
motorcycle, increasing the risk of a crash.
Warning
This motorcycle may not be used to tow any
trailers or with a side-car attached; this can lead to
loss of control and result in an accident.
This motorcycle carries the rider and can carry a
passenger.
Warning
Additional information about the current
operation.
The total weight of the motorcycle in running
order including rider, passenger, luggage and
additional accessories should not exceed 365kg/
805lb.
The terms RIGHT and LEFT are referred to the
motorcycle viewed from the riding position.
All riders must hold a valid licence.
Note
Rider's obligations
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Warning
Riding without a licence is illegal and is
prosecuted by law. Always make sure you have your
licence with you when riding. Do not let
inexperienced riders or persons without a valid
licence use your motorcycle.
Do not ride under the influence of alcohol and/or
drugs.
Warning
Riding under the influence of alcohol and/or
drugs is illegal and is prosecuted by law.
Do not take prescription or other drugs before riding
unless you have consulted your doctor about their
side effects.
Warning
Some medications and drugs may cause
drowsiness or other effects that slow down reaction
time and the rider's ability to control the motorcycle,
possibly leading to an accident.
Some states require vehicle insurance.
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Warning
Check your state laws. Obtain insurance
coverage and keep your insurance document secure
with the other motorcycle documents.
To protect rider and passenger safety, some states
mandate the use of a certified helmet.
Warning
Check your state laws. Riding without a helmet
may be punishable by law.
Warning
Riders without helmets are more likely to suffer
severe bodily injury or die if they are in an accident.
Warning
Check that your helmet complies with safety
specifications, permits good vision, is the right size
for your head, and carries a certification label
indicating that it conforms to the standards in force in
your state. Road traffic laws differ from state to state.
Learn about traffic laws in your state before riding and
always obey them.
Rider's training
Accidents are frequently due to inexperience. Riding,
manoeuvres and braking must be performed in a
different way than on the other vehicles.
Warning
Untrained riders or a wrong use of the vehicle
may lead to loss of control, serous injuries or even
death.
Apparel
Riding gear is very important for safety. Unlike cars,
a motorcycle offers no impact protection in an
accident.
Proper riding gear includes helmet, eye protection,
gloves, boots, long sleeve jacket and long trousers.
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The helmet must meet the requirements listed
at page 7; if your helmet does not have a visor,
use suitable eye wear;
Use five-finger gloves made from leather or
abrasion-resistant material;
Riding boots or shoes must have non-slip soles
and offer ankle protection;
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Jacket, trousers or riding suit must be made from
leather or abrasion-resistant material and have
high-visibility colours and inserts.
Important
Never wear loose clothing, items or accessories
that may become tangled in motorcycle parts.
Important
For your safety, always wear suitable protective
gear, regardless of season and weather.
Important
Have your passenger wear proper protective
clothing.
Safety "Best Practices"
These few simple operations are critical to people
safety and to preserving the full performance of your
motorcycle. Never forget to perform them before,
while and after riding.
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Important
Closely follow the indications provided at
chapter "Riding the motorcycle" during the running-in
period.
Failure to follow these instructions releases Ducati
Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for
any engine damage or shorter engine life.
Warning
Before riding your motorcycle, become familiar
with the controls you will need to use when riding.
Perform the checks recommended in this manual
before each ride (see page 126).
Warning
Failure to carry out these checks before riding
may lead to motorcycle damage and injury to rider
and/or passenger.
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Warning
Start the engine outdoors or in a well ventilated
area. The engine should never be started or run
indoors.
Exhaust gases are poisonous and may lead to loss of
consciousness or even death within a short time.
Use proper body position while riding and ensure your
passenger does the same.
Important
Rider must hold the handlebar with both hands
at ALL TIMES while riding.
Important
Both rider and passenger should keep their feet
on the footpegs when the motorcycle is in motion.
Important
The passenger should always hold on to the
grab handles under the seat with both hands.
Important
Be very careful when tackling road junctions, or
when riding in areas near exits from private grounds,
car parks or on slip roads to access motorways.
Important
Be sure you are clearly visible and do not ride
within the blind spot of vehicles ahead.
Important
ALWAYS signal your intention to turn or pull to
the next lane in good time using the suitable turn
indicators.
Important
Park your motorcycle where no one is likely to
knock against it, and use the side stand. Never park
on uneven or soft ground, or your motorcycle may fall
over.
Important
Visually inspect the tyres at regular intervals for
detecting cracks and cuts, especially on the side
walls, bulges or large spots that are indicative of
internal damage. Replace them if badly damaged.
Remove any stones or other foreign bodies caught in
the tread.
Warning
Engine, exhaust pipes and silencers stay hot
long after the engine is switched off; pay particular
attention not to touch the exhaust system with any
body part and do not park the vehicle next to
flammable material (wood, leaves etc.).
Warning
Always remove the key when you leave your
motorcycle unattended and make sure it is not
accessible to persons not authorised to use the
motorcycle.
Refuelling
Refuel outdoors with engine off.
Do not smoke or use open flames while refuelling.
Be careful not to spill fuel on engine or exhaust pipe.
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Never completely fill the tank when refuelling. Fuel
should never be touching the rim of filler recess.
When refuelling, avoid breathing the fuel vapours and
prevent fuel from reaching your eyes, skin or clothes.
Warning
The motorcycle is only compatible with fuel
having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% is
forbidden. Using it could result in severe damage of
the engine and motorcycle components. Using fuel
with ethanol content over 10% will make the
warranty null and void.
Warning
In case of indisposition caused by breathing fuel
vapours for a long time, stay in the open air and
contact your doctor. In case of contact with eyes,
thoroughly flush with water; in case of contact with
skin, immediately clean with water and soap.
Warning
Fuel is highly flammable, in case of accidental
spillage of fuel on your clothes it is necessary to
change into clean clothes.
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Carrying the maximum load allowed
Your motorcycle is designed for long-distance riding,
carrying the maximum load allowed in full safety.
Even weight distribution is critical to preserving these
safety features and avoiding trouble when
performing sudden manoeuvres or riding on bumpy
roads.
Warning
The maximum speed permitted with the side
bags and top case fitted must not exceed 130 km/h
and at any rate it must comply with the applicable
statutory speed limits.
Warning
Do not exceed the total permitted weight for the
motorcycle and pay attention to information provided
below regarding load capacity.
Information about carrying capacity
Important
Arrange your luggage or heavy accessories in
the lowest possible position and close to motorcycle
centre.
Important
Never fix bulky or heavy objects to the
handlebar or to the front mudguard as this would
affect stability and cause danger.
Important
Be sure to secure the luggage to the supports
provided on the motorcycle as firmly as possible.
Improperly secured luggage may affect stability.
Important
Do not insert any objects you may need to carry
into the gaps of the frame as these may foul moving
parts.
Warning
Make sure the tyres are inflated to the proper
pressure and that they are in good condition.
Refer to paragraph "Tyres" on page 154.
Dangerous products - warnings
Used engine oil
Warning
Prolonged or repeated contact with used engine
oil may cause skin cancer. If working with engine oil
on a daily basis, we recommend washing your hands
thoroughly with soap immediately afterwards. Keep
away from children.
Brake dust
Never clean the brake assembly using compressed
air or a dry brush.
Brake fluid
Warning
Spilling brake fluid onto plastic, rubber or
painted parts of the motorcycle may cause damages.
Protect these parts with a clean shop cloth before
proceeding to service the system. Keep away from
children.
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Warning
The fluid used in the brake system is corrosive.
In the event of accidental contact with eyes or skin,
wash the affected area with abundant running water.
Coolant
Engine coolant contains ethylene glycol, which may
ignite under particular conditions, producing invisible
flames. Although the flames from burning ethylene
glycol are not visible, they are still capable of causing
severe burns.
Warning
Take care not to spill engine coolant on the
exhaust system or engine parts.
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Vehicle identification number
Note
These numbers identify the motorcycle model
and should always be indicated when ordering spare
parts.
It is recommended to record the frame number
(Fig. 1) of your motorcycle in the space below.
Frame number
Fig. 1
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Engine identification number
Note
These numbers identify the motorcycle model
and should always be indicated when ordering spare
parts.
It is recommended to record the number of your
motorcycle's engine (Fig. 2) in the space below.
Engine number
Fig. 2
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Customisations
Each version is a customisation of the SCRAMBLER.
The SCRAMBLER is available in four different
customisations:
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ICON (A)
URBAN ENDURO (B)
FULL THROTTLE (C)
CLASSIC (D)
A
B
Information herein refers to Scrambler ICON.
Information on any other customisation (URBAN
ENDURO, FULL THROTTLE, CLASSIC) is indicated
only when different from the Scrambler ICON.
C
D
Fig. 3
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ICON
3
1
2
1
Fig. 4
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ICON
1)
2)
3)
Ten-spoke, light-alloy rims
Dedicated sticker with logo
Dedicated seat
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URBAN ENDURO
7
6
5
4
2
1
3
1
Fig. 5
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URBAN ENDURO
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Spoked wheels
Raised front mudguard
Sump guard
Dedicated sticker with logo
Headlight grille as standard
Dedicated seat
Handlebar crosspiece
Front fork guards
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FULL THROTTLE
3
7
5
4
1
6
2
Fig. 6
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FULL THROTTLE
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Dedicated sticker with logo
Tailpipe as standard (Termignoni)
Lowered handlebar
Black anodised side panels
Dedicated racing seat
Short front mudguard
Rear turn indicators with no splash guard
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CLASSIC
4
5
1
6
3
2
2
Fig. 7
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CLASSIC
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Dedicated-thickness logo
Aluminium spoked wheels
Long, satin-finished aluminium front mudguard
Long, satin-finished rear mudguard
Dedicated seat
Raised number plate holder
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Instrument panel (Dashboard)
Instrument panel
1) LCD.
2) REV COUNTER (rpm).
It indicates engine rpm value.
3) NEUTRAL LIGHT N (GREEN).
Comes on when in neutral position.
(BLUE).
4) HIGH BEAM LIGHT
It turns on to indicate that the high beam lights are on
and when the flasher is activated.
(RED).
5) ENGINE OIL PRESSURE LIGHT
Comes on when engine oil pressure is too low. It
must turn on at "KEY-ON", but must turn OFF a few
seconds after the engine has started. It may shortly
come on when the engine is hot, however, it should
go out as the engine revs up.
Important
If the ENGINE OIL light stays ON, stop the
engine or it may suffer severe damage.
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6) FUEL WARNING LIGHT
(AMBER YELLOW).
Comes on when fuel is low and there are about 4
litres of fuel left in the tank.
7) TURN INDICATOR LIGHTS
(GREEN).
A warning light turns on and blinks when the relevant
turn indicator is active; when the warning lights blink
at the same time, the HAZARD function is active.
8) "ENGINE/VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS - EOBD" LIGHT
(AMBER YELLOW).
It turns on in the case of "engine" and/or "vehicle"
errors and in some cases will lock the engine.
9) ABS LIGHTS
(AMBER YELLOW).
This turns on to indicate that ABS is disabled or not functioning.
Engine OFF / speed below 5 Km/h
Light OFF
-
Light flashing
Light steady on
ABS disabled with the menu func- ABS enabled, but not functioning
tion "ABS"
yet
Engine on / speed below 5 Km/h
Light OFF
-
Light flashing
Light steady on
ABS disabled with the menu func- ABS enabled, but not functioning
tion "ABS"
yet
Engine on / speed above 5 km/h
Light OFF
ABS enabled and functioning
Light flashing
Light steady on
ABS disabled with the menu func- ABS disabled and not functioning
tion "ABS"
due to a problem
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10) OVER REV / IMMOBILIZER / ANTI-THEFT
SYSTEM (RED)
Over rev
No intervention
Light OFF
First threshold (N
Light steady ON
RPM before the limiter kicks in)
Limiter
Light ON flashing
Note
Each calibration of the Engine Control Unit may
have a different setting for the thresholds that
precede the rev limiter and the rev limiter itself.
Immobilizer
Key-ON status
Light OFF
Key-OFF status
Light ON flashing
Key-OFF status for
over 12 hours
Light OFF
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7
7
10
10
3
9
1
2
6
8
4
5
Fig. 8
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Acronyms and abbreviations used in the
Manual
ABS
Antilock Braking System
CAN
Controller Area Network
DDA
DUCATI Data Acquisition
DSB
Dashboard
ECU
Engine Control Unit
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Technological Dictionary
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) 9M
ABS 9M system is a two-channel latest-generation
system that actuates combined braking with anti liftup function for the rear wheel so as to guarantee not
only a reduced stopping distance, but also a higher
stability under braking.
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Function push-buttons
1) UP CONTROL SWITCH " "
Button used to display and set instrument panel
parameters with the position " ".
2) DOWN CONTROL SWITCH " "
Button used to display and set instrument panel
parameters with the position " ".
3) HIGH-BEAM FLASH BUTTON (FLASH)
This button is the high-beam flasher.
4) TURN INDICATORS CANCEL BUTTON
The turn indicators cancel button may also be used
for the CONFIRM MENU function, for selecting the
riding mode. Push this button for 3 seconds to the left
side to activate the "Hazard" function (all 4 turn
indicators).
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1
3
2
4
Fig. 9
Parameter setting/displaying
Upon key-on, the instrument panel:
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turns on the display backlighting;
activates the rev counter which increases from 0
to 12000 and decreases back to 0;
activates the vehicle speed digits and shows a
counting from 0 to 300 and then back to 0;
turns on the warning lights from right to left.
At the end of the check, the instrument panel displays
the main screen ("standard screen") showing the
available functions and turns on the warning lights, if
necessary.
During this first check stage, if the motorcycle speed
exceeds 20 km/h (actual speed), the instrument panel
will stop:
-
the display check routine and display the
standard screen containing updated information;
the warning light check routine and leave ON only
the warning lights that are actually active at the
moment.
Fig. 10
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Data displayed on the main screen are as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Engine speed.
Motorcycle speed.
MENU 1 (Odometer, Trip 1, Trip 2, Trip Fuel, Air
temperature, Error warning - only if active).
Clock.
SERVICE indication (only if active).
Setting menu.
Side stand status.
4
3
5
1
2
6
7
Fig. 11
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From the main screen, press button (2) on LH switch
to view Menu 1 information.
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Odometer (TOT);
TRIP 1;
TRIP 2;
TRIP FUEL (when function is active);
T – AIR.
2
Fig. 12
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The instrument panel stores Menu 1 settings in use
upon KEY-OFF. On the following KEY-ON, previously
stored Menu 1 pages are displayed.
In case of sudden and unexpected power OFF, the
instrument panel displays the default settings upon
the following KEY-ON:
-
Menu 1 default page = Odometer (TOT).
Upon KEY-ON, for every display layout, instrument
panel shows for 10 seconds in Menu 1 the
"Odometer" page and then shows the page saved
upon previous KEY-OFF.
Hold the button (2) for 3 seconds, when actual
motorcycle speed is <= (lower than or equal to) 20
km/h, to enter the Setting Menu, where you can set
any function.
Important
You can enter the SETTING MENU only if
vehicle actual speed is <= (lower than or equal to) 20
km/h. Within the SETTING MENU, if vehicle actual
speed exceeds 20 km/h, the instrument panel
automatically quits the menu and shows the standard
screen.
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2
Fig. 13
Main functions
The functions displayed in the Standard screen are
the following:
Main information
-
Motorcycle speed
Engine rpm indication (RPM)
Menu 1 displays the following functions:
- Odometer (TOT)
- Trip meter 1 (TRIP 1)
- Trip meter 2 (TRIP 2)
- Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL)
- Ambient air temperature (AIR)
- Clock
Additional information
-
Service indication (SERVICE)
ERROR indication
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The functions within the Setting Menu that can be
modified by the user are the following:
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PIN CODE (activation and modification of PIN
CODE);
CLOCK (clock settings);
LIGHT (backlighting settings);
BATTERY (battery voltage indication);
UNITS (units of measurement settings);
ABS (ABS control unit enabling/disabling);
EXIT (to quit the Setting Menu)
Motorcycle speed
This function allows displaying the vehicle speed (km/
h or mph according to the specific application).
The instrument panel receives information about the
actual motorcycle speed (calculated in km/h) and
displays the value increased by 5% and converted in
the set unit of measurement (km/h or mph).
The max. displayed speed is 299 km/h (186 mph).
A string of dashes "- - -" is displayed with the set unit
of measurement if:
-
speed is higher than 299 km/h or 186 mph or if
instrument panel is not receiving the speed value
("- - -" steady ON);
the rear speed sensor is in fault (flashing "- - -").
Fig. 14
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Engine rpm indication (RPM)
This function allows displaying engine rpm.
Instrument panel receives rpm value and displays it.
The information is displayed by the bargraph filling
from the right to the left according to the engine rpm.
Fig. 15
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The thresholds before the rpm limiter are:
1st threshold 8900 rpm (A).
When the rev limiter value (B) is reached, the warning
lights start flashing.
A
B
Fig. 16
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Menu 1 functions
MENU 1 functions are:
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Odometer (TOT);
Trip meter 1 (TRIP 1);
Trip meter 2 (TRIP 2);
Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL);
Ambient air temperature (T-AIR).
By pressing button (2) it is possible to view the
functions of MENU 1.
2
Fig. 17
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Odometer (TOT)
The odometer counts and displays the total distance
covered by the motorcycle with the set unit of
measurement (km or mi).
The odometer number (in km or miles) is displayed
with the message TOT and the indication of the unit
of measurement. When the maximum value is
reached (199999 km or 199999 mi) the instrument
panel will permanently display said value.
The odometer value is saved permanently and cannot
be reset under any circumstances.
The reading is not lost in case of a power OFF (Battery
OFF).
Fig. 18
Note
Upon Key-ON, the instrument panel always
shows the Odometer indication for 10 seconds, then
shows the user's settings page.
Note
If a string of flashing dashes " ----- " is displayed
within odometer function, please contact a Ducati
Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
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Trip meter 1 (TRIP 1)
The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance
covered by the motorcycle with the set unit of
measurement (km or mi).
When the reading exceeds the maximum value of
9999.9 km or 9999.9 mi, distance travelled is reset
and the meter automatically starts counting from 0
again.
While the trip meter is displayed, press button (1) for
3 seconds to reset TRIP 1.
The TRIP 1 counter is automatically reset in case the
system unit of measurement is changed manually or
if the power supply is interrupted (faulty battery): the
counter will then start back from zero, considering the
new units of measurement.
1
Fig. 19
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Trip meter 2 (TRIP 2)
The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance
covered by the motorcycle with the set unit of
measurement (km or mi).
When the reading exceeds the maximum value of
9999.9 km or 9999.9 mi, distance travelled is reset
and the meter automatically starts counting from 0
again.
While the trip meter is displayed, press button (1) for
3 seconds to reset TRIP 2.
The TRIP 2 counter is automatically reset in case the
system unit of measurement is changed manually or
if the power supply is interrupted (faulty battery): the
counter will then start back from zero, considering the
new units of measurement.
1
Fig. 20
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Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL)
The fuel trip meter counts and displays the distance
covered by the motorcycle on reserve (since the low
fuel light turns on) with the set unit of measurement
(km or mi).
When the Low Fuel Light (A) turns on, the display
automatically shows the TRIP FUEL function,
regardless of the currently displayed function; then,
it is possible to toggle through the other Menu
functions using button (2).
Trip fuel reading remains stored even after Key-Off
until the motorcycle is refuelled. Count is interrupted
automatically as soon as fuel is topped up to above
minimum level.
When the reading exceeds the maximum value of
9999.9 km or 9999.9 mi, distance travelled is reset
and the meter automatically starts counting from 0
again.
A
2
Fig. 21
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Note
If the system measurement units are changed
at any moment, or if there is an interruption in the
power supply (Battery Off), the distance travelled is
reset and the count starts from zero (considering the
newly set unit of measurement).
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Ambient air temperature (AIR)
The instrument panel displays the ambient
temperature in the set unit of measurement (°C or
°F), followed by the set unit of measurement and the
message T-AIR. The temperature value is displayed
when ranging from -39 °C to +124 °C (or -38 °F ÷
+255 °F). For any different temperature (below -39 °C
(-38 °F) or above +124 °C (+255 °F)) a string of three
dashes " - - - " is steadily displayed, followed by the
unit of measurement.
If the air temperature sensor is in fault, the
instrument panel will show three flashing dashes " - - " as air temperature value, followed by the unit of
measurement and the EOBD light will turn on.
Fig. 22
Note
When the motorcycle is stopped, the engine
heat could influence the displayed temperature.
Fig. 23
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Errors
The instrument panel manages error warnings in
order to allow the rider to identify any abnormal
motorcycle behaviour in real time.
Upon Key-ON - if there are active errors - or during
normal operation of the vehicle - whenever an error
is triggered - the instrument panel turns the EOBD
light and Warning symbol ON and indicates the
triggered error.
Fig. 24
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Error warnings
Any active errors are displayed in the MENU. MENU
functions can still be viewed by pressing button (2).
If several errors are active, the corresponding
indications will be displayed one after the other, each
remaining on display for 3 seconds.
When an error is triggered the EOBD light turns on as
well.
Warning
When one or more errors are displayed, always
contact a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre.
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2
Fig. 25
Displayed errors description
Displayed error
Description
ENGINE
Throttle position sensor malfunction
Throttle motor or relay malfunction (stepper motor)
Pressure sensor malfunction
Engine coolant temperature sensor malfunction
Injection relay malfunction
Ignition coil malfunction
Injector malfunction
Engine rpm sensor malfunction
Lambda sensor or Lambda sensor heater malfunction
Motorcycle starting relay malfunction
Secondary air system valve malfunction
AIR – T.
Ambient air temperature sensor malfunction
BATT.
Battery voltage too high or too low
FUEL
Reserve NTC sensor malfunction
ABS
ABS control unit faulty communication / operation
CAN
CAN line error (communication line across all control units)
Front and/or rear speed sensor malfunction
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Displayed error
Description
IMMO
Generic error
DSB
DSB control unit faulty communication / operation
SD.STND
Side stand sensor not working
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Error icons table
WARNING LIGHT / ERROR MESSAGE
ERROR
ENGINE
Engine control unit
AIR – T.
Air temperature sensor
BATT.
Battery voltage
SPEED
Speed sensor
FUEL
Low fuel sensor
ABS
ABS control unit
CAN
Can Bus OFF
IMMO
Immobilizer antenna
DSB
Instrument panel control unit
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WARNING LIGHT / ERROR MESSAGE
SD.STND
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ERROR
Side stand sensor
Clock
The instrument panel receives information about the
time to be displayed.
The instrument panel shows the time in the following
format:
-
hh (hours) : mm (minutes);
with the message AM (for values ranging
between 0:00 and 11:59), or PM (for values
ranging between 12:00 and 12:59 and between
1:00 and 11:59).
In case of power supply interruption (faulty battery),
the clock is reset and starts automatically from "0:00".
Fig. 26
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High engine temperature
This Function shows an alert indicating that engine
temperature reached high values: warning triggers
when engine temperature exceeds 200°C.
-
flashing HI message;
steady temperature icon and set unit of
measurement (°C or °F).
Note
When this warning is triggered, the instrument
panel will not display the clock until value gets equal
to or below 200°C.
Note
If engine temperature sensor is in fault or if
instrument panel is not receiving engine temperature
information, a string of flashing dashes "- - -" is
displayed.
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Fig. 27
Service indication (SERVICE)
This indication shows the user that the motorcycle is
due for service and must be taken to a Ducati
Authorised Service Centre.
The service warning indication can be reset only by
the Authorised Ducati Service Centre during
servicing.
Fig. 28
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OIL SERVICE zero warning
The first maintenance indication is OIL SERVICE zero,
enabled for 5 seconds upon each key-on when the
odometer counter reaches the first 1,000 km (600
mi).
The indication includes displaying for 5 seconds the
flashing message "SERVICE", the Oil symbol and the
message "OIL" upon each Key-ON; after 5 seconds,
both the message "SERVICE" and the Oil symbol
become steady until Key-OFF or until an Authorised
Ducati Service Centre performs a reset.
Fig. 29
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DESMO SERVICE countdown indication
After OIL SERVICE zero indication first reset (at 1,000
km - 600 mi), the instrument panel activates the
countdown of the kilometres (or miles) left before the
following service operation: DESMO SERVICE.
The kilometre count indication is shown upon Key-ON
for 2 seconds; when there are 1,000 km (600 miles)
left before the next service operation, the indication
turns on upon every Key-ON for 5 seconds.
In other words, upon key-on the message "SERVICE"
and the Desmo symbol are displayed together with
the indication of the kilometres left before the
following service operation.
Fig. 30
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DESMO SERVICE indication
When the service threshold is reached, the warning
for the type of service required is triggered: DESMO
SERVICE.
The indication includes displaying for 5 seconds the
flashing message "SERVICE", the Desmo symbol and
the message "DESMO" upon each Key-ON; after 5
seconds, both the message "SERVICE" and the
Desmo symbol become steady until Key-OFF or until
an Authorised Ducati Service Centre performs a
reset.
Fig. 31
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Setting menu
This menu allows enabling, disabling and setting
some motorcycle functions.
To enter the SETTING MENU it is necessary to hold
button (3) for 2 seconds, with Key-ON and motorcycle
actual speed ≤ (lower than or equal to) 20 km/h: within
this menu, it is no longer possible to view any other
function.
The SETTING MENU displays the following
functions:
-
PIN CODE (activation and modification of PIN
CODE);
CLOCK (clock settings);
B.LIGHT (backlighting settings);
BATTERY (battery voltage indication);
UNITS (units of measurement settings);
ABS (ABS control unit enabling/disabling);
EXIT (to quit the Setting Menu).
2
Fig. 32
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For safety reasons, the setting menu can be
accessed only when vehicle speed is below or equal
to 20 Km/h; if this menu is accessed and vehicle
speed is above 20 Km/h, the instrument panel will
automatically quit it and shift back to main screen.
Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the customisable
parameters one by one: in particular, use button (2)
to highlight the following item and button (1) to
highlight the previous item.
After highlighting the required parameter, press
button (4) to open the corresponding MENU (M)
page.
If function is not available or temporarily disabled, the
MENU page can not be opened.
To quit the SETTING MENU you shall highlight "EXIT"
and press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
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1
4
M
4
M
4
M
4
M
4
M
4
M
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
2
2
1
1
Fig. 33
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ABS control uni enabling/disabling
This function allows enabling or disabling the ABS
system. Enter the SETTING MENU.
Select the parameter to be customised (ABS), by
pressing button (1) or (2). Once the desired parameter
is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
When entering the function, the currently set ABS
status will be displayed:
On = enabled, Off = disabled.
Menu indicates the available alternative option (RQ):
RQ OFF when current status is "On", RQ ON when
current status is "Off".
To quit the function without changing set status,
select EXIT using button (2); when its box is flashing,
press button (4).
To select a different status than the one set, press
button (1); alternative option (RQ) starts flashing in
the Menu.
Press button (4) for 3 seconds to confirm. WAIT is
displayed in the Menu for approx. 5 seconds. New
status will then become steady on and "EXIT" box will
be flashing.
Press button (4) to quit the function.
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2
4
1
4
1
4
4
2
Fig. 34
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Note
By setting "–" (Off), the ABS will be disabled and
the relevant warning light will start flashing.
Important
When setting the ABS OFF, Ducati
recommends paying particular attention to the
braking and riding style.
If the ABS is in fault, "Err" is displayed when entering
the function and Menu will indicate "NO RQ", since
no selection is actually possible. "EXIT" box is flashing.
Press button (4) for 3 seconds to quit the function.
Fig. 35
4
4
4
Fig. 36
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Battery voltage
This function allows you to check the motorcycle
battery voltage. Enter the SETTING MENU. Select
BATTERY option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once
function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU
button (4). You open the BATTERY Menu.
The information will be displayed as follows:
-
4
if battery voltage is between 11.8 V and 14.9 V
the reading will be displayed steady;
if battery voltage is between 0.0 and 11.7 Volt the
reading will be displayed with "LOW" message
flashing;
if battery voltage is between 15.0 and 25.5 Volt
the reading will be displayed with "HIGH"
message flashing.
1
4
2
Fig. 37
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If the instrument panel is not receiving battery voltage
value, a string of three dashes "- - -" is displayed.
To quit the menu and go back to Setting Menu main
page, select EXIT and press button (4).
Fig. 38
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Instrument panel back-lighting setting
(B.LIGHT)
This function allows adjusting the backlighting
intensity.
To set the backlighting enter the SETTING MENU,
use buttons (1) and (2) to select "B.LIGHT" and press
button (4) to confirm.
When accessing the function, the active mode
flashes whereas the MENU and EXIT messages will
be steady on.
Use buttons (1) and (2) to select the desired
brightness level (HIGH, MED, LOW) and press button
(4) to confirm.
Select HIGH to set the display backlighting maximum
brightness - recommended in conditions of strong
ambient light.
Select MED to set the display backlighting medium
brightness (70%) - recommended in conditions of
medium/low ambient light.
Select LOW to set the display backlighting minimum
brightness (50%) - recommended in conditions of low
ambient light and/or during the night.
After confirming, the "EXIT" box will start flashing.
To exit the menu and go back to the previous page,
select "EXIT" and press button (4).
Note
In the event of an interruption of the power
supply from the Battery, when power is restored, at
the next Key-On, the backlighting will always be set
by default to maximum brightness.
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4
1
1
4
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
4
4
2
1
4
2
4
4
2
Fig. 39
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Clock setting function (CLOCK)
This function allows setting the clock.
To view this function, enter the Setting Menu, use
button (1) or (2) to select CLOCK and press button (4).
To access the setting function, keep button (2)
pressed for 3 seconds.
After 3 seconds it is possible to set the clock as
follows:
-
-
the "AM" indication starts flashing;
if you press button (2) the "PM" indication
starts flashing;
if you press button (1) you will return to the
previous step (if it is 00:00, when switching
between "AM" to "PM", 12:00 will be
displayed);
press button (4) to shift to hour setting, hours will
start flashing;
each time you press button (2), the digit will
increase by one hour. If you hold button (2)
down, the number increases cyclically in
steps of one hour every second (when the
button is held depressed, the hours do not
flash);
-
pressing button (4) gives access to the minute
setting mode; minutes start to flash;
each time you press button (2), the digit will
increase by 1 minute. If you hold button (2)
pressed, the count increases cyclically in
steps of 1 minute every second;
if button (2) is kept pressed for more than 5
seconds, steps increase in steps of 1 every
100 ms (seconds will not flash while button
(2) is pressed).
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4
2
4
4
4
2
4
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
4
4
2
Fig. 40
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To confirm (store) the new set time press button (4).
The EXIT box starts flashing, press button (4) to go
back to the setting menu.
Note
In case of battery off, when the Voltage is
restored and upon next Key-On, clock will have to be
set again, i.e. it will automatically start counting from
00:00.
To quit, press button (4).
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Pin Code
This function allows enabling and then modifying a 4digit PIN code to "temporarily" start the vehicle in case
of Immobilizer system malfunction.
The PIN CODE is initially not present in the
motorcycle, it must be activated by the user by
entering his/her 4-digit PIN in the instrument panel,
otherwise the motorcycle cannot be started
temporarily in the case of a malfunction. To activate
this function, refer to "Entering the PIN CODE"
procedure.
To change the PIN refer to "Changing the PIN CODE"
procedure.
In order to temporarily start the motorcycle in case of
malfunction of the Immobilizer system, please refer
to the "Vehicle Release" procedure.
Warning
The motorcycle owner must activate (store) the
PIN code; if there is already a stored PIN, contact an
Authorised Ducati Dealer to have the function "reset".
To perform this procedure, the Authorised Ducati
Dealer may ask you to demonstrate that you are the
owner of the motorcycle.
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Entering the PIN CODE
To activate the PIN CODE function and enter your
own PIN CODE you must open the SETTING MENU.
Select PIN CODE option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU
button (4).
3)
4)
Each time you press the button (1) the displayed
number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1" and then
starts back from "0";
To confirm the number, press the button (4);
Repeat the procedures until you confirm all the digits
of the PIN CODE.
Note
If upon accessing this function, the "O : " (Old)
indication is displayed together with four flashing
dashes "- - - -", a PIN code is already stored and the
Function is already active.
When accessing the function, the display will show
"N:" (new) followed by four flashing dashes "- - - -".
To go back to the previous indication without
activating a PIN CODE, press button (2); as soon as
the "EXIT" box starts flashing, press button (4) again.
Entering the code:
1)
2)
Press button (4), only one digit indicating "0"
starts flashing;
Each time you press button (2) the displayed
number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then
starts back from "0";
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2
4
1
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
2
Fig. 41
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Press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last figure:
the 4-digit code starts flashing.
To memorise the entered PIN, keep button (4)
pressed for 3 seconds.
If new settings have been saved, "MEM" will be
shown and the "EXIT" box will be flashing.
To quit, press button (4).
Once the first PIN CODE is stored, this menu page is
no longer available and is replaced by the page for
changing the PIN CODE.
2
1
4
4
4
1
4
2
Fig. 42
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Changing the PIN CODE
To change the existing PIN CODE and activate a new
one, you must open the SETTING MENU.
Select PIN CODE option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU
button (4).
Note
If upon accessing this function, the "N : " (New)
and four flashing dashes "- - - -" are shown, it means
that the PIN CODE has never been activated and it is
necessary to do it.
When accessing the function, the display will show
"O: " (old) followed by four flashing dashes "- - - -".
Note
To change the PIN CODE, you must know the
already stored PIN.
To go back to the previous indication without
modifying the PIN CODE, press button (2); as soon
as the "EXIT" box starts flashing, press button (4)
again.
Entering the "old" code:
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1)
2)
3)
4)
Press button (4), only one digit indicating "0"
starts flashing;
Each time you press button (2) the displayed
number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then
starts back from "0";
Each time you press the button (1) the displayed
number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1" and then
starts back from "0";
To confirm the number, press the button (4);
Repeat the procedures until you confirm all the digits
of the PIN CODE.
1
4
4
4
2
4
E
1
4
4
2
1
D
4
F
2
Fig. 43
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After pressing button (4) to confirm the fourth and last
figure, the 4-digit code starts flashing.
Press button (4) to check the entered PIN CODE.
After you press the button:
-
-
if the PIN CODE is correct (D), the instrument
panel shows "OK" flashing for 3 seconds,
followed by "N: " (new) and four flashing dashes
"- - - -" relevant to the new PIN CODE (F);
if the PIN CODE is not correct (E), the instrument
panel shows ERR. flashing for 3 seconds,
followed by "O: " (old) and four flashing dashes "- - -" to enter the PIN again. .
Repeat the procedures until you confirm all the digits
of the PIN CODE.
Entering the "new" code:
1)
2)
3)
4)
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Press button (4), only one digit indicating "0"
starts flashing;
Each time you press button (2) the displayed
number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then
starts back from "0";
Each time you press the button (1) the displayed
number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1" and then
starts back from "0";
To confirm the number, press the button (4);
Repeat the procedures until you confirm all the digits
of the PIN CODE.
2
1
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
2
Fig. 44
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Press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last figure:
the 4-digit code starts flashing.
To memorise the new setting, keep button (4)
pressed for 3 seconds.
If new settings have been saved (D), "MEM" will be
shown, the "EXIT" option will be highlighted and its
box will be flashing.
To quit, press button (4).
If settings have not been saved, the instrument panel
will highlight again the string of four dashes "- - - -" of
the new PIN to allow the rider to try again and enter
a new code.
2
1
4
4
Note
You can change your PIN CODE an unlimited
number of times.
4
1
4
2
Fig. 45
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Setting the units of measurement
This function allows changing the units of
measurement of the displayed values.
To manually set the units of measurement, you must
enter the SETTING MENU.
Select UNITS option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU
button (4).
When entering this function, use buttons (1) and (2)
to select the parameter for which you want to set a
new unit of measurement or to restore the default
settings:
-
SPEED;
temperature (TEMP.);
restore the default settings for units of
measurement (UNIT:DF).
To exit the menu and go back to the previous page,
select "EXIT" and press button (4).
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2
4
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
1
2
4
2
Fig. 46
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Setting the units of measurement: Speed
This function allows changing the unit of
measurement of Vehicle speed, Odometer, Trip 1,
Trip 2 and Trip Fuel (when active). To gain access to
this function enter the SETTING MENU, use buttons
(1) and (2) to select UNITS and press button (4). Select
SPEED option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
Once SPEED function is highlighted, press CONFIRM
MENU button (4). When entering the function, units
of measurement (mph, km/h) are indicated: current
unit of measurement is flashing while the other
available unit is not flashing. Press buttons (1) and (2)
to highlight the units of measurement one by one: in
particular, use button (1) to highlight the following
item and button (2) to highlight the previous item.
Select the required unit of measurement and then
press the CONFIRM MENU button (4) to confirm the
selected unit; then the selected unit of measurement
is saved in the instrument panel and the SPEED
indication starts flashing again.
-
-
Km/h: if this unit is set, the following values will
have the same units of measurement:
1) TOT, TRIP 1, TRIP 2, TRIP FUEL: Km
2) Motorcycle speed: Km/h
mph: if this unit is set, the following values will
have the same units of measurement:
1) TOT, TRIP 1, TRIP 2, TRIP FUEL: miles
2) Motorcycle speed: mph
Press button (2) to make the EXIT box flash; press
button (4) to quit and go back to the previous window.
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4
2
4
1
4
4
2
1
1
4
2
Fig. 47
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Setting the units of measurement:
Temperature
-
This function allows you to change the units of
measurement of the Air Temperature indications.
To gain access to this function enter the SETTING
MENU, use buttons (1) and (2) to select UNITS and
press button (4).
Select TEMP option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
Once TEMP. function is highlighted, press CONFIRM
MENU button (4).
When entering the function, units of measurement
(°C, °F) are indicated: current unit of measurement is
flashing while the other available unit is not flashing.
Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the units of
measurement one by one: in particular, use button (1)
to highlight the following item and button (2) to
highlight the previous item. Select the required unit
of measurement and then press the CONFIRM
MENU button (4) to confirm the selected unit; then
the selected unit of measurement is saved in the
instrument panel and the "TEMP." indication starts
flashing again.
-
°C: if this unit is set, the following values will have
the same units of measurement:
1) T – AIR: °C
°F: if this unit is set, the following values will have
the same units of measurement:
1) T – AIR: °F
Press button (2) to make the EXIT box flash; press
button (4) to quit and go back to the previous window.
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4
2
4
4
4
1
2
1
1
4
2
Fig. 48
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DEFAULT setting
This function allows setting the DEFAULT units of
measurement according to the vehicle version.
To gain access to this function enter the SETTING
MENU, use buttons (1) and (2) to select UNITS and
press button (4). Press button (1) or (2) to make the
"UNIT:DF" option start flashing and then press button
(4) for 3 seconds.
After 3 seconds the instrument panel shows "WAIT"
for 2 seconds; then the "DF-OK" message indicates
that the units of measurement have been restored.
4
4
Fig. 49
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Light control
Low / High beam
This function allows you to reduce current
consumption from the battery, by managing
headlight switching-on and off.
Upon Key-On, low and high beams remain off (OFF).
By starting the engine, the low beam will be
automatically activated; from now on, the "standard"
operation will become active, i.e. it will be possible to
switch from low to high beam by pressing button (3)
in position (V) or use the "FLASH" function by pressing
button (3) in position (O). If engine is not started upon
key-on, it is anyway possible to switch the lights on
by pushing the button on the LH high/low beam
switch: button (3) in position (V).
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3
V
O
Fig. 50
The low beam lights are turned on the first time it is
pressed; from this moment, the same button can be
used to switch on (and off) the high beam light: if the
engine is not started within 60 seconds, the low
beam and high beam that were turned on will turn off.
If the headlight was turned on before starting the
engine with the procedure described above, the
headlight will turn off automatically when starting the
vehicle and will turn ON again when the engine has
been completely started.
will be interrupted and will restart when the speed
returns below the indicated threshold.
Turn indicators
Turn indicators are automatically controlled by the
instrument panel.
After activating one of the two turn indicators, user
can reset them using the button (3, Fig. 50) on the left
switch.
If the turn indicator is not reset manually, the
instrument panel will automatically switch it off after
the motorcycle has travelled 500 m (0.3 miles) from
when the turn indicator was activated. The counter
for the distance travelled for automatic deactivation
is only activated at speeds below 80 km/h (50 mph).
If the calculation of the distance for automatic
deactivation is activated and then the motorcycle
exceeds a speed of 80 km/h (50 mph), the calculation
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Hazard function
The "Hazard" function turns all four turn indicators on
at the same time to signal an emergency condition.
The "Hazard" function is activated by taking button (3)
to position (6) for 3 seconds. Activation is only
possible when motorcycle is ON (i.e. when key is
turned to "ON" while engine status does not matter).
When the "Hazard" function is active, all four turn
indicators blink at the same time as well as warning
lights (7) on the instrument panel. The "Hazard"
function can be disabled both with motorcycle on (key
set to "ON") - by taking button (3) to position (6) or by
taking button (3) to its central position - and with
motorcycle off (key set to OFF) by taking button (3)
to position (6).
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6
7
3
Fig. 51
After activating the "Hazard" function, if motorcycle is
switched OFF (key set to OFF), the function will stay
active until manually disabled by user or it will be
automatically disabled after 120 minutes (2 hours) to
save battery charge.
Immobilizer system
To further improve the anti-theft protection, the
motorcycle is equipped with an engine electronic
block system (IMMOBILIZER) that is automatically
activated every time the instrument panel is switched
off.
Inside of each key handgrip there is an electronic
device that modulates the signal sent by a special
antenna integrated in the ignition switch upon
starting.
Such modulated signal represents the "password",
that changes upon every starting, that allows the
control unit to acknowledge the key and thus starting
the engine.
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Keys
The motorcycle comes with 2 keys.
They contain the "Immobilizer system code".
Keys (B) are those for the standard use, i.e. to:
-
B
start the engine;
open the fuel tank plug;
open the seat lock.
Warning
Separate the keys and use only one of the two
to ride the bike.
Fig. 52
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Operation
Every time you turn the key from ON to OFF, the
protection system activates the engine block.
If also in this case you are not able to start the engine,
contact an authorised Ducati service centre.
Warning
Strong impacts could damage the electronic
components inside the key. During the procedure
always use the same key. Using different keys may
prevent the system from acknowledging the code of
the inserted key.
95
Duplicate keys
When a customer needs spare keys, he/she shall
contact a Ducati authorised service centre and bring
all keys he/she still has.
The Ducati authorised service centre will program all
new and old keys.
The Ducati authorised service centre may ask to the
customer to prove to be the motorcycle owner.
The codes of the keys missing during the
programming procedure will be erased to ensure that
any lost key can not start the engine.
Note
If the motorcycle owner changes, it is
necessary that the new owner is given all keys.
96
Entering PIN CODE function for overriding
purposes
In case of key acknowledgement system or key
malfunction, the instrument panel allows the user to
enter his/her own PIN CODE to temporarily restore
motorcycle operation.
If upon key-on an Immobilizer ERROR occurs, the
instrument panel automatically activates in MENU 1
the possibility to enter the four-digit PIN CODE
previously memorised with the relevant function in
the Setting Menu, PIN page.
Entering the code (A):
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press button (2) or (1), only one digit indicating "0"
starts flashing;
Each time you press button (2) the displayed
number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then
starts back from "0";
Each time you press the button (1) the displayed
number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1" and then
starts back from "0";
To confirm the number, press the button (4);
Repeat the procedures until you confirm all the digits
of the PIN CODE.
97
1
2
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
2
Fig. 53
98
When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and
last digit:
-
-
if the PIN code (A) is correct, the instrument
panel shows the message OK for 2 seconds
followed by the "standard screen" and enables
the vehicle to start (C);
if the PIN code (B) is not correct, the instrument
panel displays WRONG for 2 seconds and then
highlights the string of four dashes "- - - -" to allow
you to try again. The number of possible
attempts is unlimited and determined by a preset
time-out of 2 minutes (D). After 2 minutes, the
instrument panel shows the standard screen and
does not allow the vehicle to start (E).
Note
The vehicle can be started until a Key-Off is
performed. If the problem still persists upon the next
starting attempt, repeat the procedure from the
beginning in order to start the motorcycle temporarily
again.
Important
If this procedure is necessary in order to start
the motorcycle, contact an Authorised Ducati Service
Centre as soon as possible to fix the problem.
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B
A
4
D
E
Fig. 54
100
Controls
2
1
Position of motorcycle controls
8
Warning
This section shows the position and function of
the controls used to ride the motorcycle. Be sure to
read this information carefully before you use the
controls.
1) Instrument panel.
2) Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock.
3) Left-hand switch.
4) Clutch lever.
5) Rear brake pedal.
6) Right-hand switch.
7) Throttle twistgrip.
8) Front brake lever.
9) Gear change pedal.
4
6
3
7
9
5
Fig. 55
101
Key-operated ignition switch and steering
lock
It is located in front of the fuel tank and has four
positions:
A)
B)
C)
D)
A
C
: enables lights and engine operation;
: disables lights and engine operation;
: the steering is locked;
: parking light and steering lock.
Note
To move the key to the last two positions, press
it down before turning it. The key can be removed in
positions (B), (C) and (D).
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B
D
Fig. 56
Left-hand switch
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
dip switch, two-position light selector switch:
position
= low beam ON (A);
position
= high beam ON (B);
Button
= high-beam flasher (FLASH) and
instrument panel control (C).
Switch
= 3-position turn indicator control:
centre position = OFF;
= left turn;
position
position
= right turn.
To disable the turn indicator, press the control
once it returns to centre position.
= warning horn.
Button
Instrument panel control switch, position " ";
Instrument panel control switch, position " ";
A
1
B
C
Fig. 57
4
1
3
5
2
Fig. 58
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Clutch lever
Lever (1) disengages the clutch. When clutch lever (1)
is operated, the drive from the engine to the gearbox
and the drive wheel is disengaged. Using the clutch
properly is essential to smooth riding, especially
when moving off.
Important
Using the clutch properly will avoid damage to
transmission parts and spare the engine.
Note
The engine can be started with the side stand
down and the gearbox in neutral. If starting with a
gear engaged, pull in the clutch lever (in this case the
side stand must be up).
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1
Fig. 59
Clutch control free play adjustment
A
2
Warning
A wrong adjustment can seriously affect the
clutch operation and service life.
A worn clutch tensions the clutch cable.
Always check the free play, with cold engine, before
using the vehicle.
When operating the clutch lever, you must clearly feel
the passage from a very low resistance to a very high
resistance (operating force).
The free play corresponds to the lever travel where
the clutch resistance force is very low.
Operate the lever for its free play and check that
distance "A" is between 3 - 4 mm.
To adjust the free play make sure that it is not equal
to zero. Work on the primary adjuster (2) near the
clutch control.
Fig. 60
105
Adjuster (2), located on the lever, allows a maximum
adjustment (Q) of 11 mm, whereas the standard
adjustment (starting one) is of 5 mm. If working on
such adjuster proves insufficient, work on the
secondary adjuster (3).
Q
Warning
In case of a slipping clutch due to clutch wear,
adjuster (2) on the lever must NEVER be loosened,
but screwed, as described above.
If the clutch is still slipping, go to a Dealer or a Ducati
authorised service centre.
2
1
Fig. 61
3
Fig. 62
106
Right-hand switch
1
1) Red ON/OFF switch.
2) Black ENGINE START button.
The switch (1) has three positions:
A) centre: RUN OFF. In this position, the engine
cannot be started and all electronic devices are OFF.
B) pushed down: ON/OFF. In this position, the
system can be turned ON (Key-ON) and OFF (KeyOFF).
C) pushed up: RUN ON. The engine can only be
started in this position, pushing the black button (2).
2
Fig. 63
1
C
A
B
2
Fig. 64
107
Throttle twistgrip
The twistgrip (1) on the right handlebar opens the
throttles. When released, it will spring back to the
initial position (idling speed).
1
Fig. 65
108
Front brake lever
Pull in the lever (1) towards the twistgrip to operate
the front brake. The system is hydraulically operated
and you just need to pull the lever gently. The brake
lever has a dial adjuster (2) for adjusting the distance
between lever and twistgrip on the handlebar. To
adjust it, keep lever (1) fully extended, and turn dial
adjuster (2), turning it in correspondence of one of the
four foreseen positions. Keep in mind that the
position no. 1 corresponds to the maximum distance
between the lever and the handgrip, whereas
position no. 4 corresponds to the minimum distance.
2
1
Fig. 66
Warning
Set front brake lever when motorcycle is
stopped.
109
Rear brake pedal
Press pedal down with your foot to operate the rear
brake (1).
The control system is of the hydraulic type.
1
Fig. 67
110
Gear change pedal
When released, the gear change pedal automatically
returns to rest position N in the centre. This is
indicated by the instrument panel N light coming on.
The pedal can be moved:
-
-
down = press down the pedal to engage the 1st
gear and to shift down. The N light on the
instrument panel will go out;
upwards= lift the pedal to engage 2nd gear and
then 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th gears.
Each time you move the pedal you will engage the
next gear.
Fig. 68
6
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 69
111
Adjusting the position of the gearchange
pedal and rear brake pedal
1
The position of the gearchange and rear brake pedals
in relation to the footrests can be adjusted to suit the
requirements of the rider.
Adjust the pedals as follows:
Gear change pedal
Hold the linkage (1) and slacken the lock nuts (2) and
(3).
2
Note
Nut (2) has a left-hand thread.
Fit an open-end wrench to hexagonal element of
linkage (1) and rotate until setting pedal in the desired
position. Tighten both lock nuts onto linkage.
112
3
Fig. 70
Rear brake pedal
Loosen lock nut (4).
Turn pedal stroke adjusting screw (5) until pedal is in
the desired position. Tighten the lock nut (4).
Operate the pedal by hand to check that there is 1.5
to 2 mm of free play before the brake bites. If not,
adjust the length of the master cylinder control rod as
follows.
Loosen lock nut (6) on master cylinder rod.
Screw the rod (7) into the fork (8) to increase the free
play, or screw it out to reduce it.
Tighten lock nut (6) and check play again.
6
7
8
5
4
Fig. 71
113
Main components and
devices
5
2
Position on the vehicle
1) Tank filler plug.
2) Seat lock.
3) Side stand.
4) Rear-view mirrors.
5) Rear shock absorber adjusters.
6) Catalytic converter.
7) Exhaust silencer.
3
4
4
6
7
1
Fig. 72
114
Tank filler plug
Opening
Insert the key into the lock.
Turn the key clockwise by 1/4 of a turn to release the
lock.
Unscrew the plug (1).
Closing
Tighten the plug (1) with the key inserted and push it
down into its seat.
Turn the key counter clockwise to the original position
and remove it.
Note
Plug can only be closed when key is inserted.
Fig. 73
1
Warning
After refuelling, always make sure that the plug
is perfectly in place and closed.
Fig. 74
115
Seat lock
Opening
2
Insert the key (1) in lock, turn clockwise while
pressing down at the latch to help release the pin.
Remove the seat (2) pulling it backwards until sliding
it out of the front retainers.
Closing
Make sure all parts are correctly laid out and secured
in the underseat compartment.
Slide the front end (A) of the seat bottom underneath
the retainer (B) of the frame support.
1
Fig. 75
Press on seat (2) rear end until locking latch snaps.
Make sure the seat is safely secured to the frame and
remove the key (1) from the lock.
A
2
B
Fig. 76
116
Side stand
Important
Place the motorcycle on the side stand only
when you are not going to use it for short periods of
time. Before lowering the side stand, make sure that
the bearing surface is hard and flat.
Do not park on soft or pebbled ground or on asphalt
melt by the sun heat and similar or the motorcycle
may fall over. When parking in downhill road tracts,
always park the motorcycle with its rear wheel facing
downhill.
To pull down the side stand, hold the motorcycle
handlebar with both hands and push down on the
side stand (1) with your foot until it is fully extended.
Tilt the motorcycle until the side stand is resting on
the ground.
To move the side stand to its rest position (horizontal
position), lean the motorcycle to the right while lifting
the thrust arm (1) with your foot.
2
1
Fig. 77
Warning
Do not sit on the motorcycle when it is
supported on the side stand.
Note
Check for proper operation of the stand
mechanism (two springs, one into the other) and the
safety sensor (2) at regular intervals.
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USB connection
The motorcycle is equipped with a USB 5V
connection. Loads up to 1A can be connected to the
USB connection.
USB connection (1) is located under the seat and is
protected by a flap: lift flap to use connection.
Important
When the engine is off and key set to ON, do
not leave accessories connected to the USB socket
for a long period of time as the motorcycle battery
could run flat.
Warning
The USB connection, with no protection cap,
was not designed as a waterproof unit, you are thus
recommended not to connect any device to the USB
socket in case of rain.
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1
Fig. 78
Adjusting the rear shock absorber
The rear shock absorber has adjusters that enable you
to suit the setting to the load on the motorcycle. The
ring nut (A), located in the shock absorber upper side,
adjusts the external spring preload.
To change spring preload, turn the ring nut (A) using
the supplied pin wrench, and align ring nut cam with
the reference notch (B). Ring nut has five cams (1, 2,
3, 4 and 5) which correspond to the available preload
settings: turn counter clockwise (C) to INCREASE
preload, or turn clockwise (D) to DECREASE preload.
Standard setting is the one for which reference notch
(B) on shock absorber is aligned with ring nut third
cam: position indicated in the figure.
B
C
A
D
Fig. 79
B
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 80
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Warning
To turn the preload adjuster ring nut use the
wrench supplied with the tool kit. Pay attention to
avoid hand injuries by hitting motorcycle parts in case
the wrench tooth suddenly slips on the ring nut cam
while moving it.
Warning
The shock absorber is filled with gas under
pressure and may cause severe damage if taken apart
by unskilled persons.
When carrying a passenger and luggage, set the rear
shock absorber spring to proper preload to improve
motorcycle handling and keep safe clearance from
the ground.
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Riding the motorcycle
Running-in recommendations
Maximum rotation speed
For all mechanical parts of the motorcycle to adapt to
one another and above all not to adversely affect the
life of basic engine parts, it is advisable to avoid harsh
accelerations and not to run the engine at high rpm
for too long, especially uphill.
Furthermore, the drive chain should be inspected
frequently. Lubricate as required.
Rotation speed for running-in period and during
standard use (rpm):
1) up to 1,000 km;
2) from 1,000 km to 2,500 km.
Up to 1,000 km
During the first 1000 km, keep an eye on the rev
counter. It should never exceed: 5,500÷6,000 rpm.
During the first hours of riding, it is advisable to run
the engine at varying load and rpm, though still within
recommended limit.
To this end, roads with plenty of bends and even
slightly hilly areas are ideal for a most efficient
running-in of engine, brakes and suspensions.
For the first 100 km use the brakes gently. Avoid
sudden or prolonged braking. This will allow the
friction material on the brake pads to bed in against
the brake discs.
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From 1,000 km to 2,500 km
From 1,000 km to 2,500 km you can squeeze some
more power out of your engine. However never
exceed 7,000 rpm.
Important
During the whole running-in period, the
maintenance and service rules recommended in the
Warranty Card should be observed carefully. Failure
to follow these instructions releases Ducati Motor
Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for any
engine damage or shorter engine life.
Strict observance of running-in recommendations will
ensure longer engine life and reduce the likelihood of
overhauls and tune-ups.
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1.000 ÷ 2.500 Km
0 ÷ 1.000 Km
Fig. 81
Pre-ride checks
Warning
Failure to carry out these checks before riding,
may lead to motorcycle damage and injury to rider
and passenger.
Before riding, perform a thorough check-up on your
motorcycle as follows:
-
-
LIGHTS AND INDICATORS
Make sure lights, indicators and horn work
properly. Replace any burnt-out bulbs (page 90).
KEY LOCKS
Ensure that tank filler plug (page 115) and seat
(page 116) are properly locked.
STAND
Make sure side stand operates smoothly and is
in the correct position (page 117).
FUEL LEVEL IN THE TANK
Check the fuel level in the tank. Fill tank if needed
(page 133).
ENGINE OIL LEVEL
Check oil level in the sump through the sight
glass. Top up if needed (page 156).
BRAKE FLUID
Check fluid level in the relevant reservoirs (page
135).
TYRE CONDITION
Check tyre pressure and condition (page 154).
CONTROLS
Work the brake, clutch, throttle and gear change
controls (levers, pedals and twistgrip) and check
for proper operation.
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ABS light
After Key-ON, the ABS light stays ON.
When the motorcycle speed exceeds 5 km/h, the
warning light switches OFF to indicate the correct
operation of the ABS system.
Warning
In case of malfunction, do not ride the
motorcycle and contact a Ducati Dealer or authorised
Service Centre.
Fig. 82
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ABS device
Check that the front (1) and rear (2) phonic wheels are
clean.
1
Warning
Clogged reading slots would compromise
system proper operation. It is recommended to
disable ABS system in case of muddy road surface
because under this condition the system might be
subject to sudden failure.
Warning
Fig. 83
Prolonged wheelies could deactivate the ABS
system.
2
Fig. 84
125
Starting the engine
1
Warning
Before starting the engine, become familiar
with the controls you will need to use when riding.
Warning
Never start or run the engine indoors. Exhaust
gases are poisonous and may lead to loss of
consciousness or even death within a short time.
Move the ignition switch to (1, Fig. 85). Make sure
on the
both the green light N and the red light
instrument panel come on.
Fig. 85
Important
The oil pressure light should go out a few
seconds after the engine has started.
Fig. 86
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Warning
2
The side stand must be fully up (in a horizontal
position) as its safety sensor prevents engine starting
when down.
Note
It is possible to start the engine with 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).
Check that the stop switch (2, Fig. 87) is positioned
(RUN), then press the starter button
to
(3, Fig. 87).
Let the motorcycle start without operating the
throttle control.
3
Fig. 87
Note
If the battery is flat, system automatically
inhibits starter motor cranking operation.
Important
Do not rev up the engine when it is cold. Allow
some time for oil to be heated and reach all points
that need lubricating.
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Moving off
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Squeeze the control lever to disengage the
clutch.
Push down on gear change lever sharply with the
tip of your foot to engage the first gear.
Speed up the engine by turning the throttle
twistgrip while gradually releasing the clutch
lever; the motorcycle will start moving off.
Let go of clutch lever and speed up.
To shift up, close the throttle to slow down
engine, disengage the clutch, lift the gear change
lever and let go of clutch lever.
To shift down, proceed as follows: release the
twistgrip, pull the clutch lever, shortly speed up to
help gears synchronise, shift down (engage next
lower gear) and release the clutch.
The controls should be used correctly and timely:
when riding uphill do not hesitate to shift down as
soon as the motorcycle tends to slow down, so you
will avoid stressing the engine and the motorcycle
abnormally.
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Warning
Avoid harsh acceleration, as this may lead to
misfiring and transmission snatching. The clutch
lever should not be held in longer than necessary
after a gear is engaged, otherwise friction parts may
overheat and wear out.
Warning
Prolonged wheelies could deactivate the ABS
system.
Braking
Slow down in time, shift down to use engine brake
and then brake by operating both front and rear
brakes. Pull the clutch before the motorcycle stops to
avoid engine from suddenly stalling.
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
Using the brakes correctly under adverse conditions
is the hardest – and yet the most critical - skill to
master for a rider. Braking is one of the most difficult
and dangerous moments when riding a two wheeled
motorcycle: the possibility of falling or having an
accident during this difficult moment is statistically
higher than any other moment. A locked front wheel
leads to loss of traction and stability, resulting in loss
of control.
The Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) has been
developed to enable riders to use the motorcycle
braking force to the fullest possible amount in
emergency braking or under poor pavement or
adverse weather conditions.
ABS uses hydraulics and electronics to limit pressure
in the brake circuit when a special sensor mounted to
the wheel informs the electronic control unit that the
wheel is about to lock up.
This avoids wheel lockup and preserves traction.
Pressure is raised back up immediately and the
control unit keeps controlling the brake until the risk
of a lockup disappears.
Normally, the rider will perceive ABS operation as a
harder feel or a pulsation of the brake lever and pedal.
The front and rear brakes use separate control
systems, meaning that they operate independently.
Likewise, the ABS is not an integral braking system
and does not control both the front and rear brake at
the same time.
If desired, the system can be deactivated from the
instrument panel, using the "ABS control unit
enabling/disabling" function (seepage 64).
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Warning
When ABS is disabled, the motorcycle restores
the standard brake system features; using the two
brake controls separately reduces the motorcycle
braking efficiency. 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 will become less
effective. Always use the brakes very gently and
carefully when riding under these conditions. Any
sudden manoeuvres may lead to loss of control.
When tackling long, high-gradient downhill road
tracts, shift down gears to use engine braking. Apply
one brake at a time and use brakes sparingly. Keeping
the brakes applied all the time would cause the
friction material to overheat and reduce braking
power dangerously. Underinflated tyres reduce
braking efficiency, handling accuracy and stability in
a bend.
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Stopping the motorcycle
Reduce speed, shift down and release the throttle
twistgrip.
Shift down to engage first gear and then neutral.
Apply the brakes and bring the motorcycle to a
complete stop.
To switch the engine off, simply turn the key to
position (2).
2
1
Important
Do not leave the key to ON, position (1), with
engine off in order to avoid damaging any electrical
components.
Fig. 88
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Parking
3
Stop the motorcycle, then put it on the side stand. To
prevent theft, turn the handlebar fully left and turn the
ignition key to position (3). If you park in a garage or
other indoor area, make sure that there is proper
ventilation and that the motorcycle is not near a
source of heat. If required, turn the key to position (4)
to leave the parking lights on.
Important
Do not leave the key to position (4) for a long
time, or this could lead to battery discharge. Never
leave the ignition key in the switch when you are
leaving your motorcycle unattended.
Warning
The exhaust system might be hot, even after
engine is switched OFF; pay particular attention not
to touch the exhaust system with any body part and
do not park the motorcycle next to inflammable
material (wood, leaves etc.).
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4
Fig. 89
Warning
Using padlocks or other locks designed to
prevent motorcycle motion, such as brake disc locks,
rear sprocket locks, and so on is dangerous and may
impair motorcycle operation and affect the safety of
rider and passenger.
Refuelling
1
Never overfill the tank when refuelling. Fuel should
never be touching the rim of filler recess (1).
Warning
Use fuel with low lead content and an original
octane number of at least 95.
Warning
The motorcycle is only compatible with fuel
having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% is
forbidden. Using it could result in severe damage of
the engine and motorcycle components. Using fuel
with ethanol content over 10% will make the
warranty null and void.
Fig. 90
Max level
Fig. 91
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Tool kit and accessories
The tool box (1) is located under the seat.
The tool box includes:
-
screwdriver;
screwdriver handgrip;
3 mm Allen wrench;
4 mm Allen wrench;
preload adjustment wrench;
handgrip for preload adjustment wrench.
To access the compartment remove the seat page
116.
1
Fig. 92
Fig. 93
134
Main maintenance operations
Check brake fluid level
MIN
The level must not go below the MIN mark shown on
the respective reservoirs ((Fig. 94) shows the front
brake fluid reservoir, while (Fig. 95) shows the rear
brake fluid reservoir).
If level drops below the limit, air might get into the
circuit and affect the operation of the system
involved.
Fluid must be topped up and changed at the intervals
specified in the scheduled maintenance table
reported in the Warranty Booklet; please contact a
Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre.
Important
Fig. 94
MAX
It is recommended all lines be changed every
four years.
Fig. 95
135
Brake system
If you find exceeding clearance on brake lever or
pedal and brake pads are still in good condition,
contact your Ducati Dealer or authorised Service
Centre to have the system inspected and any air
drained out of the circuit.
Warning
Brake fluid can damage paintwork and plastic
parts, so avoid contact.
Hydraulic fluid is corrosive; it may cause damage and
lead to severe injuries. Never mix fluids of different
qualities. Check seals for proper sealing.
Changing the air filter
Important
Have the air filter maintenance performed at a
Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
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Checking brake pads for wear
MIN
Check brake pads wear through the inspection hole
in the callipers.
Change both pads if friction material thickness of
even just one pad is about 1 mm.
Warning
Friction material wear beyond this limit would
lead to metal support contact with the brake disc thus
compromising braking efficiency, disc integrity and
rider safety.
Fig. 96
Important
Have the brake pads replaced at a Ducati Dealer
or authorised Service Centre.
MIN
Fig. 97
137
Charging the battery
C
A
D
Warning
Have the battery removed at a Ducati Dealer or
authorised Service Centre.
To reach the battery, remove the seat page 116 and
remove battery cover (A), after disengaging rubber
band (C) and loosening screw (D). Loosen the screws
(1), remove the positive cable (2) and (ABS) positive
cable (3) from the positive terminal and the negative
cable (4) from the negative terminal always starting
from the negative one (-) and remove the battery by
sliding it out of its housing.
Fig. 98
1
Warning
The battery gives off explosive gases; never
cause sparks or allow naked flames and cigarettes
near the battery. When charging the battery, ensure
that the working area is properly ventilated.
1
2
3
4
Fig. 99
138
Charge the battery in a ventilated room.
Connect the battery charger leads to the battery
terminals: the red one to the positive terminal (+), the
black one to the negative terminal (-).
Important
Make sure the charger is OFF when you
connect the battery to it, or you might get sparks at
the battery terminals that could ignite the gases
inside the cells. Always connect the red positive (+)
terminal first.
Grease the screws (1, Fig. 99).
Refit the battery, connect the positive cable
(2, Fig. 99) and ABS positive cable (3, Fig. 99) to the
positive terminal, and the negative cable (4, Fig. 99)
to the negative terminal of the battery, always
starting from the positive one (+), and start the
screws (1, Fig. 99). Refit the battery cover
(A, Fig. 98), engage rubber band (C, Fig. 98) and
tighten screw (D, Fig. 98) to 5 Nm ± 10%.
Charge the battery at 0.9 A for 5÷10 hours.
If the motorcycle must be jump-started in an
emergency with an external starting device, it is
possible to connect the starting device to the battery
without removing it from the vehicle. Connect the
external starting device positive pole to the battery
positive pole and the external starting device negative
pole to the battery negative pole.
Warning
When connecting the external starting device to
the poles of the vehicle battery, pay utmost attention
not to touch any other metal parts on the vehicle.
Warning
Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
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Charging and maintenance of the battery during
winter storage
1
Your motorcycle is equipped with a connector (1),
located under the seat, to which you can connect a
special battery charger (2) (Battery maintenance kit
part no. 69924601A - various countries; Battery
maintainer kit part no. 69924601AX - for Japan, China
and Australia only) available from our sales network.
Note
The electric system of this model is designed so
as to ensure there is a very low power drain when the
motorcycle is OFF. Nevertheless, the battery
features a certain self-discharge rate that is normal
and depends on ambient conditions as well as on
"non-use" time.
Fig. 100
2
Fig. 101
140
Important
If battery is not kept at a minimum charge level
by a suitable battery charge maintainer, sulphation
may occur and this is an irreversible phenomenon
causing decreasing battery performance.
Note
When the motorcycle is left unused
(approximately for more than 30 days) we
recommend owners to use the Ducati battery charge
maintainer (Battery maintenance kit part no.
69924601A - various countries; Battery maintainer kit
part no. 69924601AX - for Japan, China and Australia
only) since its electronics monitors the battery
voltage and features a maximum charge current of
1.5 Ah. Connect the maintainer to the diagnostics
socket located in the rear side of the motorcycle.
Note
Using charge maintainers not approved by
Ducati could damage the electric system; motorcycle
warranty does not cover the battery if damaged due
to failure to comply with the above indications, since
it is considered as wrong maintenance.
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Lubricating cables and joints
It is necessary to periodically check the throttle
control cable and cold start cable external sheath for
wear. Their external plastic sheath should be free of
cracking or flattening. Work the controls to make sure
the cable slides smoothly inside the sheath: if you
feel any friction or catching, have the cable replaced
by a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
For trouble-free operation, periodically lubricate the
ends of all Bowden cables with SHELL Advance
Grease or Retinax LX2.
As far as the throttle cable is concerned, it is
recommended to undo the two screws (1) and open
the control, then grease the cable end and the pulley.
Warning
Carefully close the control after engaging the
cable in the pulley.
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1
1
Fig. 102
Refit the cover and tighten the screws (1) to a torque
of 1.8 Nm.
To ensure trouble-free operation of the side stand
joint, thoroughly clean it and then use SHELL Alvania
R3 grease to lubricate all friction points.
Adjusting the throttle cable
The throttle grip must have a free play of 2 to 4 mm
in all steering positions, measured on the outer edge
of the twistgrip; this value is indicated in the figure as
reference (A).
To adjust, work the relevant adjuster (1) located on
the control itself.
1
A
Fig. 103
143
Checking drive chain tension
Important
Have chain tension adjusted by a Ducati Dealer
or authorised Service Centre.
Make the rear wheel turn until you find the position
where chain is tightest. Set the motorcycle on the
side stand. With just a finger, push down the chain at
the point of measurement and release. Measure the
distance (A) between the centre of the chain pins and
the aluminium section of the swinging arm. It must
be: A = 27 ÷ 29 mm.
Important
If drive chain is too tight or slack, adjust tension
so as to bring values back to the specified range.
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=
=
A
Fig. 104
Warning
Correct tightening of swinging arm screws (1) is
critical to rider and passenger safety.
Important
1
2
Improper chain tension will lead to early wear of
transmission parts.
Check the correspondence of the positioning marks
on both sides of the swinging arm to ensure a perfect
wheel alignment. Grease the wheel shaft nut thread
(2) with SHELL Retinax HDX2 and tighten it to a
torque of 145 Nm. Grease the adjuster screws (1)
thread with SHELL Alvania R3 and tighten them to a
torque of 10 Nm.
Fig. 105
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Lubricating the drive chain
The chain fitted on your motorcycle has O-rings that
keep dirt out of and lubricant inside the sliding parts.
The seals might be irreparably damaged if the chain
is cleaned using any solvent other than those specific
for O-ring chains or washed using steam or water
cleaners.
After cleaning, blow the chain dry with compressed
air or wipe it with an absorbent material, then
lubricate each link with SHELL Advance Chain or
Advance Teflon Chain.
Important
Using non-specific lubricants may cause severe
damage to the chain and the front and rear sprockets.
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Replacing the headlight bulbs
2
Important
2
1
Have the lights replaced by a Ducati Dealer or
an Authorised Service Centre.
1
Warning
The headlight might fog up if the motorcycle is
used under the rain or after washing. Switch
headlight on for a short time to dry up any
condensate.
Before replacing a burnt-out bulb, make sure that the
new one matches the voltage and wattage
specifications in paragraph "Electric System" page
178. Always ensure that the new bulb you have
installed operates properly before refitting any parts
you have removed.
Loosen screws (1) and collect headlight support Ubolts (2).
Fig. 106
147
Loosen screw (3).
Tilt headlight towards the front mudguard and duly
support it while loosening screws (4) on light cover
(5) and remove cover.
3
Fig. 107
4
5
Fig. 108
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Disconnect the connector (6).
Release the clip (7).
The bulb (8) has a bayonet joint: press and twist
counter clockwise to remove it. Remove the bulb,
then fit the new one by pressing and turning
clockwise until it clicks into its seat.
6
Note
Be careful to hold the new bulb at the base only.
Never touch the transparent body with your fingers
or it will blacken resulting in reduced bulb brilliancy.
Fig. 109
To reassemble, refit any previously removed parts
following the removal procedure in reverse order and
tighten screws (1, Fig. 106) to 5 Nm.
8
7
8
Fig. 110
149
Changing the turn indicator bulbs
To change the front/rear turn indicator bulbs, loosen
the screw (1) and remove the lens (2).
2
1
Fig. 111
2
1
Fig. 112
150
Aligning the headlight
Note
Headlight features two adjusters, one for the
RH beam and one for the LH beam.
Check correct headlight aiming. Position the
motorcycle 10 metres from a wall or a screen, the
motorcycle must be perfectly upright with the tires
inflated to the correct pressure and with a rider
seated, perfectly perpendicular to the longitudinal
axis. On the wall or surface, draw a horizontal line at
the same height from the ground as the centre of the
headlight and a vertical line aligned with the
longitudinal axis of the motorcycle. If possible,
perform this check in dim light. Switch on the low
beam and adjust right and left beams. The height of
the upper limit between the dark area and the lit area
must not be more than 9/10 of the height from the
ground of the headlight centre.
9 x
10
x
10 m
Fig. 113
Note
This is the procedure specified by Italian
regulations for checking the maximum height of the
light beam. Please adapt said procedure to the
provisions in force in your own country.
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Aligning the headlight
1
The vertical alignment of the headlight can be
manually set by turning screw (1).
Important
stop.
Headlight beam adjuster screw has no limit
Warning
The headlight might fog up if the motorcycle is
used under the rain or after washing. Switch
headlight on for a short time to dry up any
condensate.
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Fig. 114
Adjusting the rear-view mirrors
Manually adjust rear-view mirror (A) to required
position.
A
Fig. 115
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Tubeless tyres
Front tyre pressure:
2.50 bar (rider only) - 2.50 bar (full load).
Rear tyre pressure:
2.50 bar (rider only) - 2.90 bar (full load).
As tyre pressure is affected by ambient temperature
and altitude variations, you are advised to check and
adjust it whenever you are riding in areas where
ample variations in temperature or altitude occur.
Important
Check and set tyre pressure when tyres are
cold. To avoid front wheel rim distortion, when riding
on bumpy roads, increase tyre pressure by 0.2 ÷ 0.3
bar.
Tyre repair or change (Tubeless tyres)
In the event of a tiny puncture, tubeless tyres will take
a long time to deflate, as they tend to keep air inside.
If you find low pressure on one tyre, check the tyre
for punctures.
Warning
Punctured tyres must be replaced. Replace
tyres with recommended standard tyres only. Be
sure to tighten the valve caps securely to avoid leaks
when riding. Never use tube type tyres. Failure to
heed this warning may lead to sudden tyre bursting
and to serious danger to rider and passenger.
After replacing a tyre, the wheel must be balanced.
Warning
Do not remove or shift the wheel balancing
weights.
Note
Have the tyres replaced at a Ducati Dealer or
authorised Service Centre. Correct removal and
installation of the wheels is essential. Some parts of
the ABS (such as sensors and phonic wheels) are
mounted to the wheels and require specific
adjustment.
Minimum tread depth
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Measure tread depth (S, Fig. 116) at the point where
tread is most worn down: it should not be less than
2 mm, and in any case not less than the legal limit.
S
Important
Visually inspect the tyres at regular intervals for
detecting cracks and cuts, especially on the side
walls, bulges or large spots that are indicative of
internal damage. Replace them if badly damaged.
Remove any stones or other foreign bodies caught in
the tread.
Fig. 116
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Check engine oil level
Engine oil level can be checked through the sight
glass (1) located onto clutch cover. Oil level must be
checked with the motorcycle perfectly upright and
the engine cold. Oil level should be between the
marks on the sight glass. If the level is low, top up
with SHELL Advance 4T Ultra engine oil. Remove the
oil filler cap (2) and top up until the oil reaches the
required level. Refit the plug.
Important
Engine oil and oil filters must be changed by a
Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre at the
intervals specified in the scheduled maintenance
chart reported in the Warranty Card.
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2
1
Fig. 117
Viscosity
10W
Unigrade
20W
M ultigrade
SAE 15W-50
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.
20
30
40
20W–40 20W–50
15W–40 15W–50
10W–40
10W–30
–10
0
10
20
30
40 C
Fig. 118
157
Cleaning and replacing the spark plugs
Spark plugs are essential to smooth engine running
and should be checked at regular intervals.
Have the spark plug replaced by a Ducati Dealer or an
authorised Service Centre.
Fig. 119
158
Cleaning the motorcycle
To preserve the finish of metal parts and paintwork,
wash and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals,
anyway according to road conditions. Use specific
products only. Prefer biodegradable products. Avoid
aggressive detergents or solvents.
Use only water and neutral soap to clean the Plexiglas
and the seat.
Periodically clean by hand all aluminium components.
Use special detergents, suitable for aluminium parts.
Do NOT use abrasive detergents or caustic soda.
Note
Do not use sponges with abrasive parts or steel
wool: only use soft cloths.
However, the warranty does not apply to motorcycles
whenever poor maintenance status is ascertained.
Important
Do not wash your motorcycle right after use.
When the motorcycle is still hot, water drops will
evaporate faster and spot hot surfaces.
Never clean the motorcycle using hot or highpressure water jets.
Cleaning the motorcycle with a high pressure water
jet may lead to seizure or serious faults in forks,
wheel hubs, electric system, headlight (fogging), fork
seals, air inlets or exhaust silencers, with consequent
loss of compliance with the safety requirements.
Clean off stubborn dirt or exceeding grease from
engine parts using a degreasing agent. Be sure to
avoid contact with drive parts (chain, sprockets, etc.).
Rinse with warm water and dry all surfaces with
chamois leather.
Warning
Braking performance may be impaired
immediately after washing the motorcycle. Never
grease or lubricate the brake discs to avoid losing
braking power. Clean the discs with an oil-free
solvent.
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Warning
The headlight might fog up due to washing, rain
or moisture. Switch headlight on for a short time to
help and dry up any condensate.
Carefully clean the phonic wheels of the ABS in order
to ensure system efficiency. Do not use aggressive
products in order to avoid damaging the phonic
wheels and the sensors.
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Storing the motorcycle
If the motorcycle is to be left unridden over long
periods, it is advisable to carry out the following
operations before storing it away:
-
-
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.
clean the motorcycle;
empty the 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 so a protective film
of oil will spread on cylinder inner walls;
place the motorcycle on a service stand;
disconnect and remove the battery.
Battery should be checked and charged (or replaced,
as required) whenever the motorcycle has been left
unridden for over a month.
Protect the motorcycle with a suitable canvas. This
will protect paintwork and let condensate breathe
out.
The canvas is available from Ducati Performance.
Important notes
Some countries, such as France, Germany, Great
Britain, Switzerland, etc. have compulsory emission
and noise standards that include mandatory
inspections at regular intervals.
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Scheduled maintenance chart
Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be carried out by the dealer
List of operations and type of intervention
[set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *]
km. x1,000
1
mi. x1,000 0.6
12
24
36
48
7.5
15
22.5
30
Time
(months)
Reading of the error memory with DDS and check of
software version update on control units
12
Check the presence of any technical updates and recall
campaigns
12
Change engine oil and filter
12
Clean the engine oil mesh filter assembly
Check and/or adjust valve clearance
-
Change timing belts
60
Change spark plugs
-
Clean air filter
-
Change air filter
-
Check brake fluid level
12
Change brake fluid
36
Check brake disc and pad wear. Change, if necessary
12
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List of operations and type of intervention
[set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *]
km. x1,000
1
mi. x1,000 0.6
12
24
36
48
7.5
15
22.5
30
Time
(months)
Check the proper tightening of brake calliper bolts and
brake disc flange screws
12
Check front and rear wheel nuts tightening
12
Check frame-to-engine fasteners tightening
-
Check wheel hub bearings
-
Check and lubricate the rear wheel shaft
-
Check the cush drive damper on rear sprocket
-
Check the proper tightening of final drive front and rear
sprocket nuts
12
Check final drive (chain, front and rear sprocket) and sliding shoe wear
12
Check final drive chain tension and lubrication
12
Check steering bearings and lubricate, if necessary
-
Change front fork fluid
-
Visually check the front fork and rear shock absorber
seals
12
Check the freedom of movement and tightening of the
side and central stand (if any)
12
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List of operations and type of intervention
[set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *]
km. x1,000
1
mi. x1,000 0.6
12
24
36
48
7.5
15
22.5
30
Time
(months)
Visually check the fuel lines
12
Check rubbing points, clearance, freedom of movement
and positioning of hoses and electric wiring in view
12
Lubricate the levers at the handlebar and pedal controls
12
Check tyre pressure and wear
12
Check the battery charge level
12
Check secondary air system operation
-
Check the operation of the safety electrical devices (side
stand sensor, front and rear brake switches, engine stop
switch, gear/neutral sensor)
12
Check lighting, turn indicators, horn and controls
12
Reset the Service indication through the DDS
-
Final test and road test of the motorcycle, testing safety
devices (ex. ABS) and idling
12
Softly clean the motorcycle
12
Fill out that the service was performed in on-board documentation (Service Booklet)
12
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List of operations and type of intervention
[set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *]
km. x1,000
1
mi. x1,000 0.6
Check spoked wheels as specified in the workshop manual
12
24
36
48
7.5
15
22.5
30
Time
(months)
-
* Service operation to be carried out in accordance with the specified distance or time intervals (km, miles
or months), whichever occurs first
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Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be carried out by the Customer
List of operations and type of intervention [set mileage (km/mi) or time
interval *]
km. x1,000
1
mi x1,000
0.6
Months
6
Check engine oil level
Check brake fluid level
Check tyre pressure and wear
Check final drive chain tension and lubrication
Check brake pads. If necessary, contact your dealer to replace pads
* Service operation to be carried out in accordance with the specified distance or time intervals (km, miles
or months), whichever occurs first
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Technical data
Weights
Overall weight (in running order with 90% of fuel 93/93/EC):
186 kg (ICON);
192 kg (URBAN ENDURO);
186 kg (FULL THROTTLE);
186,5 kg (CLASSIC);
Overall weight (without fluids and battery):
170 kg (ICON);
176 kg (URBAN ENDURO);
170 kg (FULL THROTTLE);
176,5 kg (CLASSIC);
Maximum allowed weight (carrying full load):
365 kg
Warning
Failure to observe weight limits could result in
poor handling and impair the performance of your
motorcycle, and you may lose control of the
motorcycle.
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Dimensions
B
D
D
D
855±20 mm
170±20 mm
300±20 mm
1150±20 mm
1104±20 mm
790±20 mm
460±20 mm
C
D
C
B
A
1450±20 mm
A
B
C 2100±20 mm / D 2140±20mm
Fig. 120
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Whenever values are indicated with a letter, please refer to the following list:
A) Scrambler ICON
B) Scrambler URBAN ENDURO
C) Scrambler FULL THROTTLE
D) Scrambler CLASSIC
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Fuel, lubricants and other fluids
FUEL, LUBRICANTS AND OTHER
FLUIDS
TYPE
Fuel tank, including a reserve of 4 cu. dm Unleaded fuel with a minimum octane rat- 13.5 cu. dm (litres)
ing of RON 95.
(litres)
Oil sump and filter
SHELL - Advance 4T Ultra
3.4 cu. dm (litres)
Front/rear brake and clutch circuits
SHELL Advance Brake DOT 4
-
Protectant for electric contacts
SHELL Advance Contact Cleaner
-
Front fork
SHELL Advance Fork 7.5 or Donax TA
427 cu. cm (right leg)
298 cu. cm (left leg)
Important
Do not use any additives in fuel or lubricants. Using them could result in severe damage of the engine
and motorcycle components.
Warning
The motorcycle is only compatible with fuel having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% is forbidden. Using it could result in severe damage of the engine
and motorcycle components. Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% will make the warranty null and void.
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Engine
Longitudinal 90º "L" twin cylinder, four-stroke.
Bore, mm: 88
Stroke, mm: 66
Total displacement, cu. cm: 803
Compression ratio: 11±0.5:1
Max. power at crankshaft (95/1/EC):
55 kW - 74 HP at 8,250 rpm
Max. torque at crankshaft (95/1/EC):
68 Nm - 6.9 Kgm at 5,750 rpm.
Maximum rpm:
9,200.
Important
Do not exceed the specified rpm limits in any
running conditions.
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Timing system
DESMODROMIC system with two valves per
cylinder controlled by four rocker arms (two opening
and two closing ones) and one overhead camshaft.
This system is driven by the crankshaft through spur
gears, belt rollers and toothed belts.
Desmodromic timing system
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
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Opening (or upper) rocker arm;
Upper rocker arm shim;
Split rings;
Closing (or lower) rocker arm shim;
Return spring for lower rocker arm;
Closing (or lower) rocker arm;
Camshaft;
Valve.
1
5
2
7
3
8
4
6
Fig. 121
Performance data
Fuel system
Maximum speed in any gear should be reached only
after a correct running-in period with the motorcycle
properly serviced at the recommended intervals.
SIEMENS indirect electronic injection.
Injectors per cylinder: 1
Firing points per injector: 8
Fuel supply: 95-98 RON.
Important
Failure to follow these instructions releases
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability
whatsoever for any engine damage or shorter engine
life.
Spark plugs
Make: NGK
Type: DCPR8E
Warning
The motorcycle is only compatible with fuel
having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% is
forbidden. Using it could result in severe damage of
the engine and motorcycle components. Using fuel
with ethanol content over 10% will make the
warranty null and void.
Brakes
Separate-action anti-lock braking system operated by
hall-type sensors mounted to each wheel with phonic
wheel detection: ABS can be disabled.
FRONT
Semi-floating drilled disc.
Braking material: steel.
Carrier material: steel.
Disc diameter: 330 mm.
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Hydraulically operated by a control lever on handlebar
right-hand side.
Brake calliper make: BREMBO.
Type: M4.3 pistons.
Friction material: TT 2182 FF.
Master cylinder type: PS 13/22.
REAR
With fixed drilled steel disc.
Disc diameter: 245 mm.
Hydraulically operated by a pedal on RH side.
Make: BREMBO
Type: PF32.
Friction material: FERIT I/D 450 FF.
Master cylinder type: PS 11.
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 abundant running water.
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Transmission
Wet clutch controlled by the lever on left-hand side
of the handlebar.
Drive is transmitted from engine to gearbox primary
shaft via spur gears.
Front chain sprocket/clutch gearwheel ratio: 33/61
6-speed gearbox with constant mesh gears and gear
change pedal on left side of motorcycle.
Gearbox output sprocket/rear chain sprocket ratio:
15/39
Total gear ratios:
1st gear 13/32
2nd gear 18/30
3rd gear 21/28
4th gear 23/26
5th gear 22/22
6th gear 26/24
Drive chain from gearbox to rear wheel.
Make: DID
Type: 520 VF
Size: 5/8" x 1/4"
Links: 104
Important
The above gear ratios are the homologated ones
and under no circumstances must they be modified.
Warning
If the rear sprocket needs replacing, contact a
Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre.
If improperly replaced, this component could
seriously endanger your safety, as well as the
passenger one, and cause irreparable damage to your
motorcycle.
Frame
High-strength tubular steel trellis frame.
Steering angle (per side): 35°
Steering head angle: 24°
Trail in mm: 112
Wheels
Ten-spoke light alloy wheel rims (ICON, FULL
THROTTLE).
Spoked wheel rims (URBAN ENDURO, CLASSIC)
Front
Size: MT 3.00 x 18"
Rear
Size: MT 5.50 x 17"
Both wheel shafts can be removed.
Tyres
Front
"Tubeless", radial tyre.
Size: 110/80-R18 MC 58H
Rear
"Tubeless", radial tyre.
Size: 180/55-R17 MC73H
Suspensions
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Front
Non-adjustable hydraulic upside-down fork.
Stanchion diameter:
51 mm.
Wheel travel: 150 mm.
Rear
Progressive. The shock absorber is adjustable for
spring preload. At the bottom pivot point it is
connected to a die-cast aluminium single-sided
swinging arm. The whole system gives the
motorcycle excellent stability.
Suspension travel: 61 mm.
Rear wheel travel: 150 mm.
Exhaust system
Single silencer with stainless steel expansion and
insulation chambers.
Catalytic converter built into the silencer and two
lambda sensors on the exhaust pipes at the head
output.
Available colours
Scrambler ICON
‘62 Yellow
Primer code DS20052 (LECHLER);
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Varnish code MC060035 (LECHLER);
Charcoal black frame AKZO NOBEL code MY/
2/9611AV
Matt Black wheel rims PEHADUR EINBRENN-LACK
VPCH03352 (Peter Lacke)
Ducati Red
Primer code 2920007 (LECHLER);
Varnish code LMC06017 (LECHLER);
Charcoal black frame AKZO NOBEL code MY/
2/9611AV
Matt Black wheel rims PEHADUR EINBRENN-LACK
VPCH03352 (Peter Lacke)
Scrambler URBAN ENDURO
Wild Green
Primer code DS20054 (LECHLER);
Varnish code MC060013 (LECHLER);
Charcoal black frame AKZO NOBEL code MY/
2/9611AV
Matt Black wheel rims PEHADUR EINBRENN-LACK
VPCH03352 (Peter Lacke)
Scrambler FULL THROTTLE
Deep Black
Primer code 881I0748 (PALINAL);
Base coat code 929.R223 (PALINAL);
Clear coat code 923I.2176 (PALINAL);
Charcoal black frame AKZO NOBEL code MY/
2/9611AV
Matt Black wheel rims PEHADUR EINBRENN-LACK
VPCH03352 (Peter Lacke)
Scrambler CLASSIC
Orange Sunshine
Primer code DS20052 (LECHLER);
Base coat code 2909041 (LECHLER);
Clear coat code 96230 (LECHLER);
Charcoal black frame AKZO NOBEL code MY/
2/9611AV
Matt Black wheel rims PEHADUR EINBRENN-LACK
VPCH03352 (Peter Lacke)
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Electric system
Basic electric items are:
Headlight:
low/high beam: H4 bulb (12V – 60/55W);
parking light: no. 1 LED (3.1W — 13.5V)
Electrical controls on handlebars.
Turn indicators:
front: 12V RY10W bulb;
rear: 12 VRY10W bulb.
Horn.
Stop light switches.
Battery, 12V-10 Ah, dry.
GENERATOR 14V-490W.
ELECTRONIC RECTIFIER, protected by a 30A fuse
located next to fuse box (C, Fig. 123).
Starter motor: 12V-0.7 kW.
Tail light:
parking light: 2 LEDs (3.24W-12V);
stop light: 6 LEDs (7.9W-12V).
Number plate light:
lamp: 3 LEDs (0.67W-13.5V).
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Note
For bulb replacement instructions, please see
the paragraph "Replacing the high and low beam
bulbs".
Fuses
There are seven fuses that protect the electric
components, located inside the fuse box, and one on
the solenoid starter. The fuse box includes two spare
fuses.
Refer to the table below to identify the circuits
protected by the various fuses and their ratings.
The fuse box (A, Fig. 122) is located under the seat
so it is necessary to remove the seat and the battery
cover to reach it. To expose the fuses, lift the box
protective cover. Mounting position and ampere
capacity are marked on box cover.
Fuse box key
1
2
A
3
4
Pos
El. item
Rat.
5
1
Key-on
10 A
6
2
El. loads
15 A
3
Instrument panel
10 A
4
Control unit
5A
5
Injection
20 A
6
ABS motor
25 A
7
ABS
10 A
7
Fig. 122
179
The main fuse (C) is positioned on the solenoid starter
(D). Remove the fuse cap (E) to reach it. A blown fuse
can be identified by breakage of the inner filament (F).
Important
E
C
Switch the ignition key to OFF before replacing
the fuse to avoid possible short-circuits.
Warning
Never use a fuse with a rating other than
specified. Failure to observe this rule may damage
the electric system or even cause fire.
D
Fig. 123
F
F
Fig. 124
180
Injection/electric system diagram key
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
24)
Front stop switch
Clutch switch
Right-hand switch
Key switch
Left-hand switch
Fuse box
Mobile phone power socket
Bluetooth Module
ABS control unit
Starter motor
Fused solenoid
Battery
Alarm
Rectifier
Generator
Rear right turn indicator
Tail light
Rear left turn indicator
Number plate light
Fuel unit
Fuel pump ground
Main relay
Fuel pump relay
Vertical lambda sensor
25)
26)
27)
28)
29)
30)
31)
32)
33)
34)
35)
36)
37)
38)
39)
40)
41)
42)
43)
44)
45)
46)
47)
48)
49)
50)
Horizontal lambda sensor
Horizontal spark plug
Horizontal coil
Vertical spark plug
Vertical coil
Horizontal injector
Vertical injector
Potentiometer drive (TPS)
Secondary air actuator
MAP sensor
Oil temperature sensor
ECT sensor
Rear speed sensor
Side stand switch
Gear sensor
Oil pressure switch
Rear stop light
Data Acquisition / Diagnosis (DDA)
Timing/rpm sensor
Air temperature sensor
Control unit
Stepper motor
Front speed sensor
Transponder antenna
Instrument panel
LH heated handgrip
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51)
52)
53)
54)
55)
RH heated handgrip
Front left turn indicator
Headlight
Front right turn indicator
Horn
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
Note
The electric system wiring diagram is at the end
of this manual.
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Routine maintenance record
Routine maintenance record
KM
NAME
DUCATI SERVICE
MILEAGE (KM)
DATE
1000
12000
24000
36000
48000
60000
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V
RBk BkY R Bk
R
RWRBk
OFF
PUSH
RUN
G/Bk
G/R
LOCK
PARK
Y
U
PUSH
L
N
D
N
R
RBk L
LO
HI
10
OFF
PUSH
ON
5 6 7
1 2
B
4 3 2 1
R
W/B P/Bk
P/Bk
R/Bk
-
-
-
R/Y
Y
R/W
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Gr
W
Gr
n.c.
Bk/G
Y/Gr
Y/B
Y/R
12
30 A
15
13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
B/Bk
R/Bk
Bk/G
Bk/G
-
14
11
Y BW
RBk O
OFF
PUSH
OFF
4
FREE
2 3
2 1
8
R
R
W/G
Bk
Gr/R
4 3 2 1
7
1
BWBk
2
R/B
53
6
Bk Gr RB Br
1
54
5
4
+
Bk
R
R/Bk Gr/G
Bk/G G/Bk
Bn/W
1 2
-
3
55
Y
Bk
R
Gr/Y
W
YY Y
Gr
R
Bk/G R/Bk
R R BkBk
Gr
R/B
V
W
Y/B
Y
Bk
W/G
Bk/G
1
2
Gr/R
Y
Bk/G
1
2
3
16
9
1
2
Bk
G/Bk
Bk/B
R/Bk
N.C.
Gr/R
N.C.
N.C.
R
Bk
Gr/G
W/B
W
Bk
B
N.C.
N.C.
R
51
17
W/Bk
Bk/G
W/V
Bk
18
1
2
19
1
2
Y
Bk/G
50
1
2
W/V
Bk
+
20
-
NC
Bk/G
Lb/Y
P/Y
Bn/W
1234 5
Bn/W Bn/W
23
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
35
Bn/W
Bn/W Bn/W
Bn/W
Bn/W
Bn/Bk
n.c.
Gr
Gr
O/Bk
O/W
Y/B
Gr/Y
R/Bk
P/Y
n.c.
Lb/Y
Y/R
W
W/Y
Y/Gr
Bk/G
G/Bk
Gr/G
R/Y
W
W/G
W/Bk
W/G
W/Bk
W/V
W/V
Y/B
R/Y
22
Lb
V
W
Gr
1
2
O/W
O/Bk
49
48
A B C D
1
A B
W/R Bk/G
Bk/W
Gr/R
3
2
Bn/W
Bn/W
P/Y
Bn/W
28
Gr/G
27
1
V
42
Gr/R
R/B
W/Y
36
38
Bk
2
43
41 40
O
Bn/W
Gr/B
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
35
34
33
32
O
V
25
24
31 30
1
39
37
Scrambler
C
G/Y
O
Bn/G Bk/V
1 2 3 4
45
44
Lb/W
Bn/W
W/R
R/Y
Bk/G
G/Bk
Gr/G
Gr/G
Gr/B
Bk/G
Bk/G
P/Y
Bn/W
Bk/B
Bk/B
G/Y
Bk/W
O
Lb
n.c.
W/R
n.c.
n.c.
Bn/W
n.c.
Bk
W/R
Bn/Bk
n.c.
B
Bk/V
V
S.C.
Y/G
Gr
Lb
S.C.
Lb
shield
W
W/B
O
Gr/R
W/B
P/Bk
Bn/G
B/Bk
B/Bk
R/Bk
G/Bk
Lb/W
B
R/Y
Gr/G
n.c.
A1
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
C1
C2
C3
C4
D1
D2
D3
D4
E1
E2
E3
E4
F1
F2
F3
F4
G1
G2
G3
G4
H1
H2
H3
H4
J1
J2
J3
J4
K1
K2
K3
K4
L1
L2
L3
L4
M1
M2
M3
M4
46
Y/G
Bk/V
Lb
Bk/W
R/Bk
Bk/B
W/B
Bk/V
Lb
Bk/W
R/Bk
Bk/B
47
Bn/G
Bk/W
O
2
29
26
21
Bk/G
2 1
W/Bk
Bk
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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