DUCATI MONSTER S4R And DUCATI MONSTER S2R EXHAUST SYSTEM Installation instructions

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REMOVAL OF STOCK EXHAUST SYSTEM: 1. Put the motorcycle on a side stand, we recommend a racing stand. Make sure, that surface is solid and flat. 2. Remove stock heat shields (Figure 1, 2) 3. Unscrew the bolts from the metal clamps at the muffler – collector joints (Figure 3, 4). T-handle 10mm wrench T-handle 12mm wrench T-handle 13mm wrench T-handle 3mm three hexagon key wrench T-handle 5mm three hexagon key wrench Combination 13mm wrench Spring puller Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4
NAV – 124 3 Figure 10 Figure 7 Figure 8 4. Unscrew the bolt from the muffler chassis hanging bracket and remove both mufflers with link pipes (Figure 5, 6). INSTALLATION OF THE AKRAPOVIC SLIP-ON EXHAUST SYSTEM: 1. Slide the link pipes onto the stock collector (Figure 7) hand tighten the metal clamps at the Akrapovic link pipe – stock collector joints; coat the interior side of the metal clamps and the clamp bolts with Akrapovic anti-seizing copper paste (black tube) (Figure 8). 2. Install Akrapovic carbon-fiber chassis hanging bracket (Figure 9, 10). 22Nm 16ftlb Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 9 NAV – 124 4 Figure 15 3. Position the muffler correctly and slide it onto the outlet side of the link pipes and attach the springs; WARNING! make sure, that springs pull the muffler all the way onto the link pipes – use rubber mallet if necessary to tap the connections into place! (Figure 11, 12). 4. Correctly position the carbon-fiber clamp and slide it onto the muffler – bear in mind the left offset of the carbon-fiber clamp viewed from the rear. WARNING: open the clamp slightly wider than the diameter of the outer sleeve of the muffler – do not scrape it along the muffler outer sleeve! (Figure 13). Tighten the carbon-fiber clamp onto the Akrapovic carbon- fiber chassis hanging bracket (Figure 14, 15). Make sure the link pipes or muffler are not touching the frame or any other part of the motorcycle.

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Ducati Clutch slave cylinder mounting procedure

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- Remove the oil pressure line from the old slave cylinder. – Remove the slave cylinder (3 hexagon socket screws M6). – Remove the seals (model-dependent). – Clean the push rod and the area around the push rod. – Lightly grease the O-ring and insert it into the groove of the new slave cylinder. – Install the slave cylinder. – Use the syringe to fill in brake fluid up to the upper edge – Reinstall the oil pressure line with new copper seals. – Bleed the hydraulic system. Bleed the system as follows: A second person may be helpful in this process. Take care to not pump the reservoir empty! Connect a transparent plastic tube to the bleeder valve of the clutch slave cylinder. Actuate the clutch lever several times until pressure has built up. With the lever pulled, shortly open and immediately close the bleeder screw. Repeat this procedure until the fluid escapes without bubbles. Always make sure that the reservoir doesn’t get empty, permanently control the reservoir!

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Ducati Sport Clutch Lever INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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1 To remove your stock lever, use a 19mm wrench or (adjustable wrench) to remove the large sheet metal nut attached to the main pivot bolt that holds the lever. (Photo 1a) Once the locknut is removed, push the main pivot bolt out with your finger or if necessary tap lightly with a rubber mallet or plastic handle end of a screwdriver (Photo 1b) After the pivot bolt is removed, the lever will detach from the master cylinder. (Photo 1c) 1a See other side for further instructions INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART # CRC552 ® C/5 Sport Clutch Lever Part # CRC552 1b 1c INSTRUCTIONS_CRC552 12/27/07 10:05 AM 23 4 2 Included with your ASV lever is a plastic bag that contains a custom pivot bolt, spacer & locknut. These parts will replace the OEM Brembo parts that were used with your stock lever. 3 Carefully place the lever into the master cylinder while aligning the plunger rod into the plunger cup on your ASV lever as shown in photo 3. 4 Align the lever and the master cylinder pivot bolt holes and Install the main pivot bolt, you will need to pre-load the lever into the master cylinder to get the bolt through the holes. The bolt head has two cut outs on the sides that need to be aligned with the matching area on the master cylinder. Be sure the head of the bolt seats down into the slotted area of the master cylinder. It may be necessary to use a rubber mallet or Plastic end of a screwdriver (Photo 4) to tap the head of the bolt down into its slot. 5 On the other side of the pivot bolt where the threads are, you will see that there is space around the pivot bolt. You will need to install the aluminum spacer that was supplied in the plastic bag with the pivot bolt and locknut. The spacer has a small flange on one side. The flange should be on the outer side when installing it into the hole surrounding the bolt. (Photo 5a) You may need to use pressure to seat the spacer fully into the hole surrounding the pivot bolt. You should be able to do this by using your fingers or thumbs as shown in photo 5b.

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DUCATI PAUL SMART BERON TURN SIGNALS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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WHEN MOUNTING OBERON TURN SIGNALS TO THE FRONT FAIRING LOCATION YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE CLIP # 13 AS SHOWN IN THE DRAW- ING. DISCONNECT PIGTAIL CONNECTORS FROM TURN SIGNAL AND THEN REMOVE NUT, LOCK WASHER AND ONE OF THE LARGE NYLON WASHERS. LEAVE THE OTHER LARGE NYLON WASHER IN PLACE. FEED THE WIRES AND INLINE CONNECTORS THROUGH THE HOLE IN THE FRONT COWLING AND THEN THREAD THE WIRES AND INLINE CONNECTORS FIRST THROUGH THE LARGE NYLON WASHER YOU REMOVED, THEN THE LOCK WASHER AND THEN THE NUT. SNUG UP THE NUT WITH THE SUPPLIED STUBBY WRENCH AND MAKE SURE THE TURN SIGNAL IS ALIGNED CORRECTLY. RECONNECT THE INLINE CONNECTORS TO THE PIGTAIL WITH THE OEM CONNECTOR. CONNECT THE OEM CONNECTOR TO THE MATING CONNECTOR ON THE WIRING HARNESS. NOTE THAT ON THE PAUL SMART THE WIRES MAY NEED REVERSING ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE BIKE SINCE IT APPEARS DUCATI HAS MISWIRED THE HARNESS CONNECTOR. YOU WILL HAVE THIS SAME ISSUE IF MOUNTING IN THE “STOCK” LOCATION. REVERSING THESE WIRES IN JUST A MATTER OF DISCONNECTING THE INLINE CONNECTORS AND SWAPPING THEM

DUCATI MONSTER OGGY KNOBB KIT installation Instructions

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Congratulations on purchasing your Oggy Knobb kit. It has been designed to reduce damage to your motorcycle from impact and abrasion by the road surface in an accident. We have used only the highest quality materials to achieve the strength and appearance your investment deserves. Carefully read the fitting instructions below and check you kit contents before starting installation. If you are unsure or not confident about installing Oggy Knobbs yourself, see your mechanic. Note-Does not fit pre August 1998 600 & 750 or Montsers using 12mm engine mounting bolt. Instructions: 1. Remove the blanking plugs and engine mounting bolt which passes through the frame and crankcases. The position of this bolt can be seen from the photo above. 2. Fit the supplied threaded rod in place of the original bolt with an even amount projecting from each side. 3. Fit the aluminium spacer on each side making sure the smaller diameter seats inside the recess in the frame. 4. Fit the Oggy Knobb, flat washer, spring washer and nut on each side. 5. Tighten the two nuts firmly against each other making sure that an even amount of thread is exposed on each side once done. The use of a thread locking agent is recommended. Check tightness of the nuts regularly.

DUCATI TITANIUM EXHAUST SYSTEM INSTALLATION MANUAL

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BILLET BRAKE RADIAL MOUNTS Moto Corse brake radial mounts are crafted by precision machine tools as shown, the caliper mount is “box” type precision tooled from single ERGAL 7075 solid piece. The result: performance, reduced weight, quality and beauty unmatched by none used extensively in moto gp as standard technology Moto Corse delivers moto gp technology for the ultimate performance. The kit is available for caliper with bolt distance 108mm or 100mm and includes all the parts to assemble it on the bike. 102143002 102143003 102143005 102143006 102143008 102143009 102143011 raDial MOunt Kit FOr OHlins rOaD &tracK Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO racing calipers screW Distance 108MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr OHlins rOaD &tracK Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO racing calipers screW Distance 108MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr OHlins rOaD &tracK Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO street calipers screW Distance 100MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr OHlins rOaD &tracK Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO street calipers screW Distance 100MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr sHOWa Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO street calipers screW Distance 100MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr sHOWa Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO street calipers screW Distance 100MM raDial MOunt Kit FOr sHOWa Ø 43 FrOnt FOrKs FOr breMbO street calipers screW Distance 100MM Ducati 999s/999r/749r Ducati 748r/996sps/996r/998r/998 eF Ducati 748r/996sps/996r/998r/998 eF Ducati 999s/999r/749/r Ducati 749/749s/999 748/998 – MOnster 1000/s4/s2r Ducati MultistraDa 1000D

2006 DUCATI 996 HORSEPOWER & TORQUE BAR GRAPH installation

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BLUE BEFORE MTECH RED AFTER INSTALLATION OF MTECH MAXIMUM HORSEPOWER INCREASED FROM 106.7 TO 109.2 TORQUE CURVE SHOWS AN INCREASE EVEN THIS HIGHLY SOPHISTICATED ENGINE’S HORSEPOWER IMPROVED WITH THE MTECH FUEL SAVER TORQUE CURVE IS MUCH SMOOTHER AT LOW SPEED

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Ducati Testastretta Fitting instruction 58mm injection body installation

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takes place in same position as the original. After the installation the synchronisation and the adjustment of the potentiometer must be made. This can be partially even made (synchronizing). The potentiometer setting must be examined by the dealer with a Matthesis programming device. Under normal conditions the basic position does not change, since the stop screw is not affected during our revision. The examination serves only the security of the system. If this is settled the new employment of the engine can take place. In addition a Power Commander is needed(or rapidly Bike, sine, etc.). We recommend to do the set up on a dyno stand with somebody who has the experience. Possibly you call us and we recommend soemone to you or we agree upon a date in our workshop. Never run the bike without a new mixture set up! That leads inevitably to the engine collapse

Ducati 916-998 / 748 Variable Pressure Fuel Regulator installation Manual

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1 RACING SERVICES 115 CARLINGFORD RD EPPING SYDNEY 2121 AUSTRALIA Part # EDU001 Type 3 Please note: These instructions refer to Type 3 Ducati VariRegs. Type 3 VariRegs may be distinguished by a hole & groove machined into the end face of the adjustment screw. VariReg -Variable Pressure Fuel Regulator Suitable for:- Ducati 916-998 / 748 all models. The Epicycle VariReg will allow a fuel pressure rate of 300 kPa (stock) to 540 kPa. By increasing the pressure available at the injectors, more fuel will flow thus richening mixtures. The available increase in fuel pressure is sufficient to allow the fitment of performance parts, without the high end lean condition normally experienced with the stock fuel pressure. This lean condition is the result of injectors that are too low in flow rate, and even when switched on continuously, are incapable of delivering the required quantity of fuel. Changes to the fuel mapping may be required when using this product. The increase in fuel pressure is variable by the owner and may be altered at any time as required. The unit comes pre-set at 450 kPa. It should be noted that the VariReg is designed for a maximum pressure of 540 kPa, but pressures in excess of 450 kPa require the fitment of the CORSA style high output fuel pump. ** Under no circumstances should the pressure exceed 450 kPa if using the standard road pump! ** Pressures may be set in the following manner. ** This method should be used as a guide only. Use of a suitable pressure gauge is recommended.** 1 . Rotate the adjustment screw “IN” (clockwise direction) using an 11mm or 7/16″ spanner until the head of the screw is seated against the body. Use a tommy bar in the 5mm hole in the side of the VariReg to prevent rotation of the body

How to change a fuel filter on 1998 Ducati ST2

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1. On a cool bike, parked on center-stand, remove the two button-head bolts securing the key cover on the top of the fuel tank. Set cover aside, and save bolts, they will be used later. 2. Remove the seat 3. Un-hook front clip holding the tank down. 4. Lift tank upward, rotating on rear pin, and place prop-rod in place to secure tank in upright position. (If possible, you may want to find a longer prop to put the tank at a higher angle. This allows the fuel pump to be a bit more accessible. I used a long piece of rod iron, and propped the tank up by its rubber side bumpers.) 5. Pad the area directly under the fuel pump very well with paper shop towels or other very absorbent materials, as gas will likely drip. 6. Disconnect the electrical connector going to the fuel pump.
7. There are two fuel lines going to the fuel pump. One is marked with a white collar that has the letter R on it, the other has a M . Take note of which is which. The R line goes in the middle stem, and the M connects to the stem that is closest to the outside edge of the tank. It is a good idea to take a permanent marker, and write a ” R ” and ” M ” near these connections on the bottom of the fuel filter so as to not forget. 8. One at a time, loosen the hose clamps on the lines, and remove them from their stems. Some fuel will spill. It will stop however; have plenty of paper-towels close on hand. (The hose clamps should be 7mm) Also remove the small gas overflow tube that is attached to the fuel pump. 9. Remove the rear latch that the tank rotates on, and lift the tank off of the bike. 10. Lean the tank forward so as to move the gas forward, and remove the drain plug at the very rear of the tank with a 5mm Hex Key

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