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Old May 9th 2015, 10:04 PM   #1
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1299 Base Stalling Problems

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I took delivery of my 1299 on Tuesday. Only rode a few times because of the shitty weather. Yesterday I started the bike and went in my house to get dressed. The bike stalled. So I don't think much of it. Went back outside and restarted it. Went back in the house and it stalled again. Weird. I thought. I started once again. After it warmed up I went for a ride. All was normal.

Today went to start the bike for another ride. Started and ran for about one minute. Then it stalled. This time I was standing by the bike. It was as if someone hit the kill switch or turned off the key. Sudden stop. I restarted the bike and went for a ride. Again normal. Came home. Had a drink. Went back out after an hr. Rode for about 10 mins. I was coming to an intersection. All of a sudden bike stalled like some hit the kill switch. Thankfully I was turning and had momentum to get off the road. Wtf? Anyone know of this problem?
After it started again, I went for 2 more rides and the bike runs great.

Anyone else experience this. I stopped by my dealer to let them know. There is no warning lights on on the dash.

What could this be?
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Old May 9th 2015, 10:08 PM   #2
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This would be a common Panigale problem. Probably all 1199's have experienced this so i don't see why the 1299 wouldn't as well. Typically goes away after the first service. Mine did. Hasn't stalled since. I wouldn't worry about it.
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Old May 9th 2015, 10:09 PM   #3
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Loose battery connection, or loose ground wire would be my guess.....

Sorry you are having a problem.. Let us know how it works out.
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thanks for the help. I will check the battery connections. I am hoping this was a couple isolated incidences and it doesn't do it again.

I will keep you updated.
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You shouldn't be starting it and then leaving it to tick over....this is not good for a new motor and Ducati doesn't recommend it..Start and go..that's this best thing to do.....
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Old May 10th 2015, 10:22 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Stw View Post
You shouldn't be starting it and then leaving it to tick over....this is not good for a new motor and Ducati doesn't recommend it..Start and go..that's this best thing to do.....
Hi Steve,

Where did you find this info? Every other bike I have ever owned I warm up before riding.

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I warm mine until it doesn't display LO temp then I ride.. You want some type of oil temperature
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Old May 10th 2015, 10:48 AM   #8
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You guys do as you wish....its not good for the motor to warm up slowly under no load.... I'm not saying rev it hard until it hits operating temp..but starting it and leaving it to idle/warm up ..especially when new... is not ideal....
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someone posted a letter from Ducati on this forum a while back stating 25 Sec is the max warm up time.
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Old May 10th 2015, 11:12 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
someone posted a letter from Ducati on this forum a while back stating 25 Sec is the max warm up time.
Thanks Scrapper... I knew I remembered seeing such... But couldnt remember specifics...
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