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Old Nov 28th 2016, 10:12 AM   #151
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Originally Posted by Alpha Male View Post
What you are saying is if you dont set the bike up this way the ducati will die on you - oh effing great mate really great.

It shouldn't have to die on you if you have different settings - this is Ducati's crap not a user settings fault (that's why we have modes an options right?).


If the bike cant' run in other modes other than what you have prescribed then why do we even have other modes available at all? That was the craziest shit i have ever read. Please eff off with the gay insult like "read the manual" bullshit that shit is old !!!

Anyway my bike is still at the dealership can't even tell you what mode it is on now - the bike has been there almost 4 weeks lol.

FYI: none of my bikes are modded they dont even run properly since new what's the point of modding them? The only thing that's modded are the tail tidy.

One of my problem is the 1299S was bought from another dealership that went bankrupt or was forced to shut its door by Ducati.
First off, the "read the manual" wasn't meant to be directed at you. Someone else on here thought I was talking in code about the engine mode.

And you have excellent points. I was afraid to ride my bike until I got it sorted out. The stalling issues only happen at the most inopportune times. In the middle of an intersection. And once I did get it sorted I thought it was rather annoying that I couldn't use all of these settings.

On the other hand, I absolutely love my Panigale now and I think that riding on these settings has forced me to get used to the power. Not a perfect situation. I never said it was.

Have you asked the dealer if they have checked the clutch lever switch? Have they reloaded the fuel map? What have they done?
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Old Nov 28th 2016, 11:21 PM   #152
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Hey guys good news:

Ducati Australia is getting closer to finding out the problem with engine shutting off when using clutch, they are now testing the quickshifter and it's looking to be progressing positively in the right direction of rectifying the problem.

Possibly a mass recall soon.
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Old Nov 29th 2016, 04:16 AM   #153
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Let us know you find out, I get the clutch stall and quick shifter down only not working intermittently.
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Old Nov 29th 2016, 07:43 AM   #154
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Let us know you find out, I get the clutch stall and quick shifter down only not working intermittently.
My bikes are at the dealership for another 2 weeks waiting for Ducati to complete their testing so they could fix my bikes - i will let you know the result.
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Old Dec 12th 2016, 03:24 AM   #155
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Hi guys, I've also heard that a software update is in the works for the clutch switch and QS shut-off problems. However, the person I am in contact with had his shut-off problem solved by getting his throttle bodies balanced and set richer at low speeds. That is what we will be trying next month.
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Old Dec 13th 2016, 02:04 PM   #156
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Sadly after 4 weeks at the dealership our bikes are still not fixed so this week we are getting our bikes back
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Old Dec 13th 2016, 04:37 PM   #157
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It's down to fueling. Crazy lean because emission requirements and a huge bore.

Get a setup of your choice. Tuneboy, Woolich, Rapidbike, Powercommander, or any other. Just make sure you can apply a trim table to all TPS/RPM cells. Give the fueling a bump in your Idle cells (0% TPS up to about 2k rpm) and taper off on the next TPS line, and over one or two rpm cells. Do this, and your bike will never stall again, not even after loosing some compression (ask me how I know).

How much increase will vary between setups. I got the results I wanted when going +12 with Tuneboy.
I can even send a trim file for Tuneboy on a untuned map if you are interrested.
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Old Dec 13th 2016, 08:05 PM   #158
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Ladies and gents i got very good news they have found a fix for engine shut down when pulling the clutch manually, engine shut off when trying to take off, and while idling at traffic lights - they did extensive tests on other bikes in Eastern Australia that had the same issue.

They are going to replace the quick shifter and the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) on our bikes - they have fixed the 2 bikes in Eastern Australia and the problem did not resurface so they are going to fix our bikes next.

It seems some bikes are built with superseded parts (so i was told by the dealership's service department) so some bikes will not have this problem unless you too have a brand new bike with superseded quick shifter and IMU.

Wouldn't surprise me at all because in Australia the bikes are shipped in mass and stored at a warehouse - once a customer pays for the bike they will stamp a plate on the bikes with a date of compliance on it (if the bike you've purchased is not in stock).

The parts are ordered and are coming direct from Italy so we wont get our bikes back until another 2 weeks i hope lol.

They wont let us have the bikes back until they fix it due to Australia's road safety regulations.

YAY great news !!!
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Old Dec 14th 2016, 04:40 AM   #159
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Ladies and gents i got very good news they have found a fix for engine shut down when pulling the clutch manually, engine shut off when trying to take off, and while idling at traffic lights - they did extensive tests on other bikes in Eastern Australia that had the same issue.

They are going to replace the quick shifter and the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) on our bikes - they have fixed the 2 bikes in Eastern Australia and the problem did not resurface so they are going to fix our bikes next.

It seems some bikes are built with superseded parts (so i was told by the dealership's service department) so some bikes will not have this problem unless you too have a brand new bike with superseded quick shifter and IMU.

Wouldn't surprise me at all because in Australia the bikes are shipped in mass and stored at a warehouse - once a customer pays for the bike they will stamp a plate on the bikes with a date of compliance on it (if the bike you've purchased is not in stock).

The parts are ordered and are coming direct from Italy so we wont get our bikes back until another 2 weeks i hope lol.

They wont let us have the bikes back until they fix it due to Australia's road safety regulations.

YAY great news !!!
Any chance you can supply your serial number of the parts being replaced or the bike?

Mine does very rarely the quick shift down stops working and dies when pulling in the clutch to stop. It never stalls when taking off.
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Old Dec 14th 2016, 04:57 AM   #160
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Originally Posted by Martindfletcher View Post
Any chance you can supply your serial number of the parts being replaced or the bike?

Mine does very rarely the quick shift down stops working and dies when pulling in the clutch to stop. It never stalls when taking off.
I will be able to post those info soon at the moment my bikes are at 2 different dealerships and i have no way of getting there due to suspended license for 6 months.

Why would you need my serial number?
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