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Old Mar 6th 2017, 07:47 AM   #181
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Happened to me this weekend for the first time after I filled up, I definitely spilled a tiny bit in the hole to the charcoal BS canister though. I noticed immediately that the bike was sluggish more than usual, stalled as soon as I clutched in.
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Old Mar 6th 2017, 09:10 AM   #182
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Removing the canister helps some and diminishes some issues but I took mine off over a year ago and it still has the same issue (however it is not as often) Might be a coincidence.

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Old Mar 18th 2017, 09:45 PM   #183
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Ive had it happen a number of times once I turn the bike on. I let her warm up a bit as Im putting my gear on. And it happens either when i put the bike into 1st gear or when i take off. It happens once in a while. However if I ride the bike and shut it off and turn it back say an hour later its never shut off. Began happening when I put the termi slip ons on. Wonder if its the termis. Was I supposed to do some sort of download?
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Old Mar 22nd 2017, 07:20 AM   #184
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Hi guys, just wanted to let you know that the shut-off problem on my girl's 1299 has been resolved (it shut off at least one time per ride, mostly at low revs)- in her case the throttle bodies were out of sync. The mechanic read out the map on my 1299, which has never shut off, and compared it to her's- totally different although both bikes were produced in the same week. Now it is running like a dream, also much smoother at low speeds.
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That would be an issue as the synchronization of the two TB is for sure looked at by the ECU and if they are out, it may elect to shut down. That being said I'm not sure how this happens unless you have a TPS issue or an out of sync TB actuator. I have actually had those actuators apart. It's a pretty simple system. I was under the impression that at ignition, the TPS is automatically set to idle or zero value which It reads off the TB valve position which is set by the ECU to idle. Not sure how those things get out of sync. I got this info from Mikuni.
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Old Mar 25th 2017, 06:30 AM   #186
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I've been watching a lot of videos on Tuneboy (never heard of it before) will it void my warranty?



After watching that video i am really interested in buying one.

My question is can i use it on both my bikes or only on one Panigale ???

Have you guys had good experience with your tuneboy?
Great video! Wish mine ran that smooth.. Mine will buck and kick like I am hitting a 30mph headwind every 10 seconds whenever I try to just cruise along.. the only time mine runs smoother is when I am accelerating. once I start to just hold a steady throttle it starts the surging etc... Mine has never ran that smooth!

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My bike is still shutting off as well, it's to the point I went out and bought a Gopro to document this SHIT!
Did you ever get it on video?
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Old May 20th 2017, 04:15 PM   #188
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Did you ever get it on video?
The mere fact there are 19 pages (so far) about this subject on this forum shows how much of a problem there is with this issue all over the world..!

Ducati needs to get their shit together!

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Old May 20th 2017, 04:33 PM   #189
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No I just gave up ever even entertaining the idea it will ever get fixed.. That is why I rarely comment on this forum anymore..

I just ride it occasionally and have to put up with it's "Ducati Character" as so many call it.. This is my last European bike.. Too many issues too little help from the factory and too damned expensive for what you REALLY get..

Ahh...The Panigale... She is a beautiful bike, but alas.. just not worth the cost to me..

Like I said before.. It is kind of like dating a beautiful Italian model..

She is awesome to look at (and be seen with) and for best response she requires to be ridden hard LOL... However she is very expensive $$$$$ and a lot of crap to put up with (and most of the time a total bitch).. I have dated some women in the past just like that.. In the end just not worth it.

I might end up gong back to a Japanese mistress..! Less BS and a lot more reliable and less maintenance and offers a great performance and ask little in return.....

Too much money even for just regular service requirements... example I recently called the dealer about replacing a leaking fork seal (which by the way is NOT covered on the Ducati Extended warranty) The dealer wants $450.00 to replace the fork seals!

I have spent countless times in the their shop (and literally thousand of dollars) trying to get the bike to run decent and now this!

No more Ducati's for me..

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Bummer that you never got it sorted. Im past 12k miles on Bike 1 and it runs like a Rolex. The fact that we have bikes in the "Speedy" category and bikes in my category pretty much excludes the bike as a hole being an issue. Its not a lemon bike. You got a lemon build. Is it possible to build an assembly line Panigale that runs like a watch? obviously since they are out there. I really believe that if we had parts from Ducati and assembled the bikes correctly lets say at Ducati Omaha that you would end up with a very high % of bikes without issues. It is my firm opinion (worth about 3 cents) that the quality control and assembly methodology at Ducati is the cause of the inconsistencies people are experiencing. Speedy I absolutely guarantee you that your bike can be fixed. The fact that there are essentially identical bikes out there that are running well just reiterates the fact that thus far, your bike has not received the right attention. I do perform a lot of maintenance on the bitch but that is because I chose to use some pieces that require it.Sorry it didn't work out for you. You really cant go wrong with the R1 or a new Yosh pimped GSXR. Bikes are fantastic and certainly easier to "hotrod" that the Duc.
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