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Old Aug 10th 2016, 12:28 PM   #11
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Took this picture from the 2016 Panigale 1299 spare parts catalogue...
What up-valve?
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 12:45 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
Took this picture from the 2016 Panigale 1299 spare parts catalogue...
What up-valve?

Maybe it is different here in the USA version? I don't really know I just asked the mechanic at the dealer how to do and and plugged and and plumbed it the way he told me.. However It did not make a bit of difference on my bike..

I have just learned to be careful and cover the clutch and throttle (ready to rev it up if it starts to cut off ) when leaving a parking lot (so it doesn't die on me suddenly and I just look like a fool that doesn't know how to ride and stalled it..)
Sometimes I can tell when it is about to stall because it has a different idle all of a sudden and sounds sorta like it is almost gurgling and struggling to breath LOL..
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 01:20 PM   #13
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It can definitely be removed, no issues. It was removed on mine before I even took delivery - The mechanic at my dealership who prepped my bike pre-delivery, took it off.

I have had zero stalling issues on my 1299S.
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 01:23 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by speedy14 View Post
Maybe it is different here in the USA version? I don't really know I just asked the mechanic at the dealer how to do and and plugged and and plumbed it the way he told me.. However It did not make a bit of difference on my bike..

I have just learned to be careful and cover the clutch and throttle (ready to rev it up if it starts to cut off ) when leaving a parking lot (so it doesn't die on me suddenly and I just look like a fool that doesn't know how to ride and stalled it..)
Sometimes I can tell when it is about to stall because it has a different idle all of a sudden and sounds sorta like it is almost gurgling and struggling to breath LOL..
Have you ridden another Forum member's 1299 yet? I am telling you that you have a lemon and need to get Ducati to replace it. Ride another 1299 for an extended period of time, then figure out if it behaves like yours or not; that's your answer, right there.

I feel really bad for you, because when these 1299's are right, MAN are they good!
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 01:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
Took this picture from the 2016 Panigale 1299 spare parts catalogue...
What up-valve?
Hi Gecko - Check out the image below.



EDIT: from parts catalog
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 02:26 PM   #16
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That valve is a PITA. It is on the Ducati 1299 parts diagram but it is not in the 1299 wiring diagram. When i was done building the bike, I had this plug left over that no one could identify. I left it unplugged and it codded. Made plug with a resistor in it and all is well. You can get the factory plug from Bike Sport Developments.
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That item is the Evap Purge Solenoid Valve.
What it does is basically when the ECM decides that the conditions are correct, it will open that valve to let the gas fumes from the Evap Charcoal canister enter the intake system and be consumed by normal operation of the engine.
Remove the solenoid from the Tubing and leave the electrical connector on, zip tie it to a suitable location and then forget about it.
Run tubing like you would in a 1199 and go enjoy your bike.
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 03:05 PM   #18
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 06:13 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by endodoc View Post
That valve is a PITA. It is on the Ducati 1299 parts diagram but it is not in the 1299 wiring diagram. When i was done building the bike, I had this plug left over that no one could identify. I left it unplugged and it codded. Made plug with a resistor in it and all is well. You can get the factory plug from Bike Sport Developments.
I got the idea from endodoc and did exactly the same--I used a resistor as an emulator in place of the purge valve to get around the ecu error code.
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Have you ridden another Forum member's 1299 yet? I am telling you that you have a lemon and need to get Ducati to replace it. Ride another 1299 for an extended period of time, then figure out if it behaves like yours or not; that's your answer, right there.

I feel really bad for you, because when these 1299's are right, MAN are they good!
Yeah I have ridden a couple of other 1299's including a demo They do not react like mine The owner of the dealership personally rode mine and said "that is just the way they are" so what can I do from here on?

Just gotta get used to it.. I do have a lemon but no one is going to do a thing about it..
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