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Old Aug 11th 2016, 08:37 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by speedy14 View Post
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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Old Aug 11th 2016, 11:28 AM   #22
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I have a brand new 1299 and have had an issue with it stalling after it has been running and then turned off. Once you restart it it wants to stall at idle. I literally have to continuously give it a little throttle to keep it running. After searching through he forum I was thinking it was the charcoal canister so I called the dealer but they informed me that on new Panigales it can no longer be removed. I think they said it is wired in. My question is first, is that true, and second can I just leave the canister and remove and cap the one vacuum line and remove and tap the vent line from the canister into the other vent line. Therefore I would be leaving the canister in place but hopefully still fix the problem.

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I've just had mine in to be looked at for the same issue. My dealer confirmed it is either the Tps and butterflies need setting up or replacement throttle bodies.

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Old Aug 11th 2016, 11:30 AM   #23
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I just got rid of the canister, left the solenoid there plugged in. Extended those lines under the bike. Did it over a year ago, no issues or codes.

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Old Aug 11th 2016, 12:14 PM   #24
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i have a 15 Panigale R and i also removed the charcoal canister, but mine did not have that valve
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I've just had mine in to be looked at for the same issue. My dealer confirmed it is either the Tps and butterflies need setting up or replacement throttle bodies.

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Good luck ... They replaced the complete throttle bodies and the ECU and actual throttle on the handlebar.( NO codes are thrown) Throttle position sensors show no problems all to no avail.. NO DIFFERENCE Still stalls when it decides to and there is nothing anyone so far can do.. IT has been doing it say day on off and on... Completely baffles everyone..?

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Old Aug 11th 2016, 09:03 PM   #26
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Speedy, was your ECU replaced? This happens to a lot of people. Have to remember that this board represents a fraction of owners so we only see what we see. When i first got the bike (before the transformation) every once in a while, the bike would just stop (always at idle). It always started again. There is something that is signaling something in the ECU. When i rebuilt the bike it got a new ECU. Never had the issue since. We were able to find the fault ad it was in the ECU and it was tied to the QS interrupt circuit. If this is tripped at low idle, it will kill the motor. Not sure if this relates to your situation. I do not run the clutch switch. If the bike is sitting at idle, i can get it to stall by putting the right pressure on the shift lever just enough to engage the circuit but not clicking gears. I believe the clutch switch runs a multi function in that it prevents the interrupt circuit at low idle. No one at Ducati knows anything about the ECU circuitry. I had to get it from Mitsubishi.
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Speedy, was your ECU replaced? This happens to a lot of people. Have to remember that this board represents a fraction of owners so we only see what we see. When i first got the bike (before the transformation) every once in a while, the bike would just stop (always at idle). It always started again. There is something that is signaling something in the ECU. When i rebuilt the bike it got a new ECU. Never had the issue since. We were able to find the fault ad it was in the ECU and it was tied to the QS interrupt circuit. If this is tripped at low idle, it will kill the motor. Not sure if this relates to your situation. I do not run the clutch switch. If the bike is sitting at idle, i can get it to stall by putting the right pressure on the shift lever just enough to engage the circuit but not clicking gears. I believe the clutch switch runs a multi function in that it prevents the interrupt circuit at low idle. No one at Ducati knows anything about the ECU circuitry. I had to get it from Mitsubishi.
Also the shift rod's signal line runs unshielded to the ECU. Wasn't that of a problem with the 1199, with the 1299 signals are voltage decoded. Same as with the LH side switches on the handle bar (and we all know how "good" electrical engineers were at Ducati. It led to a recall in 2013 for the 1199.

There are a lot of electrical interference sources on any bike. E.g. if you don't follow the installation guide from SportBikeDevelopment exactly (regarding the way how to route the additional cables), their BlipBox won't work!
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Its all fun and games until everything terminates into a couple of circuit boards permanently encased in epoxy. You get an intermittent fault caused by temp,vibration etc that is totally random and they will never ever find it. The ECUs are total throw aways. In Speedy's case, the situation he describes can technically not exist. It is virtually impossible not to be able to solve an electrical or mechanical problem simply by the fact that you have a virtually unlimited supply of replacement parts so they obviously did not replace everything. If you look in the right place, you will find the issue.
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Old Aug 14th 2016, 07:04 PM   #29
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Had the same stalling issue after a hot start, never on cold and shitty idle, also crappy below 3k fueling. This was true in both racing and sport mode. In wet mode there was no problem. But After putting a rapid bike on i have not had any issues in any mode. Fueling is probably to lean down low as the stock set up.
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Originally Posted by 80shilling View Post
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.
This. Same here.

It was removed while the bike was being race prepped. The bike was never even started with that canister in place.
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