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Old May 1st 2017, 08:18 AM   #91
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Originally Posted by Ryfly05 View Post
In over 2k miles my Anniversario has never stalled or acted like it's going to stall.

Maska, your headlight hasn't been replaced because there's nothing wrong with it. Everybody has the faint clicking and flickering lights with key off for 45 secs. Nobody mentions it because no one puts there face to their headlights when they turn their bike off. Get over it.

I've had REAL issues with my bike, not imaginary ones, and Ducati has taken care of me. Bike runs like a dream.


Lmao so a bike randomly stalling causing numerous people to fail isn't a "real" issue? It's just "imaginary"? In the words of the guy sitting at the bar in The Departed- what are you fucking retarded or something?
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Old May 1st 2017, 07:19 PM   #92
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Just got my 600 mile service done on my 2016 1299 panigale a few days ago.. took it out for a ride today to the mall and to run some errands. I was pulling out of a parking lot when the bike stalled in 1st gear. i fully released the clutch at about 5-10 mph when the bike shut off completely. Because it was in gear it was a sudden stop that i couldn't do anything about and i dropped it.. This is probably the 6th time it happened to me only i was able to save it every time. I'm pretty fucking pissed about this because i took the bike to ducati to fix for this exact issue. Broke the mirror, scratched bar end and clutch cover. Brake lever pushed into fairing and went downwards scratching the fairing.

The shop was closed but the sales guys opened the shop up for me so i could leave it there. Ducati better fucking fix this for free and the issue because i'm not about to spend a penny on any of this. Had i dropped it on my own accord no big deal but this is a serious safety issue.. I did it on a busy street and lucky i didn't get hit by a car.

I understand your frustration. Mine did the same thing. It stalled out at will. Whenever it wanted. This is a huge problem with these bikes and Ducati is looking the other way. We all need to report this so that a recall is issued. Sorry this happened to you


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Old May 1st 2017, 07:21 PM   #93
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Originally Posted by martinezdan8 View Post
I understand your frustration. Mine did the same thing. It stalled out at will. Whenever it wanted. This is a huge problem with these bikes and Ducati is looking the other way. We all need to report this so that a recall is issued. Sorry this happened to you


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Old May 1st 2017, 07:31 PM   #94
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Originally Posted by Oneeyedgiant View Post
Hi guys, new here but have been on the ducati.ms forum for a while. I have been seriously looking at getting a 1299 Panigale S but after reading this and a couple other threads on this subject, I'm not sure. Does anyone know if Ducati ever recognized this issue? Do all 1299s have this problem regardless of year? Thanks guys.

I have a 1299 Anniversario and the stalling issue is a REAl thing. On top of that it also has cold start problems and bucks like no tomorrow under 5k rpm's. I had to spend a lot of money to correct the bikes quirks. Most importantly flashing the ECU with Brentuning and getting rid of the Evap canister. If you are not willing to put in the time and $ then just get a Japanese bike. They are bulletproof


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Old Dec 20th 2017, 12:53 PM   #95
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i know this is months old but after threatening with lemon law and such i got a call from ducati themselves and they talked to me.. They took about 4 months to fix the bike and offered me a bunch of ducati credit money for the months of not being able to ride my bike.... The bike rides good now.. Just like my kawasaki maybe once every thousand miles it may have a small hiccup of turning off but all the electronics stay on now and only when the bike is cold. My kawasaki does the same thing every blue moon so i consider this normal. Ducati fixed the bike for free as well.. I talked to the master tech about the issues and he says he has no idea why it stopped because he was able to duplicate the issue. Said he changed the tuning to run richer but that's all he did. Bike purs beautifully and i've put about another 2k on it since i got it back. +1 for ducati fixing all my issues and keeping me as a customer. Could've been dealt with better but glad the issue could get resolved. Now i can ride it and trust it on the track.
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Old Dec 20th 2017, 01:25 PM   #96
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These bikes run super lean down low due to emissions requirements. Running lean also makes them run hot.
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Old Dec 26th 2017, 03:28 PM   #97
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Once I did the the Rexxer Reflash all low speed stalling STOPPED. when I First got the bike I stalled it 8 times. I hated my choice in the 1299 till I got the Rexxer Reflash. Motowheels in California took care of me for 350.00. I think I paid like 370-375 for second day return shipping. I hope this helps you guys
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Old Dec 26th 2017, 03:48 PM   #98
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My 1299 did it twice early on, low speed in traffic, 1st gear & closed throttle. When the rear locks it's easy to drop it, sorry to hear you have damage.

I've not had the problem recur since Tuneboy was fitted and the bike mapped, IMO the bike wasn't fuelled correctly and the ECU wasn't quick enough to respond. Tend to keep the RPM higher now and slip the clutch when low speed. The spacer kit helps.
I did the Rexxer and now I can take off as easy as a Honda. Barley have to rev it now to get going. The Rexxer made it a Lovable bike. Before the Reflash I was like did I make the right choice in Motorcycle
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Old Dec 26th 2017, 07:56 PM   #99
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i know this is months old but after threatening with lemon law and such i got a call from ducati themselves and they talked to me.. They took about 4 months to fix the bike and offered me a bunch of ducati credit money for the months of not being able to ride my bike.... The bike rides good now.. Just like my kawasaki maybe once every thousand miles it may have a small hiccup of turning off but all the electronics stay on now and only when the bike is cold. My kawasaki does the same thing every blue moon so i consider this normal. Ducati fixed the bike for free as well.. I talked to the master tech about the issues and he says he has no idea why it stopped because he was able to duplicate the issue. Said he changed the tuning to run richer but that's all he did. Bike purs beautifully and i've put about another 2k on it since i got it back. +1 for ducati fixing all my issues and keeping me as a customer. Could've been dealt with better but glad the issue could get resolved. Now i can ride it and trust it on the track.


Glad it's fixed but 4 months is way too long. After 30 days after them admitting fault, I would have told them to replace it with a 2017 and paid the up-charge of MSRP TO MSRP.

Always Always Always refer to your states lemon laws. Once your bike meets the presumption, repair attempts or days out of service, demand a replacement. Make sure you send the official demand letter to dealer and manufacturer. In most cases you don't need a lawyer to send the demand letter.

Some states it's really easy, some states do not consider bikes in the lemon laws.

In terms of the stalling, most of it is from a lean condition at low RPM and throttle position. Get a rexer, Rapid bike or Tuneboy tune.
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Old Jan 6th 2018, 06:32 PM   #100
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Yes !!! it's nice to hear someone did ...something ... To often manufactures look the other way ,when it come to faulty products ... it adds insult to injury ! But it sounds like Ducati is WAKING UP !!! I found my BRAND NEW RIDE to be a real fucking mystery ... ALL KINDS OF SHITE happened while riding(breaking in) my Beautiful BIKE !!! I GOT ALL KINDS OF ATTENTION ,while riding ... So,stopping to turn ... car came upon me fast ...WTF !!!BIKE STALLS OUT ... naturally the situation dictates ...I must be @ FAULT ... Well as a few here have said this happens ... outta the blue !!! and yes , my bike had stalled previously,half dozen times ... I put it up to ... not knowing the BIKE ...BUT !!! ridin down the road one day ... my fucking back wheel slips sideways causing me to shit my pants BIGTIME .NOTHING ON THE ROAD ... NO OIL ... GRAVEL ...SAND ...SQUAT ??? One of the many mysteries my Gorgeous Beauty has bestowed upon me ... other things inclue my high beams coming on for no apparent reason ... my gas guage reading empty ,when I just filled it ... KNOWING WHAT IT TAKES TO PROGRAM BEASTS LIKE OURS ... I can easily say most of the rectification of these problems is not going to be solved easily ... ESPECIALLY IF YOU GOT A SHIT DISTRIBUTOR ... LIKE I HAVE !
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