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Old Mar 3rd 2018, 02:44 AM   #11
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To be honest if you really do own the bikes under your avatar, should be able to afford the best mechanic to diagnose any issue.
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Any 1299SL owners experience any overheating issues. Had no problem in the first 1000 k's then after the first service saw the temp go up to 120 degrees celcius in traffic. Had to quickly accelerate to bring the temp down. Fan comes on at 103 degrees celcius and works for a little while but while stationary the temp just keeps climbing.
One of the advantages of a TB flash is that you can set the fan to come on when you want. Mine comes on at 103 for the first time after start if it hits that then after that comes on at 90. To be clear I do not own a 1299SL. I have a 2012 1199S.
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To be honest if you really do own the bikes under your avatar, should be able to afford the best mechanic to diagnose any issue.
Haha. I live 1500 k's from my nearest Ducati dealer in Adelaide and as I lodged the warranty claim through them it has to go back to them to be covered. They had the bike for 3 weeks and could not fix the problem so thought someone on here might have had a similar issue.
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To be honest if you really do own the bikes under your avatar, should be able to afford the best mechanic to diagnose any issue.
Wow...Harsh Mate!!!
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Maybe sell it and get cool running V4???
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Maybe sell it and get cool running V4???
Hahaha. Thats not a bad idea.
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Haha. I live 1500 k's from my nearest Ducati dealer in Adelaide and as I lodged the warranty claim through them it has to go back to them to be covered. They had the bike for 3 weeks and could not fix the problem so thought someone on here might have had a similar issue.
Not many would have a 1299SL on this forum but its hard to get a good mechanic majority are just part changers and hope for the best.

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Wow...Harsh Mate!!!
You should see the prices in aus shit goes for......be over half a million in bikes.

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Any 1299SL owners experience any overheating issues. Had no problem in the first 1000 k's then after the first service saw the temp go up to 120 degrees celcius in traffic. Had to quickly accelerate to bring the temp down. Fan comes on at 103 degrees celcius and works for a little while but while stationary the temp just keeps climbing.
My 1299SL (4000+ miles) hasn't had a overheat issue - i'm rarely in traffic though, however i do find the temps will creep up quickly even at a red light - the fans kick on at 219F/103.9C...but once moving there is no issue

All things being done: coolant level ok - fans on at 220/103.9C or near there - no leaks - i would ask your dealer if they replaced the coolant....even though it is not called for at the first service i would at least ask - i've had other ducs serviced in the past, and when they replace the coolant, it is very easy to get an air bubble trapped in the system....that would easily cause the temps to rise - it is not easy to determine you have an air bubble short of the temp rise on your bike being stubborn, and seemingly never dropping no matter how much air flow you have going

There is a somewhat precarious way to clear it - the bike has to be leaned way over on its side with the cap off, until the bubble (trapped air) finds its way out thru the top of the radiator....tie straps to the ceiling or your friendly dealer would happily do this for you

Or you could simply have them do a full flush of the coolant, and hopefully they pour it in slow enough to insure a bubble doesn't form....it can be tedious doing a slow pour to refill the system, which is why it is a fairly common occurence
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If they replaced the thermostat would have also replaced the coolant unless it a dodgy mechanic and re used the coolant.
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My 1299SL (4000+ miles) hasn't had a overheat issue - i'm rarely in traffic though, however i do find the temps will creep up quickly even at a red light - the fans kick on at 219F/103.9C...but once moving there is no issue

All things being done: coolant level ok - fans on at 220/103.9C or near there - no leaks - i would ask your dealer if they replaced the coolant....even though it is not called for at the first service i would at least ask - i've had other ducs serviced in the past, and when they replace the coolant, it is very easy to get an air bubble trapped in the system....that would easily cause the temps to rise - it is not easy to determine you have an air bubble short of the temp rise on your bike being stubborn, and seemingly never dropping no matter how much air flow you have going

There is a somewhat precarious way to clear it - the bike has to be leaned way over on its side with the cap off, until the bubble (trapped air) finds its way out thru the top of the radiator....tie straps to the ceiling or your friendly dealer would happily do this for you

Or you could simply have them do a full flush of the coolant, and hopefully they pour it in slow enough to insure a bubble doesn't form....it can be tedious doing a slow pour to refill the system, which is why it is a fairly common occurence
Awesome, thanks for the info.I will try what you have suggested before I travel 1500 k's back to my dealer.
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