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Old Feb 9th 2019, 05:55 PM   #51
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Darkling, has your charcoal canister been removed already?
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Old Feb 9th 2019, 06:50 PM   #52
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Darkling, has your charcoal canister been removed already?
Mine was removed before I took delivery as the dealer installed the full Akrapovic exhuast. Mine has stalled a few times in 1000 miles, but never chugged.

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Old Feb 9th 2019, 07:23 PM   #53
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Mine was removed before I took delivery as the dealer installed the full Akrapovic exhuast. Mine has stalled a few times in 1000 miles, but never chugged.

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I guess I’m trying to figure out whether the charcoal canister is to blame for the stalling/chugging as much on the V4 as it was on the 959/1199/1299 et al.
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Old Feb 9th 2019, 07:44 PM   #54
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I guess Iím trying to figure out whether the charcoal canister is to blame for the stalling/chugging as much on the V4 as it was on the 959/1199/1299 et al.
It's my first Ducati, so I guess I'm not much help with the comparisons.

My experience with the stalling has been with the clutch in, coasting while deaccelerating at idle. I think I've had it happen four times in 1000 miles. No chugging, roughness or anything of note, just stalled. After restarting everything is normal.

I'm due for three recalls that I know of (oil cooler, timing chain tensioner and clutch) and will have them check it at that time. I bought my V4S in June, so maybe there was an ecu update for the Akrapovic tune. I'm going to arrange for the second oil change at the same time, so it might be a month or more. I'll be sure to post if I receive any information as to why the stalling is happening.

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My experience with the stalling has been with the clutch in, coasting while deaccelerating at idle.
In my experience the bikes don't like that, far better to decelerate with the clutch engaged and only then disengage it when you come to a stop.
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Old Feb 11th 2019, 04:51 PM   #56
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In my experience the bikes don't like that, far better to decelerate with the clutch engaged and only then disengage it when you come to a stop.
Is that a "feature" or just the Italian "character" I should learn to love?

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Old Feb 12th 2019, 05:09 PM   #57
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nope canister is still in bike . but my low fuel light was not coming on either
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Old Feb 13th 2019, 05:54 PM   #58
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In my experience the bikes don't like that, far better to decelerate with the clutch engaged and only then disengage it when you come to a stop.
I second that.
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Is that a "feature" or just the Italian "character" I should learn to love?

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Maybe a bit of both
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Old Feb 15th 2019, 01:35 AM   #60
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Wait until the engine starts to stumble/stall while just riding, then roar back to life, not even while coming to a stop (has nothing to do with clutch as far as I know).

Lots of fun especially when it throttle chops the fuck out of you in a corner.
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