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Old Jul 12th 2015, 01:04 PM   #81
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Did this today. Just wanted to mention that the bracket that holds the canister on the 1299 also holds what appears to be a sensor of some sort. I hacked off the top right piece of the bracket and bolted it back in with the sensor holder in place.

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Anyone know what this is?
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Old Aug 7th 2015, 07:50 AM   #82
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As per the SPARE PARTS CATALOGUE (pg. 124 & 125 US version) Ducati Maintenance, it is a VALVE,BREATHER P/N 65540101A. This valve was definitely not present in the 1199. Maybe they put it there to cure the starting problem ??? Looks like an On/Off valve in the vacum line.
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Old Aug 7th 2015, 07:50 AM   #83
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As per the SPARE PARTS CATALOGUE (pg. 124 & 125 US version) Ducati Maintenance, it is a VALVE,BREATHER P/N 65540101A. This valve was definitely not present in the 1199. Maybe they put it there to cure the starting problem ??? Looks like an On/Off valve in the vacum line.

Didn't help with cold starting
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Old Aug 7th 2015, 03:55 PM   #84
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Cold starting was never a problem with my 1199S. Maybe they solved one problem and created another one
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Old Aug 7th 2015, 04:05 PM   #85
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yeah, that's a valve. I've thought about removing it, but it isn't worth the time or hassle if the ECU gets upset that it's not there.

So basically, the tank breather empties into the charcoal canister. Then that valve opens at certain times, and lets the throttles suck in the fuel vapor. That's the idea anyways. It's not opening enough if it's letting fuel collect to the point of filling the canister with fully liquid fuel.

Note to those who have yet to do this: the fuel tank vents to atmosphere after removal. If you park inside a home garage, especially after a hot day of riding, your garage will fill with the rich aroma of gasoline, which otherwise would have been trapped by this filter. Somewhat annoying, but I still refuse to have that California CARB crap attached to my bike.
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Old Aug 25th 2015, 06:07 PM   #86
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I'm curious as to where you guys are getting the hose barbs and hose caps. I'm in the process of doing this on my 1199 right now, I've got the canister all disconnected, I just need to actually find a hose barb and cap to finish it up. I tried autozone and advance auto parts and they only have a 5/16" barb. There's a local hardware store that I'm going to try tomorrow, I just wanted to see if there were any other places I can try short of ordering online. I'm planning on doing the same thing the OP did and using the bottom hose from the canister to extend the vent hose and then I know I could just shove a bolt up in the other line to cap it off but there is a hose cap actually meant for stuff like this that is what I'd prefer to use.
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What I'd really like to do is pull ALL the breather hoses, which requires capping off the hose nipples at each throttle body. But I'd need to know exactly what bolt fits (type, thread, length) to replace the nipple. Anyone know? The hose nipple part# is 81411113B, and it is used across the range of Ducatis.
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I know I could just shove a bolt up in the other line to cap it off but there is a hose cap actually meant for stuff like this that is what I'd prefer to use.
an oversized bolt that you have to screw into the hose, added with a bit of sealant (silicone or otherwise), is literally about the best "hose cap" you can have.
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I'm curious as to where you guys are getting the hose barbs and hose caps. I'm in the process of doing this on my 1199 right now, I've got the canister all disconnected, I just need to actually find a hose barb and cap to finish it up. I tried autozone and advance auto parts and they only have a 5/16" barb. There's a local hardware store that I'm going to try tomorrow, I just wanted to see if there were any other places I can try short of ordering online. I'm planning on doing the same thing the OP did and using the bottom hose from the canister to extend the vent hose and then I know I could just shove a bolt up in the other line to cap it off but there is a hose cap actually meant for stuff like this that is what I'd prefer to use.
NAPA or any auto parts store sells them. Just tell them its a fuel line cap.
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Originally Posted by WatchThis View Post
I'm curious as to where you guys are getting the hose barbs and hose caps. I'm in the process of doing this on my 1199 right now, I've got the canister all disconnected, I just need to actually find a hose barb and cap to finish it up. I tried autozone and advance auto parts and they only have a 5/16" barb. There's a local hardware store that I'm going to try tomorrow, I just wanted to see if there were any other places I can try short of ordering online. I'm planning on doing the same thing the OP did and using the bottom hose from the canister to extend the vent hose and then I know I could just shove a bolt up in the other line to cap it off but there is a hose cap actually meant for stuff like this that is what I'd prefer to use.
For a cap, I just used a small stainless steel hex screw. For the barbs, I bought a pack from McMaster Carr.

If you get a hold of the service manual, it shows a pic of how the EU bikes are setup. Both tank fittings feed down into a Y then to the port next to the cooling fan.

Come to think of it...it looks like this...
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