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Old Jun 28th 2013, 09:41 PM   #81
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A dick and always right ....
Well you have a chance to make your case, and you're not exactly bringing any evidence to the table. You haven't answered a question again. Don't worry I don't need to call you any names to prove my point.
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 09:45 PM   #82
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Originally Posted by DUCDUC View Post
strutted to the bike like a pimp like I always do.
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. I make over 160k a year and like to buy nice things and enjoy my lifestyle. I came from poverty and worked my ass off to get the things I have in life.

2 hoes X $220/day X 365 = $160K

All I can say is, PIMPING AIN'T EASY!


I say loose ground/positive terminal or faulty ignition switch. Could be several other possibilities though.
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 09:56 PM   #83
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Perhaps one is French Canadian, that would explain it.
That would be me...for once it's the westerners getting at each other, think I pulled a muscle in my ribcage from laughing too hard
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 10:03 PM   #84
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He added some good info on my career thread... and he's got a blue collar sense of humor. If you guys are really that bothered make sure you never step foot in a auto garage or fire house or workside... its ball busting ... its funny. You should have heard the beating I took when I drove the wives lexus to the firehouse. You would have thought I showed up in women's lingerie or something. Laughed it off and went on my way. Had a rookie ask how to change oil in his car.... we told him everything but how to change the oil. Then I sprayed his car down that night for about and hour in January. Left it covered in about a half inch of ice. He laughed his ass off. Point is the things frosty says is out of the same reasoning as all ball busting. .. to see if you can get a rise and to get a laugh when you do. You are fueling the fire.
Like I mentioned in one of the "heat" threads; The more evolved subjects of the species have much thinner skin than us cavemen, which means that Ducduc is probably an iceage or two ahead of us
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 10:05 PM   #85
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Bike is in gear and the kickstand is down.

Many months ago someone called and I went over to there house. It was the issue, and no I will never let them live it down.

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Old Jun 29th 2013, 08:40 AM   #86
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DUCDUC< got the same problem a couple of days ago, my bike has 5000Km on the odo, was supposed to head to the tracks then my bike suddenly died on me about a km away from our house. tried to restart it but the dash display doesn't light up, hooked the battery up to the charger ( I always carry the dp charger with me)and led indicator was on green. I was wondering if you had e-lock error or low battery warning before your problem came about? mine does for a day before my problem came up. anyway I had to hire a van to pick up the bike going to the dealer and the problem was LOOSE POSITVE BATTERY TERMINAL. try to retighten and see if it helps.
well despite what frost and some of the other helpful haters on here think. I am capable of troubleshooting. I checked the battery 13.8v I checked the fuses all in check. I checked the cables all were tight and connected properly. I looked around the bike for tampering as it was outside for the first time and EDMONTON has plenty of haters. No signs of damage. It makes no sense. I turned the key over and it was if I tried putting the key into a bike with no batter attached at all. However the red anti theft flash was still on and the trickle lead showed green. Not a drop of power anywhere else though. I rode the bike fine the night before. TO TOP IT ALL OFF. I called road side assistance and the sent a flat bed to tow it. The guy they sent spent 30 min strappin her down and then 10 min from our destination his truck broke down. WTF kinda day I had. They sent another flat bed and I made it to the dealer 15 min before they closed. There resident ducati tech is on paternity leave. FML
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Old Jun 29th 2013, 08:46 AM   #87
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Originally Posted by MikeLee7 View Post
Since you're in the industry, can you tell us the truth about extended warranties? I purchased one for my 1199S. Paid "half price" of $700. Was it money wasted?
i decided against it. I sell warranty all day long and recommend it if it is a facotry warranty. The prob with ducati is it doesnt offer factory extention. The after market company just sends a rep out whos job is to find any way out. NOT WORTH THE DRAMA. However the price you paid is good and might just cover 700 worth of headaches after the 2 year factory is up. Dont sweat it my friend.
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look at my thanks as %age. now go play with your animated gifs with blue waffle bunny asshat.

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Really? Is that why I have twice the number of thanked posts based on a percentage?

I think some of you have your blinders on, go look at threads started by me and let me know how many threads were created with me just being a dick.

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It's his fault that I recognized his avatar as an STD but couldn't remember what it was, then proceeded to google -.-.
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Old Jun 29th 2013, 10:29 AM   #90
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Originally Posted by DUCDUC View Post
well despite what frost and some of the other helpful haters on here think. I am capable of troubleshooting. I checked the battery 13.8v I checked the fuses all in check. I checked the cables all were tight and connected properly. I looked around the bike for tampering as it was outside for the first time and EDMONTON has plenty of haters. No signs of damage. It makes no sense. I turned the key over and it was if I tried putting the key into a bike with no batter attached at all. However the red anti theft flash was still on and the trickle lead showed green. Not a drop of power anywhere else though. I rode the bike fine the night before. TO TOP IT ALL OFF. I called road side assistance and the sent a flat bed to tow it. The guy they sent spent 30 min strappin her down and then 10 min from our destination his truck broke down. WTF kinda day I had. They sent another flat bed and I made it to the dealer 15 min before they closed. There resident ducati tech is on paternity leave. FML
I think the issue is these are basic things you should tried before calling the dealer, or coming here. On a forum full of "experts" you can expect to be chastised for not checking the obvious before coming to ask the all power Panigale forum!
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