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Scottoiler: Ducati ST4s Installation

February 12th, 2009 · No Comments

Locate the vacuum – There is a vacuum point on the inlet tract, as shown below left. Remove the screw and replace with the M5 Brass Spigot from the Scottoiler kit, using some RTV Silicon Sealant on the threads to ensure an airtight seal. Then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the spigot.

The RMV can be mounted on the frame as indicated by the arrows in the third picture. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For other fitting options, see our easy step installation guide ‘RMV Positions, General’.

The Dispenser Assembly, shown bottom left, is routed along the underside of the Swingarm using Dispenser Mounting Sleeves, Cable Ties & Glue. Note: an epoxy resin (eg. Araldite) is req’d to bond the sleeves to the Swingarm. For further information see our easy step installation guide – ‘Dispenser Assemblies, General’.

Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to ‘prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required. The nib should feed the sprocket between the 6 & 7 o’clock positions, with the cut face facing outwards. The Dual Injector (sold separately) is shown below.

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DUCATI – IGNIJET 2007

February 10th, 2009 · No Comments

“ENGINE” CONNECTOR
1. Unconnected
2. Unconnected
3. TPS throttle position sensor
The input is designed for standard TPS sensors used in motorcycles. It is designed to take voltage of 0 to 5 V. Specific settings of the sensor for particular types of motorcycles are included in the DUCATI.EXE software. The TPS is powered by the means of reference voltage + 5V and SENSE GND. The output of the sensor will be connected to the connector (3ENG).
4. Unconnected
5. TWS water temperature sensor
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Ducati ‘03 ST4s Timing Belt Adjustment

February 10th, 2009 · No Comments

This instruction on cam belt adjustment starts after you remove the fairing pieces. Plan on an hour to remove these. Since you are performing your own service, buying Ducati belts may not be that expensive. There may be another belt source, but I have not confirmed this for the 996 engine of the 02-03 ST4s.
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DUCATI ST2/ST4 Stock Socket Rewire POWERLET ™ Installation Instructions

February 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This easy to install, high quality, POWERLET™ wiring harness replaces the low current, thin wiring supplied on Ducati ST2 & ST4 equipped with sockets. The purpose of the harness is to provide a safe means to draw high current through the socket.
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DUCATI 996 BATTLE SHIFTER

February 8th, 2009 · No Comments

The Power Shifter by Battle Factory is a lightweight, compact semi-automatic upshift system for bikes 600cc and up that provides quick, smooth shifts every time. Unlike other shifters that simply cut the electronic ignition, the Battle Shifter works by reducing current to the coil enough to stop ignition. This ensures that power keeps flowing to your gauges, eliminating annoying readout flashes and reducing overall system shock. The Power Shifter automatically adjusts the duration of the ignition cut to match RPM’s – longer cuts at low RPM’s and shorter ones at high RPM’s. The Power Shifter also features a DSR (Delayed Spark Return) System and 2nd Gear Helper Function. The DSR System waits a revolution after returning spark to the first bank of cylinders before returning spark to the second bank, greatly reducing transmission shock. The 2nd Gear Helper Function helps reduce the normal shock when shifting from 1st to 2nd gear by lengthening the ignition cut time (only applicable on street bikes that have neutral sensor). Best of all, the Battle Factory Power Shifter doesn’t require a battery like other shifters on the market.
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ACS 300 User’s Manual

February 8th, 2009 · No Comments

This chapter states the safety instructions which must be followed when installing, operating and servicing the ACS 300. If neglected, physical injury and death may follow, or damage may occur to the AC drive, the motor and driven equipment. The material in this chapter must be studied before attempting any work on or with the unit.
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2003-2005 Power Commander Ducati M800 S2R Installation Instructions

February 7th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Remove the seat
2. Lift the front of the fuel tank up.
3. Remove the left hand side cover (Fig. A). The PCIII will be mounted behind this cover later on.
4. Route the ground wire from the PCIII behind the frame rail (Fig. B).
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Ducati Hypermotard Installation Guide

February 6th, 2009 · No Comments

1) It is essential to use Blue Loc-tite on all nuts and bolts. Remove any other steering stabilizers.
2) It’s a good idea to cover the tank with an old sweatshirt, towel or protective device so you don’t scratch it.
3) Parts in photos are aluminum in color to help show contrast for mounting purposes. Production parts are anodized black.
4) Remove the (4) Allen bolts that hold your handlebars tight. Carefully lay your bars forward of the mounts, wrapping the bars and levers in a towel or suitable protection, as you will have to turn the front end for the next operation.
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Ducati Motorcycles G-Force Alarm System Installation & Operating Instructions

February 6th, 2009 · No Comments

Alarm Module and Siren can be mounted using supplied adhesive, zip ties, or hardware. Mounting surface should be clean and completely grease free.
Installation
The two ring connectors on the wiring harness are for power from the battery. The alarm harness also connects to the motorcycle taillight and starter switch. The taillight connection is to provide flashing light notification when placing alarm in and out of guard mode, or notification of a triggered alarm. Starter relay connections are made to disable the starter button circuit when the alarm has been triggered.
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Nemesis Engine Control for Ducati

February 5th, 2009 · No Comments

The Nemesis uses both of the original multi-pin connectors to link with your bike wiring loom, no changes are necessary, but remember it is VITALLY important to re-connect the 6mm ground connector. Nemesis also re-uses the cast aluminium ‘heat sink’ from the IAW 5.9 ECU, this can be removed and re-fitted to Nemesis using a TORX T20 screwdriver without any damage to the original ECU.
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