Ducati Mathesis Tester

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Also check all your connections as sometimes the corrosion gets more resistive as the temperature goes up. First, you need to repair your tank vents before your tank totally collapses.I purchased a 998 brand new and since day one I've experienced an intermittent stalling problem. Then, reset the sensor gap on the crank angle sensor and then get the throttle bodies setup by a reputable shop.-Ian Costello, Italy Plug in back of starter relay, sprag, battery voltage low, could be a failed or failing reg/rectifier.

Also check all your connections as sometimes the corrosion gets more resistive as the temperature goes up. First, you need to repair your tank vents before your tank totally collapses.I purchased a 998 brand new and since day one I've experienced an intermittent stalling problem. Then, reset the sensor gap on the crank angle sensor and then get the throttle bodies setup by a reputable shop.-Ian Costello, Italy Plug in back of starter relay, sprag, battery voltage low, could be a failed or failing reg/rectifier.

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But the clue must lie in it's proximity to the chain!

My best guess is the seal in the left crankcase housing, right around or behind the slave cyl., squirting out somewhere around the front sprocket? Is there any specific place you have seen fail more than others to narrow my search?

This could be as simple as a dirty battery terminal. When I try to start it, the starter engages then seems to disengage, making a terrible grinding noise located behind the clutch. Also, where could I find miscellaneous bits such as clutch hub, tachometer and cable, speedometer? I have had a basic feel of the cam belt tensioner bearings and they seam ok but other than that I'm stumped as to where this sound is coming from.

A tight terminal may have corrosion and not pass current under load. If voltage goes down when the key is turned on, you have a bad battery. Any insight you could give me on this would be much appreciated.

I have heard of issues with emulsion tubes wearing out, this would be the part the needle is sliding in and out of that gets fuel from main. None of the fuel circuits exists by itself, they all overlap a bit, with one circuit predominating but the others still contributing a bit.

Sometimes the main and needle are so very close but that slow jet is not and it gives that little bit it needs at the right time, when making transitions. -Fuel filter is a possible source, some folks have had issues with fuel lines in tank rupturing thus fuel pressure goes to hell. I just replaced the battery as the old one was failing to hold a charge for more than 12 hours.From a full charge, the starter turns over nicely, and the bike starts easily.-Kris, UK Check the shaft that the starter intermediary gears run on.Sometimes these expand when hot and seize on the gears.On starting up, the throttle starts to scream engine for no reason and can only be resolved by kill switch.On second start up, seemed OK and after 1st mile of ride, the engine started screaming as though I had cranked the throttle full on which resulted in emergency stop and kill switch.If the bike rests for a long period of time, the starter turns over easily again.Is this a common problem, and if so, can you suggest a cure??But I didn't think it could "squirt" out as it shouldn't be pressurized... can I take the left side housing off without getting myself into a mess to seal and put back on?-Charles Schiele, USA Check the inside of your airbox. Also could join the 851 online chat group (through yahoogroups.com) and find lots of good advice and parts there.

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