Question about 1990 Ducati 750 Sport
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Ducati 750 Sport 1990
Posted on Feb 03, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to make sure the spring that is attatched to the brake is not worn out.
If it is a cable operated brake, which I dont think it would be, check to make sure the cable inside the brake line is not rusted and moves freely. if it doesnt you will need to replace that.
Last but not least, if it has drum breaks, which it probably has, check the spring inside the drum to make sure that operates correctly.
If a spring gets old sometimes you can get lucky and spray some lubricant (WD-40) and get it to work.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Your fuel pump is vacuum operated, I would look for a crack in the rubber somewhere. Also, the side stand, the bike will start with it down, but will shut off the second you put it in gear. I have a 2002 S4.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Testimonial: "sidest. switch OK. Short wiring pump doesn't make it run! Emptied tank, found a loose part with o-ring seal on the bottom. Dealer tomorrow "
A smaller car 12v 4 or 5 amps charger will do the job, the slower the battery is charged the better, so use the lower setting if available.
charge it out of the bike, this way you can check the water level, and if it overflows it wont spray acid over your engine and frame.
If it doesnt start the bike after a charge, get a new battery, as running a sad battery can overload the charging electrics. and dont jump start it of a car battery that will accept more amps than the bike can produce
Posted on May 23, 2010
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