Question about 1985 Ducati 750 F1
Quick story bought a 98 750 with 8000 k's on it and staintunes slip ons thinking i'll get some fun and good mileage. Anyway, it was running very rich and kept fouling plugs. So i thought i'd buy a dynojet stage 1 kit and aftermarket filter after reading some posts. Now its exact opposite, when i do a plug check its way too lean. After examining the jets it seems the mikuni originals are bigget than the new dynojet, so i swapped back, and colour of plugs is maybe slightly less white but still too lean. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated,You better go back and see what you missed. I know I had my carb bank on and off so many times I thought I was good at it. One time, I forgot to do up the clamps to the intake manifold. Ran really lean. What about your float height? Did you set it to the new specs to the proper side? It's the square sided float, not the crazy shaped one. Did you put the new needles in with all the washers? From the top down, it's the clip, then the plastic one, then the bigger steel shim. They all need to go in. You must have missed something as those kits usually run richer.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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