Question about 2002 Ducati 750 SS
I was riding home from work one night when my 1993 SS lost oil pressure and came to a stop. I was able to keep it upright dispite the shot of oil that ended up on my rear tire. Anyway
After I had a chance to look at the motor I noticed a hole about the size of my thumb tip behind the starter motor and knew that that was the culpret. Is it worth looking for a new motor and if yes what are my options get the motor repaired or start parting the bike out and look for another one?,I´d say repair it. They are the same motors as the 750monsters although I think cams may be different. a 900 motor should go in just fine as well. The 750s are quite rare (I´m finishing mine and there are less than you´d think...) It´s a bike totally worth throwing a new engine in.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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