First I'd like to say hello, this is my first post, I wish it was on a happier note. Has anyone had problems with their Termignoni pipes fitting properly? The right side pipe on mine is tilted upward and outward. Anotherwords the cone on the end of the pipe looks rotated counterclockwise. I have now tried three different right side pipes from Ducati, and all have the same problem. It looks like the mounting holes were drilled wrong or the pipe was welded incorrectly. Ducati doesn't seem to realize there is a problem, but to have three all with same problem? I find it hard to believe it's just me with this issue.
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Re: GT 1000 Termignoni pipe problem
If you have a GT it seems to be a Ducati Quirk.
My right hand can took a bit of persuasion to fit.
When finally fitted it was noticeably higher than the left side.
My mind was instantly filled with thoughts of bent frame e.t.c
I checked out the dealerships GT with Termis & theirs was the same.
Hope you can get your's to fit as they sound great.
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It could very well be, if the engine is the 3.8L. There is a coolant pipe with a 90o angle, going into the front of the intake manifold. It has an "O" ring at the intake and another at the coolant bypass assembly. Quite often the "O" ring gets hard and leaks, or the plastic coolant pipe deteriorates and breaks inside the intake manifold. Either the coolant bypass / tensioner assembly will need to be removed or the intake manifold will have to be removed to replace the pipe.
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I got on the highway and for about 25 miles my engine kept (stalling/cutting out?) and then coming back on again after a few seconds. The engine light would come on the rpms would drop off for about 1 second and then the engine would come back on again. Almost like it was running out of gas but there was plenty of gas left. It happened about 10 times and when I finally got to a gas station I filled it up again on premium. On the way back home the stalling problem happened one time and then I had no problems after that.
Has anyone else had this problem with regular 87 octane gasoline? By the way I ride a 695 with a Termignoni exhaust system. The engine was cold when the stalling started happening but kept occurring even when the temp was running 212.
I would appreciate any comments and advice.I've never heard of anyone having issues like that from lower octane and I never have with my carbed bike.
I'd rather think you got a bit of water somewhere...possibly in the regular fuel...or it was already in the tank and the fuel is just a confusing factor.
Use a little dry-gas and try it again.,,,