Question about 2001 Ducati 996 S
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Converting 996/998
ECU and harness for pretty much the same price. I'm curious to know if that engine will fit in the chassis. The different shape of the heads fitting in the frame under the airbox and the throttle bodies to airbox. From my understanding the engine mounting should be the same.It will not fit but not because of the enginemounting points, it´s because of the frame. You need a 748R or 998/996R frame to make the Testa engine fit. The problem is the cross-brace framing just behind the airbox. It´s going to be in the way. In the raceteam I´m apart off, we did a 999s engine transplant into our 748R frame and it was easy enough. We did in in a couple of days work, including using the new TB´s and building our own airbox that uses the 999 bottom part and a 748R upperpart. ,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Not sure on this particular bike, but many oil pumps are in the middle of the engine, which requires completely dismantling the entire engine. I would check with the service dept. at the local dealer for sure
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
You can wind down the arse end of the bike through the rear shocky of the bike.It has an adjustable spring for ride height and preload.Your toolkit would have come with a tool to do this and it is quiet easy to do.When you do this,it will affect the handling of the bike so be gentle in the adjustments and not do too much at one time.The bike has a really good balance for most riders straight out of the box,and being a sports bike,it can't be dropped to far.Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 10, 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 "
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