Question about 2006 Ducati 999 R Xerox
Buddy...I'm sorry say to this, but, you might need to buy a re-flashed ecu for your bike. I just got my 06 999 out of the shop with the SAME exact problem you have. It's a dangerous problem as well. I've tried everything, and the problem persisted until we decided to bite the bullet and get the ecu. Cost me $550 just for the part, plus some good hours of labor for that and miscellaneous other things. But for now, the bike seems to be running perfectly. I feel your pain, brother.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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