Question about 2001 Ducati 750 SS i.e. N-C
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is a parts manual which will be of some use... http://www.carlsalter.com/download.asp?fileid=068117099097116105095077055053048032068097114107032080097114116115032050048048048046112100102
You will need....
10mm allen socket - For the oil drain plug. You can take the plug out with an allen wrench (hex key) but you'll need the socket to properly torque it back into place.
21mm socket - To remove the oils screen. Again, a wrench would work here, but you'll need to torque it later anyway.
Some kind of filter wrench - This will depend on your bike and the filter to be removed. (We'll look into the details later)
A container to drain the oil into - I use one of the flat oil change containers with the wide, flat funnel that screws into the side.
Oil - About 4 quarts. This varies a bit by model and displacement, but 4 quarts should be the max.
Oil drain plug crush washer
Oil screen crush washer - A Ducati dealership once tried to convince me that these were the same. It made me think that they had never changed the oil before either...
Tech sheet... http://www.ducati.com/bikes/tech.jhtml
And the manual is here...
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009
The stock rear sprocket is 41 tooth. The stock front sprocket is 15 tooth. The stock chain is 630 x 96. You can get OEM parts at www.babbittsonline.com/parts/viewbybrand/parts.aspx
Rear sprocket is $52.91. front sprocket is $21.74 and chain is $201.07
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Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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There is some clown on ebay selling copies of the real thing for $20, I have a couple manuals here for my own ref, anything you need to know?
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
A smaller car 12v 4 or 5 amps charger will do the job, the slower the battery is charged the better, so use the lower setting if available.
charge it out of the bike, this way you can check the water level, and if it overflows it wont spray acid over your engine and frame.
If it doesnt start the bike after a charge, get a new battery, as running a sad battery can overload the charging electrics. and dont jump start it of a car battery that will accept more amps than the bike can produce
Posted on May 23, 2010
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