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  • Page 1 Owner's manual US/CANADA...
  • Page 2 We'd like to welcome you among Ducati enthusiasts and congratulate you on your excellent choice of motorcycle. We imagine you'll be riding your Ducati motorcycle for long trips as well as short daily excursions. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. wishes you smooth and enjoyable riding.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents California emission control warranty statement Your warranty rights and obligations Manufacturer's warranty coverage Owner's warranty responsibilities California evaporation emission system Ducati limited warranty on emission control system Introduction Instrument Panel (Dashboard) Safety guidelines Instrument Panel Warning symbols used in the manual.
  • Page 4 Menu 1: Trip meter 1 (TRIP B) Customizing Riding Modes: Engine setting Menu 1: Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP Customizing Riding Modes: Restore default FUEL) settings MENU 1: Trip time Engine rpm digital indication (RPM) MENU 1: Clock Battery voltage Menu 1: LAP time MENU 2 functions Pin Code...
  • Page 5 Right-hand switch Stopping the motorcycle Throttle twistgrip Parking Front brake lever Refueling Rear brake pedal Tool kit and accessories Gear change pedal Adjusting the position of the gearchange and rear Main maintenance operations brake pedals Remove the fairing Side fairings Main components and devices Change the air filter Position on the vehicle...
  • Page 6 Storing the motorcycle Exhaust system Important notes Available colors Electrical system Scheduled maintenance chart Routine maintenance record Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the Dealer Routine maintenance record Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the customer Technical data Weights Overall dimensions...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Safety guidelines Important Your safety and that of others are very important. Possibility of damaging the motorcycle and/or Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. urges you to ride your its components. motorcycle responsibly. Before using your motorcycle for the first time, Note...
  • Page 8: Permitted Use

    This motorcycle carries the rider and may carry one passenger upon installation of a dedicated kit performed exclusively at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Attention The total weight of the motorcycle in running order with rider, passenger, baggage and additional accessories must not exceed 816 lb/ 370 kg.
  • Page 9: Rider's Obligation

    Rider's obligation Attention All riders must hold a driver's license. Some medications may induce sleepiness or other effects that impair reflexes and the ability of the Attention rider to control the motorcycle, which may lead to accident. Riding without a license is illegal and punishable by law.
  • Page 10 Attention 1) the removal or rendering inoperative by any person, other than for purposes of maintenance, Failure to be wearing a helmet in case of repair, or replacement, of any device or element accident increases the chance of serious injury and of design incorporated into any new vehicle for even death.
  • Page 11: Reporting Of Safety Defects

    However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Ducati North America. To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-800-424-9393 (or 366-0123 in Washington, D.C.
  • Page 12: Rider Education

    Rider education Suitable clothing includes: helmet, eye protection, gloves, boots, long-sleeved jacket and long pants. Accidents are frequently due to inexperience. Riding, maneuvering and or braking are carried out differently The helmet must have the requisites as listed on from other vehicles. page 9, if the helmet model has no visor, use suitable goggles;...
  • Page 13 Important For the safety of the passenger, make sure that he or she also wears appropriate clothing.
  • Page 14: Best Practices" For Safety

    Exhaust gases are poisonous and may lead to loss of Failure to follow these instructions releases Ducati consciousness or even death within a short time. Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for During the ride, assume a correct body position and any engine damage or shorter engine life.
  • Page 15 Important Important The passenger should always hold on to the Visually inspect the tires at regular intervals for strap on passenger seat with both hands. cracks and cuts, especially on sidewalls, bulges or large spots which are indicative of internal damage. Replace them if badly damaged.
  • Page 16: Refueling

    Refueling Attention Refuel the motorcycle in an open area and with the In case of malaise caused by prolonged engine switched off. inhalation of fuel vapors, stay outdoors and consult a Do not smoke or ever use flames during refueling. physician.
  • Page 17: Carrying The Maximum Load Allowed

    Carrying the maximum load allowed Important Your motorcycle is designed for long-distance riding Be sure to secure the luggage to the supports with the maximum load allowed carried in full safety. provided on the motorcycle as firmly as possible. Even weight distribution is critical to preserving these Improperly secured luggage may affect stability.
  • Page 18: Dangerous Products - Warnings

    Dangerous products - warnings Attention Used engine oil The brake fluid used in the brake system is corrosive. In the event of accidental contact with eyes or skin, wash the affected area with generous Attention quantities of running water. Prolonged or repeated contact with used engine oil may cause skin cancer.
  • Page 19 The cooling fan operates automatically: keep hands well clear and make sure your clothing does not get caught in the fan. Battery Attention The battery gives off explosive gases; keep it away from any source of ignition such as sparks, flames and cigarettes.
  • Page 20: Vehicle Id Number

    These numbers identify the motorcycle model and should always be indicated when ordering spare parts. We recommend that you note the frame number of your motorcycle in the space below. Frame number Fig 1 DUCATI PLANT OF MANU FACTURE TYPE OF MOTORCYCLE SEQUENTIAL MODEL...
  • Page 21: Engine Id Number

    Engine ID number Note These numbers identify the motorcycle model and should always be indicated when ordering spare parts. The engine identification number is located in the motorcycle front side on the horizontal head cylinder lower side, near the starter motor and the generator cover.
  • Page 22: Plate Positioning

    Plate positioning Fig 4...
  • Page 23 Appog giare il veicolo sulla stampella l aterale. Con la sola p ressione del di to, spinge re la catena verso il basso nel pu nto di misu ra e poi rilascia rla. M isu rare la distanza (A) tra il centro dei pe rni della c atena ÷...
  • Page 24 Fig 6...
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  • Page 26 (Only Canada) Fig 8...
  • Page 27 8 (Only Canada) Fig 9...
  • Page 28: Noise And Exhaust Emission Control System Information

    Carbon monoxide does not react in the same way, Problems that may affect motorcycle but is toxic. Ducati utilizes lean carburetor settings emissions and other systems to reduce carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. If you are aware of any of the following symptoms,...
  • Page 29: Your Warranty Rights And Obligations

    Your emission control system may include parts such You are responsible for presenting your as fuel-injection system, the ignition system, catalytic motorcycle to a Ducati dealer as soon as a converter, and engine computer. Also included may problem exists. The warranty repairs should be...
  • Page 30: California Evaporation Emission System

    California evaporation emission system This system consists of: 1) Warn air inlet; 2) Canister; 3) Dell’Orto jet; 4) Fuel tank; 5) Breather pipe; 6) Intake manifolds. Attention In the event of a fuel system malfunction, contact a Ducati Authorized Service Center. Fig 10...
  • Page 31: Ducati Limited Warranty On Emission Control System

    Air Resources Board. Any part or parts replaced under Ducati North America, Inc., 10443 Bandley Drive this warranty shall become the property of Ducati. In Cupertino, California, 95014 warrants that each new the state of California only, emissions related...
  • Page 32 Ducati dealer. Ducati shall not be liable A. Repair or replacement required as a result of for any other expenses, loss or damage, whether...
  • Page 33 This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. V. This warranty is in addition to the Ducati limited motorcycle warranty. VI. Additional information Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and durability may be used in the performance of any maintenance or repairs.
  • Page 34: Instrument Panel (dashboard)

    Instrument Panel (Dashboard) Turns on when fuel is low and there are about 5 liters of fuel left in the tank. 6) TURN INDICATOR LIGHTS (GREEN). Illuminates and flashes when the turn indicator is in operation. They flash together when the "Hazard" Instrument Panel function is in operation.
  • Page 35 9) ABS LIGHT (AMBER YELLOW) . This turns on to indicate that ABS is disabled or not functioning. Engine on / speed under or equal to 3 mph (5 km/h) Light off Light flashing Light steady ABS disabled with the menu function "ABS" ABS enabled but not working yet Engine on/ speed over 3 mph (5 km/h) Light off Light flashing...
  • Page 36 10) DTC INTERVENTION (AMBER YELLOW). Immobilizer Key-on status Light OFF No intervention Light OFF Key-off status Light ON flashing Spark advance cut Light steady ON Key-off status for over Light OFF 12 hours Injection cut Light steady ON 11) OVER REV / IMMOBILIZER / ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (RED) Over rev No intervention...
  • Page 37 Fig 11...
  • Page 38: Acronyms And Abbreviations Used In The Manual

    DUCATI Quick Shift and pick the one that best suits his/her riding style or ground conditions. The Riding Modes allow the user DUCATI Engine Brake Control to instantly change the engine power delivery (Power Mode), the ABS settings, DTC, DQS, EBC and Engine Control Unit instrument panel graphics.
  • Page 39 (EBC), thereby Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) helping to control the rear wheel slipping (DTC). The Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) is the electronic shifter Ducati Traction Control (DTC) control system used for racing purposes that allows...
  • Page 40 Ducati Data Analyzer+ (DDA+) DDA+ is the latest generation of the Ducati Data Analyzer, with built-in GPS signal to create a "virtual finish line". The system automatically detects lap end and stops the lap timer, without the rider needing to do anything.
  • Page 41: Function Pushbuttons

    Function pushbuttons 1) CONTROL SWITCH UP " " Button used to display and set instrument panel parameters with the position " ". 2) CONTROL SWITCH DOWN " " Button used to display and set instrument panel parameters with the position " ".
  • Page 42: How To Set/display Parameters

    How to set/display parameters Upon start, the instrument panel: turns on the display backlighting; temporarily turns on all its elements; turns the engine rpm bargraph ON and OFF progressively; displays all available speed values progressively from the minimum to the maximum one and vice versa;...
  • Page 43 During the start check stage, if the vehicle speed exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h) (actual speed), the instrument panel will stop: the display check routine and display the Standard Screen containing updated information; the warning light check routine and leave on only the warning lights that are actually active at the moment.
  • Page 44 Data displayed on the main screen are as follows: Rpm bar graph. Vehicle speed. Gear engaged. Menu 1 (Odometer, Trip 1, Trip 2, Trip Fuel, Trip Time, Clock, Lap time - only if active). MENU 2 (External air temperature, Instantaneous fuel consumption, Average fuel consumption, Average speed, Trip time).
  • Page 45 Fig 14...
  • Page 46 Press button (1) to display MENU 1 information. The data displayed in a sequence are: Odometer (TOT); TRIP A; TRIP B; - TRIP FUEL (when function is active); Trip time (TRIP TIME). Clock; Lap time (when LAP function is active). Fig 15...
  • Page 47 Press button (2) to display MENU 2 information. The data displayed in a sequence are: Air temperature; Instantaneous fuel consumption (CONS.); Average Fuel Consumption (CONS. AVG); Average speed (SPEED AVG); Fig 16...
  • Page 48 Upon the Key-ON, the data displayed for MENU 1 and MENU 2 are the ones displayed upon the previous Key-OFF. Note The factory set default parameter (Odometer - TOT) is displayed for 10 seconds upon Key-ON for MENU 1 and then the parameter from last Key-OFF is displayed.
  • Page 49 If the key is not acknowledged upon Key-ON and once the initial check routine is over, the following will happen: if the PIN CODE function is not active, the instrument panel performs the initial check, displays the Standard screen with an E-LOCK error warning and does not allow accessing the SETTING MENU, except for the Error page (ERR);...
  • Page 50: Main Functions

    Main functions Auxiliary functions The functions displayed in the Standard Screen are DDA (only if present) the following: GPS (only if present) Engine rpm indication (RPM) (CLOCK) Vehicle speed Service warning (SERVICE) Gear ERROR indication Riding Mode Engine coolant temperature MENU 1 displays the following functions: - Odometer (TOT) - Trip meter 1 (TRIP A)
  • Page 51 The functions within the SETTING MENU that can be modified by the user are the following: RIDING MODE (R.M.) customization: within this menu, rider can customize the following: - EBC level (EBC) - DTC level (DTC) - DQS ON/OFF (DQS) - ABS setting (ABS) - Engine setting (ENGINE) - Reset to default factory settings (DEFAULT)
  • Page 52 Engine rpm indicator (RPM). The instrument panel receives the engine rpm information and displays it on the relevant bargraph. The information is displayed by the bargraph filling from the left to the right according to the engine rpm and with the negative display (switching OFF of the digit and switching on of its rectangle) of the numerical digit of the relevant miles.
  • Page 53 Vehicle speed The instrument panel receives information about the actual vehicle speed (calculated in km/h) and displays the value increased by 5% and converted in the set unit of measurement (mph or km/h). A string of dashes "- - -" is displayed with the set unit of measurement if: speed is equal to 186 mph or 299 km/h or if instrument panel is not receiving the speed value...
  • Page 54 Gear The instrument panel receives information about the gear engaged and displays the corresponding value. If a gear is engaged, the displayed value may range from "1" to "6", while if in neutral "N" is displayed. Letter "C" is displayed when system requires you to shift gear.
  • Page 55 Gear sensor learning During the gear learning procedure to be performed on the motorcycle the operator is guided by the displayed information. The instrument panel indicates the saved gear and prompts the operator to proceed with the next gear. When the instrument panel displays letter "C" instead of the gear number and switches Neutral "N"...
  • Page 56: Riding Mode

    RACE Every Riding Mode contains the following SPORT parameters set by Ducati or customized by the user through the setting function pages: a specific level of intervention for the DTC One of these will be marked by an arrow near its traction control (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, off);...
  • Page 57 Once the desired riding mode is highlighted, confirm the selection by holding down the CONFIRM MENU button (4) for 2 seconds: the new riding mode selection is saved and the Standard Screen is displayed. Once the desired riding mode is highlighted, if the CONFIRM MENU button (4) is not pressed within 10 seconds, the new riding mode selection is not stored and the Standard Screen is displayed.
  • Page 58 When the system requests rider to confirm the riding mode change, the procedure will output an error if: the throttle twistgrip is open, brakes are activated and the motorcycle is not still; in this case "CLOSE GAS" and "DON’T BRK" warnings flash on the display in MENU 1 and MENU 2, by alternating each writing every second.
  • Page 59 Note If the change of riding mode is associated with the ABS change of state from "ON" to "OFF" or vice- versa, the instrument panel also starts the procedure for disabling or activating the ABS, respectively, upon confirmation of the selected riding mode. Note If at least one error is present upon Riding Mode change, priority is given to messages "CLOSE GAS"...
  • Page 60: Dtc

    The instrument panel displays DTC status as follows: if DTC is active, DTC indication and the rectangle with the Traction Control intervention level number (1 to 8); if DTC is disabled, DTC indication and the rectangle with the steady symbol "- -"; if DTC is in fault or the Black Box is in fault, DTC and the rectangle with the flashing "- -"...
  • Page 61 Attention DTC is a rider aid that can be used both on the track and the road. The system is designed to make riding easier and to enhance safety, but in no way relieves the rider of the obligation to ride responsibly and maintain a high standard of conduct in accordance with traffic laws so as to avoid accident or force emergency maneuvers, whether caused by...
  • Page 62 RIDING MODE DEFAULT RACE Track use, for very expert riders, opti- mized for Pirelli tires with SC2 com- pound. System permits sliding side- ways. RACE Track use, for very expert riders, opti- It is the default level for the mized for OEM tires (Original Equipment "RACE"...
  • Page 63 RIDING MODE DEFAULT WET (RAIN) Track use, with rain tires, it was specifi- cally optimized for Pirelli Diablo Rain tires (rear tire 190/60 ZR17). WET (HEAVY Wet road and slippery asphalt with OEM It is the default level for the RAIN) tires;...
  • Page 64 Tips on how to select the sensitivity level Attention The DTC levels 2-3-4-5-6-8 settings have been calibrated using the tires originally supplied with your Attention motorcycle (Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa SP The DTC level 1 setting has been calibrated 120/70ZR17 at the front and 180/60ZR17 at the rear). using tires with SC2 compound (Pirelli Diablo Using tires with different size and characteristics Supercorsa SC2), which are not originally supplied...
  • Page 65 slide: these levels are recommended on the track The relation of the DTC intervention level to riding only and exclusively for expert riders: in particular, mode: The DTC will tend to kick in more with a level 1 is designed to work at best only with tires "smooth"...
  • Page 66 to level 5, 4, etc., until you find the level that suits you best. If changes occur in the grip conditions and/or circuit characteristics and/or your riding style, and the level setting is no longer suitable, switch to the next level up or down and proceed to determine the best setting (e.g.
  • Page 67: Ebc

    The instrument panel displays EBC status as follows: if EBC is active, EBC indication and the rectangle with the intervention level number (1 to 3); if EBC system is disabled, EBC indication and the rectangle with the steady symbol "- -"; if EBC system or control unit is in fault, EBC and the rectangle with the flashing "- -"...
  • Page 68 The EBC is a system controlling the engine brake while riding with throttle fully closed (both when downshifting and when simply releasing throttle with the same gear engaged, and both under braking or not), this system independently sets the throttles in order to make the torque transmitted backward from wheel to engine during these stages constant.
  • Page 69 The following table indicates the most suitable level of EBC intervention for the various riding types as well as the default settings in the "Riding Mode" that can be selected by the rider: CHARACTERISTIC DEFAULT Maximum engine brake Rather important engine brake, but less than that It is the default level for all Riding obtained with EBC OFF Modes...
  • Page 70 Tips on how to select the sensitivity level level 1 the engine brake is increasing progressively; with EBC OFF you set the maximum engine brake possible. Attention The choice of the correct level mainly depends on the The EBC levels 1-2-3 settings have been following parameters: calibrated using the tires originally supplied with your The tire/asphalt grip (type of tire, amount of tire...
  • Page 71: Dqs

    The instrument panel displays DQS status as follows: if DQS is enabled, DQS indication and the relevant box; if DQS or the control unit is in fault, the EOBD light and warning symbol turn on as well and the corresponding error is displayed. Fig 29 Fig 30...
  • Page 72: Abs

    If the vehicle is equipped with ABS and the instrument panel displays the box with ABS status. The instrument panel displays: if ABS is active, ABS indication and the rectangle with the set intervention level number (1 to 3); if ABS is disabled, ABS indication and the rectangle with the steady symbol "- -";...
  • Page 73 The following table indicates the most suitable level of ABS intervention for the various riding types, as well as the default settings in the "Riding Mode" that can be selected by the rider: RIDING MODE CHARACTERISTIC DEFAULT The ABS is disabled RACE Exclusively for track use, for expert riders It is the default level for the...
  • Page 74: Engine Coolant Temperature

    Tips on how to select the sensitivity level keeps a good alignment during the whole braking. Settings between level 3 and level 1 privilege more and more the braking power rather than stability and Attention lift-up control; level 1 provides no lift-up control, the The ABS levels 1-2-3 settings have been rear brake is not controlled by the ABS.
  • Page 75 If reading is: <= (lower than or equal to) -40 °F (-40 °C), a string of flashing dashes "- - -" is displayed; included within the interval -38 °F (-39 °C) and + 102 °F (+39 °C) "LO" is displayed steadily; included within the interval +104 °F (+40 °C) and +248 °F (+120 °C) the value is displayed steadily;...
  • Page 76 Fig 33...
  • Page 77: Menu 1 Functions

    Menu 1 functions MENU 1 functions are: Odometer (TOT); Trip meter 1 (TRIP A); Trip meter 2 (TRIP B); Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL); Trip time (TRIP TIME); Clock; LAP time (only if active). By pressing button (1) it is possible to view the functions of MENU 1.
  • Page 78: Menu 1: Odometer (tot)

    Menu 1: Odometer (TOT) The odometer counts and displays the total distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (mi or km). The odometer number (mi or km) is displayed with the "TOT" indication and unit of measurement. When the maximum value is reached (199999 mi or 199999 km) the instrument panel will permanently display said value.
  • Page 79 Note If a string of flashing dashes " ----- " is displayed within odometer function, please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 80: Menu 1: Trip Meter 1 (trip A)

    Menu 1: Trip meter 1 (TRIP A) The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (mi or km) and is used as a basis to calculate average fuel consumption, average speed and trip time.
  • Page 81: Menu 1: Trip Meter 1 (trip B)

    Menu 1: Trip meter 1 (TRIP B) The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (mi or km). The value (mi or km) is displayed with the TRIP B indication and unit of measurement.
  • Page 82: Menu 1: Partial Fuel Reserve Counter (trip Fuel)

    Menu 1: Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP FUEL) The fuel trip meter counts and displays the distance covered by the vehicle on reserve (since the low fuel light turns on) with the set unit of measurement (mi or km). When the Low fuel light (A) turns on, the display automatically shows the TRIP FUEL function, regardless of the currently displayed function;...
  • Page 83: Menu 1: Trip Time

    MENU 1: Trip time The instrument panel calculates and displays the trip time as "hhh:mm" followed by TRIP TIME. The calculation considers the time since TRIP A was last reset. When TRIP A is reset, this value is reset as well.
  • Page 84: Menu 1: Clock

    MENU 1: Clock The instrument panel receives information about the time to be displayed. The time indication is displayed in MENU 1. The instrument panel shows the time in the following format: hh (hours) : mm (minutes) with "AM" indication (for values ranging between 0:00 and 11:59), or with "PM"...
  • Page 85: Menu 1: Lap Time

    Menu 1: LAP time LAP function information is available when the function is active. After the LAP function activation from the SETTING MENU, when going back to the Standard screen the LAP function is automatically displayed as first page of MENU 1 and the messages "TIME"...
  • Page 86 If the GPS is installed, the "Start/Stop" command of the lap is sent by GPS. To allow the GPS to automatically identify the "Start/Stop" at every lap, the user must save the finish line coordinates by pressing the FLASH (3) button upon first crossing of the finish line.
  • Page 87 If lap timer is active but vehicle is at standstill, lap when the FLASH button (3) is pressed for the first timer is temporarily stopped after 5 seconds and it is time, or upon an equivalent command (optional displayed with the initial indication "0’00’’00". the next GPS) the instrument panel displays the lap timer time rider pushes the FLASH button (3) or any with resolution of a tenth of a second (0’...
  • Page 88 Laps are numbered from 01 to 30 and are in a loop: after the first 30 laps the instrument panel will overwrite information starting from Lap 01. If the LAP function is interrupted and then reactivated but memorized laps are not deleted, lap information will be recorded by overwriting data of the oldest Lap.
  • Page 89: Menu 2 Functions

    MENU 2 functions MENU 2 functions are: External air temperature Instantaneous fuel consumption (CONS.) Average Fuel Consumption (CONS. AVG) Average speed (SPEED AVG) By pressing button (2) it is possible to view the functions of MENU 2. Fig 43...
  • Page 90: Menu 2: External Air Temperature

    MENU 2: External air temperature The instrument panel displays the ambient temperature in the set unit of measurement (°C or °F), followed by the set unit of measurement, and the "T-AIR" text. The temperature value is displayed when ranging from -38 °F to +255 °F (or -39 °C to +124 °C). For different temperature values (lower than -39 °C or higher than +124 °C) a string of three steady dashes "...
  • Page 91: Menu 2: Instantaneous Fuel Consumption

    MENU 2: Instantaneous fuel consumption The instrument panel calculates and displays the vehicle instantaneous fuel consumption, the set unit of measurement and CONS. text. The calculation is made considering the quantity of fuel used and the distance traveled during the last second.
  • Page 92: Menu 2: Average Fuel Consumption

    MENU 2: Average fuel consumption The instrument panel calculates and displays the vehicle average fuel consumption, the set unit of measurement and CONS. AVG text. The calculation is made considering the quantity of fuel used and the distance traveled since TRIP A was last reset. When TRIP A is reset, the value is reset and the first value available is displayed 10 seconds after the reset.
  • Page 93: Menu 2: Average Speed

    MENU 2: Average speed The instrument panel calculates and displays the vehicle average speed, the set unit of measurement and SPEED AVG text. The calculation considers the distance and time since TRIP A was last reset. When TRIP A is reset, the value is reset and the first value available is displayed 10 seconds after the reset.
  • Page 94: Auxiliary Functions

    Auxiliary functions The instrument panel indicates DDA status only if the vehicle fits the DDA. If the DDA indication is displayed it means that the DDA is active and recording. If the DDA indication is not displayed it means that the DDA is not active.
  • Page 95 GPS (optional) The instrument panel provides information only on the GPS receiver (optional). The instrument panel displays the status of the GPS receiver if it is installed on the motorcycle. If "GPS" is displayed steady on then the GPS receiver is in a correctly acquired position and in active satellite reception.
  • Page 96: Service Warning (service)

    Service warning (SERVICE) This indication shows the user that the bike is due for service and must be taken to a Ducati Authorized Service Center. The service warning indication can be reset only by the Authorized Ducati Service Center during servicing.
  • Page 97: Oil Service Zero Indication

    "SERVICE", the Oil symbol and the message "OIL" upon each Key-ON; after 5 seconds both the message "SERVICE" and the Oil symbol become steady until Key-OFF or until an Authorized Ducati Service Center performs a reset. Fig 51...
  • Page 98 OIL SERVICE or DESMO SERVICE countdown indication After OIL SERVICE zero reset (at 600 mi - 1000 km), the instrument panel activates the countdown of the miles (or kilometers) left before the following service operation: OIL SERVICE (A) or DESMO SERVICE (B). The kilometer count indication is shown upon Key-On for 2 seconds whereas when there are 600 mi (1000 km) left before the next service operation, the...
  • Page 99: Oil Service Or Desmo Service Indication

    "OIL" or "DESMO" upon each Key-ON; after 5 seconds both the message "SERVICE" and the Oil or Desmo symbol becomes steady until Key-OFF or until an Authorized Ducati Service Center performs a reset. Fig 54 Fig 55...
  • Page 100: Errors

    Errors The instrument panel manages error warnings in order to allow the rider to identify any abnormal vehicle behavior in real time. Upon Key-On, if there are active errors, the instrument panel turns on the EOBD light, the Warning symbol and activates the SETTING MENU Error page.
  • Page 101 ON for 3 seconds. When an error is triggered the EOBD light turns on as well. Attention When one or more errors are displayed, always contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 102: Displayed Error Description

    Displayed error description Displayed error Description CAN LINE CAN line BUS Off UNK-D Control unit not acknowledged by the system - wrong SW ABS control unit faulty communication / operation BBS control unit faulty communication / operation BBS control unit general malfunction Exhaust valve motor malfunction DSB control unit faulty communication / operation ELOCK...
  • Page 103 Displayed error Description Intake duct air temperature sensor malfunction Injection relay malfunction Ignition coil malfunction Injector malfunction Engine rpm sensor malfunction Lambda sensor or Lambda sensor heater malfunction Vehicle starting relay malfunction Quick shift device switch malfunction Secondary air sensor malfunction GEAR Gear sensor malfunction FUEL...
  • Page 104 Note "FAN" indication can be activated also by BBS ECU malfunction and its faulty communication with fans. Pay attention to engine temperature indication.
  • Page 105 Error icons table WARNING LIGHT / ERROR MESSAGE ERROR Black-Box ABS control unit instrument panel control unit ELOCK E-LOCK control unit ENG. Can Bus OFF UNK-D Software compatibility Cooling fan BATT. Battery voltage...
  • Page 106 WARNING LIGHT / ERROR MESSAGE ERROR STOP Rear stop light STAND Side stand sensor GEAR Gear sensor SPEED Speed sensor FUEL Low fuel sensor Note "FAN" indication can be activated also by BBS ECU malfunction and its faulty communication with fans. Pay attention to engine temperature indication.
  • Page 107: Setting Menu

    Setting MENU Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the customizable parameters one by one: in particular, use button (1) This menu allows enabling, disabling and setting to highlight the following item and button (2) to some vehicle functions. highlight the previous item. To enter the Setting MENU hold button (2) for 3 After highlighting the required parameter, press seconds, with Key-On and vehicle actual speed...
  • Page 108 Fig 58...
  • Page 109: Customizing Riding Modes

    Customizing Riding Modes All settings of every riding mode can be customized. Enter the Setting MENU. Select R.M. (Riding Mode) option by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the R.M. MENU (Riding mode). When accessing this function, the three riding modes (RACE, SPORT or WET) will be displayed.
  • Page 110 If the parameters are changed accidentally, use the "DEFAULT" function to reset the parameters. DEFAULT (to reset the parameters set by Ducati for each riding mode) When entering the customization menu of the...
  • Page 111 Fig 60...
  • Page 112: Riding Mode Customization: Storing Riding Mode Settings

    Riding mode customization: Storing Riding Mode settings It is possible to save the parameters set for each riding mode. To save the parameter settings of a Riding Mode it is necessary to gain access to the SETTING MENU, use buttons (1) and (2) to select the message "R.M." (Riding Mode) and press button (4).
  • Page 113 Attention Changes should only be made to the parameters by people who are experts in motorcycle setup; If the parameters are changed accidentally, use the "DEFAULT" function to reset the parameters.
  • Page 114: Customizing Riding Modes: Ebc Level Setting

    Customizing Riding Modes: EBC level confirm. The value will become automatically steady and the message EXIT will be highlighted. setting To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select This function disables or sets the rear wheel anti- EXIT and press button (4).
  • Page 115 Fig 62...
  • Page 116: Customizing Riding Modes: Dtc Level Setting

    Customizing Riding Modes: DTC level become automatically steady and the message "EXIT" will be highlighted. setting To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select This function disables or sets DTC level for the EXIT and press button (4). The instrument panel will selected riding mode.
  • Page 117 Fig 63...
  • Page 118: Customizing Riding Modes: Dqs Enable/ Disable

    Customizing Riding Modes: DQS enable/ become automatically steady and the message "EXIT" will be highlighted. disable To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select This function disables or enables the DQS for the EXIT and press button (4). The instrument panel will selected riding mode.
  • Page 119 Fig 64...
  • Page 120: Customizing Riding Modes: Abs Setting

    Customizing Riding Modes: ABS setting go back to the previous level and will automatically highlight the message "MEMORY". This function disables or sets ABS level for the selected riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Note Select R.M. (Riding Mode) option by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 121 Fig 65...
  • Page 122: Customizing Riding Modes: Engine Setting

    Customizing Riding Modes: Engine setting Note This function customizes engine power associated To save the new ENGINE parameter setting with each riding mode. follow the procedure "Storing Riding Mode settings" Enter the Setting MENU. Select R.M. (Riding Mode) described in paragraph "Storing Riding Mode option by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 123 Fig 66...
  • Page 124: Customizing Riding Modes: Restore Default Settings

    Customizing Riding Modes: Restore default settings This function allows restoring the default values set by Ducati for the parameters relating to each riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select R.M. (Riding Mode) option by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 125 The parameter restoration takes 2 seconds and the display shows the message "DEFAULT" and its box steady ON. Then "EXIT" is automatically highlighted. To exit the menu and go back to Setting MENU main page, select "EXIT" and press button (4).
  • Page 126: Engine Rpm Digital Indication (rpm)

    Engine rpm digital indication (RPM) This function displays the number of RPM in digital format (recommended for improved accuracy when setting idle rpm). Enter the Setting MENU. Select "RPM" option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 127: Battery Voltage

    Battery voltage This function allows you to check the vehicle battery voltage. Enter the Setting MENU. Select BAT. (Battery) option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the BAT. (Battery) menu. The information will be displayed as follows: if battery voltage is below 11.0 V, a flashing LOW warning is displayed;...
  • Page 128 If the battery voltage error is present, the instrument panel will show three flashing dashes " - - - " as voltage value, the EOBD light and the Warning symbol will turn on and the corresponding "Batt." error is displayed in the Error Menu. If the instrument panel is not receiving battery voltage value, a string of three steady dashes "- - -"...
  • Page 129: Dda

    This function allows you to enable and disable the DDA, view the percentage of memory used and to delete data stored in the DDA memory. The page for the DDA is only available when the device is fitted to the bike.
  • Page 130 DDA enable/disable To enable / disable the DDA device enter the SETTING MENU. Select DDA option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the DDA menu. When entering this function the display shows the currently set DDA status: status ON indicates that the DDA is active, otherwise status will be OFF.
  • Page 131 Fig 71...
  • Page 132 Viewing/deleting the DDA memory If deletion is successful, the instrument panel will read OK for 2 seconds and refresh the memory status This function allows displaying the DDA memory displayed. If deletion is not successful, the status and erasing the stored data. instrument panel will still show memory used status.
  • Page 133 Fig 72...
  • Page 134: Pin Code

    The motorcycle owner must activate (store) the PIN code; if there is already a stored PIN, contact an Authorized Ducati Dealer to have the function "reset". To perform this procedure, the Authorized Ducati Dealer may ask you to demonstrate that you are the...
  • Page 135 Entering the PIN CODE To activate the PIN CODE function and enter your own PIN CODE you must open the Setting MENU. Select PIN option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). When accessing this function, the "N:"...
  • Page 136 Fig 73...
  • Page 137 PIN CODE. The page for entering the very first PIN CODE is active and available again only in case the PIN CODE function is reset (but this is only possible at a DUCATI Authorized Service Center). Fig 74...
  • Page 138: Changing The Pin Code

    Changing the PIN CODE To change the existing PIN CODE and activate a new one, you must open the Setting MENU. Select PIN option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). When accessing this function, the "O:" (old) indication followed by four flashing dashes "- - - -"...
  • Page 139 Fig 75...
  • Page 140 When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last digit: if the PIN code is correct, the instrument panel displays "OK" for 2 seconds and then displays the message " N:" (new) followed by four flashing dashes "- - - -" of the new PIN. if the PIN is not correct, the instrument panel displays KO for 2 seconds and then highlights the string of four dashes "- - - -"...
  • Page 141 Entering the "new" code: 1) Press button (4), one digit starts flashing indicating "0"; 2) Each time you press the button (2) the displayed number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then starts back from "0"; 3) Each time you press the button (1) the displayed number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1"...
  • Page 142 Fig 77...
  • Page 143 When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last digit, the instrument panel highlights the "MEMORY" item and the relevant box will start flashing. To save the new setting, hold button (4) for 2 seconds while the "MEMORY" item is highlighted. If settings have been saved, the message "MEMORY"...
  • Page 144: Clock

    Clock This function allows user to set or adjust the time. To set the clock gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the CLK indication, then press button (4) to confirm. When entering this function, the current time is displayed (e.g.: AM 10 : 30) and the message "AM"...
  • Page 145 Setting the hours Use buttons (1) and (2) to select the digits corresponding to the hours (the selected status will flash) and press button (4) to confirm. The "hour" value starts flashing more quickly. Use buttons (1) and (2) to decrease by 1 ("0", "11", .."1", "0" for AM and "12", "11", .."1", "12"...
  • Page 146 Setting the minutes Use buttons (1) and (2) to select the digits corresponding to the minutes (the selected status will flash) and press button (4) to confirm. The "minute" value starts flashing more quickly. Use buttons (1) and (2) to decrease by 1 ("59", "58", .."00", "59") and increase by 1 the minute value ("00", "01", .."59", "00").
  • Page 147 Setting am/pm Use buttons (1) and (2) to select the "AM" or "PM" indication (the selected status will flash) and press button (4) to confirm. The "day time" value starts flashing more quickly. Use buttons (1) and (2) to change from "AM" to "PM" and vice versa. Once you reach the value to be set, press button (4) to confirm and the set "day time"...
  • Page 148: Setting Backlighting

    Setting backlighting This function allows adjusting the backlighting intensity. To adjust the backlighting gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the "B.L." indication, then press button (4) to confirm. When entering this function, the currently used mode name flashes.
  • Page 149 Fig 83...
  • Page 150: Lap

    The LAP function can be enabled and disabled by the user through the SETTING MENU, in the LAP page. When activating this function, the instrument panel displays the stopped timer ( 0’ 00’’ 00 ) in MENU 1 on the main screen. Note When the LAP function is active, the FLASH button takes on the dual function of high beam...
  • Page 151 Enabling / disabling Lap recording To enable / disable the Lap recording gain access to the SETTING MENU, use keys (1) and (2) to select the LAP indication, then press button (4). When entering the function, the currently set LAP function status starts flashing.
  • Page 152 Fig 84...
  • Page 153 The LAPs previously stored with the "LAP recording" function of the Menu can be displayed. The information displayed is lap time, maximum rpm and top speed. Saved LAPs can also be deleted.
  • Page 154 Displaying the stored LAPs next lap (laps are displayed in increasing order, i.e. LAP 01 ... LAP 02 ... LAP 03 ..LAP 30); and then To view the stored LAPs, you must enter the Setting highlight EXIT; use button (1) to view the previous lap MENU.
  • Page 155 Fig 85...
  • Page 156 Erasing stored LAPs To erase the stored LAPs, you must enter the Setting MENU. Select LAP option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). Use buttons (1) and (2) to select the "ERASE" indication (the selected status will flash) and press button (4) for 2 seconds to confirm.
  • Page 157 It is possible to erase the memorized LAPs also in the DATA sub-menu. When entering the DATA page, the instrument panel shows the memorized lap information (ref. to paragraph "Displaying the stored LAPs"). Press button (4) to highlight the option ERASE. User must confirm deletion by pressing button (4) for 2 seconds.
  • Page 158: Setting The Unit Of Measurement

    Setting the unit of measurement This function allows you to change the units of measurement of the displayed values, regardless of the "Country" configuration. To manually set the units of measurement, you must enter the SETTING MENU. Select UNT option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 159 Fig 88...
  • Page 160 Setting the unit of measurement: Speed This function allows you to change the speed measurement units (and therefore those of distance traveled). To enter this function gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the UNT indication, then press button (4).
  • Page 161 Setting the unit of measurement: Temperature This function allows you to change the units of measurement of the temperature. To enter this function gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the UNT indication, then press button (4). Select TEMP option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 162 Setting the unit of measurement: Fuel Instantaneous fuel consumption and Average fuel consumption. consumption This function allows you to change the units of measurement of the fuel consumption. To enter this function gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the UNT indication, then press button (4).
  • Page 163 Fig 91...
  • Page 164 Setting the unit of measurement: Restore automatic settings This function allows you to restore the automatic settings for the units of measurement of all indications displayed on the instrument panel. To enter this function gain access to the SETTING MENU, and keys (1) and (2) to select the UNT indication, then press button (4).
  • Page 165 Chart of the units of measurement SPEED T_ENGINE INSTANTANEOUS TRIPA AVERAGE SPEED T_AIR FUEL CONSUMP- TRIPB TION TRIP FUEL AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION Europe km/h °C l/100 km miles °C mpg UK miles °F mpg USA Canada km/h °C l/100 km France km/h °C...
  • Page 166: Light Control

    Light control Low / High beam This function allows you to reduce current consumption from the battery, by managing headlight switching-on and off. At Key-On, the high beam and low beam lights are off, only the parking lights are turned on. Once the engine is started, the low beam is turned on;...
  • Page 167 If engine is not started within 60 seconds since the button was first pressed, the low and high beam lights are turned off. If the low beam or high beam was turned on before starting the engine (with the procedure described above), the headlight turns off automatically when starting the engine and will turn on again when the engine has been completely started.
  • Page 168 Parking function Note If there is a sudden interruption in the battery while the function is active, the instrument panel will disable the function when the voltage is restored. The "Parking" function activates the front and rear parking lights when the vehicle is turned off so it is visible when parked.
  • Page 169 Hazard function The HAZARD function activates all four turn indicators at the same time to warn about an emergency situation. Take button (4) in HAZARD position (6) for 3 seconds to activate this function. It can only be activated when vehicle is on (i.e. when key is turned to ON, engine condition is irrelevant).
  • Page 170 Once the HAZARD function is activated, if vehicle is turned off (i.e. key turned to OFF), the function stays active until manually turned off by the user or as long as the battery voltage is 12.2 V. If voltage is < (below) 12.2 V the turn indicators turn off automatically in order to save battery charge.
  • Page 171: The Immobilizer System

    The Immobilizer system For improved anti-theft protection, the motorcycle is equipped with an IMMOBILIZER, an electronic system that inhibits engine operation whenever the ignition switch is turned off. Housed in the handgrip of each ignition key is an electronic device that modulates an output signal. When the ignition is turned on this signal is generated by a special antenna incorporated in the switch and changes every time.
  • Page 172: Keys

    Keys The owner receives 2 keys with the vehicle. These keys contain the "immobilizer system code". The keys (B) are regular ignition keys and are used to: start up the engine; open the fuel tank filler plug; open the seat lock. Attention Keep the keys separate and use only one of the keys to start the motorcycle.
  • Page 173: Operation

    When the ignition key is turned to OFF, the immobilizer inhibits engine operation. If the other key does not work out either, contact the Ducati Service network. Attention Any important shock might damage the electronic components fitted into the key. Use only one key during the procedure.
  • Page 174: Duplicate Keys

    Duplicate keys If you need any duplicate keys, contact the Ducati Service network with all the keys you have left. The Ducati Service Center will program all the new keys as well as any keys you already have. You may be asked to provide proof that you are the legitimate owner of the motorcycle.
  • Page 175: Vehicle Release Through Pin Code

    Vehicle release through PIN CODE In case of key acknowledgment system or key malfunction, the instrument panel allows the user to enter his/her own PIN code to temporarily restore vehicle operation. If the PIN CODE function is not active, the instrument panel does not activate the page for entering the code, but shows the Standard Screen instead, triggers the E-Lock error to inform the user that there is a problem with key reading/...
  • Page 176 Entering the code (A): 1) Press button (4), one digit starts flashing indicating "0"; 2) Each time you press the button (2) the displayed number increases by one (+ 1) up to "9" and then starts back from "0"; 3) Each time you press the button (1) the displayed number decreases by one (- 1) up to "1"...
  • Page 177 When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last digit: if the PIN code is correct, the instrument panel displays OK for 2 seconds and then shows the "standard screen" and triggers the E-Lock error to still show the user that there is a problem with key reading/acknowledgment.
  • Page 178 Important If this procedure is necessary in order to start the vehicle, contact an Authorized Ducati Service Center as soon as possible to fix the problem.
  • Page 179: Controls

    Controls Position of motorcycle controls Attention This section shows the position and function of the controls used to ride the motorcycle. Be sure to read this information carefully before you use the controls. 1) Instrument Panel. 2) Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock. 3) LH switch.
  • Page 180: Key-operated Ignition Switch And Steering Lock

    Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock It is located in front of the fuel tank and has three positions: A) ON: enables lights and engine operation; B) OFF: disables lights and engine operation; C) LOCK: the steering is locked; Note To move the key to the last position, press it down before turning it.
  • Page 181: Left-hand Switch

    Left-hand switch 1) Dip switch, light dip switch, two positions: (A) every time it is pressed down the light switches from low beam on ( ) to low beam and high beam (B) pushed to the side ( ) = high beam flasher (FLASH), START/STOP LAP function.
  • Page 182: Clutch Lever

    Clutch lever Lever (1) disengages the clutch. It features a dial adjuster (2) for lever distance from the twistgrip on handlebar. The lever distance can be adjusted through 10 clicks of the dial (2). Turn clockwise to increase lever distance from the twistgrip. Turn the adjuster counterclockwise to decrease lever distance.
  • Page 183: Right-hand Switch

    Right-hand switch 1) Red ON/OFF switch. 2) Black ENGINE START button. The switch (1) has three positions: A) center: RUN OFF. In this position, the engine cannot be started and all electronic devices are off. B) pushed down: ON/OFF. In this position, the system can be turned on (Key-On) and off (Key-Off).
  • Page 184: Throttle Twistgrip

    Throttle twistgrip The twistgrip (1) on the right handlebar opens the throttles. When released, it will spring back to the initial position (idling speed). Fig 105...
  • Page 185: Front Brake Lever

    Front brake lever Pull in the lever (1) towards the twistgrip to operate the front brake. The system is hydraulically operated and you just need to pull the lever gently. The control lever (1) features a dial adjuster (2) for lever distance from the twistgrip on handlebar adjustment.
  • Page 186: Rear Brake Pedal

    Rear brake pedal Push down the pedal (1) to operate the rear brake. The system is hydraulically operated. Fig 107...
  • Page 187: Gear Change Pedal

    Gear change pedal When released, the gear change pedal (A) automatically returns to rest position (N) in the center. This is indicated by the instrument panel light NEUTRAL N coming on. The pedal can be moved: down = press down the pedal to engage the 1 gear and to shift down.
  • Page 188: Adjusting The Position Of The Gearchange And Rear Brake Pedals

    Adjusting the position of the gearchange and rear brake pedals The position of the gearchange and rear brake pedals in relation to the footrests can be adjusted to suit the requirements of the rider. Adjust the pedals as follows: Gear change pedal hold the linkage (1) and slacken the lock nuts (2) and (3).
  • Page 189 Operate the pedal (8) by hand to check that there is 1.5 to 2 mm of freeplay before the brake bites. If not, adjust the length of the master cylinder pushrod. Attention Have the pedal adjusted at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Fig 110 Fig 111...
  • Page 190: Main Components And Devices

    Main components and devices Position on the vehicle 1) Fuel tank plug. 2) Seat lock. 3) Side stand. 4) Rear-view mirrors. 5) Front fork adjusters. 6) Rear shock absorber adjusters. 7) Catalytic converter (both sides). 8) Exhaust muffler (both sides). Fig 112...
  • Page 191: Tank Filler Plug

    Tank filler plug Opening Lift the protection lid (1) and fit the ignition key into the lock. Turn the key clockwise 1/4 turn to unlock. Lift the plug (2). Closing Close the cap (2) with the key inserted and press it into its seat.
  • Page 192: Seat Lock

    Seat lock Opening Insert the key into the seat lock (1) and turn it until the seat (2) disengages with an audible click. Slide out the seat cover (2) towards front of the motorcycle until it comes off. Closing Insert the seat cover (2) from the seat side and slide the cover towards the rear of the motorcycle until it fits in place.
  • Page 193: Side Stand

    Side stand Important Use the side stand to support the motorcycle only during short stops. Before lowering the side stand, make sure that the supporting surface is hard and flat. Do not park on soft or pebbled ground or on asphalt melted by the sun, etc.
  • Page 194 Note The engine can be started with the sidestand down and the gearbox in neutral. If starting with a gear engaged, pull in the clutch lever (in this case the sidestand must be up).
  • Page 195: Steering Damper

    Steering damper It is located up front before the handlebar and is secured to the steering head. It provides stable and accurate steering, improving the motorcycle's handling response under any conditions. Fig 118...
  • Page 196: Adjusting The Front Fork

    Adjusting the front fork The front fork used on this motorcycle has rebound, compression and spring preload adjustment. Use the external screw adjusters to make adjustments. 1) to adjust the rebound damping (1, Fig 119); 2) to adjust the compression damping (2, Fig 119); 3) to adjust the preload of the inner springs (3, Fig 120);...
  • Page 197 Turn the adjusting screws (1) and (2) to adjust the damping. The stiffest damping setting is obtained with the adjuster turned fully clockwise to the "0" position. Starting from this position and by rotating counterclockwise, you can count the turns. To change preload of the spring inside each fork leg, turn the hex.
  • Page 198: Adjusting The Rear Shock Absorber

    Adjusting the rear shock absorber The rear shock absorber has commands that enable you to adjust the setting to suit the load on the motorcycle. The adjuster (1) located on the front connection holding the shock absorber to the crankcase adjusts the rebound damping.
  • Page 199 STANDARD calibration; from the fully closed position (clockwise) unscrew: compression: 2.5 turns from fully closed; rebound: 12 clicks from fully closed; spring preload: 0.67 in (17 mm). Attention The shock absorber is filled with gas under pressure and may cause severe damage if taken apart by someone who is unskilled.
  • Page 200 CHOOSING THE SUSPENSION SETTING Ducati recommends following the front fork and rear suspension settings indicated in the table: these set- tings are to be considered as indications according to the various riding situations and considering the rider's skills and need in terms of comfort.
  • Page 201 The setting of the vehicle when it is put on the market (standard settings indicated in the previous paragraphs) corresponds to a setting suitable to all use conditions (riding situations, rider's skills and needs), to obtain the best solution for a sport use on the road.
  • Page 202: Riding The Motorcycle

    Riding the motorcycle Break-in recommendations Maximum rpm Rotation speed for Break-in period and during standard use (rpm): 1) Up to 621 mi (1000 km); 2) 621 mi (1000 km) to 1553 mi (2500 km). Up to 621 mi (1000 km) Fig 123 To achieve this, roads with plenty of bends and even During the first 621 mi (1000 km) keep an eye on the...
  • Page 203 Warranty Booklet. Failure to follow these instructions releases Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for any engine damage or shorter engine life. Strict observance of Break-in recommendations will ensure longer engine life and reduce the likelihood of overhauls and tune-ups.
  • Page 204: Pre-ride Checks

    Pre-ride checks CONTROLS Work the brake, clutch, throttle and gear change controls (levers, pedals and twistgrip) and check Attention for proper operation. Failure to carry out these checks before riding LIGHTS AND INDICATORS may lead to motorcycle damage and injury to rider Make sure lights, indicators and horn work and passenger.
  • Page 205 When the vehicle speed exceeds 5 km/h, the warning light switches off to indicate the correct operation of the ABS system. Attention In case of malfunction, do not ride the motorcycle and contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 206 Check that the front (1) and rear (2) phonic wheels are clean. Attention Clogged reading slots would compromise system proper operation. It is advisable to disable ABS in case of a very muddy road surfaces, as in these conditions the system might be subject to sudden failure.
  • Page 207: Starting The Engine

    Starting the engine Attention Before starting the engine, become familiar with the controls you will need to use when riding. Attention Never start or run the engine indoors. Exhaust gases are poisonous and may lead to loss of consciousness or even death within a short time. Move the ignition key to ON.
  • Page 208 Attention The side stand must be fully up (in a horizontal position), as its safety sensor prevents engine start when down. Note The engine can be started with side stand down and the gearbox in neutral. When starting the bike with a gear engaged, pull the clutch lever (in this case the side stand must be up).
  • Page 209: Moving Off

    Moving off Attention 1) Disengage the clutch by squeezing the clutch Avoid harsh accelerations, as this may lead to lever. misfiring and transmission snatching. The clutch 2) Push down the gear change lever firmly with the lever should not be pulled longer than necessary after tip of your foot to engage first gear.
  • Page 210 The Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) has been Attention developed to enable riders to use the vehicle's When ABS is disabled, the vehicle restores the braking force to the fullest during emergency braking, standard brake system features; using the two brake adverse weather conditions or when pavement is controls separately reduces the motorcycle braking compromised.
  • Page 211: Stopping The Motorcycle

    Stopping the motorcycle Attention Reduce speed, shift down and release the throttle The exhaust system might be hot, even after twistgrip. Shift down to engage first gear and then engine is switched off; take special care not to touch neutral. the exhaust system with any body part and do not Apply the brakes and bring the motorcycle to a park the vehicle next to flammable material (wood,...
  • Page 212: Refueling

    Refueling Never overfill the tank when refueling. Fuel should never be touching the rim of filler recess. Attention Use fuel with a minimum octane rating of 90 (RON+MON)/2 Attention The vehicle is compatible only with fuel having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10). Using fuel with ethanol content over 10% is prohibited.
  • Page 213: Tool Kit And Accessories

    Double-tip screwdriver; Allen wrench for fairings. To access the compartment, remove the passenger seat (page 192). Have the following parts (supplied as standard) installed by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center: Fig 130 passenger seat; left and right rear footpegs...
  • Page 214: Main Maintenance Operations

    Important At every reassembly, to avoid damaging the painted areas and the Plexiglas windscreen, always place the nylon washers at the retaining screws. Important Have the fairings removed at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 215: Side Fairings

    Side fairings To remove the fairings, use the Allen wrench fitted under the seat to loosen the following: the two screws (1) securing the fairing panels to the brackets; the four screws (2) securing the fairing panels to the headlight fairing; the three screws (3) securing the fairing panels to the frame;...
  • Page 216: Change The Air Filter

    Change the air filter Important Have the air filter maintenance performed at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 217: Check And Top Up The Coolant Level

    Check and top up the coolant level Check coolant level in the expansion tank on the right side of the vehicle. Check that the level is between the MIN (1) and MAX (2) marks on the side of the expansion reservoir. Top up if the level is below the MIN mark.
  • Page 218 Cooling circuit capacity: 2.3 cu. dm (liters). Attention Place the motorcycle upright on a flat surface and make sure the engine is cold before proceeding. Fig 134 Important Have the top-up performed at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center.
  • Page 219: Check Brake And Clutch Fluid Level

    Brake and clutch fluid must be topped up and changed at the intervals specified in the scheduled maintenance table contained in the Warranty Booklet; please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Fig 135 Important All brake and clutch lines should be changed every four years.
  • Page 220 Do not exceed the brake pads are still in good condition, contact your specified level (3 mm above the minimum level). Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center to have the system inspected and any air drained out of the circuit.
  • Page 221: Check Brake Pads For Wear

    Friction material wear beyond this limit would lead to metal support contact with the brake disc thus compromising braking efficiency, disc integrity and rider safety. Fig 137 Important Have the brake pads replaced at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Fig 138...
  • Page 222: Charge The Battery

    Charge the battery Before charging the battery, it is best to remove it from the motorcycle. Remove the left-hand side fairing (page 215). Unscrew the screw (1) and remove the battery mounting cover (2). Slide out the battery (3) from its housing and, always starting from the negative terminal (-), loosen the screws (4).
  • Page 223 Attention The battery produces explosive gases: keep it away from heat sources Attention Keep the battery out of the reach of children. Charge the battery at 0.9 A for 5÷10 hours. Charge the battery in a ventilated room. Connect the battery charger leads to the battery terminals: the red one to the positive terminal (+), the Fig 141 black one to the negative terminal (-).
  • Page 224 Connect the positive cable (5), previously assembled to ABS cable (6), to battery positive terminal, and negative cable (7) to battery negative terminal, by starting the other screw (4) in its thread. Tighten the terminal clamp screws (4) to a torque of 5 Nm ±10% and apply grease onto the battery terminals to prevent oxidation.
  • Page 225: Charge And Maintenance Of The Battery During Winter Storage

    Charge and maintenance of the battery during winter storage Your motorcycle is equipped with a connector (1) to which you can connect a special battery charger (2) (Battery maintainer kit part no. 69924601A - various countries; Battery maintainer kit part no. 69924601AX - for Japan, China and Australia only) available from our sales network.
  • Page 226 Note When the motorcycle is left unused (approximately for more than 30 days). We recommend owners to use the Ducati battery charge maintainer (Battery maintainer kit part no. 69924601A - various countries; Battery maintainer kit part no. 69924601AX - for Japan, China and Australia only) since its electronics monitors the battery voltage and features a maximum charge current of 1.5 Ah.
  • Page 227: Check Drive Chain Tension

    Check drive chain tension Important Have chain tension adjusted by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Turn the rear wheel until you find the position where 49÷51mm chain is tightest. Set the vehicle on the side stand. With just a finger, push down the chain at the point 1.93÷2in...
  • Page 228 Attention Correct tightening of swinging arm screws (1) is critical to rider and passenger safety. Important Improper chain tension will lead to rapid wear of transmission parts. Check the correspondence of the positioning marks on both sides of the swinging arm to ensure a perfect wheel alignment.
  • Page 229: Chain Lubrication

    Chain lubrication The chain fitted on your motorcycle has O-rings to protect its moving parts from dirt and to hold the lubricant inside. The seals might be irreparably damaged if the chain is cleaned using any solvent other than those specific for O-ring chains or washed using steam or water cleaners.
  • Page 230: Replace The High And Low Beam Bulbs

    Replace the high and low beam bulbs Before replacing a blown bulb, make sure that the replacement bulb has the same voltage and power as that specified in the paragraph "Electrical System" on page 259. Always check that the bulb functions before reassembling removed parts.
  • Page 231 Headlight Replacing the parking light bulb Gain access to the left bulb. LED parking lights are maintenance-free. Turn the ring nut on upper bulb holder counterclockwise and remove the burnt-out bulb. Replace the bulb with an identical one. Turn the ring nut clockwise to lock.
  • Page 232: Rear Turn Indicators

    Rear turn indicators To change the rear turn indicator bulbs, rotate the indicator body (1) by a 1/4 turn so that the lens is up, and then extract indicator body from the indicator light unit. The bulb is the banjo-type: press and rotate counterclockwise to remove.
  • Page 233: Beam Setting

    Beam setting To check the headlight aim, place the motorcycle upright with the tires inflated to the correct pressure and one person sitting astride the motorcycle. The motorcycle should be perfectly vertical, with its longitudinal axis at right angles to a wall or screen at a distance of 10 meters.
  • Page 234 The headlight vertical position can be adjusted by working on screws (1) located on the front, right and left side of the vehicle. Attention The headlight might fog up if the vehicle is used under the rain or after washing. Switch headlight on for a short time to dry up any condensate.
  • Page 235: Adjust Rear-view Mirrors

    Adjust rear-view mirrors The rear view mirror can be adjusted manually by pressing on point (A). Fig 154...
  • Page 236: Tubeless Tyres

    Tubeless tyres In the event of a tiny puncture, tubeless tires will take a long time to deflate, as they tend to keep air inside. Road use If you find the pressure low in one tire, check the tire Front tire pressure: for punctures.
  • Page 237 Note Have the tires replaced at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Correct removal and installation of the wheels is essential. Some parts of the ABS (such as sensors and phonic wheels) are mounted to the wheels (ABS version) and require...
  • Page 238 Minimum tread depth Measure tread depth (S, Fig 155) at the point where tread is most worn down: It should not be less than 2 mm, and in any case not less than the legal limit. Important Visually inspect the tires at regular intervals for cracks and cuts, especially on sidewalls, bulges or large spots which are indicative of internal damage.
  • Page 239: Check Engine Oil Level

    Refit the plug. Important Engine oil and oil filters must be changed by a Fig 156 Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center at the intervals specified in the scheduled maintenance chart contained in the Warranty Booklet.
  • Page 240 Viscosity SAE 15W-50 The other viscosity degrees indicated in the table can be used if the local average temperature is within the limits specified for that oil viscosity. 20W–40 20W–50 15W–40 15W–50 10W–40 10W–30 –10 40 C Fig 157...
  • Page 241: Clean And Replace The Spark Plugs

    Clean and replace the spark plugs Spark plugs are essential to smooth engine running and should be checked at regular intervals. Have the spark plug replaced at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Fig 158...
  • Page 242: Clean The Motorcycle

    Clean the motorcycle Important To preserve the finish of metal parts and paintwork, Do not wash your motorcycle right after use. wash and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals When the motorcycle is still hot, water drops will according to the road conditions you ride in. Use evaporate faster and spot hot surfaces.
  • Page 243: Storing The Motorcycle

    Protect the motorcycle with a suitable canvas. dry up any condensate. This will protect paintwork and prevent retaining condensate. The canvas is available from Ducati Carefully clean the phonic wheels of the ABS to Performance. ensure system efficiency. Do not use aggressive products in order to avoid damaging the phonic wheels and sensors.
  • Page 244: Important Notes

    Laws in some countries (France, Germany, Great Britain, Europe, Switzerland, etc.) set certain noise and pollution standards. Periodically carry out the required checks and replace parts as necessary using Ducati original spare parts to be in compliance with regulations in the given country.
  • Page 245: Scheduled Maintenance Chart

    Attention Please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center for customized service advice on the sport use of your 899 Panigale. List of operations and type of interven- Km.
  • Page 246 List of operations and type of interven- Km. x1000 Time tion (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Visual check for wear of the chain timing system Replace the spark plugs Clean the air filter Change the air filter Check tightening of clutch cover and clutch protection cover bolts...
  • Page 247 List of operations and type of interven- Km. x1000 Time tion (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Check tightening of secondary drive front and rear sprocket nuts Check chain sliding shoes for wear Check the drive chain tension and lubrication Check steering bearings and lubricate, if necessary Change the front fork fluid Visually check the front fork and rear shock absorber...
  • Page 248 List of operations and type of interven- Km. x1000 Time tion (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Check tire pressure and wear Check the battery charge level Check idling Check secondary air system operation Check the operation of the safety electrical devices (side stand sensor, front and rear brake switches, engine stop switch, gear/neutral sensor)
  • Page 249: Scheduled Maintenance Chart: Operations To Be Performed By The Customer

    Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the customer km x1000 List of operations and type of intervention [set mileage (km/mi) or time mi x1000 interval *] Months Check engine oil level Check brake and clutch fluid level Check tire pressure and wear Check the drive chain tension and lubrication.
  • Page 250: Technical Data

    Technical data Weights Overall weight (in running order with 90% of fuel - 93/93/EC): 425 lb (193 kg). Overall weight (without fluids and battery): 372 lb (169 kg). Maximum allowed weight (carrying full load): 370 lb ( 816 kg). Attention Failure to observe weight limits could result in poor handling and impair the performance of your motorcycle and may cause you to lose control of the...
  • Page 251: Overall Dimensions

    Overall dimensions 730 mm - 29 in 644 mm - 25 in 404 mm 15 in 125 mm - 5 in 1430 mm - 56 in 2050 mm - 80 in Fig 159...
  • Page 252: Top-ups

    Top-ups TOP-UPS TYPE Unleaded fuel with a minimum octane rat- Fuel tank, including a reserve of 5 cu. dm 4.5 gallon 17 cu. dm (lit- ing of 90 (RON+MON)/2. (liters) ers) Oil sump and filter SHELL - Advance 4T Ultra 0.97 gallon - 3.9 cu.
  • Page 253: Engine

    Engine Twin cylinder, four-stroke, 90° "L" type, longitudinal, with deep sump die-cast crankcase. Bore: 3.94 in (100 mm). Stroke: 2.25 in (57.2 mm). Total displacement, cu. cm: 898 Compression ratio: 12.5:1± 0.5 Max. crankshaft power (95/1/EC), kW/HP: 109 kW/148 HP at 10750 rpm Max.
  • Page 254: Timing System

    Timing system Double overhead camshaft (DOHC) driven by chain and gearwheels, 4 valves per cylinder, desmodromic system. Desmodromic timing system 1) Opening (or upper) rocker. 2) Opening rocker shim. 3) Closing (or lower) rocker shim. 4) Return spring for lower rocker. 5) Closing (or lower) rocker.
  • Page 255: Performance Data

    10% will render the Failure to follow these instructions will release Warranty null and void. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability for any engine damage or shortened engine life. Brakes Separate-action anti-lock brake system operated by...
  • Page 256: Transmission

    Drive is transmitted from engine to gearbox main S.p.A. will be pleased to provide information about shaft via spur gears. the special ratios available. Contact a Ducati Dealer or Front chain sprocket/clutch gearwheel ratio: 30/53 Authorized Service Center. 6-speed gearbox with constant mesh gears, gear...
  • Page 257: Frame

    Attention Size: 120/70. If the rear sprocket needs replacing, contact a Rear Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center. Tubeless, radial tire. If improperly replaced, this component could Size: 180/60. seriously endanger your safety and that of your Suspensions passenger, and cause irreparable damage to your Front motorcycle.
  • Page 258: Exhaust System

    Monocoque Gray frame and black rims. Arctic White Silk Primer (Dual primer Arctic White) code L2920057 (Lechler); Primer (Pearl White Ducati SF) code L2909004 (Lechler); Clear coat code 96598 (Lechler); sub-frame Matt Black 4 Gloss; Monocoque Gray frame and red rims.
  • Page 259: Electrical System

    Electrical system ELECTRONIC RECTIFIER, protected by a 30A fuse located on the solenoid starter, under the battery Basic electric items are:. (C, Fig 163). Headlight type: Starter motor: 12V-0.6 kW. no. 2 bulbs: H11 12 V 55 W (low beam); Number plate light: LED.
  • Page 260 Fuses There are twelve fuses that protect the electric components located inside the front fuse boxes, and one on the electric solenoid starter. There is a spare fuse in every box. Refer to the table below to identify the circuits protected by the various fuses and their ratings.
  • Page 261 Front left fuse box key Front right fuse box key El. item Rat. 10 A Black Box System 15 A (BBS) Spare 20 A Key-sense 10 A Spare 10 A Diagnostics Spare Throttle opening relay 10 A (ETV) Instrument panel 10 A Spare Spare...
  • Page 262 To access the main fuse, remove the left half-fairing (page 215). The main fuse (C, Fig 163), is positioned next to the battery, on the solenoid starter (D, Fig 163). Remove the fuse cap (E, Fig 163) to reach it. A blown fuse is identified by the interrupted center link (F, Fig 164).
  • Page 263 Injection /electric system diagram key Fuel level Vertical coil Right-hand switch Horizontal coil E-lock control unit Timing/rpm sensor E-lock relay Vertical lambda sensor Fuse box 1 Horizontal lambda sensor Fuse box 2 Quick shifter Side stand switch Oil pressure sensor Starter motor Rear stop switch Fused solenoid...
  • Page 264 ABS control unit G Green Left-hand switch Bn Brown Horn O Orange P Pink Front left turn indicator Instrument panel Note Left high beam The electric system wiring diagram is at the end Left low beam of this manual. Parking light Right low beam Right high beam Front right turn indicator...
  • Page 265: Routine Maintenance Record Routine Maintenance Record

    Routine maintenance record Routine maintenance record DUCATI SERVICE MILEAGE DATE 1000 12000 7500 24000 15000 36000 22500 48000 30000 60000 37500...

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