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  • Page 2 ENGLISH...
  • Page 3 While the information contained in this manual is current at the time of going to print, Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without any obligations. For this reason, the illustrations in this manual might differ from your motorcycle.
  • Page 4: Foreword

    Our highly skilled staff have access to special implements and appropriate equipment required to perform any servicing job at best, and use Ducati We would like to welcome you among Ducati original spare parts only as the best guarantee for full enthusiasts, and congratulate you on your excellent interchangeability, smooth running and long life.
  • Page 5 All Ducati motorcycles come with a Warranty Card. The warranty does not apply to motorcycles used in racing competitions. Tampering with or altering any components, even partially, will make the warranty null and void effective immediately. Improper or poor maintenance, using other than...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Riding Mode Menu 1 functions Menu 1 functions: Odometer (TOT) Menu 1 functions: Trip 1 (TRIP 1) Menu 1 functions: Trip 2 (TRIP 2) Menu 1 functions: Partial fuel reserve counter (TRIP Foreword 3 FUEL) Safety guidelines Menu 1 functions: LAP time Safety alerts MENU 2 functions...
  • Page 7 Customising Riding Modes Vehicle release through PIN CODE Customising Riding Modes: ABS setting (ABS version) Controls 173 Customising Riding Modes: Electronic suspension Position of motorcycle controls setting Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock Customising Riding Modes: Display setting LH switch Customising Riding Modes: DQS enable/disable Clutch lever Customising Riding Modes: DTC level setting...
  • Page 8 Pre-ride checks Checking engine oil level Starting the engine Cleaning and replacing the spark plugs Moving off Cleaning the motorcycle Braking Storing the motorcycle Stopping the motorcycle Important notes Parking Refuelling Scheduled maintenance chart 228 Tool kit and accessories Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the Dealer Main maintenance operations 203 Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be...
  • Page 9 Exhaust system Available colours Electrical system Routine maintenance record 247...
  • Page 10: Safety Guidelines

    Safety alerts Your safety and that of other road users are very To alert you to potential hazards that could potentially important. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. recommends harm you or other persons, the following safety alerts that you ride responsibly.
  • Page 11: Permitted Use

    This motorcycle carries the rider and can carry a drugs is illegal and is prosecuted by law. passenger after the supplied kit is installed. It can only be installed at a Ducati Dealer or authorised Do not take prescription or other drugs before riding Service Centre.
  • Page 12 Some states require vehicle insurance. Warning Check your state laws. Obtain insurance coverage and keep your insurance document secure with the other motorcycle documents. To protect rider and passenger safety, some states mandate the use of a certified helmet. Warning Check your state laws.
  • Page 13: Rider Training

    Rider training Important Accidents are frequently due to inexperience. Driving Never wear loose clothing, items or accessories a motorcycle is different from driving other vehicles that may become tangled in motorcycle parts. and requires specific riding and braking techniques. Important Warning For your safety, always wear proper protective Poor training or improper operation of the...
  • Page 14: Best Practices For Motorcycle Safety

    Closely follow the indications provided at page 190 during the running-in period. Failure to follow Important these instructions releases Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for any engine Rider must hold the handlebars with both hands damage or shorter engine life.
  • Page 15 Important Warning Be very careful when tackling road junctions, or The engine, exhaust pipes and silencers remain when riding in the areas near exits from private hot for a long time after engine is switched off; pay grounds, car parks or on slip roads to access particular attention not to touch exhaust system with motorways.
  • Page 16: Refuelling

    Refuelling Warning Refuel outdoors with the engine turned off. In the event of illness after prolonged breathing of fuel vapours, stay outdoors and seek medical Do not smoke or use open flames when refuelling. advice. In the event of contact with eyes, flush with plenty of water.
  • 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 carrying the maximum load allowed in full safety. provided on the motorcycle as firmly as possible. Improperly secured luggage may affect stability. Even weight distribution is critical to preserving these safety features and avoiding trouble when Important...
  • Page 18: Dangerous Products - Warnings

    Dangerous products - warnings Brake fluid Warning Used engine oil Avoid spilling brake fluid onto plastic, rubber or painted parts of the motorcycle to avoid the risk of Warning damage. Protect these parts with a clean shop cloth Prolonged or repeated contact with used engine before proceeding to service the motorcycle.
  • Page 19 Coolant (ethylene glycol) is an irritant and is poisonous when ingested. Keep away from children. Never remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot. The coolant will be scalding hot and is under high pressure. The cooling fan operates automatically: keep hands well clear and make sure your clothing does not snag on the fan.
  • Page 20: Vehicle Identification Number

    Vehicle identification number Note These numbers identify the motorcycle model and should always be indicated when ordering spare parts. fig. 1 It is recommended to record the frame number of your motorcycle in the space below. Frame number...
  • Page 21: Engine Identification Number

    Engine identification number Note These numbers identify the motorcycle model and should always be indicated when ordering spare parts. fig. 2 It is recommended to record the number of your motorcycle's engine in the space below. Engine number...
  • Page 22: Instrument Panel (dashboard)

    Instrument panel (Dashboard) 5) FUEL WARNING LIGHT (AMBER YELLOW). Comes on when fuel is low and there are about 5 litres of fuel left in the tank. 6) TURN INDICATOR LIGHTS (GREEN). Illuminates and flashes when the turn indicator is in operation.
  • Page 23 9) ABS LIGHTS (AMBER YELLOW) FOR ABS 10)DTC INTERVENTION (AMBER YELLOW) (fig. 3): VERSION (fig. 3). This turns on to indicate that ABS is disabled or not No intervention Light OFF functioning. Spark advance cut Light steady ON Engine off / speed below 5 km/h Injection cut Light steady ON Light off...
  • Page 24 10:34 a.m. RPM x 1000 km/h 000000 °C fig. 3...
  • Page 25: Acronyms And Abbreviations Used In The Manual

    EBC features a three-tiered operating system and is Dashboard integrated in the three Riding Modes. DUCATI Traction Control DUCATI Quick Shift DUCATI Engine Brake Control Engine Control Unit E-Lock Electronic Main Switch Set Global Positioning System...
  • Page 26 Power Mode Ducati Electronic Suspension (DES) The Power Modes are the different engine maps the The Ducati Electronic Suspension system by Öhlins rider can select to change power level and delivery to automatically adjusts the rebound and compression suit his/her own riding style and surface conditions.
  • Page 27 Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) 9ME Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) ABS 9ME system fitted to 1199 Panigale is a two- The Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) is the electronic shifter channel latest-generation system that actuates control system used for racing purposes that allows...
  • Page 28 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 29: Function Push-buttons

    Function push-buttons 1) CONTROL SWITCH (fig. 4) UP “▲”. Button used to display and set instrument panel parameters with the position “▲“. 2) CONTROL SWITCH (fig. 4) DOWN “▼”. Button used to display and set instrument panel parameters with the position “▼“. 3) HIGH-BEAM FLASH BUTTON FLASH (fig.
  • Page 30: How To Set/display Parameters

    How to set/display parameters When it is switched on, the instrument panel displays the DUCATI Logo and turns on the LED warning lights in two steps (“initial check”). At the end of the check, the instrument panel displays the main Screen in ROAD or TRACK mode (it depends on the last configuration in use before the key-off).
  • Page 31 Performance complete exhaust system kit. Note The Performance exhaust kit (part no. 96450211B) and Performance silencer kit (part no. 96450311B) can be purchased at a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre. Warning RACING The Performance exhaust kit (part no.
  • Page 32 Two different main page layouts are available: ROAD ROAD and TRACK. Data displayed on the main screen are as follows: 10:34 a.m. 1) Rpm bargraph 2) Vehicle speed RPM x 1000 3) Gear engaged 4) Menu 1 (Odometer, Trip 1, Trip 2, Trip Fuel, Lap time - only if active) 5) Menu 2 (Engine coolant temperature, km/h...
  • Page 33 Press button (1) to display MENU 1 information. Note The data displayed in a sequence, both in ROAD and In both ROAD and TRACK modes, the factory TRACK modes, are: set default parameter (Odometer - TOT) is displayed - Odometer (TOT); for 10 seconds upon Key-ON for MENU 1 and then - TRIP 1;...
  • Page 34 ROAD ROAD 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 °C km/h km/h CONS. 199999 199999 °C °C L/100 km DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRIP 1 CONS. AVG L/100 km TRIP 2 TRACK TRACK SPEED AVG km/h 10:34...
  • Page 35 When the Standard Screen is displayed, hold the button (2) for 3 seconds, when actual vehicle speed is lower than or equal to 20 km/h, to enter the Setting MENU, where you can set any function. Important The Setting MENU can only be opened if vehicle actual speed is lower than or equal to 20 km/h.
  • Page 36 If the key is not acknowledged upon Key-ON and once the check routine is over, the following will PIN CODE happen: - if the PIN CODE function is not active, the initial lights check routine is skipped, the Standard Screen is displayed with an E-LOCK error warning INSERT PIN CODE and access to the Setting MENU is not allowed;...
  • Page 37: Main Functions

    Main functions Auxiliary functions - DDA (only if present) The functions displayed in the Standard Screen are - GPS (only if present) the following: - CLOCK - Service warning (SERVICE) Main functions - Warning/Alarm indication (Warning) - Engine rpm indication (RPM) - ERROR indication - Vehicle speed - Gear...
  • Page 38 The functions within the Setting MENU that can be The area for the range from 10500 to 11500 rpm (pre- modified by the user are the following: warning area) is indicated on the display in orange - RIDING MODE customisation: within this menu, both with the bargraph filling and with the indication rider can customise the following: of the corresponding figure 11 (“orange area”).
  • Page 39 After Running-in, the “orange area” indicates to and advises the rider to ride at lower revs when engine is cold; the “orange area” position changes according to engine temperature as follows: - from 8000 rpm with engine temperature lower than or equal to 40 °C - from 9000 rpm with engine temperature lower than or equal to 50 °C - from 10500 rpm with engine temperature lower...
  • Page 40 ROAD 10:34 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 km/h km/h km/h 183539 183539 183539 °C °C °C DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRACK 10:34 10:34 10:34 a.m.
  • Page 41 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 (km/h or mph). A string of dashes “---” is displayed with the set unit of measurement if: - speed is equal to 299 km/h or 186 mph or if instrument panel is not receiving the speed value...
  • Page 42 ROAD 10:34 a.m. 10:34 a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 - - - km/h km/h 199999 °C 199999 °C DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRACK 10:34 a.m. 10:34 a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 199999 199999 - - - °C...
  • Page 43 Gear The instrument panel receives information about the gear engaged and displays the corresponding value. 10:34 a.m. If a gear is engaged, the displayed value may range from 1 to 6, while if in neutral N is displayed. RPM x 1000 Letter C is displayed when system requires you to shift gear.
  • Page 44: Riding Mode

    RACE Mode settings have been customised by the rider. Every Riding Mode contains the following parameters, set by Ducati or customised by the user through the setting function pages: - a specific level of intervention for the DTC traction fig. 16 control (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, off);...
  • Page 45 Riding Mode. The stored settings may the last stored setting and is currently in use. be the factory ones (Ducati default settings) or the Warning ones customised by the owner.
  • Page 46 10:34 a.m. RACE RPM x 1000 SPORT 195Hi km/h km/h 199999 °C DTC 7 ABS 3 RACE 10:34 a.m. RACE RPM x 1000 SPORT 195Lo km/h km/h 199999 °C DTC 7 ABS 3 SPORT 10:34 a.m. RACE RPM x 1000 SPORT km/h km/h...
  • Page 47 When system requests rider to confirm the riding mode change, the procedure will output an error if: - for the versions with no ABS, the throttle twistgrip is open; in this case CLOSE THROTTLE error is displayed and the procedure for changing riding mode will not be completed unless the rider CLOSE closes the throttle within 5 seconds.
  • Page 48: Dtc

    The instrument panel displays DTC status as follows: - if DTC is active, DTC indication and intervention level number (1 to 8); 10:34 a.m. - if DTC is disabled, DTC OFF indication; RPM x 1000 - if DTC is in fault or the Black Box is in fault, DTC --- indication;...
  • Page 49 The rider must always be aware that active safety The following table indicates the most suitable level systems have a preventive function. The active of DTC intervention for the various riding modes as elements help the rider control the motorcycle, well as the default settings in the “Riding Mode“...
  • Page 50 RIDING DEFAULT LEVEL MODE RACE Track use, for very expert riders, optimised for Pirelli tyres with SC2 compound. System permits sliding sideways. RACE Track use, for very expert riders, optimised for OEM tyres It is the default level (Original Equipment Manufacturer). for the “RACE”...
  • Page 51 Tips on how to select the sensitivity level available in order to restore optimal system operation. If tyres of a different size class are used or if the tyre Warning dimensions differ significantly from the original tyres, The DTC level 1 setting has been calibrated it may be that the system operation is affected to the using the tyres with SC2 compound (Pirelli Diablo point where none of the 8 available level settings will...
  • Page 52 The riding mode (whether the rider has a “smooth” Tips for use on the track or a “rough” style). We recommend that level 8 is used for a couple of full laps (to allow the tyres to warm up) in order to get Level depends on grip conditions: the choice of level used to the system.
  • Page 53 Tips for use on the road Activate the DTC, select level 8 and ride the motorcycle in your usual style; if the level of DTC sensitivity seems excessive, try reducing the setting to level 7, 6, etc., until you find the level that suits you best.
  • Page 54: Ebc

    The instrument panel displays EBC status as follows: - if EBC is active, EBC indication and intervention level number (1 to 3); 10:34 a.m. - if EBC is disabled, EBC OFF indication; RPM x 1000 - if EBC is in fault or the control unit is in fault, EBC --- indication;...
  • Page 55 The EBC is a system controlling the engine brake Warning while riding with throttle fully closed (both when EBC is a rider aid that can be used both on the downshifting and when simply releasing throttle with track and the road. The system is designed to make the same gear engaged, and both under braking or riding easier, but in no way relieves the rider of the not), this system independently sets the throttles in...
  • Page 56 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: RIDING CHARACTERISTIC DEFAULT LEVEL MODE Maximum engine brake Quite important engine brake, but less than that obtained It is the default level with EBC OFF...
  • Page 57 Tips on how to select the sensitivity level Selecting level 3, the EBC will kick in to ensure the minimum engine brake possible. Between level 3 and level 1 the engine brake is increasing Warning progressively; with EBC OFF you set the maximum The EBC levels 1-2-3 settings have been engine brake possible.
  • Page 58: Dqs

    The instrument panel displays DQS status as follows: - if DQS is enabled, DQS ON indication; - if DQS is disabled, DQS OFF indication; 10:34 a.m. - if DQS is in fault or the control unit is in fault, DQS --- indication;...
  • Page 59 ABS (ABS version only) If the vehicle is equipped with ABS, the instrument panel displays the box with ABS status. The instrument panel displays: 10:34 a.m. - if ABS is active, ABS indication and intervention level number (1 to 3); RPM x 1000 - if ABS is disabled, ABS OFF indication;...
  • Page 60 The following table indicates the most suitable level well as the default settings in the “Riding Mode“ that of ABS intervention for the various riding types as can be selected by the rider: RIDING Characteristic DEFAULT LEVEL MODE The ABS is disabled. RACE Exclusively for track use, for expert riders (not It is the default level for the...
  • Page 61 Tips on how to select the sensitivity level Selecting level 3, the ABS will intervene to ensure a very stable braking, good lift-up control, the vehicle keeps a good alignment during the whole braking. Warning Settings between level 3 and level 1 privilege more The ABS levels 1-2-3 settings have been and more the braking power rather than stability and calibrated using the tyres originally supplied with your...
  • Page 62: Menu 1 Functions

    Menu 1 functions ROAD MENU 1 functions, for every riding mode (Race, 10:34 a.m. Sport and Wet), can be displayed in one of the two following modes: RPM x 1000 - ROAD - TRACK The functions are: - Odometer (TOT) km/h - Trip meter 1 (TRIP1) 199999...
  • Page 63: Menu 1 Functions: Odometer (tot)

    Menu 1 functions: Odometer (TOT) The odometer counts and displays the total distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (km or mi). The odometer number of km or miles is displayed with the TOT indication and unit of measurement. When the maximum value is reached (199999 km or 199999 mi) the instrument panel will permanently display said value.
  • Page 64 ROAD TRACK 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 TRIP 1 183539 km/h 183539 °C °C km/h DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 183539 183539 ROAD TRACK 199999 199999 fig. 25...
  • Page 65: Menu 1 Functions: Trip 1 (trip 1)

    Menu 1 functions: Trip 1 (TRIP 1) The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (km or mi) and is used as a basis to calculate average fuel consumption, average speed and trip time.
  • Page 66 ROAD TRACK 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 TRIP 1 9999.9 km/h 9999.9 °C °C TRIP 1 km/h DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRIP 1 9999.9 9999.9 TRIP 1 ROAD TRACK TRIP 1 TRIP 1 TRIP 1 TRIP 1...
  • Page 67: Menu 1 Functions: Trip 2 (trip 2)

    Menu 1 functions: Trip 2 (TRIP 2) The trip meter counts and displays the partial distance covered by the vehicle with the set unit of measurement (km or mi). The TRIP2 number of km or miles is displayed with the TRIP2 indication and unit of measurement. When the reading exceeds the maximum value of 9999.9 km or 9999.9 mi, distance travelled is reset and the meter automatically starts counting from 0...
  • Page 68 ROAD TRACK 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 TRIP 2 9999.9 km/h 9999.9 °C °C TRIP 2 km/h DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRIP 2 9999.9 9999.9 TRIP 2 ROAD TRACK TRIP 2 TRIP 2 TRIP 2 TRIP 2...
  • Page 69: Menu 1 Functions: Partial Fuel Reserve Counter (trip Fuel)

    Menu 1 functions: 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 (km or mi). When the Low fuel light turns on, the display automatically shows the TRIP FUEL function, regardless of the currently displayed function;...
  • Page 70 ROAD TRACK 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 TRIP FUEL 9999.9 km/h 9999.9 °C °C TRIPF. km/h DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 TRIP FUEL 9999.9 TRIP F. 9999.9 fig. 28...
  • Page 71: Menu 1 Functions: Lap Time

    Menu 1 functions: LAP time Note When the LAP function is active, the FLASH The LAP function is only available for the display button (3) takes on the dual function of high beam layout with standard screen in TRACK mode. LAP “FLASH”...
  • Page 72 10:34 a.m. RPM x 1000 0’00”00 CONS. AVG 20.0 km/h L/100 km DTC 3 EBC 1 ABS 1 RACE 10:34 10:34 a.m. a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 1’12”5 1’25”45 CONS. AVG CONS. AVG 20.0 20.0 km/h km/h L/100 km L/100 km DTC 3 EBC 1...
  • Page 73 LAP recording Laps are numbered from 01 to 30 and are in a loop: (fig. 29) after the first 30 laps the instrument panel will If the LAP function is active, it is possible to record overwrite information starting from Lap 01. the lap time, for a total of 30 consecutive laps.
  • Page 74: Menu 2 Functions

    MENU 2 functions ROAD MENU 2 functions, for every riding mode (Race, 10:34 a.m. Sport and Wet), can be displayed in one of the two following modes: RPM x 1000 - ROAD °C - TRACK The functions are: - Coolant temperature km/h - Instantaneous fuel consumption (CONS.) CONS.
  • Page 75: Menu 2 Functions: Coolant Temperature

    MENU 2 functions: Coolant temperature If the coolant temperature sensor is in fault, a string of flashing dashes “- - -” is displayed, followed by the The instrument panel receives information about the set unit of measurement; the EOBD light turns on as engine temperature (already calculated in °C) and well and the ENGINE TEMP.
  • Page 76 ROAD TRACK 10:34 a.m. 10:34 a.m. RPM x 1000 RPM x 1000 TRIP FUEL 9999.9 km/h 9999.9 °C TRIPF. °C km/h DTC 7 ABS 3 DTC 7 ABS 3 °F fig. 31...
  • Page 77: Menu 2 Functions: Instantaneous Fuel Consumption

    MENU 2 functions: Instantaneous fuel ROAD consumption 10:34 The instrument panel calculates and displays the a.m. vehicle instantaneous fuel consumption, the set unit of measurement and CONS. text. 20.0 CONS. RPM x 1000 L/100 km The calculation is made considering the quantity of fuel used and the distance travelled during the last second.
  • Page 78: Menu 2 Functions: Average Fuel Consumption

    MENU 2 functions: Average fuel ROAD consumption 10:34 a.m. The instrument panel calculates and displays the vehicle average fuel consumption, the set unit of measurement and CONS. AVG text. 20.0 CONS.AVG RPM x 1000 L/100 km The calculation is made considering the quantity of fuel used and the distance travelled since TRIP 1 was last reset.
  • Page 79: Menu 2 Functions: Average Speed

    MENU 2 functions: Average speed ROAD The instrument panel calculates and displays the 10:34 vehicle average speed, the set unit of measurement a.m. and SPEED AVG text. The calculation considers the distance and time since RPM x 1000 TRIP1 was last reset. When TRIP1 is reset, the value is reset and the first value available is displayed 10 seconds after the reset.
  • Page 80: Menu 2 Functions: Trip Time

    MENU 2 functions: Trip time ROAD The instrument panel calculates and displays the trip 10:34 a.m. time as hhh:mm followed by TRIP TIME. The calculation considers the time since TRIP1 was last reset. When TRIP1 is reset, this value is reset as RPM x 1000 well.
  • Page 81: Menu 2 Functions: External Air Temperature

    MENU 2 functions: 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, AIR text and the thermometer symbol. The temperature value is displayed when ranging ROAD from -39 °C to +124 °C (or -38 °F ÷...
  • Page 82: Auxiliary Functions

    Auxiliary functions 10:34 a.m. The instrument panel indicates DDA status only if the vehicle fits the DDA. RPM x 1000 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 km/h the DDA is not active.
  • Page 83: 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 Authorised 10:34 a.m. Service Centre. The service warning indication can be reset only by RPM x 1000 the Authorised Ducati Service Centre during servicing.
  • Page 84 OIL SERVICE or DESMO SERVICE countdown indication (fig. 41) After OIL SERVICE zero reset (at 1000 km), the dashboard activates the countdown of the kilometres (or miles) left before the following service operation (OIL SERVICE or DESMO SERVICE). The green indication is shown upon Key-On for 2 seconds in the “large“...
  • Page 85: Oil Service Or Desmo Service Indication

    The indication of the service type is enabled upon every Key-On for 5 seconds in the “large“ format, and then is always visible in the small format, until the Ducati Authorised Service Centre “resets“ it during servicing. Icons are displayed according to the Warnings/ Alarms displaying rules (refer to “Warnings/Alarms...
  • Page 86: Warnings/alarms (warning)

    Warnings/Alarms (Warning) The instrument panel manages several warnings / alarms (warnings), in order to give useful information to the rider when he/she is using the vehicle. Upon Key-On, if there are active warnings the instrument panel displays the indication of the present warnings. During normal vehicle operation, when a warning is triggered the instrument panel automatically displays the warning.
  • Page 87 10:34 a.m. This function warns the rider when the engine coolant temperature reaches 121°C (250°F). RPM x 1000 Note In this case, Ducati recommends stopping and shutting off the engine immediately; ensure that fans km/h are on. 1826 °C °...
  • Page 88 DDA memory full (DDA full) This function warns the rider when the DDA memory 10:34 a.m. is full, and thus no other trip data can be stored. RPM x 1000 km/h 1826 °C ° ° C FULL SPORT DTC 10:34 a.m.
  • Page 89 This function warns the rider about the possible 10:34 a.m. presence of ice on the road, due to a low external temperature. The message is displayed when the temperature RPM x 1000 decreases down to 4°C (39°F), and is disabled when temperature increases up to 6°C (43°F).
  • Page 90: Error Indication

    Error indication The instrument panel manages error warnings in order to allow the rider to identify any abnormal vehicle behaviour in real time. Upon Key-On, if there are errors the instrument panel 10:34 a.m. displays the indication of the present errors and turns RPM x 1000 on the EOBD light.
  • Page 91: Displayed Error Description

    Displayed error description Displayed error Description CAN LINE CAN line BUS Off UNKNOWN DEVICE 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 E-LOCK...
  • Page 92 Displayed error Description ENGINE 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 Front suspension compression general malfunction Front suspension rebound general malfunction Rear suspension compression general malfunction Rear suspension rebound general malfunction GEAR SENSOR...
  • Page 93 Error icons table WARNING ERROR MESSAGE ERROR LIGHT ABS control unit Black-Box Instrument panel ctrl unit E-LOCK E-LOCK control unit CAN LINE Can Bus OFF UNKNOW DEVICE Software compatibility FUEL SENSOR Low fuel sensor GEAR SENSOR Gear sensor Electronic suspension...
  • Page 94 WARNING ERROR MESSAGE ERROR LIGHT SIDE STAND Side stand sensor STOP LIGHT Rear stop light BATTERY Battery voltage ENGINE SPEEDSENSOR Speed sensor Cooling fan Note "FAN" indication can also be activated by BBS ECU malfunction and its faulty communication with fans. Pay attention to engine temperature indication.
  • Page 95: Side Stand Status Display

    Side stand status display The instrument panel receives data about stand status and, if side stand is open, it displays “SIDE STAND” on a red background. 10:34 a.m. If the Side stand sensor error is live, the instrument RPM x 1000 panel displays the open side stand warning, turns on the EOBD light and displays the corresponding “Side SIDE...
  • Page 96: Setting Menu

    Setting MENU 10:34 a.m. This menu allows enabling, disabling and setting some vehicle functions. To enter the Setting MENU it is necessary to hold RPM x 1000 button (2) for 3 seconds, with Key-On and vehicle actual speed ≤ (lower than or equal to) 20 km/h: within this menu, it is no longer possible to view any km/h other function).
  • Page 97 Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the customisable parameters one by one: in particular, use button (1) to highlight the following item and button (2) to highlight the previous item. After highlighting the required parameter, press button (4) to open the corresponding Menu page. If function is not available or temporarily disabled, the MENU page can not be opened.
  • Page 98 DDA MEMORY EMPTY ERASE fig. 49...
  • Page 99: Customising Riding Modes

    Customising Riding Modes All settings of every riding mode can be customised. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). fig. 50...
  • Page 100 You open the “RIDING MODE” menu. Select the desired riding mode (RACE, SPORT or WET), by pressing button (1) or (2). Once desired mode is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the selected riding mode customisation Menu. While if you highlight “EXIT” and press button (4) you quit the sub-menu and go back to previous page.
  • Page 101 (4) to open the corresponding Menu page. Any parameter change made is saved and remains in the memory also after a Battery-Off. The parameters set by Ducati for each individual riding style can be restored with the DEFAULT function.
  • Page 102 RACE FRONT COMPRES. FRONT REBOUND REAR COMPRES. REAR REBOUND MEMORY fig. 52...
  • Page 103: Customising Riding Modes: Abs Setting (abs Version)

    Customising Riding Modes: ABS setting (ABS version) The ABS customisation page is only available for the bikes equipped with the ABS. This function disables or sets ABS level for the selected riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 104 When you open the function, the currently set ABS level or status is shown on the left (e.g.: ABS 1). Customisation options are listed on the right: levels from 1 to 3 and status OFF. Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the levels one by one: in particular, use button (1) to highlight the following item and button (2) to highlight the previous item.
  • Page 105 To save the new setting, hold button (4) for 3 seconds while the MEMORY item is highlighted in orange. If new settings have been saved, MEMORIZED will be shown in green for 1 second, the set level or status will be refreshed (refresh is indicated with the green colour) and then EXIT will be highlighted in green.
  • Page 106: Customising Riding Modes: Electronic Suspension Setting

    Customising Riding Modes: Electronic suspension setting This function allows selecting the compression and rebound setting of the electronic suspension of each riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 107 When opening this function, the number of clicks currently set for the four possible parameters is RACE shown on the left: - FRONT COMPRES. FRONT COMPRES. - FRONT REBOUND - REAR COMPRES. FRONT REBOUND - REAR REBOUND REAR COMPRES. REAR REBOUND MEMORY FRONT COMPRES.
  • Page 108 Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the customisable parameters one by one: in particular, RACE use button (1) to highlight the following item and button (2) to highlight the previous item. FRONT COMPRES. After highlighting the required parameter, press button (4) to open the corresponding Menu page.
  • Page 109 Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the number of clicks one by one: in particular, use button (1) to highlight the following item and button (2) to highlight RACE the previous item. Once desired click setting is selected, press FRONT COMPRES.
  • Page 110 To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select EXIT and press button (4). RACE Note FRONT COMPRES. By increasing the click setting you decrease the hydraulic damping, by decreasing the click setting FRONT REBOUND you increase the hydraulic damping. REAR COMPRES.
  • Page 111: Customising Riding Modes: Display Setting

    Customising Riding Modes: Display setting This function allows selecting the layout of the main screen of each riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “RIDING MODE”...
  • Page 112 RACE DISPLAY ROAD TRACK TRACK MEMORY RACE DISPLAY ROAD ROAD RACE TRACK DISPLAY ROAD TRACK TRACK MEMORIZED MEMORY RACE DISPLAY ROAD ROAD RACE TRACK DISPLAY ROAD TRACK MEMORIZED TRACK MEMORY fig. 62...
  • Page 113: Customising Riding Modes: Dqs Enable/disable

    Customising Riding Modes: DQS enable/ disable The ABS customisation page is only available for the bikes equipped with the DQS. This function disables or enables the DQS for the selected riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 114 RACE MEMORY RACE RACE MEMORIZED MEMORY RACE RACE MEMORY MEMORY fig. 64...
  • Page 115: Customising Riding Modes: Dtc Level Setting

    Customising Riding Modes: DTC level setting This function disables or sets DTC level for the selected riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “RIDING MODE”...
  • Page 116 RACE RACE MEMORY RACE MEMORY MEMORIZED RACE MEMORY fig. 66...
  • Page 117: Customising Riding Modes: Engine Setting

    Customising Riding Modes: Engine setting This function customises engine power associated with each riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “RIDING MODE” menu. Select the desired riding mode (RACE, SPORT or WET), by pressing button (1) or (2).
  • Page 118 Europe, UK, USA, Canada, Brazil, Taiwan France, Japan RACE RACE 195 Hi HIGH ENGINE ENGINE 195Hi HIGH 195Lo MEMORY MEMORY RACE RACE 195 Hi HIGH ENGINE ENGINE 195Hi HIGH 195Lo MEMORY MEMORY fig. 68...
  • Page 119 Press buttons (1) and (2) to highlight the engine power values one by one: in particular, use button (1) to highlight the following item and button (2) to highlight the previous item. Once desired engine power is selected, press CONFIRM MENU button (4) to highlight MEMORY item.
  • Page 120 Europe, UK, USA, Canada, Brazil, Taiwan France, Japan RACE RACE 195 Hi HIGH ENGINE ENGINE 195Hi HIGH 195Lo MEMORY MEMORY RACE RACE 195 Hi HIGH ENGINE ENGINE 195Hi HIGH 195Lo MEMORIZED MEMORIZED RACE RACE 195 Hi HIGH ENGINE ENGINE 195Hi 195Lo MEMORY MEMORY...
  • Page 121: Customising Riding Modes: Ebc Level Setting

    Customising Riding Modes: EBC level setting This function disables or sets the rear wheel antilocking system (EBC) level for every single riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 122 RACE RACE MEMORY MEMORY RACE RACE MEMORY MEMORIZED RACE RACE MEMORY MEMORY fig. 71...
  • Page 123: Customising Riding Modes: Restore Default Settings

    RACE This function allows restoring the default values set DISPLAY ENGINE by Ducati for the parameters relating to each riding mode. Enter the Setting MENU. DEFAULT Select “RIDING MODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 124: Engine Rpm Digital Indication (rpm)

    Engine rpm digital indication (RPM) This function displays the number of RPMs 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 125: Battery Voltage

    Battery voltage This function allows you to check the vehicle battery voltage. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “BATTERY” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “BATTERY” menu. The information will be displayed as follows: - if battery voltage is below 11.0 V, a flashing LOW warning is displayed with the battery icon on a red background;...
  • Page 126 BATTERY BATTERY 11.5 V BATTERY BATTERY HIGH - - - fig. 76...
  • Page 127: 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. Enter the Setting MENU.
  • Page 128 DDA MEMORY DDA MEMORY EMPTY EMPTY ERASE ERASE DDA MEMORY DDA MEMORY EMPTY EMPTY ERASE ERASE fig. 78...
  • Page 129 Viewing/deleting the DDA memory Note If the DDA is set to “ON” the deletion is When accessing the function, the DDA memory inhibited and you can not even select the ERASE status is shown on the right as a percentage: option.
  • Page 130 DDA MEMORY ERASE OK EMPTY ERASE erase DDA memory DDA MEMORY PLEASE WAIT ... EMPTY ERASE fig. 79...
  • Page 131: Pin Code

    PIN code; if there is already a stored PIN, contact an button (4). Authorised Ducati Dealer to have the function You open the “PIN CODE” menu. “reset“. To perform this procedure, the Authorised Ducati Dealer may ask you to demonstrate that you are the owner of the motorcycle.
  • Page 132 When accessing the function, “INSERT PIN CODE” with four dashes “- - - -“ in the bottom line will appear PIN CODE on the display highlighted in green. Entering the code: 1) Press button (4); 2) One digit is highlighted indicating “0”; INSERT PIN CODE 3) Each time you press the button (2) the displayed number increases by one (+ 1) up to “9“...
  • Page 133 The page for entering the very first PIN CODE is PIN CODE active and available again only in case the PIN CODE function is reset (but this is only possible at a DUCATI Authorised Service Centre). INSERT PIN CODE MEMORIZED...
  • Page 134: Changing The Pin Code

    Changing the PIN CODE PIN CODE To change the existing PIN CODE and activate a new one, you must open the Setting MENU. Select “PIN CODE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). MODIFY PIN CODE Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 135 When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last digit: - if the PIN is not correct, the instrument panel displays WRONG for 3 seconds and then PIN CODE highlights the string of four dashes “- - - -” for the OLD PIN to allow you to try again;...
  • Page 136 Entering the “new“ code: PIN CODE 1) Press button (4); 2) One digit is highlighted indicating “0”; 3) Each time you press the button (2) the displayed number increases by one (+ 1) up to “9“ and MODIFY PIN CODE then starts back from “0”;...
  • Page 137 When you press button (4) to confirm the fourth and last digit, the instrument panel highlights MEMORY PIN CODE item. To save the new setting, hold button (4) for 3 seconds while the MEMORY item is highlighted in MODIFY PIN CODE orange.
  • Page 138: Clock Setup

    Clock setup This function allows user to set or adjust the time. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “CLOCK” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “CLOCK SETTING” menu. The first screen shows, on the left side, the available time setting: HOUR, MINUTE, AM/PM, while the current time is displayed on the right side (e.g.: 10:30...
  • Page 139: Clock Setting

    Setting the minutes Select “MINUTE” option, by pressing button (1) or CLOCK SETTING (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). HOUR The minute value starts flashing. Press button (1) to decrease minutes by 1: 59, 58, ..11:57 MINUTE 00, 59.
  • Page 140 To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select EXIT and press button (4). CLOCK SETTING Note Every time the battery is disconnected, the HOUR clock is reset and must be set again by the user. 11:57 MINUTE a.m.
  • Page 141: Setting The Date

    Setting the date This function allows use to view and set/adjust the date. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “DATE” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “DATE SETTING” menu. The first screen shows, on the left side, the available date setting: YEAR, MONTH, DAY, while the current date is displayed on the right side (e.g.: 2012/01/27).
  • Page 142 Setting the month Select “MONTH” option, by pressing button (1) or DATE SETTING (2). April Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). YEAR The month value starts flashing. Press button (1) to decrease month by 1: 12, 11, ..2010/09/30 MONTH 01, 12.
  • Page 143 To exit the menu and go back to previous page, select EXIT and press button (4). DATE SETTING April Note Every time the battery is disconnected, the YEAR calendar is reset and must be set again by the user. 2010/09/30 MONTH fig.
  • Page 144: Setting The Display Background

    Setting the display background This function allows the user to choose the background of the instrument panel. Enter the Setting MENU. Select “BACKLIGHT” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4). You open the “BACKLIGHT” menu. When entering the function, the possible settings are shown on the left: DAY, NIGHT, AUTO, and the mode in use is highlighted.
  • Page 145 Selecting the NIGHT option you permanently activate the display black background for a dimmed readout BACKLIGHT view: recommended with poor external light and/or darkness. Selecting the AUTO option (automatic mode) the colour of the background is automatically adjusted according to the external lighting conditions (as NIGHT detected by a sensor).
  • Page 146: Lap

    The LAPs previously stored using the “LAP recording” function (MENU 1 function, see page 72), can be viewed on the display . The information displayed is lap time, maximum rpm and top speed. Saved LAPs can also be deleted. fig. 99...
  • Page 147 Displaying the stored LAPs Note The MAX stored speed is reached during lap To view the stored LAPs, you must enter the Setting (increased by 5%). MENU. Select “LAP” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Note Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 148 LAP DATA LAP DATA TIME: 1’23”55 TIME: 1’23”55 LAP 01 LAP 30 SPEED max: 267 km/h SPEED max: 267 km/h RPM max: 9800 RPM max: 9800 ERASE ALL ERASE ALL LAP DATA LAP DATA TIME: 1’23”55 TIME: -’--”-- LAP 07 LAP 01 SPEED max: 267 km/h SPEED max: --- km/h...
  • Page 149 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). You open the “LAP DATA” menu, where stored LAP data are viewed.
  • Page 150 LAP DATA LAP DATA erase LAP TIME: 1’23”55 LAP 07 SPEED max: 267 km/h PLEASE WAIT... RPM max: 9800 ERASE ALL LAP DATA LAP DATA TIME: 1’23”55 ERASE OK LAP 07 SPEED max: 267 km/h RPM max: 9800 ERASE ALL fig.
  • Page 151 Deletion is one single command that erases all stored laps. After deletion, the Laps 01 to 30 are displayed LAP DATA with all parameters showing an indefinite value “–” (time = -’ - -’’ - - , rpm = - - - - - , speed = - - - ). Note TIME: -’--”-- To exit the menu and go back to previous page,...
  • Page 152: 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 “UNITS” option, by pressing button (1) or (2). Once function is highlighted, press CONFIRM MENU button (4).
  • Page 153 Setting the unit of measurement: Speed This function allows to change the units of SPEED measurement of speed (and hence even the ones of distance travelled). Open the “UNITS SETTING” menu, as described in km/h km/h the previous pages (see “Setting the unit of measurement”).
  • Page 154 Setting the unit of measurement: Temperature This function allows you to change the units of TEMPERATURE measurement of the temperature. Open the “UNITS SETTING” menu, as described in the previous pages (see “Setting the unit of °C °C measurement”). °F Select “TEMPERATURE”...
  • Page 155 Setting the unit of measurement: Fuel CONSUMPTION consumption This function allows you to change the units of L/100km measurement of the fuel consumption. Open the “UNITS SETTING” menu, as described in km/L the previous pages (see “Setting the unit of km/L measurement”).
  • Page 156 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. Open the “UNITS SETTING” menu, as described in the previous pages (see “Setting the unit of measurement”).
  • Page 157 Chart of the units of measurement SPEED T_ENGINE INSTANTANEOUS TRIP1 AVERAGE SPEED T_AIR FUEL TRIP2 CONSUMPTION TRIP FUEL AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION Europe km/h °C l/100km mi (miles) °C mpg UK mi (miles) °F mpg USA Canada km/h °C l/100km France km/h °C l/100km...
  • Page 158 UNITS SETTING UNITS SETTING SPEED DEFAULT OK TEMPERATURE CONSUMPTION DEFAULT UNITS SETTING UNITS SETTING SPEED PLEASE WAIT... TEMPERATURE CONSUMPTION DEFAULT fig. 108...
  • Page 159: Other Functions

    Performance silencer kit (part no. 96450311B). Note The Performance exhaust kit (part no. 96450211B) and Performance silencer kit (part no. UP-MAP 96450311B) can be purchased at a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre. NOT COMPATIBLE Warning The Performance exhaust kit (part no.
  • Page 160 instrument panel will start communicating. The presence of the UP-MAP is notified by the “UP- MAP” indication displayed on the instrument panel. If the device authentication is not successful, the RACING indication UP-MAP NOT COMPATIBLE is displayed DOWNLOAD for 3 seconds, and then display will read UNPLUG UP-MAP to urge the user to remove the device from the vehicle.
  • Page 161 If the download is not possible and the setting to be downloaded is already present in the control unit, the instrument panel will read MAP ALREADY PRESENT and display the EXIT button. Press button (4) to quit. After pressing button (4) or after 10 seconds without MAP ALREADY pressing button (4), the instrument panel will read UNPLUG UP-MAP to urge the user to remove the...
  • Page 162 During the download, the display shows the indication RACING (setting for the Performance silencer kit) or the indication RACING EVO (setting for the Performance complete exhaust system kit), the indication DOWNLOAD IN PROGRESS and the RACING download progress bar that progressively fills up (for DOWNLOAD IN PROGRESS approximately 5 seconds).
  • Page 163 Once the download is completed, the display will show the following for 3 seconds: the indication RACING (setting for the Performance silencer kit) or the indication RACING EVO (setting for the Performance complete exhaust system kit), the RACING indication COMPLETED and the full download COMPLETED progress bar.
  • Page 164 After 3 seconds, if the whole process was successful, the display will read UNPLUG UP-MAP to urge the user to remove the device from the vehicle. The indication UNPLUG UP-MAP is displayed until the UP-MAP is physically disconnected from the vehicle.
  • Page 165 Any time a malfunction of the UP-MAP is found or the download procedure is not successful, the instrument panel displays DOWNLOAD ABORTED for 3 seconds, and then the indication UNPLUG UP- MAP. Note In case of accidental key-off or disconnection of the UP-MAP before the download is completed, the procedure is considered not valid.
  • Page 166: Display Background Colour

    Display background colour Display background colour can be set automatically 10:34 a.m. according to exterior lighting conditions. When the BACKLIGHT – AUTO function is active, if the sensor detects “poor lighting” (night) the RPM x 1000 instrument panel switches to black background (NIGHT mode);...
  • Page 167: 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 168 Turn indicators Turn indicators are automatically reset by the instrument panel. After activating one of the two turn indicators, user can reset them using the button (3, fig. 117) on the left switch. If the turn indicator is not reset manually, the instrument panel will automatically switch it off after the motorcycle has travelled 500 m (0.3 miles) from when the turn indicator was activated.
  • Page 169 Note The frequent use of this function can If there is a sudden interruption in the battery considerably reduce the battery charge; Ducati while the function is active, the instrument panel will recommends using this function only when really disable the function when the voltage is restored.
  • Page 170: The Immobilizer System

    IMMOBILIZER, an electronic immobilizer inhibits engine operation. If the other key system that inhibits engine operation whenever the does not work out either, contact the Ducati Service ignition switch is turned off. network. Accommodated in the handgrip of each ignition key...
  • Page 171: Duplicate Keys

    Duplicate keys Vehicle release through PIN CODE If you need any duplicate keys, contact the Ducati In case of key acknowledgement system or key Service network with all the keys you have left. malfunction, the instrument panel allows the user to...
  • Page 172 If the PIN CODE function is active, the instrument panel activates the page for entering the code and PIN CODE displays the request INSERT PIN CODE with a string of four dashes below it “ - - - - ” highlighted in green. Entering the code: INSERT PIN CODE 1) Press button (4);...
  • Page 173 PIN CODE Note INSERT PIN CODE If this procedure is necessary in order to start the vehicle, contact an Authorised Ducati Service 2 6 9 3 Centre as soon as possible to fix the problem. WRONG fig. 122...
  • Page 174: Controls

    Controls Warning 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. Position of motorcycle controls (fig. 123) 1) Instrument panel. 2) Left-hand handlebar switch. 3) Clutch lever.
  • Page 175: Key-operated Ignition Switch And Steering Lock

    Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock (fig. 124) It is located in front of the fuel tank and has four positions: A) ON: enables lights and engine operation; B) OFF: disables lights and engine operation; C) LOCK: the steering is locked; D) P: parking light on and steering locked.
  • Page 176: Lh Switch

    LH switch (fig. 125) 1) Dip switch, light dip switch, two positions (fig. 125): (A) every time it is pressed down the light switches from low beam on to low beam and high beam on (B) pushed to the side = high beam flasher (FLASH), “Start-Stop lap”...
  • Page 177: Clutch Lever

    Clutch lever (fig. 126) 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.
  • Page 178: Rh Switch

    RH switch (fig. 128) 1) Red ON/OFF switch. 2) Black ENGINE START button The switch (1) has three positions: A) centre: 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 179: Throttle Twistgrip

    Throttle twistgrip (fig. 129) The twistgrip (1, fig. 129) on the right handlebar opens the throttles. When released, it will spring back to the initial position (idling speed). fig. 129 Front brake lever (fig. 130) Pull the lever (1, fig. 130) towards the twistgrip to operate the front brake.
  • Page 180: Rear Brake Pedal

    Rear brake pedal (fig. 131) Push down the pedal (1, fig. 131) to operate the rear brake. The system is hydraulically operated. fig. 131 Gear change pedal (fig. 132) When released, the gear change pedal (1, fig. 132) automatically returns to rest position N in the centre. This is indicated by the instrument panel light N (2, fig.
  • Page 181: 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 182 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. Warning Have the pedal adjusted at a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre. fig. 134 fig. 135...
  • Page 183: Main Components And Devices

    Main components and devices Position on the vehicle (fig. 136) 1) Tank filler 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 silencer (both sides) (see “Warning” on page 200).
  • Page 184: Tank Filler Plug

    Tank filler plug Opening Lift the protection lid (1, fig. 137) and fit the ignition key into the lock. Turn the key clockwise 1/4 turn to unlock. Lift the plug (2, fig. 138). Closing Close the cap (2, fig. 138) with the key inserted and press it into its seat.
  • Page 185: Seat Lock

    Seat lock Opening (fig. 139) Insert the key into the seat lock (1) and turn it until the seat catch disengages with an audible click. CLOSE Slide out the seat cover (2) toward the motorcycle front until you remove it completely. fig.
  • Page 186: Side Stand

    Side stand (fig. 141) Important Before lowering the side stand, make sure that the bearing surface is hard and flat. Do not park on soft or pebbled ground or on asphalt melt by the sun heat and similar or the motorcycle may fall over.
  • Page 187: Steering Damper

    Steering damper (fig. 142) It is located up front before the tank and is secured to frame and steering head. It provides stable and accurate steering, improving the motorcycle's handling response under any conditions. If you turn the knob (1) clockwise the steering will be harder, while if you turn it counter clockwise the steering will be softer.
  • Page 188: Adjusting The Front Fork

    Adjusting the front fork The front fork used on this motorcycle has rebound, compression and spring preload adjustment. The fork is adjusted by electric impulses sent by the instrument panel to the adjusters (fig. 143) inside the fork legs. For fork adjustment, follow the description on page 105.
  • Page 189: 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. Warning The shock absorber is filled with gas under pressure and may cause severe damage if taken apart by unskilled persons.
  • Page 190: Changing The Motorcycle Track Alignment

    Ducati does not recommend to use the vehicle with rear suspension on FLAT (F) position and passenger on board. Warning Have the track alignment set at a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre. fig. 146...
  • Page 191: Riding The Motorcycle

    Riding the motorcycle Important During the first 1000 km (Running-in), i.e. as long as the Odometer displays a value lower than or equal to 1000 km, the “orange area” (pre-warning area - indicated on the display in orange both with the bargraph filling and with the indication of the corresponding figure) is displayed when engine reaches 6000 rpm.
  • Page 192 Warranty Card should be observed carefully. Failure sudden or prolonged braking. This will allow the to follow these instructions releases Ducati Motor friction material on the brake pads to bed in against Holding S.p.A. from any liability whatsoever for any the brake discs.
  • Page 193: Pre-ride Checks

    Check coolant level in the expansion reservoir. Top In case of malfunction, do not ride the up if needed (page 205). motorcycle and contact a Ducati Dealer or authorised TYRE CONDITION Service Centre. Check tyre pressure and condition (page 222).
  • Page 194 ABS device (ABS version) Check that the front (1, fig. 148) and rear (2, fig. 149) phonic wheels are clean. Warning Clogged reading slots would compromise system proper operation. It is recommended to disable ABS system in case of muddy road surface because under this condition the system might be subject to sudden failure.
  • Page 195: Starting The Engine

    Starting the engine Warning Before starting the engine, become familiar with the controls you will need to use when riding (page 10). Warning 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.
  • Page 196 Note It is possible to start the engine 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). 2) Check that the stop switch (2, fig. 150) is positioned to (RUN), then press the starter button (3, fig.
  • Page 197: Moving Off

    Moving off Important Avoid harsh accelerations, as this may lead to 1) Disengage the clutch by squeezing the clutch misfiring and transmission snatching. The clutch lever. lever should not be pulled longer than necessary after 2) Push down the gear change lever firmly with the gear is engaged, or friction parts may overheat and tip of your foot to engage first gear.
  • Page 198: Braking

    Braking Slow down in time, shift down to engine-brake first and then brake applying both brakes. Pull the clutch lever before stopping the motorcycle, to avoid sudden engine stop. Warning (non-ABS version) Use both brake lever and pedal for effective braking.
  • Page 199 ABS system (ABS version) and does not control both the front and rear brake at the same time. Using the brakes correctly under adverse conditions If desired, the system can be deactivated from the is the hardest – and yet the most critical - skill to instrument panel, using the “ABS disabling master for a rider.
  • Page 200 Warning Use both brake lever and pedal for effective braking. Never use the brake controls harshly or suddenly as you may lock the wheels and lose control of the motorcycle. When riding in the rain or on slippery surfaces, braking will become less effective. Always use the brakes very gently and carefully when riding under these conditions.
  • Page 201: Stopping The Motorcycle

    Stopping the motorcycle touch exhaust system with any body part and do not park the vehicle next to inflammable material (wood, Reduce speed, shift down and release the throttle leaves etc.). twistgrip. Shift down to engage first gear and then neutral.
  • Page 202: Refuelling

    Refuelling ( fig. 153 Never overfill the tank when refuelling. Fuel should never be touching the rim of filler recess. Warning Use low-lead fuel with min. RON 95 octane rating at origin minimum (see “Top-ups” table, page 234). Be sure there is no fuel trapped in the filler recess. Warning The vehicle is only compatible with fuel having a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
  • Page 203: Tool Kit And Accessories

    - Allen wrench for fairings. To access the compartment remove the seat (see page 184). Have the following parts (supplied as standard) installed by a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre: fig. 154 - right and left deflectors for the headlight fairing;...
  • Page 204: Main Maintenance Operations

    Main maintenance operations Important Have the fairings removed at a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre. Side fairings To remove the fairings, use the Allen wrench accommodated under the seat to loosen the following: Removing the fairing the two screws (1) securing the fairing panels to the Some parts of the motorcycle fairing have to be brackets;...
  • Page 205: Change The Air Filter

    156 Note To refit the left fairing panel, lower the side stand and pass it through the hole in the panel. Change the air filter Important Have the air filter maintenance performed at a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre.
  • Page 206: Checking And Topping Up Coolant Level

    Checking and topping up 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 207 Cooling circuit capacity: 2.3 cu. dm (litres). Warning fig. 158 Place the motorcycle upright on a flat surface and make sure the engine is cold before proceeding. Important Have the top-up performed at a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
  • Page 208: Checking Brake And Clutch Fluid Level

    Brake and clutch fluid must be topped up and changed at the intervals specified in the scheduled maintenance table reported in the Warranty Booklet; please contact a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre. Important fig. 159 It is recommended all brake and clutch lines be changed every four years.
  • Page 209 Do not exceed the brake pads are still in good condition, contact your specified level (3 mm above the minimum level). Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre to have the system inspected and any air drained out of the circuit.
  • Page 210: Checking 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. 161 Important Have the brake pads replaced at a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre. fig. 162...
  • Page 211: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery Before charging the battery, it is best to remove it from the motorcycle. Remove the left-hand side fairing (see page 203). Unscrew the screw (1, fig. 163) and remove the battery mounting cover (2, fig. 163). Slide out the battery (3, fig. 164) from its housing and, always starting from the negative terminal (-), loosen the screws (4, fig.
  • Page 212 Important Make sure the charger is off when you connect the battery to it, or you might get sparks at the battery terminals that could ignite the gases inside the cells. Always connect the red positive (+) terminal first. Lay down the ABS positive cable (6, fig. 165), onto positive cable (5, fig.
  • Page 213 Connect the positive cable (5, fig. 167), previously assembled to ABS cable (6, fig. 167), to battery positive terminal, and negative cable (7, fig. 167) to battery negative terminal, by starting the other screw (4, fig. 167) in its thread. Tighten the terminal clamp screws (4, fig.
  • Page 214: Charging And Maintenance Of The Battery During Winter Storage

    Charging and maintenance of the battery during winter storage Your motorcycle is equipped with a connector (1, fig. 169) to which you can connect a special battery charger (2) (Battery maintainer kit part no. 69924601A - various countries; Battery maintainer kit part no.
  • Page 215 Note When the 1199 Panigale 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...
  • Page 216: Checking Drive Chain Tension

    Checking drive chain tension (fig. 171) Important Have chain tension adjusted by a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre. Make the rear wheel turn until you find the position where chain is tightest. Set the vehicle on the side stand. With just a finger, push down the chain at the point of measurement and release.
  • Page 217: Chain Lubrication

    Warning Correct tightening of screws (1, fig. 172) is critical to rider and passenger safety. Important Improper chain tension will lead to early wear of transmission parts. Chain lubrication The chain fitted on your motorcycle has O-rings to protect its moving parts from dirt, and to hold the lubricant inside.
  • Page 218: Replacing The High And Low Beam Bulbs

    Replacing the high and low beam bulbs Note LED low and high beam are maintenance-free. Replacing the parking light bulb LED parking lights are maintenance-free.
  • Page 219: Rear Turn Indicators

    Rear turn indicators (fig. 179) To change the rear turn indicator bulbs, rotate the indicator body (1) through one quarter of a turn so that the lens is up and extract indicator body from the indicator light unit. The bulb is of the banjo-type: press and rotate anticlockwise to remove.
  • Page 220: Beam Setting

    Beam setting (fig. 174) To check the headlight aim, place the motorcycle upright with the tyres 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 metres.
  • Page 221 To adjust the headlight beam, turn the four screws (1) and (2) located at the front, on the right and left side of the vehicle; in particular: the two screws (1), located on the right and left side of the vehicle allow you to adjust the beam vertically, the two screws (2), located on the right and left side of the vehicle allow you to adjust the beam horizontally.
  • Page 222: Rear-view Mirror Adjustment

    Rear-view mirror adjustment (fig. 177) The rear-view mirror can be adjusted manually by pressing on point (A). fig. 177...
  • Page 223: Tubeless Tyres

    0.2 - 0.3 bar (included). Note Have the tyres replaced at a Ducati Dealer or Tyre repair or change (Tubeless tyres) authorised Service Centre. Correct removal and In the event of a tiny puncture, tubeless tyres will installation of the wheels is essential.
  • Page 224 Minimum tread depth Measure tread depth (S, fig. 178) 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 tyres at regular intervals for detecting cracks and cuts, especially on the side walls, bulges or large spots that are indicative of internal damage.
  • Page 225: Checking Engine Oil Level

    Refit the plug. Important Engine oil and oil filters must be changed by a Ducati Dealer or authorised Service Centre at the fig. 179 intervals specified in the scheduled maintenance chart reported in the Warranty Booklet.
  • Page 226: Cleaning And Replacing The Spark Plugs

    Cleaning and replacing the spark plugs (fig. 180) 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 authorised Service Centre. fig. 180...
  • Page 227: Cleaning The Motorcycle

    Cleaning the motorcycle (fogging), front fork seals, air inlets or exhaust silencers, with consequent loss of compliance with To preserve the finish of metal parts and paintwork, the safety requirements. wash and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals, anyway according to the road conditions you ride in. Clean off stubborn dirt or exceeding grease from Use specific products only.
  • Page 228: Storing The Motorcycle

    Periodically carry out the required checks and replace Note parts as necessary, using Ducati original spare parts, Do not use alcohol or alcohol-derived products in compliance with the regulations in the country to clean the instrument panel.
  • Page 229: Scheduled Maintenance Chart

    Warning Warning This scheduled maintenance chart is designed Please contact a Ducati Dealer or authorised for a road use of the 1199 Panigale. If it is used on the Service Centre where you can receive customised track, even if not during sport competitions, all parts...
  • Page 230 List of operations and type of intervention km. x1000 Time [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 • • Clean engine oil mesh filter at intake • • Check and/or adjust valve clearance • Visual check for wear of the chain timing system •...
  • Page 231 List of operations and type of intervention km. x1000 Time [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 • • Check and lubricate the rear wheel shaft • • Check the cush drive damper on rear sprocket Check the proper tightening of secondary drive front and rear •...
  • Page 232 List of operations and type of intervention km. x1000 Time [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] (months) mi. x1000 0.6 22.5 • • • • • Check coolant level • • • • • Check electric fan operation • •...
  • Page 233: Scheduled Maintenance Chart: Operations To Be Performed By The Customer

    Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the customer List of operations and type of intervention [set mileage (km/mi) or time km. x1000 interval *] mi. x1000 0.6 Months • Check engine oil level • Check brake and clutch fluid level •...
  • Page 234: Technical Data

    Technical data Overall weight (in running order with 90% of fuel - 93/ 93/EC): 188 kg Overall weight (without fluids and battery): 164 kg Versions with ABS system Overall dimensions (mm) (fig. 181) Overall weight (in running order with 90% of fuel - 93/ 93/EC): 190.5 kg Overall weight (without fluids and battery): 166.5 kg Weights...
  • Page 235 Warning Failure to observe weight limits could result in poor handling and impair the performance of your motorcycle, and you may lose control of the motorcycle. TOP-UPS TYPE Fuel tank, including a reserve Unleaded fuel with a minimum octane rating of RON 95. 17 cu. dm (litres). of 5 cu.
  • Page 236: Engine

    Engine Timing system Twin cylinder, four-stroke, 90° “L“ type, longitudinal, Double overhead camshaft (DOHC) driven by chain with deep sump die-cast crankcase. and gearwheels, 4 valves per cylinder, desmodromic Bore, mm: system. Stroke, mm: Desmodromic timing system (fig. 182) 60.8 1) Opening (or upper) rocker.
  • Page 237: Performance Data

    Firing points per injector: 12 Failure to follow these instructions will release Fuel specifications: 95-98 RON. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability for any engine damage or shortened engine life. Warning The vehicle is only compatible with fuel having Spark plugs a maximum content of ethanol of 10% (E10).
  • Page 238: Brakes

    Brakes Rear Separate-action anti-lock brake system operated by With fixed drilled steel disc. hall-type sensors mounted to each wheel with phonic Disc diameter: wheel detection: ABS can be disabled. 245 mm. Hydraulically operated by a pedal on RH side. Make: Front BREMBO Semi-floating drilled twin-disc.
  • Page 239: Transmission

    30/53 S.p.A. will be pleased to provide information about 6-speed gearbox with constant mesh gears, gear the special ratios available. Contact a Ducati Dealer or change pedal on left side of motorcycle. Authorised Service Centre. Gearbox output sprocket/rear chain sprocket ratio:...
  • Page 240: Frame

    Frame Suspensions Aluminium alloy cast monocoque frame. Aluminium alloy cast rear subframe. Front Steering head angle: 24.5° Hydraulic upside-down fork provided with electronic Steering angle: 27° on the left / 27° on the right. adjustment (through the Dashboard) for rebound, Trail: 100 mm compression, and preload (for inner springs of fork legs).
  • Page 241: Exhaust System

    System voltage 12 V. Generator 12V - 380W. Available colours Starter motor 12V - 0.6 kW. Ducati Anniversary red 473.101 (PPG); Electronic rectifier, protected by a 30A fuse (C, fig. Clear coat 228.880 (PPG); 185) located on the solenoid starter, under the White polyurethane primer 490.019 (PPG);...
  • Page 242 Fuses FRONT LEFT FUSE BOX KEY (A, fig. 183) There are twelve fuses that protect the electric Throttle opening relay 10 A components, located inside the front fuse boxes, and (ETV) one on the electric solenoid starter. There is a spare fuse in every box.
  • Page 243 FRONT RIGHT FUSE BOX KEY (B, fig. 184) Pos. El. item Rat. ABS 1 30 A ABS 2 15 A Injection relay 20 A Lights 10 A 10 A fig. 184 Black Box System (BBS) 15 A Spare 20 A Spare 10 A Spare...
  • Page 244 Note Remove the left cowling to reach the main fuse (see “Charging the battery” on page 210). The main fuse (C, fig. 185) is positioned next to the battery, on the solenoid starter (D). Remove the fuse cap (E) to reach it. A blown fuse is identified by the interrupted centre link (F, fig.
  • Page 245 Injection /electric system diagram key - 1199 Panigale S 1) Right-hand switch 28) Timing/rpm sensor 55)GPS 2) E-lock control unit 29) Vertical lambda sensor 56)Front left turn indicator 3) E-lock relay 30) Horizontal lambda sensor 57)Instrument panel 4) Fuse box 1 31) Quick shifter 58)Headlight 5) Fuse box 2...
  • Page 246 Injection /electric system diagram key - 1199 Panigale S ABS 1) Right-hand switch 28) Timing/rpm sensor 55)GPS 2) E-lock control unit 29) Vertical lambda sensor 56)Front left turn indicator 3) E-lock relay 30) Horizontal lambda sensor 57)Instrument panel 4) Fuse box 1 31) Quick shifter 58)Headlight 5) Fuse box 2...
  • Page 247 Wire colour coding B Blue W White V Violet BK Black Y Yellow R Red LB Light blue GR Grey G Green BN Brown O Orange P Pink Note The electric system wiring diagram is at the end of this manual.
  • Page 248: Routine Maintenance Record

    Routine maintenance record DUCATI SERVICE MILEAGE DATE 1000 12000 24000 36000 48000 60000...
  • Page 249 BW Bk RWRBk Bk/Y FREE B/Bk PUSH 1-34 35-68 R/Bk R/Bk 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Gr/R V key +12 Hi Beam Y/Gr Low Beam Pilot light Pilot light out Low Beam out Hi Beam out EXVL_MOT+ Front left ind out EXVL_MOT - Front right ind out...
  • Page 250 BW Bk RWRBk Bk/Y FREE B/Bk PUSH 1-34 35-68 R/Bk R/Bk 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Gr/R V key +12 Hi Beam Y/Gr Low Beam Pilot light Pilot light out Low Beam out Hi Beam out EXVL_MOT+ Front left ind out EXVL_MOT - Front right ind out...
  • Page 252 cod 913.7 .190.1L...

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