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Ducati for long whatsoever for any mistakes in drawing up this journeys as as short daily trips. Motor Holding manual. The contained herein is valid at the wishes you smooth and enjoyable

Page 4: Table Of Contents

OF CONTENTS Throttle twistgrip 35 brake lever 35 Rear pedal 36 Gear change 36 Setting the gear change and brake pedals 37 Main and devices Location 39 General filler plug 40 Warranty 6 catch and helmet hooks 41 6 Side stand 42.

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maintenance operations Wheels 95 the fairing 64 Tyres 95 Side 69 Brakes 96 Lifting the fuel 70 Transmission 97 Cleaning and changing air 71 Suspensions 98 Checking the coolant 72 Exhaust system 98 Checking and clutch fluid level 73 colours 98 Checking brake for wear 74 Electric system 99.

6: Warranty, Symbols

Ducati Holding S.p.A. advises you to this booklet carefully so as to familiar with your In case of any doubts, please a Ducati dealer or authorized The information contained herein prove useful on your — and Ducati Motor S.p.A.

Page 7: Useful For Safe Riding

Useful for safe riding Be sure you are visible and do not ride within the spot of vehicles ahead. Be very careful when road junctions, or when this section before your motorcycle. riding in the near exits from grounds, car parks or on slip to access motorways.

Page 8: The Maximum Load Allowed

the maximum load allowed about carrying capacity motorcycle is designed for long-distance The total weight of the motorcycle in order carrying the maximum allowed in full safety and rider, pillion passenger, and additional comfort.

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Do not any objects you may need to carry the gaps of the frame as these may moving parts. If you install the panniers (available from Spare Parts Department): luggage and accessories so to distribute evenly and then arrange in the panniers so that they are balanced;.

Page 10: Identification

Identification data All Ducati have two identification numbers, for (fig. 2) and engine (fig. 3). number Engine number These numbers identify the model and should always be when ordering spare fig.

2 fig. 3.

Page 11: Position Of Motorcycle Controls

Warning This section the position and function of all the controls you to drive your motorcycle. Be to read this information before you use the controls. Position of controls (fig. 4) 1) Instrument

2) Key-operated ignition switch and lock.

Page 12: Instrument

These menus are for the trained only; do not use them for any reason. you accidentally enter this turn the key to OFF and contact an authorised Service Center for the necessary 4) Revolution counter (rpm).


5) ABS light (orange) (ST4s Turns on for a few seconds when the key is to ON (CHECK) and then goes ABS on. Turns on and flashes when the ABS has been turned off using the incorporated in the LH switch (see 31).

Page 14: Lcd Unit

LCD unit functions 5) EOBD (amber). When on, this is used by the control unit to Warning the presence of errors and the consequent Stop the motorcycle using the instrument engine panel controls. Never the instrument panel controls riding.

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The system be reset by the 11) Fuel Display. function indicates the quantity of in the fuel DUCATI Authorised Center that has serviced the When the last bar stays on the low fuel vehicle.

Page 16: Lcd Parameter Setting/display

LCD — setting/display When turning the key OFF to ON (Key-ON) the instrument panel out a Check of the whole instruments: displays and pilot lights fig. 7). CHECK 1 km/h km/L mpgal CHECK 2 fig.

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Water indicator (fig. 8) It indicates cooling water temperature. If drops under 40#xB0;C/104#xB0;F, will start flashing on the

If water temperature ranges 40 #xB0;C/104 #xB0;F and 120 #xB0;C/248 temperature value is displayed in mode.

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Clock function Hold down (A, see page 12) for 2 seconds, the wording AM to flash. If button (B) is pressed PM begins to flash; press (B) to go back to ODOMETER previous Press button (A) to confirm and setting hours that begin to flash.

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indication (fig. 10) Indicates distance covered by the vehicle. meter indication This indicates the distance covered the meter was last reset.

It is possible to reset this by entering the relevant function and down button (A, see page for at least 2 seconds.

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consumption indication (fig. 11) function indicates the vehicle consumption when in motion. The is based on the distance travelled the TRIP meter was last

When the vehicle is stopped, with the engine off or running, the value stored is displayed indication is refreshed.

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indication This function how far the vehicle can travel using the left in the tank. When display function is not selected, the automatically switches to Range as soon as the LOW FUEL LIGHT fig.

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Beam adjustment (fig. 12.1-12.2) function allows headlight height setting. To enter function, hold down (B, see fig. 5.1) and turn the key to ON; the shows a value (fig.

corresponding to beam position and the light on the display, indicating vertical setting mode fig.

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Special function: vehicle model and of measurement (fig. 13) The control automatically informs the instrument about the vehicle model and of measurement to be displayed; hold buttons (A) and (B) and turn ignition from OFF to ON to force the system and these parameters.

Page 24: The System

Backlighting function Instrument panel backlighting is only if the parking While the engine, the system switches off or the low/high beam is on. the headlight and it back on again after has In this case the instrument automatically turns on started, or when the button (3, fig.

25: Keys

Keys (fig. 14) The Owner receives a set of keys The three keys have a plate (1) attached that 1 RED key (A) reports their identification — 2 BLACK keys (B) Warning Keep the keys in places. Store the plate (1) Red key has a cover for preserving it in and the red key in a safe

Page 26: Code Card

card A CODE CARD 15) is supplied together with the it indicates the electronic code (A, 16) to be used in case of emergency and the engine will not start up the key-ON.

Warning Keep the CARD in a safe place.


Procedure to disable immobilizer block 6) If the code is NOT correct, the warning light and through twistgrip the IMMO light on and it is then possible to repeat 1) the key to ON and fully open throttle. it the procedure, starting from 2, as many times as open.

28: Duplicate Keys

Operation keys When the ignition key is to OFF, the immobilizer If you need any key, contact the DUCATI engine operation. Service with all the keys you have and your When the ignition key is back to ON to start the CODE

Page 29: Key-operated Ignition And Steering Lock

Key-operated switch and steering lock 17) It is located in front of the fuel and has four positions: A) ON: lights and on; B) OFF: lights and engine C) LOCK: steering locked; D) P: light and steering lock. To move the key to the last two positions, it down before turning it.

30: Left Switch

Left (fig. 18.1-18.2) 1) Dip switch, dip switch, two positions: position = low on; position = high beam on. 2) = 3-position turn indicator: position = OFF; position = turn; position = right

To cancel turn indicators, in once switch returns to position.

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ST4s ABS 5) = ABS off. To turn off the ABS, down the button for over 3 until the orange ABS light on the panel starts to flash. the ABS button.

Note When the is held down for over 5 or is released before the ABS light on, the ABS stays on.

Page 32: Clutch

Clutch lever (fig. 19) (1) disengages the clutch. It features a adjuster (2) for lever distance the twistgrip on handlebar.

To set lever from twistgrip, push (1) fully forward and turn the adjuster (2) to one of its four positions.

33: Cold Start Lever

start lever (fig. Use this device to start the from cold. It will the engine idling speed starting. Lever positions: A) B) fully open.

The lever can be and closed gradually to adjust until engine is fully

Page 34: Right Switch

switch (fig. 21) 1) Switch, switch, three positions: position = light off; position = front and rear lights, number plate and panel lights on; left = headlight, front and rear lights, number plate and panel lights on. 2) Switch for STOP, two positions: position = run.

Page 35: Throttle Twistgrip, Brake Lever

Throttle (fig. 22) The twistgrip on the right opens the throttles. When it will spring back to the position (idling speed). brake lever (fig.

22) in the lever (1) towards the twistgrip to the front brake.

Page 36: Brake Pedal, Gear Pedal

Rear brake (fig. 23) Push down on the (1) to apply the rear brake. The is hydraulically operated. fig. 23 change pedal (fig.

24) The change pedal is at rest in the central position N, is moved up and to change gears and then to the central position.

Page 37: The Gear Change And Rear Pedals

Setting the gear and rear brake pedals 25 and 26) The gear change and rear pedals can be adjusted to suit the riding position of each To set the gear change pedal, linkage (1) and loosen the check (2) and (3).

Note Nut (2) has a left-hand

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To set the rear brake loosen check nut (4). pedal travel adjusting (5) until pedal is in the desired Tighten check nut (4).

pedal by hand to make it has 1.5 — 2 mm free play brake begins to bite.

39: Location

MAIN COMPONENTS AND Location (fig. 27) 1) Tank plug. 2) Seat catch and hook. 3) Side stand. 4) handgrip. 5) Centre stand. 6) view mirrors. 7) Front adjusters. 8) Rear shock adjusters. 9) Power outlet. 10)

Page 40: Tank Filler

Tank filler plug 28) Opening Lift the protection lid (1) and fit the key into the lock. Turn the key 1/4 turn to unlock. Lift the plug.

Closing Refit the with the key in it and push it down its seat.

Page 41: Seat And Helmet Hooks

Seat and helmet hooks Opening 29) Fit the ignition key into the lock (4) and the key clockwise about 1/4 turn the rear end of the seat lifts up. the seat backwards to slide it off its holders (1).

Page 42: Stand

Anti-theft padlock 31) Side stand (fig. 32) The padlock (1) is stored under the Remove strap (2) to take out.

Important Use the padlock in to the steering lock when Put the on the side stand only parking your motorcycle in areas.

Page 43: Lifting Power Outlet

Lifting Note A handgrip (1, fig. 33) pivots on the left pillion for proper operation of the stand passenger footpeg is provided to you place the (two springs, one the other) and the safety sensor on the centre stand or keep it when (2) at regular intervals.

44: Centre Stand

Centre Always use the centre stand (1, 34) to support the motorcycle steadily parked. It is designed to support the even when carrying the load allowed.

Warning putting the motorcycle on the centre make sure the bearing is hard and flat.

Page 45: View Mirrors

Important If of the mirror parts comes have the mirror repaired or by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Warning Never ride a missing rear view the fig.

Page 46: Front Adjusters

Front fork The front fork has rebound and damping adjusters. This is done using the outer 1) (fig. 37) to adjust rebound 2) (fig. 37) to adjust inner preload; 3) (fig. 38.1-38.2) to compression damping.

Turn the (1) on fork leg top with a flat to adjust rebound damping.


STANDARD factory setting is as compression: 12 clicks; rebound: 11 The setting range is 14 clicks for rebound and compression). The 14th gives the softest damping.

To the preload of the spring inside fork leg turn the hex.

48: Rear Shock Absorber

Rear shock absorber The rear shock absorber has adjusters that enable you to your motorcycle to the load. The (1, fig. 39) located on the rear hand side — at the unit — sets damping.

The adjuster (2, fig.


Warning The shock absorber is with gas under pressure and may severe damage if taken by unskilled persons. Important carrying a passenger and luggage, set the shock absorber spring to preload to improve motorcycle and keep safe clearance the ground.

Page 50: Changing Track Alignment

Changing track alignment (fig. Motorcycle track alignment is the of tests carried out under riding conditions by our technical Modifying factory setting is a delicate operation, which may to serious damages if carried out by people.

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UNIBALL articulated (A) maximum extension is 5 threadings, 7.5 mm (B). fig. 43.

Page 52: For Use, Running-in Recommendations

FOR USE another and above all not to adversely the life of basic engine it is advisable to avoid harsh and not to run the engine at high rpm for too long, uphill. Furthermore, the drive should be inspected frequently.


Warranty Card should be carefully. Have the service performed as recommended in the Warranty Failure to comply with rules will release Motor Holding S.p.A. any liability whatsoever for resulting damage or shorter engine

Page 54: Pre-ride Checks

oil level in the sump through the glass. Top In case of malfunctioning, do not the up if needed (page 88). and call a Ducati Dealer or Brake and clutch fluid Check fluid level in the reservoirs.

Page 55: Abs System

ABS (ST4s ABS) Ensure front (1) and rear phonic (2) are clean. Warning Clogged slots would compromise proper operation. It is recommended to ABS system in case of muddy surface because under condition the system might be to sudden failure.

Page 56: The Engine

Starting the engine Follow the #x201C;High ambient procedure to start the engine it is warm. Warning Before the engine, become familiar the controls you will need to use riding. Regular ambient (10 #xB0;C/50 #xB0;F to 35 #xB0;C/ 95 1) Move the ignition key to ON (fig.


2) Move the cold start to the B position (fig. 48). 3) that the stop switch (1, 49) is positioned to (RUN), then the starter button (2). Let the start without using the control.

Important Never the electric start button than 5 seconds at a time.


High ambient temperature 35 #xB0;C/95 #xB0;F): Follow the procedure, however, do not use the cold device. Cold ambient (below 10 #xB0;C/50 #xB0;F): the procedure for #x201C;Regular ambient however allow 5 minutes for the to warm up (see step 5).

59: Moving Off, Braking, Abs

Moving off Important 1) Disengage the squeezing the control lever. harsh accelerations, as this may to 2) Push down on gear lever sharply with the tip and transmission snatching. The clutch of your foot to engage the gear. should not be pulled than necessary after is 3) Speed up engine, by turning the twistgrip and engaged, or friction may overheat and wear out.


Pressure is raised back up and the control Warning unit controlling the brake until the of a lockup When the ABS is off, the provides the disappears. standard force offered by the regular Normally, the rider will ABS operation as a system.

Page 61: The Motorcycle, Parking

Stopping the If you let go of the throttle twistgrip, the motorcycle slow down gradually and Then, shift down the clutch, and finally change first to neutral. Apply and you will bring the motorcycle to a stop.

Page 62: Refueling

Do not leave the key turned to P for long or the battery will run down. leave the ignition key in the switch you are leaving your bike Warning The exhaust system be hot, even after is switched off;.

Page 63: Kit And Accessories

To reach this the seat must be removed by the catch (8) (page 41). bag holds (fig. 54) 1) Box wrench for plugs. 2) Double-bit screwdriver. 3) wrenches.

4) Helmet fastening fig. 53 5) Extension. 6) Box wrench. fig. 54.

Page 64: Removing The

MAIN MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS the fairing Some servicing need the motorcycle fairing to be Warning Firmly secure all parts when refitting otherwise some of them suddenly come off fig. 55 riding and you may lose control of motorcycle.

Important At reassembly use nylon washers when fastening screws, not to damage parts.

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Undo one of the two screws (2, fig. 56) securing one to the other. Keep the washer (5, 56) and the wellnut (6, fig. 56) of the plate (4, 56). Keep the plate to a lower fairing.

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panel covers Undo the two (1) securing the rear control (2) to the headlight fairing. Pull out the control panel (2) from the control panel (3). the screws (4) and remove the windscreen (5) to the front control panel

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Headlight fairing the instrument panel covers. the rear view mirrors the headlight fairing by unscrewing the inner screws (1, fig. Disconnect the cables (2, fig.

61) of the indicators. fig. 60 fig. 61.


Unscrew the 8 fastening screws (3, 62-63) that hold the fairing to the side body Remove the fairing sliding it off the

Important When refitting, it is to loosen the screws of both mirror mounts and then fit the fairing.

Page 69: Side

The motorcycle comes ready to fit the panniers. Side panniers kit in the colour as the motorcycle is available Ducati Spare Parts Kit includes all parts needed to the panniers as well as the relevant

Page 70: Lifting The Fuel

Lifting the fuel tank the 2 screws (1, fig. 66) that the cover to the tank support. the cover sliding it off the ignition Pull and lift the clip (2, 67) off the tank support.

Lift the and unhook the support rod (3, fig.

71: Cleaning And Changing Air Filters

and changing air filters Replace air at the required intervals shown in the maintenance chart (see Card). The air box is accessible after the fuel tank. Undo the (1, fig.

69) of the cover on both of the air box, then remove (2).

Page 72: Checking The Level

Checking the coolant Check the coolant level in the tank, on the RH side of the motorcycle. The level must be between the MAX and MIN (fig. 71). Top up if the level is too

Remove the r.h.

Page 73: Brake And Clutch Fluid

If you find exceeding play on lever or pedal and Fluid should never fall the MIN mark on brake pads are in good condition, contact Ducati each reservoir 73). If level drops the limit, air.

Page 74: Brake Pads For Wear

brake (fig. 74) The friction on each pad should be at least 1 mm Important Have the brake replaced at a Ducati Dealer or 74 Authorized Workshop.

Page 75: Cables And Joints

Work the to make sure the cable smoothly inside the sheath: if you any friction or hard spots, the cable replaced by a Ducati or Authorized Workshop. To prevent failures, smear the ends of the cables with SHELL Grease or Retinax LX2 at regular

Page 76: Throttle Cable

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Throttle cable adjustment The twistgrip must have a play of 1.5 — 2 mm measured at the of the twistgrip, at all positions of the handlebars. If it adjusting, use the suitable adjuster (1, 76) provided on the throttle control.

Page 77: Charging The Battery

the battery (fig. 77) Warning charging the battery, it is best to it from Keep the battery out of the of children. the motorcycle. Remove the side fairing (see 69), undo the Charge the at 1 A for 5-10 hours. screw (1) and the upper bracket.

Page 78: Tensioning

Chain tensioning the rear wheel slowly you find the position where is tightest. Put motorcycle on the centre and push the chain up pressing a finger at mid-length of swingarm. The stretch of chain must a slack (fig.

78) of 32 mm.

Page 79: Lubrication

Chain lubrication The fitted on your motorcycle has that keep dirt out of and inside the sliding parts. The might be irreparably damaged if the is cleaned using any solvent than those specific for chains or washed using or water jets.

Page 80: Bulbs

Replacing bulbs replacing a burnt-out bulb, sure that the new one complies voltage and wattage as specified on System#x201D; for that lighting (page 99). Removing the bulbs (fig. 80-81-82-83-84) the instrument panel covers page 66) and release the clamps (1) of the cover (2) to reach the headlight

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R.h. Hi-beam (fig. 82-83): Disconnect the (4). Release the clip (5) the bulb cable (6). following the removal procedure in the order. fig. 82 fig. 83.


To change the parking light pull out the bulb holder (7, 84) from the rear of headlamp Remove the bulb and fit a new one. 84.

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Turn indicators The of the turn indicators are accessible removing the instrument panel guards. Front: Turn the holder (1, fig. 85) anticlockwise and OPEN it from indicator Withdraw the burnt-out bulb and it.

Refit the bulb holder the round slot pointing and turn it clockwise until it in place in the indicator CLOSED.

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Number plate To expose the number plate withdraw the bulb holder the number plate holder, extract the bulb and replace it. 87 Stop light To replace the and parking light bulb, the two screws (1, fig. 87) that the glass and remove glass.

85: Beam Setting

Beam (fig. 89) When checking setting, put the motorcycle upright. should be inflated at the correct and one person should be sitting the motorcycle, keeping it at right to its longitudinal axis.

Place the opposite a wall or a screen, 10 apart from it, then a horizontal line dictated by center and a vertical one in line the longitudinal axis.

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Tyres Warning Tyre A tyre must be replaced punctured. Replace Rider + tyres with recommended tyres only. Front: Be to tighten the valve caps to avoid leaks 2.1 bar — 2.3 cm when riding. Never use type tyres.

Failure to Rear: this warning may to sudden tyre bursting and to 2.2 bar 2.4 Kg/sq cm.

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Minimum depth Measure tread (S, fig. 91) at the point where is most worn down. It not be less than 2 mm and anyway not the legal limit.

Important inspect the tyres at regular for detecting cracks and cuts, on the side walls, bulges or spots that are indicative of damage.

Page 88: Checking Oil Level

Undo the filler (2) and top up to correct level. Refit the Important Engine oil and oil filters be changed by a fig.

92 Ducati or authorized workshop at regular as specified in the routine maintenance (see Warranty Card). SAE 10W-40.

Page 89: Cleaning And The Spark Plugs

Cleaning and the spark plugs (fig. 93) If you do not a torque wrench, you can use the Spark are essential to smooth engine and wrench supplied with the kit to tighten the spark should be at regular intervals. This is quite plug an additional 1/2

Page 90: Cleaning The Motorcycle

the motorcycle Warning To preserve the of metal parts and paintwork, performance may be impaired immediately and clean your motorcycle at intervals, after washing the anyway according to the road you ride in. Never grease or the brake discs.

Page 91: The Bike Away, Important

Ducati original spare complying with few times so a film of oil will spread on law.

Page 92: Technical Overall Dimensions, Weights

DATA Overall dimensions (fig. 94) 1430 Weights Dry weight: 217 Kg (ST4s ABS); 212 Kg Carrying full load: 420 Kg.

Failure to observe weight could result in poor and impair the performance of your and you may lose control of the motorcycle.

93: Top-ups

Top-ups Type of cu dm(liters) Fuel tank, a reserve Unleaded fuel of 6 cu dm 95 fuel octane rating (at Oil sump and oil filter SHELL Ultra 4 Front/Rear brake and circuits Special fluid for systems #x2014;.

Page 94: Timing System

Desmodromic system (fig. 95) Engine 1) (or upper) rocker. Twin four-…, 90#xB0; #x201C;L#x201D; longitudinal. 2) Opening rocker Bore: 3) Split rings.

98 mm 4) (or lower) rocker shim. 5) Return spring for lower 66 mm 6) Closing (or lower) rocker.

95: Performance Data, Spark Frame, Wheels, Tyres

data Wheels Maximum in any gear should be reached after Three-spoke, light-alloy a correct running-in period the motorcycle properly serviced at the intervals. Front wheel speed (rider alone): 255 Km/h. 3.50×17 Rear Spark plugs Dimensions:

Page 96: Brakes

Rear Brakes With fixed steel disc. Disc 245 mm Separate-action anti-lock brake operated by hall- Hydraulically by a pedal on RH side. type mounted to each wheel, phonic wheel Braking detection; ABS can be disabled. 25 sq cm Brake with separate pistons.

97: Transmission

Gear ratio: If you to tune up your motorcycle for 32/59. trials, you may refer to Motor Holding S.p.A. who gearbox with constant gears, gear change be glad to provide information the special pedal on left of motorcycle.

Page 98: Suspensions, System, Available Colours

inner springs tank of fork legs). Stanchion 43 mm Ducati metallic dark 653.6047 with Travel leg axis: 130 mm metal-color frame and red silver air scoops and color-matched protector.

Page 99: Electric

Electric system Fuses electric items are: The fuse box (fig. 96) is located on the left Headlamp consisting of the side, behind the headlamp. low beam unit, poly-ellipsoidal capacitor; To access the fuse remove the rear guard of the high beam unit panel (see page 6).

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fig. 96 fig. 98 IN CONDITION BLOWN fig. 99 ABS fig. 97.

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Legend to wiring/injection diagram 31) Neutral 1) R.h. switch 32) Oil pressure 2) Key operated switch 33) Rear switch 3) Starter motor 34) Fan 4) Solenoid starter 35) Ignition/injection unit 5) Battery 36) Clutch 6) Rectifier fuse 37) Front switch 7) Rectifier.

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to ST4s ABS wiring/injection diagram 31) switch 1) R.h. switch 32) Oil switch 2) Key operated switch 33) stop switch 3) Fuse box 34) Fan 4) Fuses 35) Ignition/injection control 5) Fan 36) Clutch switch 6) Starter 37) Front stop switch 7) starter.

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Wire coding ST4s P Pink G Legend to fuse box W White O Pos. Amp. Y Yellow B Key-on 7.5A Bn Brown R Red Lights V Violet Gr Grey Stops, horn, turn Lb Light blue and solenoid Bk Black 4-12.

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ABS Legend to fuse box Pos. Key-on 7.5A 2-10 light, hi-beam/low beam Turn indicators, horn, and solenoid starter 4-12 panel 5-13 Heated 6-14 Side stand 7-15 ECU power supply ECU ABS Key-on Power outlet ABS power supply.

Page For United States Of America Only

Such use could to upset or other accident. emission warranty Ducati S.p.A. warrants that exhaust system, at Reporting of defects the time of sale, all applicable U.S. EPA Federal If you that your vehicle has a which could noise

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Tampering with Control System Prohibited. If you are aware of any of the following symptoms, Law prohibits the following acts or thereof: the vehicle inspected and by your local Ducati (1) the or rendering inoperative by any person,

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Riding safety the roadway is wet, rely on the throttle to The points given are applicable for every day control speed and less on the front and motorcycle use and shoud be carefully for safe brakes.

Page 108

Do not exhaust gases and never run the identification number (VIN); in a closed garage or confined Every Ducati motorcycle is by two identification Use only Ducati parts and accessories. numbers page 10). Figure A shows the This motorcycle was not to be equipped with a frame numbers.

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Label (fig. B) 11 #x2022; 8#x2022; B 7#x2022;.

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Ducati limited warranty on control This system of (fig. C): system 1) Warm air Ducati North America, 237 West Parkway, Pompton 2) Plains, New Jersey 07444-1028 that each new 3) Dell#x2019;Orto 1998 and later Ducati that includes as 4) Intake

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30 days. Any replacement can defects in material or workmanship by an be used in an emergency repair. will reimburse the Ducati dealer at its place of business owner for the expenses, including not to customary business hours.


Ducati maintenance or repairs. Ducati is not liable for dealer. shall not be liable for any other these parts.

The owner is for the loss or damage, whether incidental, consequential performance of all maintenance.

Page 114: Maintenance Record

ROUTINE RECORD km/miles Ducati Date Service Name 10,000 20,000 30,000 50,000.

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HAZARD ENGINE STOP BW Bk BW Bk G/Bk FREE R/Bk LOCK PUSH PUSH PARK Bk/Gr R/Bk 40 A V/Bk Y Y Y Bk/Gr B/Bk P/Bk 10 W 10 W Diodo 1N5404 Gr/R Gr/R Diodo 1N5404 W Bn/Y.

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HAZARD ENGINE STOP BW Bk BW Bk G/Bk FREE R/Bk LOCK PUSH PUSH PARK Bk/Gr R/Bk 40 A V/Bk Y Y Y Bk/Gr B/Bk P/Bk 10 W 10 W Diodo 1N5404 Gr/R Gr/R Diodo 1N5404 W Bn/Y.

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