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Ducati Superbike 1098 R

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Owner’s manual SUPERBIKE 1098 R 1098 R

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Use and maintenance manual R / 1098 R Bayliss.

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Motor Holding S.p.A. accept any liability We are sure you will use your Ducati for journeys for errors that may occurred in the preparation of this as as short daily trips, but you use your manual.

Page 5: Of Contents

Table of contents components and devices 58 Position on 58 Fuel tank filler cap 59 60 Steering damper 61 General 6 Front fork adjusters 62 6 Rear shock absorber 64 Symbols 6 Adjusting the rear height 66 Useful road information 7 Riding with a load 8 Riding the motorcycle 68.


Vehicle identification number 128 Label location 129 (mm) dimensions California evaporation system 131 Weights 111 Ducati warranty on emission control 131 Engine 113 Timing system 113 data 114 Routine maintenance 134 Spark plug 114.

7: General Indications, Warranty,

General indications Symbols Motor Holding S.p.A. you to read this manual in order to familiarise yourself your motorcycle. If in doubt, contact a Ducati Dealer or Service Centre. You will the information in the manual useful on (which Ducati Motor S.p.A.

Page 8: Useful Safety Information

Useful safety information Be sure you are visible and avoid riding the blind spot of a vehicle in of you. Be very careful at junctions, or when riding in near Warning exits private land or car parks, or on the roads to Read this before riding your

Page 9: Riding With A Load

Riding with a load Arrange your or heavy accessories in the lowest position and as close to centre of the Your motorcycle is designed for over long as possible. with a full load in safety. Secure the luggage to the motorcycle structure.

Page 10: Data

Identification data All motorcycles have two identification one for the frame (fig. 1) and one for the engine 2).

Frame number Engine Notes These numbers the motorcycle model and should be when ordering spare

Page 11: Controls, Position Of The Controls

Controls Warning section shows the position and of the controls used to drive the Be sure to read this carefully before you use the controls. of the motorcycle controls (fig. 3) 1) panel.

2) Key-operated ignition and steering lock. 3) Left-hand switch.

Page 12: Instrument

Instrument panel (fig. 4) 1) LCD page 13). 2) Tachometer Indicates engine revs per 3) Neutral (N) indicator (green). when the gearbox is in neutral. 4) warning light (yellow).

when there are about 3 of fuel left in the tank. 5) signal indicator light

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11) Traction Control (fig. 5). Indicator light with DTC activated, illuminates minimal torque reduction is

Indicator lights 11A + 11B: DTC activated, illuminates when low torque reduction is applied. lights 11A + 11B + 11C: with DTC illuminates when medium torque reduction is applied.


LCD #x2013; Main functions Any adjustments to the instrument panel only be carried out when the is stationary. Never operate the panel controls while the motorcycle. 1) Speedometer.

Indicates speed. 2) Odometer. Shows distance travelled. 3) Trip

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If you accidentally access a menu, do not under any circumstances to use it, but turn the ignition key to OFF. In the of any problems, contact an authorized service centre to carry necessary checks.

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R Bayliss / 1098 R vs. USA The model is cyclically until the engine is Notes If the Ducati Performance kit Exhaust#x201D; (fig.

58) is installed on the at key-on the Warning instrument will display the message: The Performance kit #x201C;Complete Exhaust#x201D;.


TRIP A TRIP B fig. 10 FUEL (only if active) DTC available of Ducati Traction is both present and activated) which the display returns to DTC (active only if DTC is activated) the function (TOT).

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distance travelled indicator vs. EU, CND, FRA, JAP This enables display of the total travelled. At Key-On the system enters this function.

The is saved permanently and cannot be If it exceeds 99999 km (or 99999 the reading #x201C;99999#x201D;.

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Air indicator vs. EU, UK, CND, FRA, JAP function displays the external air Display limits: -39 #xB0;C to #xB0;C.

In the event of a sensor (-40 #xB0;C, +125 or disconnected) a series of dashes — -#x201D; is displayed and the EOBD engine diagnostics light (8, fig.

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speed vs. EU, CND, FRA JAP This displays the motorcycle speed. The panel receives actual value (expressed in km/h) the ECU and displays the value increased by 8%.

The speed that can be displayed is 299 (186 mph).

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temperature indicator vs. EU, UK, CND, JAP Displays the engine coolant — if the reading is less or equal to -40 #xB0;C (-40 the FIXED DATUM display a series of flashing dashes — -#x201D;) and the Engine warning light comes on (8,

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Trip meter A#x201D; vs. EU, CND, FRA, JAP function displays the distance since the last reset. in this function, if you press (1, fig.

10) in position B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D; for 3 the reading is reset. If the reading 999.9, it is reset to zero and the restarts automatically.

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meter #x201C;TRIP B#x201D; vs. EU, FRA, JAP This function the distance travelled since the reset. While in this if you press switch (1, fig.

10) in B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D; for 3 seconds, the reading is If the reading exceeds 999.9, it is to zero and the count restarts

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#x201C;TRIP FUEL#x201D; travelled on reserve fuel) vs. EU, FRA, JAP indicator This displays the distance travelled on fuel. When the fuel light comes on, the TRIP meter is activated automatically, of the function displayed.

If the fuel remains in reserve, the reading is even after Key-Off.


The message #x201C;SERV#x201D; appears on the at the following intervals: after the 1000 km on the odometer; every km on the odometer. The service indicator remain on the display until When the message appears, your Ducati dealer or Service Centre. fig.



Battery voltage indicator This function displays the charge level. To display function, go into the menu and the #x201C;BATT#x201D; page. The battery reading is displayed as follows: if the reading is between 12.1 and Volts, it is steadily illuminated on the

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Engine idle adjustment (rpm) This displays the engine idle adjustment. To display the function, the menu and select the #x201C;RPM#x201D; In addition to the upper rev counter the display also shows rpm numerically so that you can adjust the speed more precisely.


LAP time display function function displays the recorded lap To activate this function, go the menu and set the #x201C;LAP#x201D; function to by pressing switch (1, fig. 10) in B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D; for 3 seconds.

START and the timer by pressing the high FLASH button (12,

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When you switch the LAP off from the menu, the lap in progress not be saved. If the LAP function is active and the panel is suddenly switched off the LAP function is switched off automatically if the timer was ON, the lap in progress is not saved).


LAP Memory display Displays the saved using the LAP function: lap MAX speed and MAX rpm. To display the lap times, enter the menu and the #x201C;LAP MEM#x201D; page. this menu page, if you pressed switch (1, fig.

10) in B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D;.

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DDA data This function serves to the DDA (Ducati Data Analyzer)(see 80): the DDA must be connected to the wiring. To activate the DDA, go the menu and set the #x201C;DDA#x201D; to #x201C;On#x201D; by switch (1, fig. 10) in position B for 3 seconds.

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Erase DDA function enables you to delete the saved on the DDA: the DDA must be to the motorcycle wiring. To delete the enter the menu and select the B = On for 3 #x201C;Erase DDA#x201D; page. If you the switch (1, fig.

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or those of other road through making emergency It is to activate the Ducati Traction manoeuvres, in accordance with the of the system: DTC. highway

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Reasonable errors by the rider with the DTC system will appear on the display to activation of activated. the Ducati Control system. When the message #x201C;DTC#x201D; is visible on the normal display and also the menu pages.

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DTC Traction Control) setting This function serves to set the level for the DTC (Ducati Traction Only if active To set the Traction sensitivity level, with the stationary, enter the #x201C;Setup menu page.

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2: the display will show LEV. 2#x201D;. page 5: the will show #x201C;Setup 5#x201D;. If you wish to set this press switch (1, fig.

10) in If you to set this level, press (1, fig. 10) in position B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D;.


page 8: the display will #x201C;Setup LEV. 8#x201D;. on how to select the sensitivity level If you to set this level, press (1, fig.

10) in position B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D; for 3 the instrument panel will automatically quit this and return to the initial display, The 8 DTC settings have been using.

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The choice of the level depends on 3 main Tips for use on the track We recommend level 8 is used for a couple of laps 1) The amount of grip (type of tyre, amount of (to the tyres to warm up) in order to get to the tyre wear, the track weather conditions, etc.).


Clock setting function function is used to set the clock To set the clock, enter the menu and the #x201C;TIME Set#x201D; page. this page, if you press (1, fig. 10) in position B #x201C;#x25BC;#x201D; for 3 you enter clock setting

On entering this function, the #x201C;AM#x201D;.

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Instrument diagnostics Warning Every an error is displayed, always an Important authorized Ducati Centre. The instrument runs the diagnostics correctly 60 seconds the last Key-Off. Any errors in the behaviour of the motorcycle are displayed.


Warning light Error Error COIL 11.2 cylinder coil error 12.1 Horizontal cylinder error INJE 12.2 cylinder injector error 13.1 Vertical cylinder error INJE 13.2 cylinder injector error 14.1 Horizontal cylinder error INJE 14.2 cylinder injector error.


Warning light Error Error STRT 19.1 contactor error STRT Starter contactor error 21.1 Stepper motor STEP. 21.2 Stepper error STEP. 21.3 motor error LAMB.

Lambda heater error 22.2 Lambda heater EXVL 23.1 Exhaust motor error.

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light Error message Throttle position sensor PRESS Pressure sensor PRESS Pressure sensor T.WAT Engine coolant sensor error T.WAT coolant temperature sensor Air temperature sensor error Air sensor error BATT voltage error BATT voltage error LAMB.


Warning light Error Error 30.0 Engine ECU PK.UP 34.0 Pick-up error SPEE. 36.0 sensor error IMMO Immobilizer error IMMO Immobilizer error IMMO Immobilizer error IMMO Immobilizer error 38.0 CAN error.

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Display Intelligent headlight switch-on The panel backlighting is always at key- This function programmed activation of the headlight ON. The panel is equipped with sensors even with the off (Key-Off). that detect the light level and at night the Immediately after key-off, the panel remains maximum level by 20% to prevent glare.

46: The Immobilizer System

These the #x201C;code#x201D; of the immobilizer system. Your Ducati dealer may ask you to your Code Card in to carry out certain servicing The black keys (B) are the keys for use, and are used — the engine;.

Page 47: Code

Code card A CODE (fig. 30) is supplied with the showing the electronic code (A, 31) that must be used if the is locked by the immobilizer and consequently not start at the next Key-On.

Keep the CODE CARD in a place.

Page 48: Immobilizer Procedure

Immobilizer override Should the immobilizer become you can perform the #x201C;Immobilizer Override#x201D; from the instrument panel by the respective function as follows: the #x201C;CODE#x201D; page from the Notes B = ON for 3 secs. This should be active only if is at least one immobilizer error.


Entering the code: If the code has entered correctly, the message on entering this function, the digit on the left starts and the itself will flash for 4 seconds. flashing. The motorcycle warning light (9, fig. 4) switch Switch (1, fig.

50: Duplicate Keys

CODE 1) if the code is recognised, the protection releases The Ducati Service will program all the new keys as the lock. When you press the (2, fig.

36) well as any keys you have.

Page 51: Ignition And Steering Lock

Ignition and steering lock (fig. 33) is located in front of the fuel and has four positions: A) ON: enables and engine operation; B) OFF: lights and engine operation; C) the steering is locked; D) P: parking on and steering locked.

Page 52: Handlebar Switch

Left-hand switch (fig. 34) 1) Dip switch, light selector switch: = low beam headlight on; position = beam headlight on. 2) Switch = turn signal: centre = off; position = left position = right turn.

To the indicator, press the lever it has returned to the central position.

53: Clutch Lever

Clutch The lever (1) disengages the clutch. The adjuster (2) serves to alter the of the lever from the handlebar. distance is adjusted by 10 clicks of the (2).

Turn the knob to move the lever away twistgrip, or anti-clockwise to move it

Page 54: Right-hand Handlebar Throttle Twistgrip

Right-hand switch (fig. 36) 1) Two-position STOP switch: position = run; position (OFF) = engine. Warning This is mainly intended for use in emergencies you need to stop the engine

After stopping the engine, the switch to the position to start the

Page 55: Front Brake

Front brake lever 37) Pull the lever (1) towards the to operate the front brake. The is hydraulically assisted and you only to pull the lever gently.

The lever (1) has a knob (2) for adjusting the between lever and twistgrip on the

Page 56: Rear Brake Gearchange Pedal

Rear pedal (fig. 38) Push on the pedal (1) with your to operate the rear brake. The is controlled hydraulically. fig. 38 pedal (fig.

39) The gear pedal is at rest when in position N, and automatically returns to the position.

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Adjusting the of the gearchange and rear brake (fig. 40 and fig. 41) The position of the and rear brake pedals in to the footrests can be adjusted to suit the of the rider.

To adjust the position, as follows: restrain the tie-rod (1) and the locknuts (2) and (3).

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To adjust the position of the brake pedal, proceed as Loosen the locknut (4). the pedal travel adjustment (5) until the pedal is in the desired Tighten the locknut (4) to a torque of 2.3 Nm.

the pedal by hand to check there is 1.5 to 2 mm of freeplay before the bites.

Page 59: Position On

Main components and devices on motorcycle (fig. 42) 1) Fuel filler cap. 2) Catalytic 3) Sidestand. 4) Steering damper. 5) mirrors. 6) Front fork 7) Rear shock absorber 8) Suspension tie-rod for adjustment of ride height.

9) Exhaust (see note on page

Page 60: Fuel Tank Cap

Fuel tank filler cap 43) Opening Raise the cover (1) and the key into the lock. Give the key a 1/4 clockwise to unlock. Lift the

Closing Close the cap with the key and push it into its seat. the key anticlockwise to the initial position and it.

Page 61: Sidestand

Sidestand (fig. 44) It is advisable to check that the stand mechanism of two springs, one inside the other) and safety sensor (2) are working Before lowering the sidestand, that the ground is sufficiently and firm.

Notes Do not park on ground, gravel or on asphalt The engine can be started with the down.

Page 62: Steering

Steering damper (fig. 45) The damper is located in front of the and secured to the frame and the top yoke. The helps improve steering and stability, and thus also ride quality in all riding

Turn the knob (1) clockwise to a stiffer damping action or to soften it.

Page 63: Front Adjusters

Front fork The front fork can be adjusted for compression and spring preload. The are adjusted by way of external adjuster 1) to adjust rebound damping 46); 2) to adjust inner preload (fig.

46); 3) to compression damping (fig.


The STANDARD factory settings are as compression: 8 clicks; rebound: 10 Spring preload: with the FULLY SCREWED OUT, in (clockwise) 8 turns; this to a spring preload of 8 mm. To change the preload for each fork turn the adjuster (2, fig.

65: Rear Shock Absorber

Rear shock absorber (fig. 48) The shock absorber has adjusters that enable you to the suspension to suit the load on the The two adjusters on the shock absorber serve to adjust the compression (1 #x2013; gold) and the rebound (2 — black).

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the desired spring preload has set, re-tighten the upper nut. Warning Use a pin wrench to the preload adjusting nut. special care when the nut, to avoid injuring hand by striking it violently other parts of the motorcycle if the suddenly slips off the nut while

Page 67: Adjusting The Rear Height

Adjusting the rear height (fig. 49, fig. 50 and 51) The standard ride height is the result of rigorous testing out in a wide variety of conditions by our staff.

Modifying the ride is a very critical operation, and can be if carried out by untrained persons.


The maximum distance that the end fitting (A) can be unscrewed from the body is 5 threads, or 7.5 mm (B). 51.

Page 69: Riding The Motorcycle, Precautions

Riding the motorcycle To all the mechanical moving parts in the to adapt to one another, and to avoid the life of the main engine it is advisable to avoid sudden and running the engine at high rpm for too especially uphill.

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the running-in period, be careful to to the recommended maintenance schedule and service intervals indicated in the booklet. Failure to follow instructions releases Ducati Holding S.p.A. from any whatsoever for any engine damage or engine life.

Page 71: Checks

Before starting, the following points: If there are any or malfunctions, do not start Fuel in the tank the motorcycle and contact DUCATI Dealer or Check the level in the tank. Re-fuel if (page 75). Authorized Centre.

Page 72: Starting The

Starting the engine Warning starting the engine, familiarise with the controls that you use when riding (page Warning Never start or run the in enclosed space. Exhaust are toxic and may lead to loss of or even … within a time.

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Notes The can be started with the sidestand and the gearbox in neutral. If starting a gear engaged, pull in the lever (in this case the must be up). 2) Check the stop switch (2, fig.

54) is to (RUN), then press the button (3, fig.

Page 74: Off, Braking

Moving off 1) Disengage the clutch by squeezing the lever. Slow down in change down to use the engine 2) Push down the gearchange firmly with the tip of then both brakes. Pull in the lever before the your to engage first gear.

75: Stopping The Motorcycle, Parking

the motorcycle Warning Reduce change down and release the twistgrip. Using padlocks or locks designed to prevent down to engage first and then neutral. Apply of the motorcycle (such as brake locks, rear the brakes and the motorcycle to a complete stop.

Page 76: Refuelling

Refuelling 55) Max level Do not overfill the tank refuelling. The fuel level always be below the rim of the filler

Warning Use fuel with low content and an original octane of 95 minimum (see table and lubricants#x201D; on page 112).

77: Accessories Supplied

To close the back, turn the fastener until it engages. fig. 56 A seat lock (C) is also so that the motorcycle may be converted single seat to dual to do this, contact an Authorized Service Centre. fig. 57.


The 1098 R version is supplied vs. EU, UK, CND, FRA, JAP — fibre silencers (1, fig. — dedicated ECU (2, fig.

The 1098 R USA version is supplied — carbon fibre (1, fig. 58); — ECU (2, fig.

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The 1098 R version is supplied with: numbered identification plaque (3, 59); — rear stand (4, fig. 59); bag (5, fig. 59); — cover (6, fig.

59); carbon fibre silencers (7, 59); — dedicated ECU (8,

Page 81: Usb Data Acquisition Kit

USB Acquisition kit A USB data acquisition kit (1) is with the bike. To use the kit, the device under the seat the cap (2) fitted and the connector (3) from the wiring loom connected. to the #x201C;DDA Data Acquisition

Page 82: Main Maintenance Removal Of The Fairings

Main Operations Side fairings the side fairings using the key located in the underseat compartment; the two bolts (1) securing the fairing to the brackets; the six bolts (2) securing the panels to the headlight fairing;.


Notes Be careful of the splashguard, is released by the fairing panel Notes To refit the left panel, lower the sidestand and it through the aperture in the panel. 63.

Ducati Superbike 1098 R

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Rearview mirrors the bolts (1) securing the rearview Release the pins (2) from the clips (3) attached to the headlight bracket (4). Slip off the covers (5) and disconnect the turn wiring connector (6).

the procedure to remove the other mirror.

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Rear-view extension kit Remove the rear-view as described above. Unscrew the two (1) and remove the original spacer Insert the spacer supplied in the kit insert the twop long supplied in the kit (4) and tighten them an Allen key.

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fairing Notes To remove the fairing, first remove the view mirrors and side panels as described above. the two rear bolts (1) securing the fairing to the headlight support. After refitting the headlight refit the side body and rear-view mirrors.

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and topping up the coolant level 69) Check the coolant level in the reservoir on the right side of the It should be between the two marks (1) and Mark (2) indicates MAX level, and (1) indicates MIN level.

Top up if below the MIN

Page 88: Checking The Brake And Fluid Level

Brake and fluid must be topped up and at the intervals specified in the routine table (see Warranty by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Centre. Important It is recommended all brake and clutch hoses be every four years.


If there is too much play at the lever and the motorcycle jumps or when a gear is engaged, indicates air in the system. Contact a Dealer or Authorized Service to have the system inspected and the air from the system.

Page 90: The Brake Pads For Wear

If the in the pad friction material are still the pad is still in good condition. Have the brake pads by a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Centre. 1 mm fig. 72.

Page 91: Cables And Linkages

Ducati or Authorized Service Centre. To problems, periodically open the housing by unscrewing the two bolts (1, 73) and lubricate the ends of each cable and the races with Advance Grease or Retinax

Page 92: Adjustment Of The Throttle Free Play

Adjustment of the cable free play mm #x27A4; #x27A4; The throttle should have free of 1.5 to 2 mm (measured in terms of twistgrip in all steering positions. If necessary, using the adjusters (1 and 2, 1,5#xF7;2 mm

Page 93: Charging The Battery

the battery Warning (fig. 76) charging the battery, it is best to it from the Keep the battery out of the of children. motorcycle. Remove the fairing (page 81), the bolt (1) Charge the battery at 0.9 A for 5 to 10 and remove the bracket (2).

94: Checking The Chain Tension

the chain tension (fig. 77 and 78) Important Have the chain at a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Centre.

Chain tensioning (on hold a rule half way the bottom run of the chain, push on the chain and adjust the tension the distance between the aluminium of the and the centre of the chain pin is 33 to 35 mm.

Page 95: Lubricating The Drive

Lubricating the drive chain The fitted on your motorcycle has that keep dirt out of and inside the sliding parts. So as not to these seals when the chain, use special solvents and aggressive washing with steam cleaners.

Page 96: The High And Low Beam Bulbs

the high and low beam bulbs replacing a burnt-out bulb, sure that the new one matches the and wattage specifications in theparagraph System#x201D; on page 118. check that the new bulb before refitting removed Figure 79 shows the position of the low (LO), high beam and side light (1) bulbs.


Notes It is not necessary to disconnect the wiring loom cable in to replace the headlight bulbs. Be careful to hold the new bulb at the only. Never touch the body with your or it will blacken resulting in bulb brilliancy.

Page 98: The Sidelight Bulb

Changing the bulb To access the sidelights reach your hand the headlight support and take the out of their seats. Turn the retaining ring (1) anti-clockwise and the burnt-out bulb. Renew the bulb.

On refitting, turn the (1) clockwise to secure it.

Page 99: Turn Signals, Number Light

Rear turn (fig. 82) To change the rear signal bulbs, rotate the signal body (1) by a quarter of a so that the lens is facing and withdraw it from the support. The has a bayonet-type end fitting: to remove it, it in and turn it counter-clockwise.

Page Headlight Aim

Headlight aim (fig. 84) To the headlight aim, place the upright with the tyres to the correct pressure and one person astride the motorcycle. The motorcycle be perfectly vertical, with its axis at right angles to a or screen at a distance of 10 metres.

101: Rearview Mirror

The horizontal position of the left-hand can be adjusted by means of the adjuster (1, fig. 85) located behind the Turn the screw clockwise and the will shift to the right; the screw anti- clockwise shift the beam to the left.

The position of the left-hand headlight can be by means of the adjuster screw (2,

Page 102: Tubeless

0.2 to 0.3 bar when riding on bumpy Important Do not remove or alter the of the wheel balancing weights. If tyres need changing, a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Centre to make sure are removed and refitted correctly.


Minimum tread depth the tread depth (S, fig. 87) at the where the tread is most It should not be less than 2 mm, and in any not less than the legal

Important Visually inspect the at regular intervals for cracks and especially on the side walls, and or large stains that internal damage.

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the filler cap. Important To the engine oil and filters at the intervals in the maintenance table in the Warranty contact a Ducati dealer or Service Centre. fig. 88 Oil SAE 15W-50 The other viscosity shown in the table can be used if the average temperature is within the specified for that oil viscosity.

105: Cleaning And Renewing The Plugs

The condition of the spark provides a good indication of how the engine is running. Have the plugs inspected or renewed at a Dealer or Authorized Workshop. they will check the of the ceramic insulator of the central an even brown colour is a that the engine is in good order.

Page 106: Cleaning

General cleaning To preserve the original shine on surfaces and There may be loss of efficiency immediately paintwork, and clean your motorcycle at intervals after washing the Never grease or lubricate on the type of use and according to the particular the discs.

Page 107: The Motorcycle, Important Notes

If the has been left unused for than a month, the battery be checked and re-charged if necessary. the motorcycle with a specific cover that will not the paintwork or retain moisture. type of motorcycle cover is from Ducati Performance.

108: Maintenance, Programmed Plan: Operations To Be Carried Out By The

Maintenance Programmed maintenance operations to be carried out by the dealer km List of operations with miles x1000 22.5 (distance or time interval*) #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; Change the oil #x2022; #x2022; #x2022;.


km x1000 List of operations frequency miles x1000 37.5 (distance or time Months #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; Check body synchronisation and idle setting (1) #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; the brake and clutch fluid #x2022;.

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km x1000 of operations with frequency x1000 22.5 37.5 or time interval*) Months #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; Check tightness of the front axle nut #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; #x2022; Check of the rear wheel axle nut

Page 111: Programmed Plan: Operations To Be Carried Out By The

Programmed maintenance plan: to be carried out by the customer km x1000 of operations with frequency x1000 (distance or time Months #x2022; Checking the oil level #x2022; Check the and clutch fluid levels Check tyre pressure and #x2022;.

Page 112: Technical

Technical data In running without liquids and battery: 165 kg. laden: 330 kg. Overall dimensions (fig.

90) Warning Weights to observe weight limits result in poor In running without fuel: handling and the performance of your motorcycle, 180 kg.


Fluids and lubricants Type tank, including a reserve of 4 dm Unleaded fuel with 95 octane rating (at least) dm (litres) Lubrication circuit — Advance Ultra 4 3.7 dm Front/rear brake and clutch Special fluid for hydraulic #x2014;.

Page 114: Timing System

Engine system 4#x2013;… 2-cylinder #x201C;L#x201D; engine, 4 valves per Desmodromic (type) with valves per cylinder, operated by eight rocker arms (4 rockers and 4 closing rockers) (mm): and two overhead camshafts. by the crankshaft through 106.

115: Performance Data, Plug, Fuel System

data Fuel system speed in any gear should be only after MARELLI electronic injection. the correct period with the motorcycle Throttle body diameter: at the recommended intervals. 63.9 mm. per cylinder: 2. Holes per injector: plug 1 injector with 4 — Iwp162;.

Page Brakes

Brakes Rear drilled steel disc. diameter: Front 245 mm. Semi-floating dual disc. Hydraulically by pedal on right side. surface material: Make: BREMBO. Flange material: aluminium. P34c pistons. diameter: Friction material: 330 mm. I/D 450 FF.

Page 117: Transmission

Service Centre. Final ratio: 15/38. Warning gear ratios: For replacement of the sprocket, contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service

Incorrect replacement 30/17 of component could seriously your safety 27/20 and irreparable damage to the motorcycle.

118: Frame, Wheels, Suspension

Frame Suspension ALS 450 tube trellis frame. angle (on each side): 28#xB0; 30′. Hydraulic fork provided with adjusters Steering head for rebound, compression and preload inner springs of 24#xB0; fork legs).

Stanchion 43 mm with TIN treatment.

Page Exhaust System, Colour Electrical System

Colour Front: LED. Rear: type: R10W (12 V-10 W) 1098S Horn. Ducati red, code. 473.101 Brake light switches. code.

228.880 (PPG); 12 V-10 Ah. red frame with wheels. Alternator 12 V-480 W.


Fuses The electrical system are protected by nine fuses in the fusebox. The fusebox contains seven fuses plus two Refer to the table below to the circuits protected by the various and their ratings in amps. (1,

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A blown fuse can be by a broken filament (3, fig. Important To avoid possible circuits, switch the ignition key to OFF renewing the fuse. Warning use a fuse with a rating than that specified.

to observe this rule may the electric system or even fire.

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Key to the electrical system diagram 1) Right-hand switch 31) Neutral switch 2) Key 32) Oil pressure switch 3) Left fan 33) Rear brake light 4) Right cooling fan 34) ECU 5) Starter 35) Fuses 6) Starter contactor 36) switch 7) Battery.

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colour coding B Blue W V Violet Bk Black Y Yellow R Red Lb blue Gr Grey G Green Bn O Orange P Pink Notes The system wiring diagram can be at the end of this manual.

Page Routine Maintenance Record

maintenance record Name of Date Ducati Service 12,000 24,000 36,000 60,000.

Page 126: For States Of America Version Reporting Of Safety Defects, Warnings

Noise emission Reporting of safety defects Motor S.p.A. warrants this exhaust system, at the of sale, meets all applicable EPA Federal If you believe that vehicle has a defect which noise standards.

Page Tampering Warning

This prevents the If you are aware of any of the following have the escape of fuel from the throttle body and tank. vehicle inspected and by your local Ducati Symptoms: Hard starting or after starting.

Page Riding Safety

Riding When the roadway is wet, more on the throttle to control speed and less on the front and brakes. The points given are applicable for every day The throttle also be used judiciously to skidding motorcycle use and shoud be observed for safe the rear from too rapid acceleration or

Page 129: Protective Vehicle Identification Number

This motorcycle was not intended to be with a sidecar or to be used to tow any or other vehicle. Ducati not manufacture sidecars or trailers and predict the effects of such on handling or stability.

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Ducati Superbike 1098 R
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Ducati Superbike 1098 R
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