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post #41 of 55 (permalink) Old Jul 22nd, 2019, 8:39 am
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Oh man. Iíll research that now. Probably why my bike is acting the way it is now.


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It wouldn't idle if they weren't plugged and it would misfire under load... that isn't to say they aren't leaking which is why I recommend just recapping them.

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So I came across this tutorial from a different forum and it talks of ďDucati 796 fuel vapor charcoal canister removalĒ and if I understand this correctly this mod is performed to eliminate idling and random shutting off during idle.

Whatís more interesting is it looks this similar mod was done on my bike but probably not performed to the T as it still has issues.

I also see this hose dangling on the side not capped.




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Hope itís ok to post this. Admins, delete if it violates any rules.


Is this a suggested mod to possibly fix MY idling?

Looks like it just joined the two hoses coming out of the tank via this T adapter. My current setup had the two hoses separated.




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The heck?? Would it cause harm to the bike? Maybe the root cause to it stalling? Still does it by the way


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No, that won't hurt your bike and won't affect the way it runs unless the bolts used to plug the two return hoses aren't providing a good seal. I'd remove the plugged hoses back at the engine and install a normal vacuum plug with clamp (2 places). I think the third hose is the inlet to the canister. This can be left hanging in a safe place. No need to do the complex hose routing from your last post.
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Rode for about 6 miles today and thrice I stalled coming to a stop.

I noticed that thereís clicking stemming from under the ignition as Iím coming slow or engine braking anticipating a red light. This is when I stall.

Yet once I arrived at home and switched to Neutral she stays on. I let the engine run for a couple minutes waiting for it to stall but does not.

What erratic behavior!


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You don't have the mileage to require a valve adjustment but you are way past due for some belts...that is if you haven't changed them already...and if the tires have been on there the same duration I wouldn't get carried away in the corners...coolant should be changed as well ...outside of that i would keep up with the seafoam...does the 796 have any idle adjustment screws anywhere?

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Ok, something you mentioned sparked an interest and honestly I wanted to ask a stupid question but hesitated but heck Iím knee deep into this now and just want a working motorcycle.

Coolant. Does the 796 have one? I thought this is Air cooled so it does not have that.

I looked around and under the trellis and couldnít find the reservoir - that was my other check.

To me it wouldíve been obvious that this is the likely culprit because it remained in storage for six years so it would have evaporated


And yes, I will be dropping it off my local shop to perform the belt change due to the age. Thank you as always!

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You donít have the mileage to require a valve adjustment but you are way past due for some belts...that is if you havenít changed them already...and if the tires have been on there the same duration I wouldn't get carried away in the corners...coolant should be changed as well ...outside of that i would keep up with the seafoam...does the 796 have any idle adjustment screws anywhere?

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Are you sure it stalls in neutral too?

Have you experienced any tendency of the bike to go forward while stopped and stalling in gear?

I'm sure it's a long shot, but my mind went on the clutch system.

Some air or a failing master/slave cylinder might cause such a problem.
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Ok, something you mentioned sparked an interest and honestly I wanted to ask a stupid question but hesitated but heck Iím knee deep into this now and just want a working motorcycle.

Coolant. Does the 796 have one? I thought this is Air cooled so it does not have that.

I looked around and under the trellis and couldnít find the reservoir - that was my other check.

To me it wouldíve been obvious that this is the likely culprit because it remained in storage for six years so it would have evaporated


And yes, I will be dropping it off my local shop to perform the belt change due to the age. Thank you as always!








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Palm to face...your air cooled...that part is good...lol my bad

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Oh man, that wouldíve been really swell if that was my problem. Haha. I appreciate it sir!

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Palm to face...your air cooled...that part is good...lol my bad

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