...so InnerNerd has a post regarding this but donít wanna crap on his thread (though the two are related), and I think I know why my Monster is stalling.
Itís definitely happening more and more now with the hot temps in Chicago but the behavior is that the RPMís dip below 1k when coming to a stop. I can recreate this every single time.
As Iím coming to a stop and I shift down to 1st gear, the RPM will go down to 900-700 rpmís and the bike will die. No problem, find Neutral and fire her right back up. But why do I have to do this every single time?
The bike is a 2012 796 model with 900 miles on the clock when I bought her. Iíve since put in 160 miles since ownership (yay!).
The bike has termi slip-ons installed by the original owner (unfortunately iím unable to reach out to him to find out more of the bikeís history) and the stock parts were given to me along with an ECU, which I would assume is stock and a different ECU is in place.
Will this bike benefit from an ECU flash? Is this something a Ducati shop can only perform or will an independent motorcycle shop able to do? I planned a nice, quiet ride this morning but it was cut short (only 5 miles in) due to the stalling and didnít want to endanger myself in the streets.
Help please! I want to spend more time on the bike rather than it sitting in the garage
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