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It's what I get for having an old brunette Italian mistress. Lucrezia is leaking and needs Something for her incontinence. Maybe change her name to "Incontinentia"? See Monty Python "Life of Brian".

Anyway, a long winded request. We have a leak, lower right side between the core and the tank. New radiators from Omaha Ducati are, ready for this? $1879.98!! :eek:

Lots of them on Ebay, but I "ASSUME" all ST models use the same radiator. Do any other Ducati model radiators also work? I recently got a piece of fairing that had a mounting lug broken off from Ebay, so I was hoping to expand my options and try to avoid buying more useless junk parts.:mad:
This happened to us a couple of years ago, and in my research I seem to remember finding a reference to an auto radiator, if you can believe that. Anyhow, I never got to test it out as we found a salvage one from suncoastcyclesports.com (I think they also list on ebay). I've never had a problem with buying from those guys -- their descriptions are spot on.
 

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bearings

When swapping tires the other day, I found my front wheel bearings were on the way out. Wanting some quick shipping, I thought about trying Amazon, since we have a Prime account.

It seems that AmazonSupply and Amazon are the same. This is for non-C3 spec bearings. I bought these. They should be here tomorrow:
https://www.amazonsupply.com/dp/B002BBAZUQ/ref=ya_vo_0_0

And, there are a few choices for the C3 spec:
6005-2RS EMQ-Berliss, Deep Grove Ball Bearing, Electric Motor Quality, ABEC 3, Z2V2, C3 fit: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

[ame]http://www.amazon.com/6005-2rs-Premium-Bearing-Bearings-ABEC3/dp/B00AD6CNXI/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1403196459&sr=8-6&keywords=6005-2rs%2Fc3[/ame]


I seem to be getting about 20,000mi out of a set of bearings regardless of the C3 spec. The first set that I got from Boca bearings was C3 and the last ones that I got from LT was not C3.

Have a good one.
 

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Fuel pump relay,

from advance auto it's Borg Warner # R3112 around $9
Retail price is $8.99 ea. If you ever buy from Advance Auto Parts know that a quick Google search will always net you some valuable coupon codes for buying via their website. You can buy online and pick up in the store. I just bought 2 of these and got 30% off making them $6.29/ea.
 

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Very helpful info and thanks very much.

Some of the newer five pin relays are marked 12v and others marked 24v. But it seems the voltage isn't noted in the part number. Any diff between the two as far as we're concerned?

Steve

The OEM relays on the ST4S are trouble prone and can fail at any time particularly after 4/5 years.

They were made by German firm Siemens who were purchased by electronics giant Tyco who have since become TE

The original relays were Siemens part number V23073. This is discontinued for the V23074 which is 3m taller and wider but includes a resistor across the coil terminals to suppress negative drop out voltage spikes.

Also the original was a make and break circuit know as “form A”. (two terminals for the switching, two for the coil) Most relay companies stop making these now and offer the same relay as change over type known as “form C” (three terminals for switching - a common, a normally open and a normally closed). The duke can live with this new type as the fifth unused terminal socket is in place but just not needed.

So all relays on the ST can be changed for these new types

Old Siemens number V23073
New Tyco/TE Number 5-1393294-8
Form A

Old Siemens number V23074 A1001-A302 OR 402
New Tyco/TE Number 1393292-5
Form A

Old Siemens number V23074 A1001-A303 OR 403
New Tyco/TE Number 8-1393292-4
Form C
RS Components Number 535-2542
8-1393292-4 Product Details - TE

Old Siemens number V23074 A1001-H1005
New Tyco/TE Number 2-1419714-4
Form A (High Current)
 

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Steve,

You should be able to buy these in NZ

Part number TR039PAC Has 5 pins but one pin is not used.

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Yes. The end that comes on a new Bosch pump simply pops off. Not sure what that link with the drill and dremel tool business was all about...

I had a bad pump in the 916 project parts box, with all the fixins, on hand and ordered two of these for spares: [ame]http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000BZICV8?keywords=Bosch%2069238&qid=1448838474&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1[/ame]. Wanted to have a ready spare to swap into the ST. Pretty sure that pump is dying.

I actually just did this today after the mailman delivered my new spare pumps.

New pump


New pump with end popped off.


The part that was popped off


Old pump


Old pump parts you save. The little clip is pressed on, not sitting in a groove like a normal circlip. If you bend it a little, just bend it back.


New pump with old parts. Tap the clip in place with a deep 1/8" socket.


New pump ready to install.
 

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Does anyone have any information on the bulbs used on the Speedo & Tacho's, and any suitable LED equivalents? I have a bulb gone on the lower portion of the speedo, so have decided that if I change one, I may as well change the lot for LED's.
 

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I do... I was supposed to update this list with that info a while ago!

For the dash, you will need T5 bulbs. These fit in the indicator lamp sockets (low fuel, high beam etc). You can replace all of them except the directional lamp due to it having polarity depending on left or right directional selected.
eBay example: 10 x White 6000K 58 70 73 74 T5 Dashboard Gauge 3 3528 SMD LED Wedge Bulb Light | eBay

For the gauges, you use T10 bulbs.
eBay example: 4X 10 LED White Interior SMD Lights Bulbs T10 921 6000K License Plate Brand New | eBay

All LEDs will be polarized, so check for function before buttoning things up. If it doesn't work, pull it out and reverse the way the bulb is inserted.
 

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I just went through the whole thread and couldn't find the answer.

Which is the temp sender that turns the fan on earlier?

Craig
 

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Other Fuel Filter Option

MAHLE Original KL 145 Fuel Filter
by MAHLE Original
Brand MAHLE Original
Model KL 145
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 2.2 x 2.2 x 3.9 inches
Origin Germany
Item model number KL 145
Manufacturer Part Number KL 145
OEM Part Number BMW:13321460453, BMW:13321461265, BMW:13322305766, BMW:16142325859, DUCATI MOTORCYCLES:0241441800, DUCATI MOTORCYCLES:42440041A, DUCATI MOTORCYCLES:42540041A, DUCATI MOTORCYCLES:42540041B, TRIUMPH:1240850

About $21.00 on Amazon. Mahle stuff is usually high quality. I am going to order one to try it in my tank.
 

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And it filters to 10 Microns
Fuel filter. EFI - internal tank.
Mahle KL145

Mahle KL145 Original Equipment Fuel Filter. Fits BMW R and K bikes 1985 - on, Moto Guzzi , Ducati and triumph EFI with Internal Fuel Filter. This is the after /post-fuel pump filter;
Application: All BMW K bikes (except newest K1200S/R/GT), All BMW R850, R1100, R1150 and R1200 bikes (except newest Hexheads). Also fits many other European Motorcycles, including Triumph, Moto Guzzi, Ducati, Aprilia, etc...

Vehicle Mfg. Part #: BMW #16 14 23 25 859, Mann # MWK 44; 66 300 59 940, Moto Guzzi # 01106090 or 30106000, Triumph # 1240850

Pressure Rated 80 PSI / 5 BAR
Filtration Efficiency 10 Micron
Outside Diameter: 1 29/32 inch ( 48.4mm )
Inlet: 5/16 inch ( 8mm )
Outlet: 5/16 inch ( 8mm )
Length: 4 5/32 inch ( 105.6 mm )


$41.90 including GST
 

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I searched the thread. I didn't see any specific models listed for radiator compatibility, even within the Ducati range. Can anyone tell me what Ducati bikes use the same radiator as the ST4S? Monster S4R, 996, ST3S?
 

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Relays -- Ducati 541.4.003.1A & 541.4.010.1A

Courtesy of and with credit to -- Replacement Relays

Bitron B047E 46520411-232006 & 232008
Borg-Warner (BWD) R3223
BMW 61 36 1 393 412 & 61 36 1 393 415
Bosch 0-332-207-307
Ducati 541.4.003.1A & 541.4.010.1A
Ford F57B-14B192-AA
Hella 4RD 931 524-02
Hongfa HFV6 012ZS-TR & 012HS-TR
NAIS ACM13221 & ACM33221
NHG NVFMCZ20 & NVFMCZ25
Omron G8HN-1A2T & G8HN-1C2T
Siemens V23073 & V23074
Song Chuan 871-1C-S-R1-12VDC
Tyco A1001-A402 & A1001-A403
Zettler AZ988-1CT-12DC1R(201)
 
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