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Hi guys,

Only new to this forum but have been perusing for a while. I have searched the Forum and the Web but cant seem to find a downloadable

Workshop Manual for a 1990 900 supersport.

Any links or help would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance
 

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Since this is such a rare model, anyone who bought one had connections at the factory, just ask them next time you social distance with them on your yacht to send their family mechanic around to take care of it,...

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Use the manual for the 1989 model. It should be in the collection.
 

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So you are a real poster! As said above - the linked manual will suffice, the 91 model is nearly a complete overhaul of the design while still using mostly the same engine. It doesn't specifically cover the 89,90 models but the differences are minor.

Please post pics of your bike, it is a fairly rare one and I doubt there is more than a couple in the US and I worked at the third highest volume Ducati dealer in the country when that bike was still under warranty.

 

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Haha yes mate I am a real poster. I was really hoping for a manual that will cover the Webber carb as well. The link you attached is awesome but he can’t post till the 28th of April or thereabouts. So i am just being impatient, but with this covid 19 shit what better is there to do than work on the bike ?
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I saw a book once on just Webber carbs, it might have been Haynes or Chilton, that'll have what you need!
 

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paso and 750 sport will also have weber info in the manuals - it probably tells you to take it to a weber specialist. you really won't get anything of use out of the manual in that regard. the paso forum is the best place for finding info about playing with the weber - some of the paso guys are real nuts.

there's a few of the 90 in australia. while it's officially a 1990 model, i believe most of them were built in early/mid 89 at the old morini factory. if they'd waited for the 1990 updates to the paso bottom end it'd have a normal clutch set up.
 

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paso and 750 sport will also have weber info in the manuals - it probably tells you to take it to a weber specialist. you really won't get anything of use out of the manual in that regard. the paso forum is the best place for finding info about playing with the weber - some of the paso guys are real nuts.

there's a few of the 90 in australia. while it's officially a 1990 model, i believe most of them were built in early/mid 89 at the old morini factory. if they'd waited for the 1990 updates to the paso bottom end it'd have a normal clutch set up.
I went over to a 750 sport Forum and while looking I found a link for the Correct manual so now very happy ?
 
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