Don't worry about it - they all do thatMy girlfriend make weird noises what could it be? 🤔
G'day Basti35,Hi all Multistrada lovers. Few days ago I notice weird sound from right side of my Ducati engine. Any of you had a similar problem?
This bike has already 66K so maybe its never going to be the same sound like before.Mmmmm, assuming the coin jingling noise is the one you are concerned about.....I am guessing since the tech didn't notice any unusual noises, it's likely all normal. Often there are more noises after valve clearance adjustment because they have been reset and may just be tapping a bit more than previously noticed.
Noisy 'tappets' are better than 'quiet' tappets since no noise means closed clearance and eventually burned valves. (I know it's Desmo, just threw in the term tappet for fun).
I could be way wrong.....long distance diagnoses are woefully unreliable.
If no one else confirms, maybe drop by the service shop and ask.
At least it does not sound like a bearing rumble so it isn't going to break a crank. The engine sounds quite tight and nice for it's age.
Everything works perfect and plates are like bran newSee if there’s any change while the clutch is engaged.
Mechanic check filter and engine oil there is no metal debris. this bike has already 66.000 K on itEngine sounds smooth. No noticeable noise you could narrow it down to. Pull the clutch lever in and see if any noise goes away.
Too late, but if you could tear open the oil filter and look for metal debris, that would point to something. Clean means you're just hearing normal engine noises.
How many miles? And when do those cranks fail when they do is at what mileage?
Was the noise present before the service?This bike just came back from the service (valve adjustment ect.) mechanic check everything and there is no problem at all just that weird noise