Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

New Scrambler backfires and Stalls

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Loud
    replied
    TPS may not have been set properly at the factory, or maybe the pickup wasn't torqued correctly. Glad to hear they fixed it for you

    Leave a comment:


  • AZAZL
    replied
    Mine's been sweet. After getting a new gearbox.

    EDIT: Ducati, not scrambler...

    Leave a comment:


  • Deefa
    replied
    Running like a dream since the reset. Did a run with PCR on friday night and didn't miss a beat. It seems to have a bit more go as well.

    Leave a comment:


  • Geeza
    replied
    No issues like that with mine! Even after I chucked on a slip on with no remapping!

    Leave a comment:


  • GsxInShed
    replied
    Mate..

    it's not "Date" night every night...

    unless you're in Greece.

    I digress. Had a mate with a 600 Dhamah exhaust nut came loose ALL the time... carried multi grips in tool kit..Ah DooKateye, you rock..

    Leave a comment:


  • Para045
    replied
    Originally posted by brendanc View Post
    Sounds like your speaking from experience..
    What can I say, I've known some very accommodating women

    Leave a comment:


  • brendanc
    replied
    Originally posted by Para045 View Post
    As does screwing Greek usually
    Sounds like your speaking from experience..

    Leave a comment:


  • Para045
    replied
    Originally posted by agrid View Post
    You've got it all wrong.

    Drive German, ride Italian, kiss French. Any deviation from this fundamental rule will end in tears.
    As does screwing Greek usually

    Leave a comment:


  • agrid
    replied
    You've got it all wrong.

    Drive German, ride Italian, kiss French. Any deviation from this fundamental rule will end in tears.

    Leave a comment:


  • Graelin
    replied
    Originally posted by Loud View Post
    To be fair, that's the same reaction I've had from a wide range of repairers (warranty and service) for Renaults, Aprilias and Peugeots.

    What would you suggest as a course of action for a repairer in that situation?
    A pity when you have to Buy the vehicle you like despite the dealer not because. I'm in the same situation.

    Not quite I bought a Citroen new once and warranty was pathetic, blamed the driver despite the fault being common across the model.

    Leave a comment:


  • DanFranko
    replied
    Cross threaded exhaust nut = loose exhaust + loose inlet manifold adaptor + fuc$&d condensor + me blocking off the fuel cap breather (accidentally) = bag loads of shit running and happy times on the DGR ride.

    Having said all that, it's not the bikes fault, but it's a Ducati and I am gonna blame it anyway.

    Leave a comment:


  • GsxInShed
    replied
    ^How do you know..?^^

    Leave a comment:


  • DanFranko
    replied
    It's a throwback to the original model...ask me how I know [emoji14]

    Leave a comment:


  • Para045
    replied
    It's the battery

    Leave a comment:


  • Loud
    replied
    Originally posted by Commander Keen View Post
    I suspected as much from the reaction you described.

    Hope it gets sorted.
    To be fair, that's the same reaction I've had from a wide range of repairers (warranty and service) for Renaults, Aprilias and Peugeots.

    What would you suggest as a course of action for a repairer in that situation?

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X