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Ducati issues five recalls on Panigale | PowersportsBusiness.com

Ducati issues five recalls on Panigale | PowersportsBusiness.com | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it

 Ducati has announced five recalls for the 1199 Panigale within the past week. The recalls effect steering, engine cooling, rear suspension and brake components.
Two recalls stem from the steering components of the bike. One was made because the screws that secure the steering damper to the steering head could fall out because not enough Loctite was applied to the threads. For this, dealers will be removing both screws, cleaning the threads, applying the proper amount of Loctite and tightening the screws to the proper torque settings. Also in the steering assembly, the Uniball bearing on the damper rod eyelet could slip out of its seat on the Ohlins steering damper. The solution for this is for dealers to install a special washer at the steering damper’s mounting point.

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Ducati Recalls 2012/2013 Diavel Motorcycles | Ultimate Motorcycling

  Ducati Diavel Recall Ducati has recalled 27 Diavel motorcycles due to side-stand issues; the affected motorcycles were manufactured from May 25, 2012, through June 28, 2012.


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Ultimate Motorcycling | Ducati Recalls Monster 1100 EVO

Ultimate Motorcycling | Ducati Recalls Monster 1100 EVO | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it
 Motorcycle Recall Ducati has recalled 2011-2012 Monster 1100 EVO motorcycles due to rear-wheel defects; 892 models are affected.

The Italian manufacturer says the recalled Monster 1100EVO naked bikes were manufactured from Jan. 17, 2011, through Jan. 24, 2012, and have the code DU6-RR marked on the rear wheel.

Over time, the spokes on the rear wheel may develop cracks, increasing the risk of a crash....more

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Ducati Recalls 1199 Panigale for 3 Issues | Motorcycle News

Ducati Recalls 1199 Panigale for 3 Issues | Motorcycle News | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it

Ducati has recalled 2,411 of its 1199 Panigale superbikes (model year 2012-2013) due to steering damper and engine cooling issues; the affected models were manufactured from March 16, 2012, through July 12, 2012.


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Ducati Issues Rear Brake Recall for Several 2012 Models | Motorcycle.com

Ducati Issues Rear Brake Recall for Several 2012 Models | Motorcycle.com | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it
Ducati is issuing a recall on several 2012 models because of a problem with the rear brake.

The models included are the 848 EVO, the Streetfighter 848, the Hypermotard 796, the ABS-equipped versions of the Multistrada 1200, and the Monsters 796 and 1100 EVO.

According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the friction material on the rear brake pads may detach from the backing plate, resulting in a drop in rear braking efficiency and increased stopping distance.

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Wall Street Journal | Ducati Recalls Motorcycles To Fix Fuel Leaks

Italian motorcycle maker Ducati Motor Holding SpA is recalling certain Monster and Hypermotard models from the 2011 and 2012 model years to fix potential fuel-system problems that could lead to fires.

The company said some of the bikes have fuel lines with a condition called micro-cracking that resulted from problems with raw materials used in the manufacturing process. The cracking could cause a fuel leak, which increase the risk of injury by fire....more

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