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Yep, starting issue happened to me. Went for a 10 mile ride to a local restaurant, ate for 20 minutes, came out and the bike would not start, called the dealer and they walked me through there recommendation, still no good. The bike would start if you gave it gas, but would immediately die if you got off the throttle.

Tow truck came within 15 minutes, he also tried and thought definitely something was wrong. On the way to the dealer he says i bet you the thing starts when we get there, sure enough we unload and the tech comes up and it starts on the first try! WTF. He said it was the charcoal canister clogging up with gas. They cleaned it out and had me going again within 1hr of the issue, not bad. But really disappointed, and hope this is not a sign of more issues to come :mad:

 

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to be honest I don't want to have to remove anything to make it work and at the same time void any warranty.
 

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Chuck the can.
 
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I have the same issue. Everyone is removing the garbage canister and no one is having any warranty issues. It's a known problem that is easily solved by getting rid of the canister. I've yet to do it, but will the next time I remove the fairings.
 

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It would be great if everyone who simply removed the canister at least reported the problem to Ducati. If we don't let them know that so many of us are having this issue, they won't place a priority on the fix and will continue producing bikes with the same issue. I agree that it's really nice to be able to resolve the issue, but if we can get Ducati to fix this on the manufacturing side, we won't all have to do the work at our end.

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It would be great if everyone who simply removed the canister at least reported the problem to Ducati. If we don't let them know that so many of us are having this issue, they won't place a priority on the fix and will continue producing bikes with the same issue. I agree that it's really nice to be able to resolve the issue, but if we can get Ducati to fix this on the manufacturing side, we won't all have to do the work at our end.

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From what I understand. The canister is there to help meet Californian emissions regulations. No one else has this problem and it's unfortunate that all the US bike have them. You should remover them and send them to jerry brown.


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Had this for the first time yesterday with about 1,300 miles on her.

Sat for 20mins in my garage after a hard 3hr ride. Would only start with a little bit of throttle input and would die if I let off. All I had to do was barely hold the throttle above idle for about 15 secs then let go and it was good. Made a short ride to a friends house, shut it off, fired back up 5mins later no problem.
 
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