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    Hi Ruari and welcome. If I remember correctly the...

    Hi Ruari and welcome. If I remember correctly the Capriola is 125 or maybe 175 single with rockers operated by a face cam. Very interesting :)
  2. Multistrada Dirt gets into the eccentric, mainly through a...

    Dirt gets into the eccentric, mainly through a hole in the hollow swinging arm at the front behind the crankcase. This will eventually cause the adjuster to seize up. It should be dismantled every...
  3. That surely depends on your location.

    That surely depends on your location.
  4. A Bit Of Market Research If You Have A Moment...

    I have taken the opportunity to copy this post from another forum since it would be of particular interest to Ducati owners in Scotland.
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    The older one has 4 x M6 threaded holes to attach...

    The older one has 4 x M6 threaded holes to attach a plate, there doesn't appear to be any such holes on the newer one.
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    Looking at the parts lists they appear to be...

    Looking at the parts lists they appear to be completely different.

    The 2010-14 model
    12309

    and the 2015 on inc the 950
    12310
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    And it seems that in England RUPPs since May 2006...

    And it seems that in England RUPPs since May 2006 have been redesignated as restricted byways providing right of way to walkers, horse riders and cyclists and other non-mechanically propelled...
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    Plenty of forestry roads but whether you are...

    Plenty of forestry roads but whether you are allowed to use them is a different matter. Most tracks belong to the landowner and the right to roam legislation doesn't cover vehicular access and I...
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    Certificate of Mutual Recognition...

    Certificate of Mutual Recognition and Certificate of Conformity are both mentioned on the DVLA site about Importing a Vehicle.
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    I'm not sure that your procedure for adjusting...

    I'm not sure that your procedure for adjusting and measuring the clearances is correct. If a tighter opener clearances are reducing the compression I would suggest that the valves aren't fully...
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    Sorry I can't help you. I have heard of other...

    Sorry I can't help you. I have heard of other folk being required to supply a Certificate of Conformity for DVLA registration and believe that Ducati UK should be able to supply it, failing that...
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    Dealer only I'm afraid. They should be able to...

    Dealer only I'm afraid. They should be able to clear the code so that a new one can be set.
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    The Oberon slave doesn't use the rubber boot....

    The Oberon slave doesn't use the rubber boot. I've no idea why the push rod broke though. I've never heard of it before and even if it broke surely the parts would be contained within the tunnel...
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    It's a poor connection in the main supply,...

    It's a poor connection in the main supply, possibly at the battery or the battery ground to engine.
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    That sounds like normal for a good battery. When...

    That sounds like normal for a good battery. When the engine is running it should read about 14.0V - 14.5V although it may take a minute or so to reach that after a cold start.
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    The DuN email server has been out of action for a...

    The DuN email server has been out of action for a couple of years for complex reasons that only Miles knew. Rather annoyingly, all new registrations haven't been getting the automated emails that...
  17. Thread: starting problem

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    Check the battery earth cable to the engine. It...

    Check the battery earth cable to the engine. It bolts to the crankcase at the rear of the clutch.
    The solenoid connects straight to the battery so will have 12V on that side. The other solenoid...
  18. Thread: starting problem

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    I had similar problems with my 907. A delay...

    I had similar problems with my 907. A delay before the starter turned and not as quickly as I thought it should.
    Initially I fitted new starter brushes - no difference. Then I replaced the solenoid...
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    Sticky: 142 to 148 is only 6mV. If you can get it centred...

    142 to 148 is only 6mV. If you can get it centred on 150 so that it's variance is from 147 to 153 it should certainly be good enough and far better than it was before you started.
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    Sticky: Well done Frank, you're getting there. :) ...

    Well done Frank, you're getting there. :)

    Getting the airbox off can be a right pig, with the bellmouths invariably stuck and you can't get a proper grip on the front one. I've sometimes used a...
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