Yes,thinking more,I also am pretty sure the problem is there:ignition.I remember that when it starts the smoke is comming out much more trough only one exaust.and I tried to adjust the carburators but one of them did not repond properly. But how is it possible to run on only one cylinder
Well, that is possible, no problem. But the bike won't give it's full output.
I once had it on a bike. One carburettor was blocked inside. Only after 1km, the second cilinder joined in
The bike run fine on one cilinder, but with both of them, it is a much more powerful bike!
laurentiu wrote:Anyway,now I am abroad and by the end of May I go home and I will fix it. Thank's for that information about the sparkplug gap! I was not really sure howmuch it should be.
Standard is 0,7mm (when you buy a new sparkplug). On the Ducati elletronica ignition it's best to set the gap at 0,5mm. Just try and look at the colour when the engine is warmed-up properly. It should be light-brown and dry.
laurentiu wrote:And any of you find one more electrical diagram for this kind of bike,please let me know! I would apreciate any advice. And by the way: does anybody know any parts providers? I need to change the starter because the mecanical part is broken.I need to replace it.Now it starts just by kik-pedal.Thank's a lot and have a good weekend!
It is very well possible the electric diagram is in the owners-manual. I will have a look.
Not sure about Italy: try Moto Moro in Varese (you can phone them as you speak Italian
). In Germany: Wolfgang Tritsch (see www.w-tritsch.de
) and in England: NLM (see www.northleicestermotorcycles.com
Perhaps some advice: Go and visit the 23rd Moto Morini meeting in Morano-sul-Po on 1/2/3 June. See www.morinispecial.it/joomla/
for the programme. You can exchange tips & trics from other owners.
I went there last year, see www.motomoriniclub.nl/morano2010.html
Brandnew (copy) Ducati elletrotechnica parts like transducers, pick-ups and can be bought here: www.nuovaray.com/VINTAGE_ENG.pdf
Good luck, please keep us informed about your progress!