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Old 20-Mar-2012, 01:14 PM
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Any ideas on what Plugs I should get? & where from, also after a fuel filter...
Ducati dealer is the best bet.
Also budget for tank 'o'ring seal and a couple of clips to clamp the fuel filter hose.The standard clips are the clic type and you should'nt really use them twice.Last time I changed one,I used some nice little stainless steel 'p' clips.
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Old 20-Mar-2012, 07:09 PM
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Checked 1st plug today, it had seen better days, I've ordered a pair of NGK CR9E, which came out of it....


Will also change the fuel filter, as I'm guessing I'll have to remove the tank to get to the 2nd plug right???

I take the fuel Filter will be under the tank also??

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Old 20-Mar-2012, 11:19 PM
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Yep, the tank is pretty easy to remove to get at the vertical cylinder plug.

To change the fuel filter, you need to remove the fuel pump from the tank!
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Old 21-Mar-2012, 10:51 AM
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I take the fuel Filter will be under the tank also??
Its inside the tank.When you lift the tank,you will see a round plate where the fuel lines and wiring connect.Filter and fuel pump are behind the plate.As in my previous post,you might also need a new sealing ring and a couple of hose clamps.
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Old 21-Mar-2012, 10:54 PM
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Good News (well for me)

New plugs added & cleaned Air filters..

Hit the start button & just like magic she started 1st time...

Over the moon! fairings back on.. roll on the weekend for some sunshine riding..

Thanks for all your responses...
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