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Old 22-Jul-2005, 10:04 AM
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996R/998S Owners - a favour please

Just want to make sure that I'm fitting the correct ECU to my 996R. Andyb kindly sent me 3 to try and I'm fitting 50mm open Termis today - can any of you guys/Lily running the same engine and exhaust please let me know what the serial numbers on your ECU are? Many thanks
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 10:12 AM
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Henners, how urgent is this, Lily and I are both at work, probably won't be able to check until sometime tomorrow as the bikes don't reside where we live.

Saying that Bob has a 54mm system, so doubtful it would be the same anyway
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 10:26 AM
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Thanks Jon

.. no rush. I've got 4 of the things to choose from all different serial numbers
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 10:42 AM
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I'll check when I get home this evening...probably about 7.00ish, Ian
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 11:06 AM
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67 or 61 600 655 00
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Hope that helps.
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 11:08 AM
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Not sure if this is any help, as the ECUs for the 996R/998S were only sold in cans + chips according to the DP catalogue:


Ducati ECU (Fuel Chip) Application List
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Taken from Ducati SBK Catalogue 2003
(old ECU codes are shown in brackets from 2001 catalogue)

96502394C (08054/1) - 916 Monoposto '94, silencers Racing
965013AAA (08054/3) - 916 Biposto silencers Racing
965015AAA (08054/11) - 996 Racing silencers
965014AAA (08054/6) - 748 Twin-seat silencers Racing
965024AAA (08054/15) - 748R Silencers Racing

96502694C (08054/19) - 916 Monoposto '94, silencers 50
965027AAA (08054/20) - 916 Biposto silencers 50
965025AAA (08054/22) - 996 Silencers 50
96506501B (n/a) - 996S Silencers Racing 50
965028AAA (08054/17) - 748 Biposto silencers 50
965029AAA (08054/18) - 748SPS Silencers 50
965030AAA (08054/16) - 748R Silencers 50

96503394C (08054/2) - 916 Monoposto '94, complete assembly 50
96503494C (08054/4) - 916 Biposto complete assembly 50
965035AAA (08054/5) - 916SP Complete assembly 50
965031AAA (08054/14) - 996 Complete assembly 50
965032AAA (08054/26) - 996SPS/916SPS Complete assembly 50
965036AAA (08054/7) - 748 Biposto complete assembly 50
965044AAA (08054/8) - 748SPS Complete assembly 50
965037AAA (08054/25) - 748R Complete assembly 50

965038AAA (08054/23) - 996 Complete assembly 52
965040AAA (08054/21) - 916 Biposto complete assembly 52
965035AAA (08054/5) - 916 SP Complete assembly 52
965039AAA (08054/24) - 996SPS/916SPS Complete assembly 52

Aluminum silencer set + injection control unit
96418702B ( 45) 998 Bip
96419002B ( 50) 998S, 996R

Titanium silencer set + injection control unit
96418902B ( 45) 998 Bip
96419202B ( 50) 998S, 996R

Carbon silencer set + injection control unit
96418802B ( 45) 998 Bip
96419102B ( 50) 998S, 996R


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Old 22-Jul-2005, 11:29 AM
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Can check later and let you know.
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 11:40 AM
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By the way, 996R running 50 mm open carbon termi's.
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 01:04 PM
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Thanks smilo, thanks all

I've just given the bike a quick run on the standard ECU with the 50mm Termis fitted and as you'd expect she's not happy. Smilo - I have an ECU that matches the serial number you quoted; as it runs fine for you then that could be the one. Will just wait for Ian and Tim to confirm later.

BTW guys, on the other side of this ECU there's a label marked: IAW 59M.A4/HW0101/0115_115 12V= 144 01 then a bar code and OL+DD8P58. Is yours the same Smilo?
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Old 22-Jul-2005, 01:42 PM
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Henners,

I'll check mine tonight as well.
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