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Offline BW005   gb

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Clunky gearbox solved
on: September 07, 2020, 07:08:09 pm
September 07, 2020, 07:08:09 pm
 :046: finally sorted out noisy clunky gearbox.
Having suffered a severe clunky gearbox that sounded like a percussion band with hammers every time I changed gear, I have finally got to the bottom of it. Talking to a Ducati dealer friend, not the one I bought the bike from, he suggested it was a dqs issue which was confusing the software. I disabled the dqs and did not suffer a single clunk on a 30 mile ride. Iíve suffered this noise since day one and was told I had to change gear above 4500rpm. Makes for interesting riding in town. Not only has the percussion band left but all the false neutrals as well.
Itís now going back to dealer but is worrying as itís now done just over 1000 miles and worried what damage has been done to gearbox.
I canít believe Ducati still havenít sorted the dqs system. I can ride again without sounding like a learner changing gear.

 


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