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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Specific operating strategies

Idle speed

No electric motor is used for idle speed regulation (bypass is modulated instead with the throttle valve), as idle speed control is effected by the ride-by-wire system. Idle speed is maintained by the control unit when the speed drops below a specific threshold and when the clutch lever is operated and/or the gearbox is in neutral. The "clutch lever operated" signal is generated by a button on the lever itself, which interacts directly with the engine control unit. The "gearbox in neutral" signal is generated by the gear sensor connected to the bbs, and is transmitted to the engine control unit via the can line (target idle speed with engine stabilised at operating temperature is 1,350 rpm). The co value for each cylinder, always with engine stabilised at operating temperature, must be within 0.4 And 1.4 In volume percentage.

Throttle valve aperture regimens

The rider may select between four different riding modes (sport, touring, urban) from the tank dashboard and via the handlebar controls. Each riding mode contains three configurable throttle valve opening strategies (the engine control calibration parameters, in other terms the maps for quantity of fuel injected and ignition timing advance, are the same for all). This allows the rider to adapt power delivery and maximum power as follows to suit personal preferences:

Introduction to the engine control system
The engine control system used on the diavel consists of the following elements: Ride-by-wire system (motorised throttle valves with electric actuator, throttle grip position sensor and throt ...

Inputs and outputs of engine control unit and connection to can network
The diagram illustrates the inputs and outputs for the engine control unit. The signals from the brake buttons, the exhaust by-pass valve command signal and the gear sensor signal are transmitt ...

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Running-in recommendations
Maximum rpm (fig. 114) Rotation speed for running-in period and during standard use (rpm) Up to 1000 km; From 1000 to 2500 km. Up to 1000 km During the first 1000 km, keep an eye on the rev counter. It should never exceed 5500÷6000 rpm. During the first hours of riding, it ...

Reassembling the frame and the lateral footrests
Apply the recommended grease to the thread of the pins (9) and of the nuts (8). Place the frame (1) and the brackets (2) and (3) on the engine block. Start the pins (9) by holding the nuts (8) and insert without tightening the screws (6) into the adjusters (4). Position and fix the rear s ...

Removal of the brake discs
The front brake discs consist of an inner carrier, which is mounted to the wheel, and an outer rotor. Both parts must be changed together as a pair. Remove the front wheel (sect. 7 - 1, Removal of the front wheel). Undo the retaining screws (5) of the disc to the wheel, remove the disc (7) ...

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