Tank removal

discussion about the 750 Sport and '89/'90 900SS, which share many mechanicals with the Paso series
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88Sport
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model: 750 Sport
year: 1988
Location: Australia

Tank removal

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Hi Guys I know this is a basic one but just wanted to see if there was any tricks to removing the tank - or rather disconnecting fuel lines and the other thing that sits on the bottom of the tank and looks like an electrical connection of some sort?

With the fuel tap shut I assume I’m not expecting fuel to come from the waste pipe going back to the tank (not the breather).

If there’s a guide somewhere please point me to it.
88Sport
Posts: 17
Joined: Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:26 am
model: 750 Sport
year: 1988
Location: Australia

Re: Tank removal

Post by 88Sport »

Ok found this which answers my question about the fuel/waste pipe.
https://www.stein-dinse.biz/eliste/?sid ... 28cb&lg=de

Now just need to work out what that other thing is!
88Sport
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model: 750 Sport
year: 1988
Location: Australia

Re: Tank removal

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Tank off, looks like that might be a fuel level sensor, anyway disconnected now!
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paso750
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model: 750 Paso
year: 1987
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Re: Tank removal

Post by paso750 »

on top of this forum you find the FAQs and in there also all the manuals. They are also in the documents section of the main site. ;)
http://ducatipaso.org/
88Sport
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year: 1988
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Re: Tank removal

Post by 88Sport »

Thanks, yes downloaded it. At least I worked it out ;)
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