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model: 907 I.E.
year: 1991
Location: Canada


Post by Bonza »

Hi fellow members
I have had my 91- 907 for 25 years now and I took it to get the starter clutch replaced at my local Ducati whisperer. The starter is all fine now but it now overheats. I have replaced the thermostato ( ha ha ) and it is still overheating. I was wondering if when he had the cases apart whether something got plugged or blocked in the water passages. There is no air in the system. We have a gadget at work that sucks out all the air and directly injects the coolant. Any advise or ideas would be greatly appreciated. Cheers
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model: 907 I.E.
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Re: Overheating

Post by standswithabeer »

really sounds like you've got a slug of air in the system, but i'd bring it back to the dealer regardless.
1972 Honda CL350, 1992 Ducati Paso 907 ie
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