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While i had the tank off i took a pic of the ecu. Is it an eprom pluggable type or a new style

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-20-2008, 07:05 AM
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Eprom plugable type; 1.6M Magnetti Marelli ECU. 910R euro2.
No problem to change the Eprom or fit a PCIII.

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rubber plug under device and probably silver sticker wheree the eprom houses, check before removal orientation

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Ahhh the same as the ols Ducati Ecu then..Strange i thought with mine being an 08 bike with 08 paint it would of had a newer ECU.
Great that helps with exhaust searching.
I have also checked under the cat & no sensor so i can just get a normal linkpipe

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European 2007 model is USA 2008 model. Looks like you have 2007, but I think some early 2008s in Europe were still Euro2 system. What is your VIN?

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European 2007 model is USA 2008 model. Looks like you have 2007, but I think some early 2008s in Europe were still Euro2 system. What is your VIN?

The headers and mid-pipe seem to be all in one.Doesnt this mean that it is a Euro 3 bike?
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The headers & mid pipe are separate.

Heres the vin which states its a euro 3 ..Very strange

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Thats no euro three certificate
the 7 in frontof the V of varese means it is produced as a 2007 model
ECU is 1.6 so it can't be a euro 3, as the missing lambda sensor shows as well.

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Ahh so the e3 does not denote its a euro 3 ..Ahh well bonus, means i can get an uprated system without much hassle now..Well happy
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Yours is probably one of the last euro2 bikes produced at the factory...

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