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0A - General
0B - Information about the model
0C - Technical data
0D - Use and maintenance
0E - Fairings
0F - Controls - Devices
0G - Wheels - Suspension - Brakes
0H - Frame
0L - Fuel/Exhaust System
0M - Fuel injection - ignition system
0N - Engine
0P - Electrical system
Overhauling the wheel
Inspect the wheel as follows:
Visually inspect the wheel for cracks, scoring and deformation; change the wheel if damaged.
Fit the wheel on service tool no. 88713.2951 using the original fasteners.
Using a dial gauge, measure rim run-out and out-of-round relative to the wheel axle (see Sect. C 1.1, Rear wheel).
If the values measured are not within the tolerance limits, renew the wheel.
Refitting the rear wheel
Clean the mating surfaces and grease the threaded end of the stub axle with the recommended grease.
Fit the wheel, aligning it with the stub axle and the driving pins.
Fit the tapered bush (3) and the washer (2), and hand tighten the wheel nut (1).
Tighten the wheel nut (1) to the specified torque (Sect. C 3, Frame torque settings) and check that the hole in the nut is aligned with one of the holes in the stub axle.
If not, tighten the nut slightly to bring the holes into alignment.
Fit the circlip (6).
Removal of the evaporative emissions canister
Before removing the canister (1) it is first necessary to remove the fairings (Sect. E 2, Removal of the side fairings) and raise the fuel tank (Sect. L 2, Removal of the fuel tank).
Disconnect the hose (4), removing the clip (11).
Remove the clips (7) and (5) and withdraw the canister filter (1) upwards along the guides of the plate (17).
To remove the hoses which deliver fuel to the intake manifolds, first remove the clips (7) and withdraw the hoses (9) and (11).
3 - System components
Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
The engine ECU (1) is an electronic digital microprocessor-based unit.
It controls both the injectors and the coils, thus controlling fuel injection and ignition in accordance with the engine operating conditions detected by the following sensors:
- Absolute pressure sensor (measures atmospheric pressure)
- Air temperature sensor (measures intake air temperature)
- Engine temperature sensor (measures coolant temperature)
- Timing/rpm sensor (measures engine rotation speed and cylinder timing relative to TDC)
- Throttle position sensor (measures the throttle opening angle).
The ECU also monitors battery voltage so that it can adjust injector opening time and ignition coil charging time accordingly.
The ECU determines the following values:
- Amount of fuel delivered to each cylinder with a sequential non-parallel control
- Injector closing time and therefore injection timing relative to the end of the induction stroke for each cylinder
- Ignition advance.
The maps, which include ignition advance values, injection times, crankshaft angle for injector closing and all correction curves as a function of temperature and atmospheric pressure values, are stored in the Flash Eprom of the ECU. The above values are preset by the Manufacturer after testing the motorcycle under different riding conditions. These settings cannot be changed.
CO content can be adjusted using software on the DDS tester, which should be connected to the ECU
For this procedure, refer to Sect. D 5, Adjusting the idle speed.
There are two types of ECU connector, one has a grey terminal block (Telaio-Body), and one has a
black terminal block (Motore-Engine).