The Ducati 996 is a sport motorcycle produced from 1999 until 2002. Though it was only in production for a few years, there were several models available. Knowing how to properly service the 996 is important for owners and workshop owners alike. Our Ducati 996 service manual contains everything you need to keep the motorcycle in top shape. It contains all the instruction in an easy to read manual.
The Ducati 996 was first rolled out into the motorcycle market in 1999. The Italian made motorcycle company has only been around since 1987. Twelves years after their beginning the 996 was introduced. There were three models available at that time. There was the base model also known as the Biposto. There was the 996SPS which came with an Ohlins suspension system and was only released to the European market. The Ohlins model 996 came with some updated parts made from titanium and carbon fiber which made it lighter.
The engine of the Ducati 996 was built to impress. It contained larger pistons, a strong crankshaft, a newly designed air intake system, and a new exhaust system that was situated under the seat. It had a powerful 112 horsepower allowing it to go up to 161 miles per hour. It has a 1.5 gallon fuel capacity with an average of 42 U.S. miles per gallon.
The chassis was also new to the Ducati family. It featured lightweight wheels, a stronger brake disc and pad system, and new calipers. The front and rear suspension system were adjustable as well. The wheels were Marchesini. The spokes of the wheels had five spokes instead of the regular three spoke design.
Not only can the repairs be done in a timely fashion when you use our eManual, the directions can make the overall project easier. Our Ducati 996 workshop manual contains step by step instructions set out with an easy to read design to keep you on track.-