Repair your used sport touring bike with the help of this professional electronic PDF download version of the detailed and specific Ducati ST4 manual / repair guide.
Specs and Product-Details:
Production/model years: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 00, 01 02, 03, 04, 05
Model specification / type: ST4 / Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
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The Ducati ST4 was made in 2000 and utilized a detuned rendition of the Ducati 916 motor.
The Ducati ST4s depended on the ST4, yet had improved suspension and a bigger motor, utilizing the fluid-cooled Desmoquattro (four desmodromic valves) 90Â° V-twin motor dependent on the Ducati 996. The Desmoquattro was to a great extent unaltered from the 996 Superbike and held a valve point of 40Â°, however, lost 4 mm of measurement on every one of the admission choke bodies (down from 54 mm on the 996). Frame clearances additionally required the utilization of the more reduced chamber head plan that was imparted to the 748 Superbike and Beast S4. Notwithstanding the more modest admissions, the ST4s really made marginally more force and force than the 996 Superbike because of the generally straight-through plan of the ST's fumes, contrasted with the under-seat fumes of the Superbike.
The proprietor was searching for a stripped, lighter bike with improved taking care of and slowing down." Highlighting a further developed motor plan Ducati delivered the ST4 as the replacement to the ST2. The ST4S Johann's client conveyed likewise accompanied high-spec suspension from the manufacturing plant and a bigger motor based on the Ducati 996 stage.
In the wake of stripping endlessly the entirety of the first bodywork, Johann kicked things off with a couple of changes to the lattice case. To fit a bistro-style back cowl, the subframe has been consolidated in both length and width. Significant is that the new tail unit has been formed to shape around the back of the tank to accomplish a processing plant level of put-togetherness.