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Old May 14th, 2017, 10:34 AM   #1
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Monster 796 Whistle Sound ( Cant Find Solution)

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I bought an 796 and it been past 6 months. Im really happy with her, but problem is when is engine going to heat. It started to sound like turbo charger's blow valve.

When I rev it up and release it makes Fiuuvv.
Contacted with local dealer and asked them, they said it SHOULD be normal. and send me out.


Here is an video,
it is not loud as warmer engine.

sorry for my english tho..


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Old May 14th, 2017, 02:35 PM   #2
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Whistle Tips?
https://youtu.be/9R2hOlVqqek
Sorry, I know it's not helpful...couldn't resist. Still, maybe I'm deaf from working around airplanes for 30 years but I couldn't hear a whistle.....sean
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Old May 15th, 2017, 02:33 AM   #3
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Whistle Tips?
https://youtu.be/9R2hOlVqqek
Sorry, I know it's not helpful...couldn't resist. Still, maybe I'm deaf from working around airplanes for 30 years but I couldn't hear a whistle.....sean
Thank you for reply,

I've record new video,


engine warmed. when i release the throttle it is making the whistle or whirring I dont know really how to spell

just like fiiiuuvvv
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Still didn't hear anything abnormal. There was a slight ringing noise after one blip of the throttle but that could be almost anything. Key on the frame (if you have more than the ignition key on the ring) or a loose bolt/washer.

If that is the noise you mean then I'd start by taking everything off the key ring save for the ignition key and see if the noise disappears. If that doesn't do it, start looking for loose bolts....a visually moving washer would be a dead giveaway.

If that wasn't the noise....well....like I wrote, sounds mostly normal to me......sean
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100% normal.
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Hello,



I bought an 796 and it been past 6 months. Im really happy with her, but problem is when is engine going to heat. It started to sound like turbo charger's blow valve.



When I rev it up and release it makes Fiuuvv.

Contacted with local dealer and asked them, they said it SHOULD be normal. and send me out.





Here is an video,

it is not loud as warmer engine.



sorry for my english tho..



Ducati Whistle Sound



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Omoe...ature=youtu.be

I put my headphones in (as I can't hear from planes as well but the "noise" I hear is a normal sound.
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I think I hear what you mean. Could be timing belts too tight.
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Thanks for all of your replies. If you say it is normal. it is solved
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