Ducati M750, 96-00
  Factory Pro Series "D08"


The Ducati M750 Monsters are excellent bikes, delivering "naked bike" Ducati style and handling performance at an affordable price as compared with the 900.

The smaller power strokes, lower gearing and importantly, price make it one of the best Ducati choices if "in town" driving is a primary use.  There were lots of then sold in San Francisco - The M750 has enough power and smoothness to be happy on the backroads, too.


 

Finger Adjustable "Long Boy" extended fuel screws


Long Boy Fuel Screw Kit
pn: 3020m1
replaces 13440181a

 $44.95
 with 2 new extended screws, springs, washers and o-rings.

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"Long Boy"
Finger adjustable extended Fuel Screw

Frustrated with trying to find an "almost 90 degree"  screwdriver to fine adjust your fuel screws for best idle and cruise?
Use Factory Pro's new "finger adjustable" fuel screws to adjust fuel screws for best throttle response. Traveling to high altitude? It's easy to lean out the lowend temporarily.

Make your life easier!

Installation:
Remove old short stock fuel screws, old o-rings, old washers and old spring. The o-ring might be stuck in the carb, so, take a light and make sure it's really out if it didn't come out with the screw (or you can't find it after you took out the screw)
Use a small bent wire to pull it out if it doesn't drop out. Keep the old parts for "spares".

Each screw assembly comes with:
2 Long Boy fuel screws 
 2 new o-rings
2 new washers
2 new springs

Item Description

CRB-D08-1.1-TI    $109.95
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Standard drop-in Ti carb kit

 Factory Pro's Marc Salvisberg's attention to detail in testing and design and the fact that Factory Pro uses an EC997 dyno and a real, 4 Gas EGA for detailed data instead of a common dealership level dyno and "air fuel ratio" for product development, gives you the Internet's #1 Ducati choice for best real world power and drivability over other jet kits for the M750.

Some dealerships who still have dealership level dynos, who have to "tune to af ratios" instead of Best Power, will try to sell that "other company's" jet kit because it "works well enough to sell" and it's a bit cheaper and they can buy direct and make a few bucks more on it.

The Factory Pro kit adds more low-end / midrange, if the proper main jet is selected, more top-end power. Easiest of the carb kits to install and tune.

No slide drilling!

Suggest using a BMC replacement air filter for increased airflow.

And YES, as always, float height is required for proper tuning and carb with adjustable float heights, like the Ducati's.

Make float height setting easier!  LOOK!



Carb kit with needles, pilots,  mains, emulsion tubes and extended fuel screws

$209.95  combination price

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A Fresh start

CRB-D08-1.1-NJ-FS
1. Ti Pro carb kit
2 new nickel plated Factory Pro emulsion tubes
2 extended fuel screws with new springs, washers and o-rings

The number 1 internet recommended Ducati kit. The one with controllable midrange.
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Hi Marc
Received parts with thanks on Monday, Excellent service!
I have fitted the needle valves, The Duke runs a treat, best it's ever been.
Once again, thanks for the great service and superb replacement parts.
Steve Klee  UK
November 2006

CRB-D08-3.1-TI    $109.95
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Use this kit when using open top airbox or pod filters.

Float bowl gaskets

 
for BDST38 carbs
reference: 134.4.003.1A
$16 for 2
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Ligtweight Shift Centering Spring
$49.95

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SPECIAL INTRO!
$39.95


Just rode bike awesome shifting, smooth, smooth smooth
thanks
Mike Hoak
August 2013

Lightweight Shift Centering Spring



For when you decide that you want lighter feeling shift lever action for better feel.
A lighter foot shift pressure is less unsettling.
Decreases lever effort required to make a shift.
 Makes foot shift pressure more like other sportbikes.
Since you are not having to push so hard to move the lever, it's easier to find neutral.

Like your rearsets? But, no matter how you lube, shim, adjust the arcs, angles and lengths, it's still annoyingly stiff to shift?
   

CRB-D08-3.1-TI   

$109.95
carb kit w pilots, needles, clips, a selection of mains.

order emulsion tubes, extended fuel screw or orings separately.
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Config 30 Kit - for individual air filters and open airbox

 Factory Pro's Marc Salvisberg's attention to detail in testing and design and the fact that Factory Pro uses an EC997 dyno and a real, 4 Gas EGA for detailed data instead of a common dealership level dyno and "air fuel ratio" for product development, gives you the Internet's #1 Ducati choice for best real world power and driveability over other jet kits for the M750.

Some dealerships who still have dealership level dynos, who have to "tune to af ratios" instead of Best Power, will try to sell that "other company's" jet kit because it "works well enough to sell" and it's a bit cheaper and they can buy direct and make a few bucks more on it.

The Factory Pro kit adds more low-end / midrange, if the proper main jet is selected, more top-end power. Easiest of the carb kits to install and tune.

No slide drilling

For use with individual filters or open airbox top.

And YES, as always, float height is required for proper tuning and carb with adjustable float heights, like the Ducati's.

Make float height setting easier!  LOOK!


CRZ-EMU-100120K
$74 for 2 pieces

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Replace worn bare brass needle jets in stock carbs with Factory Pro's own stock replacement nickel plated needle jets.

The needle, stock or aftermarket, will wear the needle jet orifice oblong - causing excess fuel to flow at cruise and low rpm. Additionally, the fuel that does get released is in larger, less burnable droplets. Replace the emulsion tubes / needle jets if there is more than 10k miles of varied use or 5k miles of in town driving on the bike before trying to tune. You will save time and energy.

Note that, with fuel level adjustments, you can make some mixture adjustments with the "fuel level", as adjusted by "float height" changes.



bad enough wear to richen low speed mixture


 New main jet o-rings 
6 pcs
Mikuni # 007-790


$5 for 6 orings
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New
o-rings for Mikuni
"press-in" n208099 main jets.


If you are jetting older carbs, it is a good idea to get new main jet o-rings when buying a carb kit.
BMC-10401S
(street type)
BMC cleanable air filter

$84.95 USD

NEW Factory Pro BMC air filter - available, NOW.
NO stock replacement air filter filters out more dirt and flows more air with less pressure drop than BMC. It's F-1 Ferrari's first choice.


TL-float height gauge  $59.95
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The only way to easily and accurately measure float heights.
 Works on nearly every carburetor.

Yes! This is the wicked, cool, Factory Pro approved, we don't make any money on it, dealio made just for adjusting float heights. Unchanged since the days of when it was a special Honda tool for adjusting the S65 and S90 carbs back in the 60's.

And, yes, you can also use a set of vernier, or digital or dial calipers and get the same results as the coolio $49.95 Special Tool. But then, you wouldn't have the coolio tool to amaze your friends!

Make float height setting easier!  LOOK!


Float Height Setting Trick for 38mm "Mik's"
One of the problems with setting the float height on the 38mm downdraft Mikuni's that come on Ducati's, yzf 750's, tdm 850's and fzr1000's, is that the darn white plastic "float cage" keeps popping out of the carb body unless you hold it in.

When you hold it in with your fingers, you always flex the cage frame and distort the reading that you are setting the float height at..... Aaarrggghhh!!  :-)

After spending 45 minutes setting some yzf750 carbs (same carb body as the Duc) in the sweltering Mid Ohio heat of summer, I decided to make a float cage holder and sell 'em! I'd make a million  $$!!

That reminds me, as I was doing that, a vp named Paul from dj came up to the team I was working for, stood in front of me (It wasn't raceday and I was incognito) and started telling the team owner why the dj kit was better than the Factory kit... The team had taken out the dj kit races ago and was running stock needles when they switched to our carb kit.... and that's what they told him. I added that it would probably be better, too, to know who he's taking in front of in the future....... and any time he wanted to do a blind track comparison of the dj kit vs the fp kit, I was game.
That was the yzf750 carb kit - the same yzf carb kit that dj sponsored Vance and Hines used in Tom Kipp's bike when he started finishing podium in AMA 750 Supersport.
That's a whole other story that's somewhere on this ~600 page website)

When I got back to work, I set up and made a pile of cute little flat braces.

As I was sitting there, admiring my cleverness...... one of my parts guys wandered by and asked what was I making? I showed him that you could just take my clever little piece of aluminum and hold those float cages right tightly up into their seated position - so you could get consistent float height readings.

He says.....
It looks like you could just put the float bowl on with the front holes on the bowl lined up with the rear holes on the carb body and slap some screws in and it would do the same thing...........
I bought him lunch with the million $$ I didn't make....

 

Marc

Hello.  Here’s the pics you asked for!  Thanks for the help, the bike runs BEAUTIFULLY now, lots more power!  The front end now comes up on the throttle – whereas it didn’t before!  There’s another pic in there too where I used a bar code to measure the bowls.  I found this a lot easier than using a ruler.  I measured the bar next to the number “8” on my barcode to be the recommended height on my bike – 14mm.

-Mike Beary

Thanks Mike, for the pics!
Marc Salvisberg