+1 I also have a M900 and have it jetted. I can't see doing it any other way. Something you WILL NOT regret.Scott R. Nelson said:The stock needles have almost no taper, so moving them up and down won't help a lot.
Order a Factory Pro jet kit from Chris at http://www.ca-cycleworks.com/shop/catalog/ducati/fuel.html and install it using the directions in the FAQ.
The jetting FAQ was written for a 1997 M900, so you have a great starting point for getting the bike perfectly tuned. Besides, if you go to the trouble of getting to where you can adjust the metering needle, it's almost no additional work to put the jet kit in.
A jet kit isn't all that expensive. Just order one and install it and your bike should run great.
I don't know where you got that information from. When I first rejetted my M900, it was a bit rich in the midrange. I had to drop the needle one position to get it spot on.chrisb said:yes, the factory pro kit is good, but still lean midrange, regardless of configuration and float height.