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Old Oct 27th 2015, 01:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Medic83 View Post
Lance, what were your signs? Did u have a lot of oil? Also, did they crack the motor for diagnosis? Like I said, that seal looks to be accessible thru the clutch side. And are you aware of a keyed looking seal like the above
Medic, I had a constant slow oil leak. More like drip. It was from the clutch side and it would burn onto the exhaust. At first I thought maybe it was 'normal' for a bit of oil to weep after a ride, but when I could smell burning oil on the exhaust from the leak as I rode I knew it was a problem.

I took it in the first time regarding the oil leak, I'll have to look at my paper work to see what they did, but it didn't get better so I took it back in. They suspected it was likely that bearing seal they eventually replaced. It was also one of the first cases of this issue in the US too, or so they told me.

Based on what I was told, and the bearing seal that was replaced, they could not get to it from outside the engine - they had to crack the case. The opened the engine based on external diagnosis, not from an exploratory opening and then determining the issue. I don't recall it being a keyed seal. I will say that it hasn't leaked or dripped and ounce of oil after getting the work done, so it clearly was the culprit. Is it possible that there are multiple seals on the rod and that one can be accessed from the outside and the other only by accessing it from inside the engine?
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Old Oct 27th 2015, 05:09 PM   #12
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Well there is no keyed gasket like in the earlier post. The dealerships all have no clue
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Old Nov 4th 2015, 11:19 AM   #13
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I have a 2012 1199 and it has no such gasket either.

I made similar cleanings as original poster and still have some oil on left side exhaust after each ride. Need to check if there's engine oil leakage or if it's just chain lube.
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i hate mystery oil leaks!

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Old Nov 5th 2015, 05:34 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Medic83 View Post
Well there is no keyed gasket like in the earlier post. The dealerships all have no clue
That was probably a revision to the later models. I'd try to nab a late model one from ebay, or order the number 19 part.

The original part number in the parts manual as of 2012 is 71319442A.

The updated one is 71320031A and is $3.99

Not that I like shot gunning parts, but its better than going the $2k engine teardown route.

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Old Nov 8th 2015, 09:25 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by sniiki View Post
I have a 2012 1199 and it has no such gasket either.

I made similar cleanings as original poster and still have some oil on left side exhaust after each ride. Need to check if there's engine oil leakage or if it's just chain lube.
Checked and had no signs of engine oil leakage from clutch push rod hole so must be just excessive chain lube. Also I think I would have noticed oil level drop during last 7000km if it would leak...
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Hi Medic, did you finally work out what part was causing the leak and how its is fixed? I have a friend that has the same problem on his 1199. It would be good know what's involved before going to the dealer.

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Old Oct 22nd 2017, 12:51 PM   #18
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Hi are there any updates to this thread?

My clutch went stiff today so cleaned the anti rotation part out and all seems fine

The rod was stuck to this though and pulled out slightly so am worried about the seals. Though the rod moves inside the seal surely its ok
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Old Oct 22nd 2017, 08:21 PM   #19
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Here is a follow up to the issue my friend experienced with oil leaking out of the clutch rod hole. The dealer modified the clutch rod by machining two slots for o rings, similar to older Ducati models. It appears to be working as hes done a few track days since the mod and no leaks.


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Old Sep 25th 2018, 01:30 AM   #20
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could you post a photo of what your mate did? ive done today to mine same thing, just havent ridden it to be sure it will stop leaking thanks
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