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Old Mar 5th 2017, 11:55 PM   #21
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Cover is gone. I'm using a Ti bolt and washer for the sprocket. I kept just enough of the bracket material to mount the clutch slave. You can't see any of what's left of the bracket. Safety wired the bolt to the sprocket.
The only concern I have with this solution is that you get rid of the engine case protection in case of a ripped chain.
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Old Mar 6th 2017, 12:09 AM   #22
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I loose a chain at speed, a broken engine is the least of my concerns. That being said fortunately, I have never seen a properly assembled and aligned DID break in 30 years of riding. I use the ERV 3 520 and replace them often along with the rear sprocket and I have a couple of spare motors. Good point though. Might not be a bad idea to consider making something
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Old Jul 24th 2019, 12:01 PM   #23
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Sorry to bump an old thread but
I really need to see what was attached, I cant see any images that were attached. Is there a reason that the photos dont show up for me?

I really need to see this photo of this push rod modification so I can have the same thing performed on my bike.

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Another shot showing the integration
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Old Jul 24th 2019, 12:22 PM   #24
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The only thing that a few of us are modifying on the slave plate is just cutting away the bottom part which is the chain guard that has the large rubber piece on bottom off just so there is less crap, lighter and easier to work on.




The rubber seal is located on the back side of middle hole on plate can be replaced on the plate with a 0-ring but not important.



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Sorry to bump an old thread but
I really need to see what was attached, I cant see any images that were attached. Is there a reason that the photos dont show up for me?

I really need to see this photo of this push rod modification so I can have the same thing performed on my bike.

THANK YOU!
Thanks from able duc

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Old Jul 24th 2019, 01:44 PM   #25
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Okay so that is not what I was thinking about. Maybe you are able to shed some light on this situation. My Ducati is leaking engine oil from the clutch slave pushrod hole. My mechanic is saying that in order to replace this gasket it is an extensive repair involving splitting the case. I have done a bit of research and it appears that some people modify their pushrod adding grooves to accommodate some O-rings as the 2013 1199 does not have O-rings on the factory pushrod. Pretty much similar to the pushrod say on a 998. Has anybody heard about this and if so maybe they can share a photo of this modification of the pushrod. I'm trying to fix this oil leak any way possible. Thank you very much.
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Old Jul 24th 2019, 03:31 PM   #26
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Don't know anyone that has machined grooves for o rings onto the shift rod no real reason too they typically don't leak but in design it can sweat oil but never seen it. The older platforms like 848/1098 etc believe had seals.

There clutch slave seals on its own no special seal and all the shifter case, generator cover and clutch cover is silicone. There is no reason your mechanic should be talking about splitting the case it's all bs.



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Okay so that is not what I was thinking about. Maybe you are able to shed some light on this situation. My Ducati is leaking engine oil from the clutch slave pushrod hole. My mechanic is saying that in order to replace this gasket it is an extensive repair involving splitting the case. I have done a bit of research and it appears that some people modify their pushrod adding grooves to accommodate some O-rings as the 2013 1199 does not have O-rings on the factory pushrod. Pretty much similar to the pushrod say on a 998. Has anybody heard about this and if so maybe they can share a photo of this modification of the pushrod. I'm trying to fix this oil leak any way possible. Thank you very much.
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Sorry, I canít find the pics that I posted. That was 2 years ago. Like Mick said I think we did the same mod to the piece. All I have left is essentially a spacer for the slave. The seal like Mick said in on the back of the center hole and it is a low to no pressure seal (mine is a fairly loose fit). Never seen a drop of oil come out of it. I canít remember if there is a pressure o ring in one of the case halfís. If someone is telling you they need to pull the motor and split the case, tell them no. Now if there is a pressure seal somewhere along the span of the rod in the case and itís leaking, then the ďnoĒ could turn into a ďmaybeĒ I donít think there is but I just canít remember. It would be in the maintenance manual if anyone wants to look.
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1199duc got your PM. I just emailed you a photo of a spare showing the seal.
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Old Jul 25th 2019, 06:14 AM   #29
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Hi all,
i have done the modification to the Push rod, and added the 2 o rings.
after my 1199 engine rebuild the oil seal for this pushrod started to leak, and as its another 22 hours ( Ducati book time) to strip the motor and replace this seal, we decided to be a little pragmatic in our dealing with this as ill pull the motor at the end of the year to replace it.

ill post a couple of pictures when im back home, as im away with work at the moment
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Are you referring to an internal seal inside the engine case that the clutch rod passes through on its way to the clutch?
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