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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:17 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
What's the internal difference between 15/16 R and 1199SL engine?
off the top of my head....not much that i know of - i was referring to your question.... "Wonder why 15-16 R's would be only one's with this issue?"
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:20 AM   #32
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Gotcha...I was just thinking since internally they are so close why the 1199SL hasn't had similar issues as the R??
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:21 AM   #33
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I know more R's are probably track ridden but still...
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:21 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
Also 13R much different engine than 15R
yes....2013 to 2015 engines were quite different - rings, pistons, & cylinder sleeves, all Ti valves (Intake & exhaust), mapping...up/down shift, "lean angle sensor" - and a rev happy engine
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:26 AM   #35
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Gotcha...I was just thinking since internally they are so close why the 1199SL hasn't had similar issues as the R??
i wouldn't know....Ducati must have a good idea though...i do not think they easily share the information...but in each case i had, they got right to the repair without a pause (except parts arrival, which wasn't too bad) - my dealership was also always in front of the logistics curve and made sure everything was communicated

the way the engine is treated, street versus track, does not seem to be related, as i've seen track only bikes (R & SL)with the same condition

by the way....i have been using a small catch bottle and check it often - (not a bad idea)
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 12:51 PM   #36
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I agree..Mine was leaking on the street. Albeit canyon riding. Catch bottle great idea. i did call my dealer. Taking bike in next week.
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:11 PM   #37
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Now really leaking from track riding. Street tires too. I can't imagine racing on slicks. Blow out a quart. I'm going to take bike in after a track day as I just cleaned the airbox. Hopefully Ducati will handle as this is annoying...And potentially unsafe..
I dont have the pics right now, but on the last occurrence of "the leak" & drainage...my rear tire was coated well beyond anything you’d like to see - confirmed/solidified my thought of having a catch bottle - it was clearly a "you gotta be kidding me" moment

Another bike, I didn’t witness, essentially dumped enough out to cause the rider to luckily just manage to keep things upright, but just barely so

If you have any leak/drainage, you really need to have the bike brought in for repair....cleaning the air box after each track day (as I saw 1 post refer to) or lowering your oil level to prevent it, is total nonsense
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Surely that would be from the rocker cover

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Old Apr 5th 2018, 06:26 PM   #39
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Surely that would be from the rocker cover
We’re discussing the blow out thru the crankcase breather in to the air box in sufficient quantity to pool up in the back left rear side of the box to reach the drain that then drains down & under the bike....or blown back over the rear tire while riding
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