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Old Apr 6th 2018, 04:07 AM   #41
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Apparently it's pretty common with these bikes...
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Old Apr 6th 2018, 04:16 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
Apparently it's pretty common with these bikes...
just to clarify -you're referring to the "R" correct ?

is this an R only problem
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Old Apr 6th 2018, 04:26 AM   #43
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R only yes...
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Old Apr 7th 2018, 06:39 PM   #44
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What's the internal difference between 15/16 R and 1199SL engine?
here ya go ,according to this bloke there is fuck all difference,i keep my 15 R at the low level it has 12000k on it and it doesnt use any oil, i change it at 3000km intervals and i use shell advanced as recommended,i dont ride it on the track.
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 04:51 AM   #45
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Who is this bloke???
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 06:37 AM   #46
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So, my 2015 1199r is mostly for the track. I guess I'll be dealing with top end rebuilds every 3000 miles or so. I'm hoping that I can just have to replace the rings on the pistons only. I checked on the head gasket and it's a whopping over $300 per head gasket! Must be thinner compared to the regular 1199's which shows just over $100 per head gasket.
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 03:11 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
Who is this bloke???
His from ducati, when new models came out ducati techs teach the mechanics world wide on the new models.

It may be elective though because a ducati dealership opened up close by and they had no clue. All oil filters on a ducati are the same, belts will need changing on the panigale. Etc they were only in business for 6months before changing to a triumph dealership.

Unlike jap bikes with a sink or swim approach and try keep the layout roughly the same.

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So, my 2015 1199r is mostly for the track. I guess I'll be dealing with top end rebuilds every 3000 miles or so. I'm hoping that I can just have to replace the rings on the pistons only. I checked on the head gasket and it's a whopping over $300 per head gasket! Must be thinner compared to the regular 1199's which shows just over $100 per head gasket.
This is what pisses me off owning a ducati the parts are expensive, it’s no fun working on a bike when it costs so much.
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Old Apr 20th 2018, 03:48 AM   #48
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Sleeves and rings. One days work if you're experienced, clear the weekend if you're handy, let someone else do it if you're not sure if your tool kit is really complete. Also check the ring grooves and skirt, mine was worn so the pistons were changed as well
It would be really nice if you could do how to videos on youtube, wish there was more videos like delboy on panigales or motorcycle engines in general.

Not just the simple stuff
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Old Apr 20th 2018, 04:45 AM   #49
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Just FYI:

Iíve had 2 rebuilds on a 2015 R (2400 miles & 6400 miles) due to excessive blow by into the air box and draining out thru the drain tube - both times required new sleeves, pistons & rings....after 11,000 miles it required another rebuild, due to the same issue - I have since moved on to a 1299SL
you definitely used R like it should 11k +. awesome except the rebuilds.
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Old Apr 22nd 2018, 11:16 PM   #50
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Track racing aside, the service requirements are the same any othe Panis. So, if engine issues happenning for regular street use, I surmise that there is a quality issue with the individual unit. To need to mod or add something should not be the solution, but a stopgap measure at best. JMO

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