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Old Nov 22nd 2018, 08:07 AM   #61
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This build is going quickly. Very nice.
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 01:27 AM   #62
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AEM Troubles = OEM SL Goodness

Replacing the rear brake bracket was unnecessary but it revealed another issue that might have gone unnoticed for longer - the inner sleeve of the AEM sprocket carrier had slipped outwardly, which pushed the inside of the carrier closer to the hub where it was beginning to grind away.

I didn't need the convenience of a quick-change carrier, so out it went. In its replacement went an OEM 1199SL rear sprocket. With that order, some other SL goodies were sourced as well, from ebay, dealership and KFM Motorräder:

1. SL titanium shock linkage bolts
2. SL yoke nut
3. SL titanium axle nuts and anodised red spacer
4. SL kickstand (nothing special other than the black anodising but it was cheap. I also wanted the black stand to blend in with the black borders of the lower fairing on the R, like they did on the SL)

I also took the opportunity to replace the rear light with a takeoff unit from ebay as mine was cracked. Paired with it is a carbon fibre undertray from carbonfibrefever.









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Old Nov 27th 2018, 01:34 AM   #63
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Has the rear light got indicators in it?
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 01:43 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by elements018 View Post
what kind of clutch and brake reservoirs are those?
They're the Ducati Performance ones in black (Part No. 96180011A).

Very clean look and functions well enough for street use, but I always use reservoir socks to cover them up for track use to avoid getting droplets of fluid leaking and going on the inside of the screen. I had a trackday where I didn't do this, and had droplets show up on the screen and my visor.
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 01:45 AM   #65
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Originally Posted by able duc View Post
Very slick old chap!
Has the rear light got indicators in it?
Thanks matey!

No, the rear light is just a bog standard one Just in new condition versus the pitted to hell and cracked one I had previously.
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 02:21 AM   #66
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They're the Ducati Performance ones in black (Part No. 96180011A).

Very clean look and functions well enough for street use, but I always use reservoir socks to cover them up for track use to avoid getting droplets of fluid leaking and going on the inside of the screen. I had a trackday where I didn't do this, and had droplets show up on the screen and my visor.
What did you do about the screen and visor with the drops? I guess you replaced them... I have a spoiled dashboard as a result of a busted brake master cylinder and I wonder if the screen of the dash can be replaced or repaired.
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They're the Ducati Performance ones in black (Part No. 96180011A).

Very clean look and functions well enough for street use, but I always use reservoir socks to cover them up for track use to avoid getting droplets of fluid leaking and going on the inside of the screen. I had a trackday where I didn't do this, and had droplets show up on the screen and my visor.

Don't forget to buy a SL radiator cap.
I purchased a genuine SL OEM Radiator cap. I posted pics I think at the time.
Looks nicer and you will save 10.4 grams.
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 06:13 AM   #68
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Well that sucks about the AEM. Have you contacted them about this issue?
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Just an observation but judging from the lack of wear on the area of the flange from the large retaining washer that slides on the axle before the carrier it really looks like the washer wasn't installed. The anodizing where the washer seats is un touched. I have played with a lot of carrier/sprocket combos and did a long writeup on this board about them. The only way that carrier can back its way into the hub is if the washer was not installed, thats what it is there for.
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Old Nov 27th 2018, 07:14 AM   #70
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Also i have personally never seen an AEM carrier with a "sleeve" It looks like that thing frictionally disintegrated at the flange hole. Here is the backside of the AEM carrier. That groove is where the 3mm retaining washer rides. On your sprocket, that area is clearly not disrupted which it would have been had the washer been installed. Only reason I bring this up is that a brand was mentioned and in fairness to the brand, you gotta look at all the factors.
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