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Old May 5th 2018, 04:23 PM   #1
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Hey guys... Brand new to ducati and though I like working on my bikes the ducati is different. I just have one question. Is the oil filter the same design /technique as the 1199/1299. And is it located in front of the oil pan /behind the oil cooler facing down? Have not took the fairings off so just wondering. Thanks!
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It's the same as described in the manual

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It's the same oil filter as the 1199 and 1299, but at least one part of the oil change (can't remember which component, maybe the O-ring?) is unique to the V4. Just make sure all the part numbers match up before doing anything.
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Old May 5th 2018, 07:34 PM   #4
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I have not received my V4 yet but dealer had an oil change special so I pickup two filters and they are the same as 1199/1299. The difference as mentioned are the O rings for the V4. I have also been told that you have to wait 2 to 3 hours after change to check oil level
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Old May 6th 2018, 03:17 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Desmolvr View Post
I have not received my V4 yet but dealer had an oil change special so I pickup two filters and they are the same as 1199/1299. The difference as mentioned are the O rings for the V4. I have also been told that you have to wait 2 to 3 hours after change to check oil level
edit : apparently this is correct I was wrong
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Old May 6th 2018, 03:37 AM   #6
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It's the same as described in the manual

You should read it, amazing insight!
Obviously, paperwork is at my in laws as I used there truck to go get the bike and left it all there... That's why I used the forum.... For questions....
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No if you are going to do you own oil changes check with dealer. The tech at my dealer is a good friend and in their training on the V4 they were told to wait up to 3 hours after changing the oil and the bike sitting to check the level in sight glass.
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No if you are going to do you own oil changes check with dealer. The tech at my dealer is a good friend and in their training on the V4 they were told to wait up to 3 hours after changing the oil and the bike sitting to check the level in sight glass.


Assuming this is true, does that mean since you have to wait 2-3 hours for oil to reach the bottom of the oil pan therefore you need to wait 2-3 hours to ride?
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i think the oil filter is different to the 1199/1299 check the part number just to be on the safe side.

takes about 20 mins if you take your time.
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I was wrong . I can't believe this is how it is done LOL

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