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Old Jan 1st 2018, 02:27 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
Iím about to remove the oil sump in my 1199 and I was just wondering if there is a gasket underneath or is it just sealant.

The maintenance manual doesnít show a gasket but just wondering if others had done it before and what they found.

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Old Jan 1st 2018, 03:11 AM   #2
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According to the workshop manual it's just sealant. Just curious, why are you taking your sump off?

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Old Jan 1st 2018, 03:30 AM   #3
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Im guessing your up for the major service so cleaning the filter screen as per the manual.
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Old Jan 1st 2018, 04:22 AM   #4
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Its the grey Ducati threebond sealant. I suggest using the same,it works perfect. I had no leaks what so ever using it.
There is a gasket you can buy from M.Motocorsa but i'll see no need for it unless your racing and the sump is removed very often.
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Old Jan 1st 2018, 01:59 PM   #5
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According to the workshop manual it's just sealant. Just curious, why are you taking your sump off?
Preparing my bike for a new exhaust system and discovered this (see attachment). Not too happy. The bolt areas are really worn through and considering its only 6" from the hottest part of the exhaust gas chamber, I feel incredibly lucky nothing happened.

I have emailed Motocorse (not sure what their response will be), but considering its a $5000AU exhaust system I didn't expect this issue.

To me its not worth this risk so I'll buy another one (sump that is), hence the post.
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Old Jan 1st 2018, 02:02 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Zelnik View Post
Its the grey Ducati threebond sealant. I suggest using the same,it works perfect. I had no leaks what so ever using it.
There is a gasket you can buy from M.Motocorsa but i'll see no need for it unless your racing and the sump is removed very often.
Cheers mate,
I have a tube still from when I changed the rocker cover gaskets recently.
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Originally Posted by jock39racer View Post
Cheers mate,
I have a tube still from when I changed the rocker cover gaskets recently.
Can you please tell me exactly what the name/model of that ducati sealant is? I used the red gasket maker from permatex and was trying to re-do my rocker cover and I couldn't remove it because it was almost like glued on there forever!!!!
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Originally Posted by rrgermanlv View Post
Can you please tell me exactly what the name/model of that ducati sealant is? I used the red gasket maker from permatex and was trying to re-do my rocker cover and I couldn't remove it because it was almost like glued on there forever!!!!
Hi mate,
I used:
Threebond 1215-Liquid Gasket. I cleaned both surfaces with a llint free rag and brake cleaner, applied the sealant. It took about 1 hour to get tacky, then I assembled the rocker cover.

Both heads have been perfect since.
http://www.threebond.com.au/liquid-gaskets.html
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You could use permatex black ultra rtv
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Old Jan 3rd 2018, 01:02 AM   #10
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Im guessing your up for the major service so cleaning the filter screen as per the manual.
Hi mate,

There was no filter screen. Don't know if that is a good or bad thing.
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