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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Camshafts

Camshafts


  1. Head
  2. Stud bolt
  3. Special screw
  4. Sealing washer
  5. Horizontal cylinder head cover
  6. Vertical cylinder head cover
  7. Special screw
  8. O-ring
  9. Head gasket
  10. Screw
  11. Pin
  12. Union
  13. Clamp
  14. Horizontal cylinder exhaust camshaft
  15. Horizontal cylinder intake camshaft
  16. Plug
  17. Sealing ring
  18. Vertical cylinder exhaust camshaft
  19. Key
  20. Vertical cylinder intake camshaft
  21. Screw
  22. Timing side support
  23. Opposite side support
  24. Sealing washer
  25. Intake manifold
  26. Screw
  27. Sealing washer
  28. sealing washer

Spare parts catalogue

Diavel abs cylinder head: timing system

Diavel abs vertical cylinder head

Diavel abs horizontal cylinder head

Diavel abs throttle body

Diavel carbon abs cylinder head: timing system

Diavel carbon abs vertical cylinder head

Diavel carbon abs horizontal cylinder head

Diavel carbon abs throttle body

Important

Bold reference numbers in this section identify parts not shown in the figures alongside the text, but which can be found in the exploded view diagram.

Refitting the timing covers
Locate vertical cylinder external cover (25), horizontal cylinder external cover (3) and central external cover (1) by starting the screws (4). Apply the recommended threadlocker to the screws ( ...

Removal of the camshafts
Unscrew and remove the screws (7) and the o-rings (8) from the cylinder head covers. Remove the cylinder head cover (6). Remove the gaskets (4) and (9). Repeat the same procedure fo ...

Other materials:

Refitting the cylinder/piston assembly
If new units are used, it is necessary to couple the cylinders and pistons of the same selection (see paragraph "overhaul Of the cylinder barrel/piston components" of this section). If the pistons have been separated from their cylinders, before reassembling these components, position the p ...

Front brake lever
Pull the lever (1, fig. 94) Towards the twistgrip to operate the front brake. The system is hydraulically assisted and you only need to pull the lever gently. The control lever (1, fig. 94) Features a dial adjuster (2, fig. 94) For lever distance from the twistgrip on handlebar adjustment. ...

Removing the silencer
Loosen the clamp (38) that retains the silencer (4) to the complete exhaust system. While holding the nut (8), loosen the screw (1) and remove the silencer (4) from the motorcycle. Loosen the screws (40) and remove the silencer guard (41). ...

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