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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Cylinder/piston assemblies

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Engine / Cylinder/piston assemblies

Cylinder/piston assemblies


  1. Piston
  2. Gudgeon pin circlip
  3. Gudgeon pin
  4. Set of piston rings
  5. Cylinder-crankcase gasket
  6. Water pump outlet union
  7. Hose clip
  8. Horizontal cylinder coolant inlet hose
  9. Vertical cylinder coolant inlet hose
  10. Cylinder barrel
  11. Cylinder head gasket
  12. Bush

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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 cylinder head assemblies
Warning To prevent oil leaks past the contact area between cylinders and crankcase, each time the head is removed, cylinder and piston must be removed as well to clean the mating faces of crankcas ...

Removal of the cylinder/piston assembly
Loosen the clamps (7) and remove the hoses (8) and (9) from the cylinder barrels (10) and from the alternator-side crankcase cover. If damaged, unscrew the unions (6). Note T ...

Other materials:

Removal of the timing belt covers
Loosen the screws (4) securing the central external cover (1) and remove it from the central side. Undo the fixing screws (4) of the external cover (25) and remove it from the vertical thermal unit. Undo the fixing screws (4) of the external cover (3) and remove it from the horizonta ...

Clock setting function
This function sets the clock. To access the function it is necessary to view the "setting" menu page 48, using button (1, fig. 14) ?" "or (2, fig. 14) ?""select the "clock"function and press the reset button (12, fig. 12) To confirm. In the follow ...

Checking and adjusting the valve clearances
Note For clarity, the figures show the engine removed from the frame. Move the piston of the cylinder being checked to tdc of the power stroke: in this condition, all the valves are closed and the timing shafts come in neutral position and, therefore, free to rotate; check to the valve cl ...

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