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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Reassembly of belly fairing

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Position the oil cooler shield (7) inserting the tab (a) into the slit (b) in the electrical components support (s).

Note

On refitting, make sure that the tab (c) remains positioned under the retainers (d) of the shield (7).

Reassembly of belly fairing


Fit clips (11) on bracket (13) and orient them as shown in the figure.

Reassembly of belly fairing


Apply rubber lubricant to the pin (e) of the bracket (13).

Insert pin (e) in the vibration damping pad (f) of the oil cooler.

Fit the bracket (13) on the electrical components support, and tighten the screws (8) to a torque of 4 nm +/- 10 % (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Reassembly of belly fairing


Fit clips (9) on lh belly fairing (2) and orient them as shown in the figure.

Reassembly of belly fairing


Put the lh belly fairing (2) in position by engaging slot (e) in the electrical components support, as shown in the figure.

Reassembly of belly fairing


Apply recommended threadlocker on screws (3) and (12).

Fit the nylon washer (4) on the screw (3).

Fix the lh belly fairing (2) to the electrical components support by starting the screws (3) on the rear side, and the screw (12) on the upper side.

Reassembly of belly fairing


Reassembly of belly fairing


Apply recommended threadlocker to the screws (5) and (8).

Fix the lh belly fairing (2) to the oil cooler shield (7) by starting the screw (8) on the lower side, and the screw (5) on the front side.

Reassembly of belly fairing


Reassembly of belly fairing


Fit the clips (9) on the rh belly fairing (1) orienting it as shown in the figure; follow the same procedure to refit the lh belly fairing (2).

Reassembly of belly fairing


Tighten to a torque of 4 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings) the screws (3), (5), (8) and (12) to fix the belly fairings (1) and (2) and the oil cooler shield (7).

Reassembly of belly fairing


Reassembly of belly fairing


Reassembly of belly fairing


Reassembly of belly fairing


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Loosen and remove the screws (5) and (8) that secure the oil cooler (7) to the rh (1) and lh (2) belly fairings. Remove the lh belly fairing (2) by loosening the screws (3) with relevan ...

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