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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Timing system

Timing system


  1. Central external cover
  2. Air filter
  3. Horizontal cylinder timing belt cover
  4. Screw
  5. Filter support
  6. Screw
  7. Washer
  8. Nut
  9. Tensioner pulley assembly
  10. Circlip
  11. Camshaft pulley
  12. Tensioner pin
  13. Idler pulley assembly
  14. Timing belt
  15. Nut
  16. Key
  17. Spacer
  18. Camshaft pulley
  19. Driveshaft pulley spacer
  20. Spacer
  21. Nut
  22. Screw
  23. Washe
  24. Spacer flange
  25. Vertical cylinder belt external cover
  26. Central protection
  27. Screw
  28. Mesh

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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.

Note

For clarity, the figures show the engine removed from the frame.

To work with the engine installed, first proceed as follows:


Note

Remove also any parts which may impede the procedure in any way.

Checking the engine timing
Set the engine to the configuration described for the "checking and adjusting the valve clearances", previously indicated. Install tool 88765.1188 (G) in the spark plug bore to determine the ...

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 therma ...

Other materials:

Overhaul of the crankcase halves
Carefully examine the engine crankcase halves. Check that the surfaces of the crankcase halves are perfectly flat using a reference surface. Check that the bearings (1) and (18), and the bushings (2) and (17) are in optimum conditions. Note that the main bearings must always be changed in p ...

Check engine oil level
Check the engine oil level through the sight glass (1) on the right-hand side of the oil sump. Stop the engine and allow a few minutes for the oil to settle to a steady level. Oil level must be checked with the vehicle perfectly upright and the engine cold. The oil must be between the m ...

Dashboard on tank
Menu 1 (tot, trip1, trip2, trip fuel). Menu 2 (cons.Avg., Cons., Speed avg, air and trip time) if active. Gear / neutral indication. Icon referred to the function below from menu 1. Indication of engine setting for the currently set riding style. Currently set riding style (riding mode) ...

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