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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removal of the movable tensioner/timing belt

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Engine / Cylinder head assemblies / Timing system / Removal of the movable tensioner/timing belt

Loosen the nut (8) and remove the washer (7) and the tensioner pulley (9) from the pin (12) on the cylinder head.

Remove the timing belt (14) from the horizontal cylinder assembly.

Important

If the belts are to be re-used, mark the direction of rotation with an arrow and also mark the cylinder they belong to.

Repeat the procedure for the other cylinder.

Removal of the movable tensioner/timing belt


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