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Old July 3rd, 2019, 02:05 PM   #1
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Cltuch stripping inside of crank cover

Hi,

My wet clutch started to sound like a dry. Thought it would be the plates so I opened her up. Then I can see scratches everywhere.

What do I do? Drain oil and look for parts or just change the clutch plates?
Is the out case supposed to be all scratched up and the basket too ?


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Old July 3rd, 2019, 09:11 PM   #2
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Looks like the nut holding the basket is loose...pull the plates...torque the nut
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Old July 3rd, 2019, 11:42 PM   #3
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Looks like the nut holding the basket is loose...pull the plates...torque the nut
Thanks, I'll see to it.

What about the damage to the crank case sides and the basket ?
With all the metal shaved off, should I drain all the oil and look for parts. Seems like there would be a hell of metal splinters in there
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Thanks, I'll see to it.



What about the damage to the crank case sides and the basket ?

With all the metal shaved off, should I drain all the oil and look for parts. Seems like there would be a hell of metal splinters in there
The case is normal ..that's machined to that recess....I'd say you caught it at a good time

An oil change would be helpful...and I don't suspect there are any parts to find...just got a bit of wear now...
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Old July 4th, 2019, 08:52 AM   #5
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Only minor damage to the noise reduction plate. You can order a new one for ease of mind. Refresh your oil, clean your filter also the deepsump one and torque the nut to spec and use loctite 2701.
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How on earth did it back off?
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How on earth did it back off?
It can happen.

My dry clutch on my 900SS came loose in the same way after 8000 km of normal riding. Only the clutch cover saved the plates falling out on to the road.

No harm done but an oil change would be good to remove the metal from the engine
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Torqued the nut to spec, no loctite tho. Seems to hold up just fine.
There was some scruff to the noise cover but metal splinters was kinda still in place so peeled them off with a screwdriver.

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Torqued the nut to spec, no loctite tho. Seems to hold up just fine.
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Torqued the nut to spec, no loctite tho. Seems to hold up just fine.
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It held up for 23k kilometers, I’ll be good I hope *fingers crossed, knock on carbon*
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The spec is for torquing with loctite. Ducati tightening specs are very precise and their notes on when to use lube or loctite on threads is also very specific. Good luck.
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