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 Post subject: Starting my Major Service Motor
PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:21 pm 
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model: 907 I.E.
year: 1993
Hi All,
I am embarking on my first major service. I plan on hitting all the line items in the WSM.

First I am going to do the motor service:
replace the belts
I do not see anything requiring tension bearings - working on my car this is a standard when replacing the belts on my car, is it the same with the 907?
Oil Filter
Fuel Filter
Air Filter
Spark Plug replace

Parts - vendor
timing belts - CA Cycleworks
Valve Cover Gasket - CA Cycleworks
Timing belt tension bearings?
valve shims - can i order this still from my local dealer?
I have a K&N oil filter
Fuel filter - dealer?
air filter - UFI on ebay

Does this look like a good job and parts list? Am I missing anything?

Thank you all!
Spencer


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 Post subject: Re: Starting my Major Service Motor
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:35 am 
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The tensioner bearings are not included in the service schedule but should be inspected when the belts are replaced. If here is any roughness replace them.
You should still be able to get shims from your dealer and for the fuel filter a Mahle KL145 is a suitable replacement.
The other things you should probably do is replace the coolant and clutch and brake fluids.

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 Post subject: Re: Starting my Major Service Motor
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:40 pm 
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There are at least two tensioner for each tooth belt. The one with are mounted on the bracket are normal ball bearing you can purchase easy. The wider one is not so cheap an I found them only at special Ducati dealer like stein dinse.
But be careful with the wide one, with is mounted on the lower cylinder. The thread is open to from the top of the cylinder. If you want to dismantle the roll, I recommend strongly to use rust solver because trying without preparing you will rip the bolt.


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