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Old May 23rd 2013, 08:39 AM   #1
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How do you remove The exhaust shield? (Heatshield)

Can you guys tell me how you can remove THE exhaust shield ?

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Old May 23rd 2013, 08:45 AM   #2
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Easy. Just remove it. Done!
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Old May 23rd 2013, 08:54 AM   #3
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my dealer told me that it's more than just a couple screws. u have to tank off the tank and the subframe to getting the heat shield. hope that helps
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there is a thread on this out there just go through the search function.
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Old May 23rd 2013, 09:02 AM   #5
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No tank removal required for this but taking out subframe bolts vertainly made this task MUCH easier! If you remove these, remove all heat shield bolts, and unscrew the 02 sensor (which is on the cable) you can prop the rear end up with something and simply slide that sharp ass piece of metal out of there for good!
I personally used Mechanix gloves due to the sharp edges on the thing.

Gotta love Mike Lee's comment! Lmao!
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check it here:

http://ducati1199.com/guides/12491-l...r-install.html
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Originally Posted by Quinten View Post
Can you guys tell me how you can remove THE exhaust shield ?

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Guys I have a feeling he meant the brushed aluminum can cover in the actual pipes....? :-)
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Old May 23rd 2013, 09:58 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Gunny Fitz View Post
If you remove these, remove all heat shield bolts, and unscrew the 02 sensor (which is on the cable) you can prop
don't forget to un-do the ECU as well (remove right side fairing, un-do a few mounting bracket screws, plugs, etc.) as it will enable you to unscrew the o2 sensor helping to minimize the risk of damaging the attached wire/cabling.

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Old May 23rd 2013, 10:32 AM   #9
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Guys I have a feeling he meant the brushed aluminum can cover in the actual pipes....? :-)
well, he can remove it. that's the good news. putting them back on is a major pain.

for those, take the side fairings off, the 3 screws connecting the manifold with the mufflers, the 2 on the left and right above the back of the cans (which are a pain to put back in) and the 2 in the front holding the cans.

the can covers are just 2 screws and then pulling the sleeves forward.

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Hmm. I didn't undo my ecu at all? And when mounting the carbon heat shield I just turned the cable in opposite direction ahead of time so it would be straight when tightened.
OP- Did you not mean the metal heatshield over header and mean the brushed aluminum piece?
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