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Old Jun 8th 2017, 08:56 AM   #11
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check all the bolts as well. the 600 mile service requires nearly every bolt to be checked with the magnesium covers. Even my 959 needed some case cover bolts tightened and i gave it good once over recently.
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Old Jun 8th 2017, 09:52 AM   #12
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The crush washer only goes on one way. The side with the sharp edge goes against the case.
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 01:21 PM   #13
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After cleaning and riding the bike in addition to getting high-ish engine temps and parking the bike outside in the sun as opposed to in the garage I got the leak to replicate.

It looks like to me like its coming from the radiator vent hose (picture 5), which seems strange to me as it's engine oil.....

The leak always drips from that area, it is also the area where the most oil has collected. Not only that, the air conveyor housing has a thick film of oil on its bottom side directly behind the vent hole. The oil drain plug also shows the most dry oil collection which tells me it leaks from the vent, the air conveyor catches the fresh stuff, and as it atomizes it sticks to the oil drain area.....

Can anyone tell me what might cause this issue? im getting no response from my dealer. shocker. Going to call moto-corsa in portland soon and see if anyone over there can lend some advice.
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 01:59 PM   #14
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Have you pulled the tank (takes 5") and seen if the airbox has a bunch of oil in it...excessive blow-by?
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 02:41 PM   #15
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Have you pulled the tank (takes 5") and seen if the airbox has a bunch of oil in it...excessive blow-by?
Ive had the tank lifted, yes. i didn't inspect it for blow by. Excessive blow by would show near the PCV if there is one on the 1199, yeah? Is there a PCV unit on the 1199? The keyword search on the technical manual doesn't produce any results...
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 02:56 PM   #16
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Have you pulled the tank (takes 5") and seen if the airbox has a bunch of oil in it...excessive blow-by?
Lifted tank. No noticeable oil inside the airbox/on any of the fueling system aside from some obvious residue on the underside of the tank which is of course part of the airbox....definitely oil and other debris. doesn't look right to me but......normal?
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 04:24 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by outhouse View Post
use brake parts cleaner and spray the engine down, run and inspect origin of leakage

Common places are valve covers on this bike.
It was discovered after I purchased the bike that the vertical cover was in fact leaking. That was fixed under warranty on its second visit...this is another leak all together.
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 04:32 PM   #18
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That's a lot of splatter. Did you inspect the bottom of the airbox with a flashlight? There's no oil puddling down in there?
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Welcome to mass production and hourly wages. Your motor is glued together. This in most places is done with a machine driven applicator but a human is holding the part so the process is not automated and therefore, subject to anomalies. You get a good "glue job" and a guy who remembered the torque wrench and you will probably not leak. That is not the norm. Ducati QC is dog shit. I have a hand assembled motor with almost 13K miles on it. Not a hint of oil or water anywhere. I have a stock 1299 with 3K on it with 3 oil leaks. Its that simple. Gaskets and O rings worked pretty well. Someone with a suit thought otherwise. Clean it, tighten to speck (not the Walmart torque wrench for 8 bucks)and go from there. Worse case, pull it, clean it and glue it correctly. Just a warning, there will be profanity involved.
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Old Jun 21st 2017, 06:23 PM   #20
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That's a lot of splatter. Did you inspect the bottom of the airbox with a flashlight? There's no oil puddling down in there?
I inspected the veritcal walls and injector/fueling assembly. Ill take another look when i get home
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