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Rusty clutch springs

I'm looking to get myself a billet clutch cover for my wee black 1098S however have noticed that the Duc's that have an open clutch cover have rusted clutch springs.

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Stainless will prevent the rust, as we already know. Never personally heard of the stainlees springs failing though but I could imagine it. It would be highly unlikely that more than one would go at a time and even if one does break it can still be ridden quite easily. Way long enough to get a replacement. IMO you should get a 'full' pressure plate to cover the plates as they can develop surface rust which some people don't like the look of.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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What is the clour code for the Ducati 1098s 2008 model in red for the frame


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it is made by Palini in Italy and if you want to look in the US where I think you are searching for you need to look for color DUC.*487111
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Also look at this:
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http://www.colorrite.com/department/ducati-1198s-motorcycle-paint-10153.cfm

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This thing suxs


Right about 1 quart (give or take about and fluid ounce or two).

Two ways to judge:

1: hold bike upright, remove derby cover (over clutch pack).
Pour primary fluid through derby cover hole until level comes up to just the bottom of the clutch plates.

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2: With bike on kick stand, pour fluid through derby cover opening until level is just below the derby cover opening.

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