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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 07-25-2019, 03:02 PM   #31
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handy pic

need to find a pic of one with plastics off to see tank position
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all they bits are stock ducati, I take no credit
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need to find a pic of one with plastics off to see tank position
This is just what's on my phone, let me know if you want to see anything specific and I'll get some pics. The seat pops off with 1 bolt, the fairings with like 8 between all 3 of em, exposing the tank is a 3 minute job so gimme a shout if you need anything.


In this pic you can see rubber nubs on the left and right shoulders of the frame. Left side is unsupported, right side sits between 2 vertical brackets. There are ears on the tank that slide over these nubs.




Here's the tank on the nubs.




I don't have a good pic of the rear mounting platform, but you can kind of see it here. On the side of the bike facing the camera, behind the rearmost triangle of the subframe (left of the rubber pads the seat rests on), is a small platform that the tank sits on. A screw goes through the bracket from underneath into a threaded insert on the tank to secure it.





There isn't much holding these things in place. That threaded insert on the rear-right-bottom of the tank is about all the fastening it gets, with the ears at the front holding it in position. The side fairings attach at the bottom to tabs on the frame, and then at the top they get bolted to the tank, so I suppose that adds some holdey-downness as well. There's also a hoop that bolts over the tank (you can see the tabs at the top-rear of the main frame), supports the front of the seat, doesn't actually fasten to the tank but does retain it from going anywhere.

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Also, here's the parts fiche:
https://issuu.com/ducatiomaha/docs/h...22863/10926403

And here's the torque spec bible:
https://www.ducati.ms/forums/92-hype...que-specs.html


Note that with the parts fiche, Ducati lists all of their part numbers as "NNN.N.NNN.NL" (N= number, L= letter). All of the places that actually sell these parts don't use the periods in them. So when you're searching for stuff, make sure to remove the periods.

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Just found this one from way back when I first got the bike. Gives a bit of an idea of how the rear of the tank sits in the subframe.
The tank's top fairing isn't present here... the side fairings have the two fasteners shown, then one at the bottom on the frame and then another fastener at the top-front of the tank which is shared by the top fairing (the rear of the top fairing hooks into that notch on the tank's back).
The fastener in the middle of the two shown holding the side fairing stays in the tank and doesn't fasten anything... there are two notches in the seat and these bolts slot into them to secure the front of the seat.


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cheers Mcanter, gives me some pointers, if possible could you measure the swingarm length and yoke offset? After that I reckon its get it in the jig once free and set about it
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Cheers mcanter, given me some good pointers, if poss could you measure the length of the arm and yoke offset please. After that i reckon its off to the jig once its free

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Can do, be off work in a few hours and can get it then.

Fairings look good. The left side looks like it's missing the lower mounting tab, very very common failure point. My old fairings were both missing the lowers and held on nice and solid anyways, wouldn't worry too much about it.

You know a DSSA ain't right for this build

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course its wrong,we like wrong, but nothing set in stone. mounting tab is in a bag
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