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Old January 28th, 2017, 11:45 PM   #61
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Hiya, when you do install it a step by step guide/photos would be appreciated by us less mechanically competent/brave if you were able Cheers
Absolutely. I have actually never replaced a clutch before. I think my riding style is pretty easy on them. So it will be a little learning experience.
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Old January 29th, 2017, 05:56 AM   #62
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I've done tons of plate swaps on dry clutches, but never on a wet clutch.

Kuksul08, if you were able to do the starter, and document it as well as you did, it will be no problem at all to do the clutch. Of that I'm sure.
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Old January 29th, 2017, 07:02 AM   #63
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Does it look like this? I got it in the mail today. Not sure when I will get around to installing it, with many other things going on lately.

So the part number to ask for is: "527-9MAB with damper spring and seat"
Thanks a lot Kuksul, I suspect that they will get a few calls tomorrow! I will just order the set.

I don't think you need any special tools for just swapping these bits. However, another forum post mentioned using three long 5mm bolts to get the springs compressed enough to put the OEM bolts in. He used threaded rod and nuts. I have these already, needed them to install the fuel tank cover and cap on our D390.

The main difference between this bike and the dozens I've changed clutches on in the past is the water pump cover, which must be removed after draining the coolant. A good time to switch to something like Engine Ice. Next I need to call my dealer and order some gaskets.

PS The sales guy's name is actually Chance, not Chaz. Wonder if his parents were Peter Sellers fans?
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Old January 29th, 2017, 05:16 PM   #64
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Why would you drain the coolant from the water pump to get to the clutch? They're on opposite sides of the motor.
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Old January 30th, 2017, 08:33 AM   #65
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Sorry, I was thinking about the last cover I wanted to replace, on the FZ-09. It looks pretty straightforward.

I called Barnett today, but Chance and Mike are both out today. Considering how nice the weather has been after all the rain, I don't blame them. I hope they are out riding! Apparently Kuksul got the first and only kit so far, as the part number shows zero stock and one shipped. I've emailed Chance with that pic, and we should know more in a couple of days.

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Old January 30th, 2017, 04:48 PM   #66
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I'm reading the manual and it says you need to have this special clutch basket holding tool in order to remove the nut. I was hoping to not need any special tools.

This whole thing is confusing as the 2013/2015/2016 clutches are all different. Might just have to take it apart and see.
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Old January 31st, 2017, 04:01 AM   #67
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I'm reading the manual and it says you need to have this special clutch basket holding tool in order to remove the nut. I was hoping to not need any special tools.

This whole thing is confusing as the 2013/2015/2016 clutches are all different. Might just have to take it apart and see.
Shouldn't have to take the basket off to change out a couple plates. All you really need to take off should be the pressure plate.
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Old January 31st, 2017, 08:18 AM   #68
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Shouldn't have to take the basket off to change out a couple plates. All you really need to take off should be the pressure plate.
Welp it looks like due to our unique slipper design, the basket stays but the "clutch pack" needs to come out. But someone said they were able to simply hold the rear brake and it was no problem.
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Comparing the parts drawings to the service manual, it looks like those parts go outboard.

I've made an appointment for my 9K service next week. The tech quoted me $285 to install the parts during the service, so I'm doing it myself.

I don't think I'll need it, but fleabay has lots of cheap basket holding tools. I've always been able to change the whole pack without it. The tricky bit will be keeping the pack aligned when part #10 is removed and installed.

As for those four 5mm bolts that hold the pressure plate on, I have a butterfly air impact driver that will spin them out in a few seconds. I'll need two longer bolts to compress the springs enough to put them back in.

One last comment: The service manual calls for removing that big center nut before removing the clutch pack. Reminds me of my D390's valve adjustment procedure, which is done with the engine on a stand! The Ducati manual assumes you are removing the entire assembly.
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Old February 1st, 2017, 11:25 AM   #70
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After reviewing the service manual again it appears that the "service pins" that they call for are actually bolts that hold the assembly together against pressure from the four springs labeled #11 on the diagram. These springs help release the clutch pack, and I can't remember seeing them on any other bike. So these are the 5mm bolts or studs with nuts that are needed for the job. The thread into part #12, which is why they want you to remove the big nut. I suspect that if you just pull the pressure plate off without these "pins" the springs would fall out of place. Sounds tough to reassemble.

Unfortunately, I have not found a suitable clutch tool on ebay. The P/N is 88713.2556 and most dealers want around $280 for it. I don't think that's a coincidence.

If anyone has successfully done this without removing the big nut, I'd like to hear about it. Hmm, maybe if I lay the bike on it's side?
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