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Ducati dry clutch question - torque spec?

Does anyone know the torque spec on the clutch drum bolt on a duc dry clutch?

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no, but be careful around daves old ducati, the clutch case cover leaks oil.
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I have a service manual for a '99 and '00 996. What kind of bike is it for, that monster? I am not sure they are the same for the different bikes.
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I have a service manual for a '99 and '00 996. What kind of bike is it for, that monster? I am not sure they are the same for the different bikes.
same motor

and all the dry clutch motors probably use the same spec

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check this out:

http://www.mad-ducati.com/Technical/...e_settings.htm

996 clutch drum nut: 24 ft lbs
996 clutch center nut: 137 ft lbs

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