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I just got one from the dealer. I'm not exactly sure how to post it here.
 

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If you have a good enough camera on your phone that would be a good alterantive to a scanner ;)
 

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Ok, got the scanner working. The dealers printer was a bit skewed so the first few letters of each item are missing. I'll try to get a better set.
 

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Posted by Richie#20:

That´s the link to the owners manual:

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Sorry...should have been more specific. Yes, the owner's manual is readily available. The shop manual is typically much more useful for DIY, and doesn't appear to be listed yet.
 

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Ok, got the scanner working. The dealers printer was a bit skewed so the first few letters of each item are missing. I'll try to get a better set.
These torque specs might to be for an 1199 Panigale (they reference the Marzocchi forks) and not the 899 Panigale.

After 180 miles of initial riding the chain needed to be tightened, so I'm looking for the rear axle nut torque specs for the 899. The 230 nm referenced in those charts seems high for a typical dual sided swing arm bike. 230 nm is what's used on the SFS, 1098, and 1198. For reference, the 749 is 180 nm.

Any ideas? Thanks.

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I'll talk to my dealer and find out. Surprised Ducati doesn't have an updated torque spec or even a parts catalogue ready yet.
 

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Yeah, I've inquired about ordering a Service Manual, but nothing seems available yet.
 

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As always, the service department at my local dealer, Ducati Bellevue, came through after hours.

Rear wheel retaining nut: 180nm or 132.76ft lbs
 

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On the subject of the rear wheel, what size socket do I need to purchase for it? (This is my first bike with one of those fancy multi faced nuts). Is there a specially named tool for it? Thanks.
 

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On the subject of the rear wheel, what size socket do I need to purchase for it? (This is my first bike with one of those fancy multi faced nuts). Is there a specially named tool for it? Thanks.
I use a standard 12 point 36 mm socket. Works great.
 

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As always, the service department at my local dealer, Ducati Bellevue, came through after hours.

Rear wheel retaining nut: 180nm or 132.76ft lbs

Hey guys, just joined here, I have 300km on my 899. This is my first reply/post. I just called my dealer service guy trying to figure this out and they told me 160nm.
 

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Hi and welcome. I went and double checked the manual, and it says 180 nm. That is from the pages of a 2014 899 service manual which I'm looking at.

It is completely possible that Ducati has revised the value down to 160 nm, but I don't have access to that information.

Try a pm to jarelj. He should be able to get you the current/correct value. Please post up what you find out.
 
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