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Anyone locate a shop manual yet (disassembly/assembly, torque settings, etc.)?
 

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There's no such thing available from Ducati, all of our service manuals for the new bikes are part of the Ducati Service System and no longer provided separately in a book or CD like they used to be. If you need torque specs, here are some basics for the 899 on common items:

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RH and LH front brake disc screws: 30 Nm ± 5%

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rear brake disc screws: 25 Nm ± 5%

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front brake calipers screws: 45 Nm ± 5%

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rear brake caliper screws: 25 Nm ± 5%

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front wheel nut: 63 Nm ± 5%

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rear wheel shaft nut: 180 Nm ± 5%

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final drive front sprocket nut: 55 Nm ± 5%

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final drive rear sprocket nuts: 44 Nm ± 5%

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engine-to-frame fasteners: 45 Nm ± 5%

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swingarm shaft fastener: 100 Nm ± 5%

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spark plugs: 12 Nm ± 10%

· water-oil exchanger retaining screws: 13 Nm ± 10%
 

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How are owners supposed to work on their 899 without a service manual? How are non Ducati shops supposed to work on these bikes? I like the peace of mind of being able to look at a service manual and double check the torque settings.
 

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I'm very disappointed Ducati did this.
 
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