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That is some nicely machined hardware there.
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Maybe its just me,looks simple and easy to work on.Thats a good thing.


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Maybe its just me,looks simple and easy to work on.Thats a good thing.
Probably not as hard as some people have made it out to be but there is fewer good Ducati mechanics than there are regular I4 guys.

Requires some fairly specialized tools as well but most bikes do.
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What caused all that black scoring on the left piston head? blown ring seal? Or is that normal wear and tear and the right one is new?

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What caused all that black scoring on the left piston head? blown ring seal? Or is that normal wear and tear and the right one is new?

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I was wondering the same thing! Not sure but I'll see if I can find out because each time I see it I'm


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