MOTO GUZZI V750 IE Owner`s manual

Cod. 32 9
92 02 14
UK
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workshopmanual
00/2004-05
INTRODUCTION
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SUMMARY
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INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................. 3
0.1.1.
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 3
0.1.2.
REFERENCE MANUALS .......................................................................................................................... 4
0.1.3.
ABBREVIATIONS/SYMBOLS/CONVENTIONS ........................................................................................ 5
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INTRODUCTION
This manual provides the information required for normal servicing.
This publication is intended for use by Moto Guzzi dealerships and their qualified mechanics; many concepts have
been omitted inasmuch as their inclusion would be superfluous for such an audience. Since complete mechanical
explanations have not been included in this manual, the reader must be familiar with basic notions of mechanics, as
well as with basic repair procedures. Without such familiarity, repairs and checks could be ineffective and even
hazardous. Since the repair and vehicle check instructions are not exhaustive, special care must be taken to avoid
damage and injury. To ensure maximum customer satisfaction with the vehicle, Moto Guzzi spa continuously
improves its products and their documentation. The main technical modifications and changes in repair procedures
are communicated to all Moto Guzzi dealerships and agencies worldwide. Such modifications will be entered in
subsequent editions of the manual. In case of doubt regarding specific repairs or checks, contact the Moto Guzzi
SERVICE DEPARTMENT; we will be pleased to provide all necessary information and assistance as well as
keeping you updated on changes and modifications to the vehicle.
Moto Guzzi s.p.a. reserves the right to make changes to its products at any time, barring any such changes as may alter
the essential features of a product as specified in the relevant manual.
All rights of storage using electronic means, reproduction and total or partial adaptation, whatever the means adopted,
are reserved in all countries.
The mention of third parties’ products is only made for information purposes, and constitutes no engagement.
Moto Guzzi spa is not liable in any way for the performance or use of its products.
For more details see (REFERENCE MANUALS)
First edition: May 2004
Designed and printed by:
DECA s.r.l.
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Tel. +39 - 0545 35235
Fax +39 - 0545 32844
E-mail: deca@decaweb.it
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On behalf of:
Moto Guzzi s.p.a.
via E.V. Parodi, 57- 23826 Mandello del Lario (Lecco) - Italy
Tel. +39 – (0)341 - 709111
Fax +39 – (0)341 - 709220
www.motoguzzi.it
www.servicemotoguzzi.com
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REFERENCE MANUALS
PARTS CATALOGUES
guzzi part# (description)
GU07500
OWNER’S MANUALS
guzzi part# (description)
32.90.00.60
32.90.00.61
32.90.00.62
CYCLE PARTS TECHNICAL MANUAL
guzzi part# (description)
32.92.01.60
32.92.01.61
32.92.01.62
32.92.01.63
32.92.01.64
32.92.01.65
ENGINE TECHNICAL MANUAL
guzzi part# (description)
32.92.02.10
32.92.02.11
32.92.02.12
32.92.02.13
32.92.02.14
32.92.02.15
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ABBREVIATIONS/SYMBOLS/CONVENTIONS
#
<
>
≤
≥
~
∞
°C
°F
±
AC
A
Ah
API
HV
AV/DC
bar
DC.
cc
CO
CPU
DIN
DOHC
ECU
rpm
HC
ISC
ISO
Kg
Kgm
km
kph
kΩ
kPa
KS
kW
= number
= less than
= greater than
= less than or equal to
= more than or equal to
= approximately
= infinity
= degrees Celsius (centigrade)
= degrees Fahrenheit
= plus or minus
= alternating current
= Ampere
= Ampere per hour
= American Petroleum Institute
= high voltage
= Anti-Vibration Double Countershaft
= pressure measurement (1 bar =100 kPa)
= Direct Current
= cubic centimetres
= carbon monoxide
= Central Processing Unit
= German industrial standards (Deutsche Industrie Norm)
= Double Overhead Camshaft
= Electronic Control Unit
= revolutions per minute
= unburnt hydrocarbons
= Idle Speed Control
= International Standardization Organization
= kilograms
= kilogram metre (1 kgm =10 Nm)
= kilometres
= kilometres per hour
= kilo Ohm
= kiloPascal (1 kPa =0.01 bar)
= clutch side (from the German "Kupplungseite")
= kiloWatt
l
= litres
= racetrack lap
= Light Emitting Diode
= left side
= metres per second
= maximum
= millibar (1 mbar =0.1 kPa)
= miles
= minimum
= miles per hour
= flywheel side (from the German "Magnetoseite")
= megaOhm
= Not Available
= Motor Octane Number
= Research Octane Number
= Newton metre (1 Nm =0.1 kgm)
LAP
LED
LEFT SIDE
m/s
max
mbar
mi
MIN
MPH
MS
MΩ
N.A.
N.O.M.M.
N.O.R.M.
Nm
Ω
PICK-UP
BDC
TDC
PPC
RIGHT SIDE
SAE
TEST
T.B.E.I.
= ohm
= pick-up
= Bottom Dead Centre
= Top Dead Centre
= Pneumatic Power Clutch
= right side
= Society of Automotive Engineers
= diagnostic check
= crown-head Allen screw
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T.C.E.I.
T.E.
TP
TSI
UPSIDEDOWN
V
W
Ø
0-6
= cheese-head Allen screw
= hexagonal head
= flat head screw
= Twin Spark Ignition
= inverted fork
= Volt
= Watt
= Diameter
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
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SUMMARY
1.1.
STRUCTURE OF THE MANUAL..................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.1.
CONVENTIONS USED IN THE MANUAL ............................................................................................. 3
1.1.2.
SAFETY WARNINGS............................................................................................................................. 4
1.2.
GENERAL RULES........................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2.1.
BASIC SAFETY RULES......................................................................................................................... 5
1.3.
DANGEROUS ELEMENTS ............................................................................................................................. 8
1.3.1.
WARNINGS ........................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4.
RUNNING-IN ................................................................................................................................................. 12
1.4.1.
RUNNING-IN RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................. 12
1.5.
LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS.............................................................................................................. 13
1.5.1.
LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS .................................................................................................... 13
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STRUCTURE OF THE MANUAL
CONVENTIONS USED IN THE MANUAL
This manual is divided in sections and subsections, each covering a set of the most significant components. Refer
to the index of sections when consulting the manual.
Unless expressly specified otherwise, assemblies are reassembled by reversing the dismantling procedure.
The terms "right" and "left" are referred to the rider seated on the vehicle in the normal riding position.
Motorcycle operation and basic maintenance are covered in the «OWNER'S MANUAL».
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In this manual any variants are identified with these symbols:
MP
SF
optional
catalytic version
all versions
national certification
European certification (EURO 1 limits)
VERSION:
Italy
United Kingdom
Austria
Portugal
Finland
Belgium
Germany
France
Spain
Greece
Holland
Switzerland
Denmark
Japan
Singapore
Slovenia
Israel
South Korea
Malaysia
Chile
Croatia
Australia
United States of America
Brazil
South Africa
New Zealand
Canada
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SAFETY WARNINGS
The following precautionary warnings are used throughout this manual in order to convey the following messages:
Safety warning. This symbol appears, whether in the manual or on the vehicle itself, to indicate a
personal injury hazard. Non-compliance with the indications given in the messages preceded by this
symbol may result in grave risks for your and other people's safety and for the vehicle!
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard which may result in serious injury or even death.
CAUTION
Indicates a potential hazard which may result in minor personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
IMPORTANT: The word "IMPORTANT" in this manual precedes important information or instructions.
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1.2.1.
GENERAL RULES
BASIC SAFETY RULES
CARBON MONOXIDE
Should it be necessary to perform some operations with the vehicle running, make sure to work outdoors or in a wellaerated room.
Avoid starting the engine in closed or badly-ventilated rooms.
In case you are working indoors, make use of an exhaust gases scavenging system.
DANGER
Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, which is extremely toxic if inhaled and may cause loss of
consciousness or even lead to death by asphyxia.
FUEL
DANGER
The fuel used to operate engines is highly flammable and becomes explosive under particular conditions.
Refuelling and engine service should take place in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke when refuelling or in the proximity of sources of fuel vapours, avoid flames, sparks and any
element that could ignite fuel or provoke explosions.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF FUEL IN THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
HIGH-TEMPERATURE COMPONENTS
The engine and the exhaust system parts become hot and continue to be hot even for some time after the engine has
been stopped.
Before handling these parts, wear insulating gloves or wait for the engine and the exhaust system to cool completely
down.
USED GEARBOX AND FORK OILS
DANGER
In case any maintenance operation should be required, it is advisable to use latex gloves.
Gear oil may cause serious damage to the skin if handled daily and for long periods.
Wash your hands carefully after use.
Put it in a sealed container and take it to the filling station where you usually buy it or to an oil salvage
center.
In case any maintenance operation should be required, it is advisable to use latex gloves.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF OIL IN THE ENVIRONMENT
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
BRAKE FLUID
WARNING
When using the brake fluid, take care not to spill it on the plastic, rubber or painted parts, since it can
damage them.
When carrying out the maintenance operations on the braking system, use a clean cloth to cover these
parts.
Always wear safety goggles when working on the braking system.
The brake fluid is highly irritant. Avoid contact with your eyes.
If the brake fluid gets in contact with the skin or the eyes, carefully wash the parts of your body that get
in contact with the fluid and consult a doctor.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
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HYDROGEN GAS AND BATTERY ELECTROLYTE
DANGER
The battery electrolyte is a toxic, caustic substance containing sulphuric acid and thus able to cause
severe burns in case of contact.
Always wear tight gloves and protective clothes when handling this fluid.
If the electrolyte gets in contact with the skin, carefully wash the parts of your body that get in contact
with the fluid with abundant fresh water.
Always use a protection for your eyes since also a very small amount of the battery fluid can cause
blindness. In the event of contact with your eyes, carefully wash them with water for fifteen minutes and
then consult immediately an eye specialist.
Should you accidentally drink some fluid, drink abundant water or milk, then drink magnesia milk or
vegetable oil and consult immediately a doctor. Battery releases explosive gases. Keep flames, sparks,
cigarettes and any other heat source away from the battery. Make sure the room is well-aerated when
servicing or recharging the battery.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
The battery fluid is corrosive
Do not pour it on the plastic parts.
Make sure that the electrolyte acid is suitable for the type of battery used.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND INFORMATION
Follow these instructions closely when repairing, disassembling or reassembling the motorcycle or its components.
DANGER
Using bare flames is strictly forbidden when working on the motorcycle. Before servicing or inspecting
the motorcycle: stop the engine and remove the key from the ignition switch; allow for the engine and
exhaust system to cool down; where possible, lift the motorcycle using adequate equipment placed on
firm and level ground. Be careful of any parts of the engine or exhaust system which may still be hot to
the touch to avoid scalds or burns.
Never put any mechanical parts or other vehicle components in your mouth when you have both hands
busy. None of the motorcycle components is edible. Some components are harmful to the human body
or toxic.
Unless expressly specified otherwise, motorcycle assemblies are refitted or re-assembled by reversing
the removal or dismantling procedure. Where a procedure is cross-referred to relevant sections in the
manual, proceed sensibly to avoid disturbing any parts unless strictly necessary. Never attempt to polish
matte-finished surfaces with lapping compounds.
Never use fuel instead of solvent to clean the motorcycle.
Do not clean any rubber or plastic parts or the seat with alcohol, petrol or solvents. Clean with water and
neutral detergent.
Always disconnect the battery negative (–) lead before soldering any electrical components.
When two or more persons service the same motorcycle together, special care must be taken to avoid
personal injury.
Read (DANGEROUS ELEMENTS).
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BEFORE DISASSEMBLING ANY COMPONENTS
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Clean off all dirt, mud, and dust and clear any foreign objects from the vehicle before disassembling any
components.
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Use the model-specific special tools where specified.
DISASSEMBLING THE COMPONENTS
Never use pliers or similar tools to slacken and/or tighten nuts and bolts. Always use a suitable spanner.
Mark all connections (hoses, wiring, etc.) with their positions before disconnecting them. Identify each connection
using a distinctive symbol or convention.
Mark each part clearly to avoid confusion when refitting.
Thoroughly clean and wash any components you have removed using a detergent with low flash point.
Mated parts should always be refitted together. These parts will have seated themselves against one another in
service as a result of normal wear and tear and should never be mixed up with other similar parts on refitting.
Certain components are matched-pair parts and should always be replaced as a set.
Keep the motorcycle and its components well away from heat sources.
REASSEMBLING THE COMPONENTS
DANGER
Never reuse a circlip or snap ring. These parts must always be renewed once they have been disturbed.
When fitting a new circlip or snap ring, take care to move the open ends apart just enough to allow
fitment to the shaft.
Make a rule to check that a newly –fitted circlip or snap ring has located fully into its groove.
Never clean a bearing with compressed air.
NOTE All bearings must rotate freely with no hardness or noise. Replace any bearings that do not meet these
requirements.
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Use ORIGINAL Moto Guzzi SPARE PARTS only.
Use the specified lubricants and consumables.
Where possible, lubricate a part before assembly.
When tightening nuts and bolts, start with the largest or innermost nut/bolt and observe a cross pattern. Tighten
evenly in subsequent steps until achieving the specified torque.
Replace any self-locking nuts, gaskets, seals, circlips or snap rings, O-rings, split pins, bolts and screws which have
a damaged thread.
Lubricate the bearings abundantly before assembly.
Make a rule to check that all components you have fitted are correctly in place.
After repairing the motorcycle and after each service inspection, perform the preliminary checks, and then operate
the motorcycle in a private estate area or in a safe area away from traffic.
Clean all joint surfaces, oil seal edges and gaskets before assembly. Apply a light coat of lithium grease along the
edges of oil seals. Fit oil seals and bearings with the marking or serial number facing outwards (in view).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
To disconnect the electrical connector, follow the procedures below. Failure to comply with these procedures may lead to
irreparable damages to the connector and the wiring as well. If present, press the special safety hooks.
WARNING
Do not pull cables to disconnect the two connectors.
•
•
•
Grasp the two connectors and disconnect them by pulling them in the two opposite directions.
In case of dirt, rust, moisture, etc.., thoroughly clean the inside of the connectors with compressed air.
Make sure that the cables are correctly fitted inside the connectors terminals.
NOTE The two connectors have just one correct positioning. Make sure to position them in the right direction.
•
Then fit the two connectors. Make sure they are correctly coupled (a click will be heard).
TIGHTENING TORQUE SETTINGS
DANGER
Always remember that the tightening torque settings of all wheel, brake, wheel shaft and other
suspension parts play a fundamental role to ensure vehicle safety. Make sure that these values are
always within the specified limits.
Check fastening parts tightening torque settings at regular intervals. Upon reassembly, always use a
torque wrench.
Failure to comply with these recommendations could lead to the loosening and detachment of one of
these parts with a consequent locking of the wheel or other serious troubles affecting the vehicle
maneuverability, and thus the risk of falls and serious injuries or death.
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WARNINGS
FUEL
DANGER
The fuel used to operate engines is highly flammable and becomes explosive under particular conditions.
Refuelling and engine service should take place in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke when refuelling or in the proximity of sources of fuel vapours. Avoid contact with bare flames,
sources of sparks or any other source which may ignite the fuel or lead to explosion.
Take care not to spill fuel out of the filler, or it may ignite when in contact with hot engine parts. In the
event of accidental fuel spillage, make sure the affected area is fully dry before starting the engine. Fuel
expands from heat and when left under direct sunlight.
Never fill the fuel tank up to the rim. Tighten the filler cap securely after each refuelling.
Avoid contact with skin. Do not inhale vapours. Do not swallow fuel. Do not transfer fuel between
different containers using a hose.
DO NOT RELEASE FUEL INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
Use only premium grade unleaded petrol, min. O.N. 95 (N.O.R.M.) and 85 (N.O.M.M.).
LUBRICANTS
DANGER
A good lubrication ensures the vehicle safety.
Failure to keep the lubricants at the recommended level or the use of a non-suitable new and clean type
of lubricant can lead to the engine or gearbox seizure, thus leading to serious accidents, personal injury
or even death.
Gear oil may cause serious damage to the skin if handled daily and for long periods.
Wash your hands carefully after use.
Do not dispose of oil into the environment.
Take it to the filling station where you usually buy it or to an oil salvage center.
WARNING
When filling the vehicle with this oil, take care not to spill it out since it could damage the vehicle
paintwork.
In case of contact with oil, the tyres surface will become very slippery, thus becoming a serious danger
for your safety.
In case of leaks, do not use the vehicle. Check and trace the cause of leaks and proceed to repair.
ENGINE OIL
DANGER
Prolonged or repeated contact with engine oil may cause severe skin damage.
Wash your hands thoroughly after handling engine oil.
Do not release into the environment.
Dispose of engine oil through the nearest waste oil reclamation firm or through the supplier.
Wear latex gloves during servicing
FRONT FORK FLUID
DANGER
Front suspension response can be modified to a certain extent by changing damping settings and/or
selecting a particular grade of oil. Standard oil grade is SAE 20 W. Different oil grades can be selected to
obtain a particular suspension response. (Choose SAE 5W for a softer suspension, 20W for a stiffer
suspension).
The two grades can also be mixed in varying solutions to obtain the desired response.
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BRAKE FLUID
NOTE This vehicle is fitted with front and rear disc brakes. Each braking system is operated by an independent hydraulic
circuit. The information provided below applies to both braking systems.
DANGER
Do not use the vehicle in case brakes are worn out or do not work properly! The brakes are the parts that
most ensure your safety and for this reason they must always be perfectly working. Failure to comply
with these recommendations will probably lead to a crash or an accident, with a consequent risk of
personal injury or death.
A wet surface reduces brakes efficiency.
DANGER
In case of wet ground the braking distance will be doubled, since both brakes and tyres drives on the
road surface are extremely reduced by the water present on the road surface.
Any water on brakes, after washing the vehicle or driving on a wet road surface or crossing puddles or
gips, can wet brakes so as to greatly reduce their efficiency.
Failure to comply with these recommendations may lead to serious accidents, with a consequent risk of
severe personal injuries or death.
Brakes are critical safety components. Do not ride the vehicle in case brakes are not working at their
best.
Check for brakes proper operation before every trip.
Brake fluid is an irritant. Avoid contact with eyes or skin.
In the event of accidental contact, wash affected body parts thoroughly. In the event of accidental contact
with eyes, contact an eye specialist or seek medical advice.
DO NOT RELEASE BRAKE FLUID INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
When handling brake fluid, take care not to spill it onto plastic or paint-finished parts or they will damage.
DANGER
Do not use any brake fluids other than the specified type. Never mix different types of fluids to top up
level, as this will damage the braking system.
Do not use brake fluid from containers which have been kept open or in storage for long periods.
Any sudden changes in play or hardness in the brake levers are warning signs of problems with the
hydraulic circuits.
Ensure that the brake discs and brake linings have not become contaminated with oil or grease. This is
particularly important after servicing or inspections.
Make sure the brake lines are not twisted or worn.
Prevent accidental ingress of water or dust into the circuit.
Wear latex gloves when servicing the hydraulic circuit.
DISC BRAKES
DANGER
The brakes are the parts that most ensure your safety and for this reason they must always be perfectly
working; check them before every trip.
A dirty disc soils the pads.
Dirty pads must be replaced, while dirty discs must be cleaned with a high-quality degreaser.
Perform the maintenance operations with half the indicated frequency if the vehicle is used in rainy or
dusty areas, on uneven surfaces or on racetracks.
When the disc pads wear out, the level of the fluid decreases to automatically compensate for their wear.
The front brake fluid reservoir is located on the right handlebar, near the front brake lever.
The rear brake fluid reservoir is located under the right fairing.
Do not use the vehicle if the braking system leaks fluid.
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COOLANT
DANGER
Coolant is toxic when ingested and is an irritant, contact with eyes or skin may cause irritation.
In the event of contact with eyes, rinse repeatedly with abundant water and seek medical advice. In the
event of ingestion, induce vomiting, rinse mouth and throat with abundant water and seek medical advice
immediately.
DO NOT RELEASE INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
DANGER
Take care not to spill coolant onto hot engine parts. It may ignite and produce invisible flames. Wear
latex gloves when servicing.
Do not ride when coolant is below the minimum level.
Coolant mixture is a 50% solution of water and anti-freeze. This is the ideal solution for most operating temperatures and
provides good corrosion protection.
This solution is also suited to the warm season, as it is less prone to evaporative loss and will reduce the need for topups.
In addition, less water evaporation means fewer minerals salts depositing in the radiator, which helps preserve the
efficiency of the cooling system.
When temperature drops below zero degrees centigrade, check the cooling system frequently and add more anti-freeze
(up to 60% maximum) to the solution.
Use distilled water in the coolant mixture. Tap water will damage the engine.
Refer to the chart given below and add water with the quantity of anti-freeze to obtain a solution with the desired freezing
point:
Freezing point °C (-F°)
-20° (-4)
-30° (-22)
-40° (-40)
Coolant % of volume
35
45
55
NOTE Coolants have different specifications. The protection degree is written on the label.
WARNING
Use nitrate-free coolant only, with a protection until at least -35°C (-31°F).
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TYRES
WARNING
If tyres are excessively inflated, the vehicle will be hard and uneasy to ride, thus making you feel not at
your ease.
In addition the roadworthiness, mainly on wet surfaces and during cornering, will be impaired.
Flat tyres (insufficient pressure) can slip on the rim and make you lose the control of the vehicle.
In this case too, both vehicle roadworthiness, maneuverability and brake efficiency will be impaired.
Tyres changing, repair, maintenance and balancing must be carried out by specialized technicians using
suitable equipment.
When new, tyres can have a thin slippery protective coating. Drive carefully for the first kilometers
(miles). Never use rubber treating substances on tyres.
In particular, avoid contact with fluid fuels, leading to a rapid wear.
In case of contact with oil or fuel, do not clean but change tyres.
DANGER
Some of the factory-assembled tyres of this vehicle are provided with wear indicators.
There are several kinds of wear indicators.
For more information on how to check the wear, contact your Dealer.
Visually check if the tyres are worn and in this case have them changed.
If a tyre deflates while driving, stop immediately.
Avoid hard brakings or moves and do not close throttles too abruptly.
Slowly close throttle grip, move to the edge of the road and make use of the engine brake to slow down
until coming to a halt.
Failure to comply with these recommendations can lead to serious accidents and consequent personal
injuries or death.
Do not install tyres with air tube on rims for tubeless tyres and viceversa.
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RUNNING-IN
1.4.1.
RUNNING-IN RECOMMENDATIONS
The running-in of the engine is essential to ensure its duration and correct functioning.
If possible, drive on hilly roads and/or roads with many bends, so that the engine, the suspensions and the brakes
undergo a more effective running-in.
During running-in, change speed.
In this way the components are first "loaded" and then "relieved" and the engine parts can thus cool down.
Even if it is important to stress the engine components during running-in, take care not to exceed.
WARNING
Only after the first 2000 km (1243 mi) of running-in you can expect the best performance levels from the
vehicle.
Keep to the following indications:
•
Do not open the throttle completely if the speed is low, both during and after the running-in.
•
During the first 100 km (62 mi) pull the brakes with caution, avoiding sharp and prolonged brakings. This ensures a
correct bedding-in of the pads on the brake disc.
•
During the first 1000 km (621 mi) never exceed 5000 rpm (see table).
WARNING
After the first 1000 km (621 mi), Dealer carry out the checks indicated in the column "After running-in",
see (REGULAR SERVICE INTERVALS CHART), in order to avoid hurting yourself or other people
and/or damaging the vehicle.
•
•
Between the first 1000 km (621 mi) and 2000 km (1243 mi) drive more briskly, change speed and use the
maximum acceleration only for a few seconds, in order to ensure better coupling of the components; never exceed
6000 rpm (see table).
After the first 2000 km (1243 mi) you can expect better performance from the engine, however, without exceeding
the maximum allowed [7600 rpm].
Engine maximum rpm recommended
Mileage km (mi)
0÷1000 (621)
1000÷2000 (621÷1243)
over 2000 (1243)
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5000
6000
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1.5.
1.5.1.
LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS
LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS
These numbers are necessary for vehicle registration.
IMPORTANT: Altering the identification numbers of vehicle
or engine is a legal offence punishable by heavy fines and
penalties. In addition, altering the frame number (VIN) results
in immediate warranty invalidation.
ENGINE NUMBER
The engine number is punched on the right hand side of the
engine next to the oil level plug.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
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SUMMARY
2.1.
GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................................... 3
2.1.1.
TECHNICAL DATA.................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.2.
TABLE OF LUBRICANTS.......................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .......................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.4.
SPECIAL TOOLS ...................................................................................................................................... 6
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2.1.1.
GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
ENGINE – TRANSMISSION
ENGINE
Type
Number of cylinders
Cylinder layout:
Pistons
Bore
Stroke
Total displacement
Cooling
Air cleaner
Compression ratio
Maximum horsepower (CE correction)
Maximum torque (CE correction)
Engine idling speed
two-cylinder 4-stroke
two
90° V
forged, two compression rings, one oil control ring
80 mm (3.15 in)
74 mm (2.91 in)
744 cm3 (45.4 cuin)
air
dry cartridge type
9.6:1
35.5 kW at 6800 rpm
54.7 Nm at 3600 rpm
1100 ± 100 rpm
TIMING
Timing diagram:
2 valves with push-rods and rockers
intake valve opens
18° B.T.D.C.
intake valve closes
50° A.B.D.C
exhaust valve opens
53° B.T.D.C.
exhaust valve closes
15° A.B.D.C
Values valid with clearance between rockers 0,15 mm (0.0059 in) opens
and valve of
0,20 mm (0.00787 in) closes
FUEL SUPPLY
Type
Choke
Fuel
Electronic injection (Weber – Marelli)
Ø 36 mm (1.417 in)
Premium grade unleaded petrol, min. O.N. 95 (N.O.R.M.) and 85
(N.O.M.M.).
STARTING
electric
EXHAUST
Three-way manifold with catalyser
DRIVE
- clutch
- primary drive
- transmission
- gear ratios:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
- final drive
- ratio
Lubrication
dry single disc with cush drive
gear-type, ratio: 16/21 = 1:1.3125
5 gears
11/26 = 1:2.3636
14/23 = 1:1.6429
18/23 = 1:1.2778
18/19 = 1:1.0556
20/18 = 1:0.9
cardan shaft type
8/33 = 1:4.825
Pressure system, valve adjustment, lobe pump
SPARK PLUGS
Standard
Gap
Resistance
NGK BR8ES
0,6 – 0,7 mm (0.024 – 0.028 in)
5 KΩ
CAPACITIES
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Gearbox oil
Oil and filter change 1.78 litres (0.47 gal)
170 cm3 (10.37 in3)
1000 cm3 (61 in3)
2-3
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
2.1.2.
TABLE OF LUBRICANTS
LUBRICANT
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Gearbox oil
Bearings and other lubrication points
2-4
V750 IE
PRODUCT
RACING 4T
RECOMMENDED:
Alternatively, use brand name oil complying with or exceeding CCMC G-4
A.P.I. S.G. specifications.
TRUCK GEAR 85 W 140
RECOMMENDED:
ROTRA MP/S 80 W 90
RECOMMENDED:
BIMOL GREASE 481,
AUTOGREASE MP or
RECOMMENDED:
GREASE SM2.
As an alternative to recommended grease, use top brand rolling bearing
grease that will resist a temperature range of -30°C…+140°C, with dropping
point 150°C…230°C, high corrosion protection, good resistance to water
and oxidisation.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
V750 IE
2.1.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
TIGHTENING
TORQUES
(Nm)
DESIGNATION
CYLINDER HEADS
Cylinder head covers fixing screws
10
Spark plugs
25
CRANKCASE AND COVERS
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M10)
40÷42
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M8)
28÷30
Crankcases joining nuts (M8)
22÷25
Crankcases joining nuts (M10)
40÷42
Timing cover fixing screws
10
Sump fixing screws
10
Valves cover insert fixing screw
5
CONNECTING ROD GROUP
Rods fixing screws
30÷32
Flywheel to crankshaft fixing screws
40
Ring gear fixing screws
10
TIMING
Camshaft to crankcase fixing connection
30
Timing gear to camshaft fixing screws
25
Phonic wheel fixing screw
25
ELECTRIC STARTING
Starter motor fixing screws
25
FUEL SUPPLY
Injector cap fixing screws (M5)
4
Intake manifolds to heads fixing screws
10
LUBRICATION
Oil pressure sensor
8÷10
Oil pump to crankcase fixing screws
10
Filter cartridge sealing cover fixing screws
25
IGNITION
Alternator stator fixing screws
5
Alternator rotor fixing nut
80
CLUTCH
Clutch shaft fixing nut
100
GEARBOX
Primary shaft fixing nuts
65
Cover to gearbox fixing screws
10
Gearbox to clutch housing cover fixing screws
10
Index lever fixing screw nut.
6
2-5
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
2.1.4.
2-6
SPECIAL TOOLS
V750 IE
V750 IE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Key:
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Tool designation and application
Bush for fitting oil seal on secondary shaft
Tool for fitting oil seal on timing cover (crankshaft)
Valves disassembly / assembly tool
Punch for bevel gear pair pinion oil seal
Bevel gear pair alignment preassembly tool
Punch for clutch shaft bearing on case
Punch for transmission case oil seal
Punch for clutch shaft oil seal
Punch for assembling oil seal on gearbox cover for secondary shaft
Clutch disk assembly and centring tool
Flywheel holder tool
Spacer for installation of ring on secondary shaft
Puller for internal ring on hollow shaft
Puller for transmission case bearing external ring
Punch for bearing on bevel gear pair pinion
Intermediate gear holding tool for removal of gearbox
Punch for primary shaft bearing on gearbox
Punch for taper bearing outer race on bevel gear pair pinion holder body
Punch for transmission case bearing outer race
Puller for swing arm holder bearing on gearbox cover
Reducer bush for valve disassembly tool (this tool is marked with No. 10 90 72 00)
Punch for driving bearing inner race onto hollow shaft
Tool for assembling oil seal on crankshaft - flywheel side
Punch for driving oil seal onto flange and crankshaft – flywheel side
Clutch shaft holding tool
Clutch shaft nut holding wrench
Gearbox support
Graduated disk
Punch for mounting cap on valve guide
Tool for assembling oil seal to timing cover (camshaft)
Secondary shaft bearing outer race inserter tool
Part number
19 92 73 00
19 92 72 20
10 90 72 00
19 92 61 00
19 92 88 00
19 92 94 00
19 92 60 00
19 90 59 00
19 92 72 00
19 90 65 00
19 91 18 00
19 92 72 02
19 90 70 00
19 92 75 00
19 92 62 00
19 92 77 00
19 92 63 00
19 92 64 00
19 92 65 00
19 92 76 00
19 92 78 00
19 92 79 00
12 91 20 00
19 92 71 00
19 90 71 60
19 90 54 60
19 90 25 00
19 92 96 00
19 92 60 20
19 92 73 20
19 92 64 60
2-7
GEARBOX
V750 IE
GEARBOX
3
3-1
GEARBOX
V750 IE
SUMMARY
3.1.
GEARBOX HOUSING ...................................................................................................................................... 3
3.1.1.
DISASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................................................... 3
3.1.2.
REASSEMBLY .......................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES ........................................................................................................................ 11
3.2.
CLUTCH HOUSING........................................................................................................................................ 12
3.2.1.
DISASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.2.
REASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................................ 15
3.2.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES ........................................................................................................................ 19
3.3.
GEARBOX ...................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.3.1.
GEAR....................................................................................................................................................... 20
3-2
GEARBOX
V750 IE
3.1.
3.1.1.
GEARBOX HOUSING
DISASSEMBLY
•
Mount clutch shaft on housing so that the gear
engages the main shaft gear.
•
Insert the prescribed holding tool in the clutch shaft
grooves
•
Remove the intermediate gear blocking nut and take
out the washer.
3-3
GEARBOX
•
Remove gear and clutch shaft.
•
Unscrew breather plug with its pawl.
3-4
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V750 IE
•
Unscrew and remove idle gear indicator.
•
Unscrew gearbox cover bolts and remove it with the
help of a mallet.
•
Loosen counternut and remove the eccentric screw to
position preselector.
GEARBOX
3-5
GEARBOX
•
Slide preselector out and remove preselector blocking
ring.
•
After loosening securing screws of blocking plates
carry on with unit removal complete with gear, shafts
and forks.
3-6
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GEARBOX
V750 IE
3.1.2.
REASSEMBLY
Preselector reassembly
•
After remounting the unit complete with shafts on
gearbox cover, insert the spring and insert the two
tangs on the preselector peg making sure the distance
between the two tangs is equal both on the peg and at
tangs ends.
•
Remount eccentric screw and counternut on cover
taking care that the eccentric part of the screw is
oriented towards the preselector nut.
3-7
GEARBOX
•
Reassemble preselector spacer.
•
Place preselector on the cover making sure that the
two spring tangs are inserted in the hollow of the
adjustment screw, then rotate the screw by 90ø and
tighten counternut.
•
Remount gasket, tighten securing screws of gearbox
housing cover to prescribed torque.
3-8
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V750 IE
•
GEARBOX
Insert gear with relative washer on main shaft of gear
and tighten securing nut to prescribed torque and stake
with punch.
3-9
GEARBOX
3 - 10
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GEARBOX
V750 IE
3.1.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
GEARBOX
Primary shaft fixing nuts
Cover to gearbox fixing screws
Gearbox to clutch housing cover fixing screws
Index lever fixing screw nut.
65 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
6 Nm
3 - 11
GEARBOX
3.2.
CLUTCH HOUSING
3.2.1.
DISASSEMBLY
•
Once the gearbox/clutch housing has been fixed to the
vice-held support, use the nut holding tool to loosen the
nut by turning the shaft with the appropriate tool.
•
Remove the Allen screws locking the clutch housing to
gearbox.
3 - 12
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V750 IE
•
Disconnect and remove housing, complete with clutch
shaft, by lightly hitting housing sides..
•
Remove gasket.
•
Remove the three screws with washers and take off
bearing blocking plate.
GEARBOX
3 - 13
GEARBOX
•
Unscrew clutch shaft securing nut.
•
Take out clutch shaft, remove clutch and blocking ring.
3 - 14
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GEARBOX
V750 IE
3.2.2.
•
REASSEMBLY
Insert clutch shaft with the help of a plastic mallet,
remount sieger and then blocking ring.
3 - 15
GEARBOX
•
Position blocking plate and tighten screws with washer
after covering them with thread locking paste.
•
Position clutch housing gasket and place clutch
housing in its seat.
3 - 16
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V750 IE
•
Tighten Allen screws, external screws and tighten to
prescribed torque.
•
Tighten clutch shaft nut using the appropriate tool and
stake.
•
Insert breather plug.
GEARBOX
3 - 17
GEARBOX
•
Screw in gear in idle indicator.
•
Insert clutch push rod in shaft with the greater diameter
towards the control lever.
3 - 18
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GEARBOX
V750 IE
3.2.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
CLUTCH
Clutch shaft fixing nut
100 Nm
3 - 19
GEARBOX
3.3.
GEARBOX
3.3.1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
V750 IE
GEAR
Primary gear shaft
Gear
Thrust washer
Circlip
Gear
Gear
Roller cage
Gear
Idle gear
Bearing
Clearance washer
Nut
Bearing
Driven shaft
Spacer
Bearing
Spacer
Gasket ring
Circlip
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear
Gear
3 - 20
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
Clearance washer
Bearing
Spacer
Gutter
Circlip
Washer
Washer
Shift cam
Pin
Snap ring
Fork
Fork
Roller
Pin
Preselection complete
Spacer
Spring
Lever
Washer
Spring
Plate
Screw
Washer
Nut
ENGINE
V750 IE
ENGINE
4
4-1
ENGINE
V750 IE
SUMMARY
4.1.
GEARBOX AND STARTER MOTOR REMOVAL ............................................................................................ 4
4.1.1.
GEARBOX REMOVAL FROM ENGINE................................................................................................. 4
4.1.2.
STARTER MOTOR REMOVAL.............................................................................................................. 5
4.1.3.
OIL SUCTION PIPE DETACHMENT FROM BLOCK............................................................................. 6
4.1.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES ...................................................................................................................... 7
4.2.
CYLINDER HEAD COVERS............................................................................................................................ 8
4.2.1.
CYLINDER HEAD COVERS REMOVAL................................................................................................ 8
4.2.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................... 9
4.2.3.
REASSEMBLY..................................................................................................................................... 10
4.2.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 11
4.3.
TIMING .......................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.3.1.
ENGINE FRONT COVER DISASSEMBLY .......................................................................................... 12
4.3.2.
ALTERNATOR DISASSEMBLY........................................................................................................... 13
4.3.3.
REV AND STROKE SENSOR REMOVAL ........................................................................................... 15
4.3.4.
TIMING COVER REMOVAL ................................................................................................................ 16
4.3.5.
TIMING CHECK ................................................................................................................................... 18
4.3.6.
TIMING REASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................... 21
4.3.7.
TIMING CHECK ................................................................................................................................... 24
4.3.8.
SOUND WHEEL ASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................. 26
4.3.9.
AIR GAP MEASUREMENT AND SENSOR REASSEMBLY ................................................................ 27
4.3.10.
ALTERNATOR REASSEMBLY............................................................................................................ 29
4.3.11.
TIMING DATA ...................................................................................................................................... 31
4.3.12.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 32
4.4.
CLUTCH ........................................................................................................................................................ 33
4.4.1.
DISASSEMBLY OF CLUTCH PLATE AND DISK ................................................................................ 33
4.4.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................. 35
4.4.3.
CLUTCH PLATE AND DISK ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................ 36
4.4.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 38
4.5.
ENGINE THRUST PLATE FLYWHEEL ......................................................................................................... 39
4.5.1.
FLYWHEEL DISASSEMBLY................................................................................................................ 39
4.5.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................. 41
4.5.3.
FLYWHEEL THRUST PLATE REASSEMBLY..................................................................................... 42
4.5.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 44
4.6.
ENGINE HEAD .............................................................................................................................................. 45
4.6.1.
ENGINE HEAD DISASSEMBLY .......................................................................................................... 45
4.6.2.
DISASSEMBLY OF HEAD VALVES .................................................................................................... 47
4.6.3.
VALVE GUIDE FROM HEADS DISASSEMBLY .................................................................................. 49
4.6.4.
VALVE SEAT REASSEMBLY AND CHECK ........................................................................................ 50
4.6.5.
VALVE SEAT RECTIFICATION........................................................................................................... 52
4.6.6.
SPRING PACK INSPECTION.............................................................................................................. 55
4.6.7.
ENGINE HEAD REASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................... 57
4.6.8.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 59
4.7.
CYLINDERS .................................................................................................................................................. 60
4.7.1.
CYLINDERS DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................. 60
4.7.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................. 61
4.7.3.
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................... 62
4.7.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 64
4.8.
PISTONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 65
4.8.1.
PISTONS DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................... 65
4.8.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................. 66
4.8.3.
PISTON REASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................... 68
4.9.
COMPRESSION RINGS AND SCRAPER RING........................................................................................... 70
4.9.1.
DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................................... 70
4.9.2.
COMPRESSION RING CHECK........................................................................................................... 71
4.9.3.
COMPRESSION RING AND SCRAPER RING REASSEMBLY .......................................................... 72
4.10.
ENGINE BLOCK............................................................................................................................................ 73
4.10.1.
ENGINE BLOCK DISASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................ 73
4.10.2.
CHECK................................................................................................................................................. 76
4.10.3.
ENGINE BLOCK REASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................... 77
4.10.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 81
4.11.
CON RODS ................................................................................................................................................... 82
4.11.1.
CON RODS DISASSEMBLY................................................................................................................ 82
4.11.2.
CON ROD CLEARANCE CHECK ........................................................................................................ 83
4.11.3.
CON ROD REASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................... 84
4.11.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 85
4.12.
DRIVING SHAFT ........................................................................................................................................... 86
4.12.1.
DRIVING SHAFT DISASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................... 86
4.12.2.
DRIVING SHAFT CHECK .................................................................................................................... 88
4.12.3.
TIGHTENING TORQUES .................................................................................................................... 90
4-2
V750 IE
ENGINE
4.13.
OIL SUMP ......................................................................................................................................................91
4.13.1.
OIL SUMP DISASSEMBLY...................................................................................................................91
4.13.2.
OIL SUMP CHECK ...............................................................................................................................94
4.13.3.
REASSEMBLY......................................................................................................................................95
4.13.4.
OIL PUMP DISASSEMBLY...................................................................................................................97
4.13.5.
OIL PUMP INSPECTION ......................................................................................................................99
4.13.6.
OIL PUMP REASSEMBLY..................................................................................................................101
4.13.7.
OIL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT VALVE DISASSEMBLY..................................................................102
4.13.8.
OIL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT VALVE ASSEMBLY........................................................................103
4.13.9.
OIL TRANSMITTER REASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................104
4.13.10.
TIGHTENING TORQUES ...................................................................................................................105
4-3
ENGINE
4.1.
4.1.1.
GEARBOX AND STARTER MOTOR REMOVAL
GEARBOX REMOVAL FROM ENGINE
•
Remove gearbox securing screws from engine.
•
Remove gearbox.
4-4
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.1.2.
STARTER MOTOR REMOVAL
•
Remove starter motor securing screws.
•
Remove starter motor.
4-5
ENGINE
4.1.3.
•
4-6
OIL SUCTION PIPE DETACHMENT FROM BLOCK
Remove oil fume suction pipe from block.
V750 IE
ENGINE
V750 IE
4.1.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
ELECTRIC STARTING
Starter motor fixing screws
25 Nm
4-7
ENGINE
4.2.
4.2.1.
•
4-8
CYLINDER HEAD COVERS
CYLINDER HEAD COVERS REMOVAL
Remove screws and take off head covers and head
gaskets.
V750 IE
ENGINE
V750 IE
4.2.2.
•
CHECK
Check for damage to contact surfaces to heads and for
blowholes.
4-9
ENGINE
4.2.3.
REASSEMBLY
•
Change cover gaskets, reassemble covers on heads.
•
Lock screws crosswise with dynamometric spanner to
the prescribed torque value.
4 - 10
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.2.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
CYLINDER HEADS
Cylinder head covers fixing screws
Spark plugs
10 Nm
25 Nm
4 - 11
ENGINE
4.3.
TIMING
4.3.1.
•
ENGINE FRONT COVER DISASSEMBLY
Remove securing screws and take protective covers off
alternator unit.
4 - 12
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.2.
ALTERNATOR DISASSEMBLY
•
Remove screws securing stator to timing cover and
slide stator out.
•
Unscrew the rotor to crankshaft fixing nut, withdraw the
rotor and remove the key.
4 - 13
ENGINE
4 - 14
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.3.
•
REV AND STROKE SENSOR REMOVAL
Remove the two securing screws and slip stroke
sensor out.
4 - 15
ENGINE
4.3.4.
TIMING COVER REMOVAL
•
Remove securing screws and take off timing cover with
its gasket.
•
Remove chain stretcher.
•
Remove securing screw of sound wheel and take it out.
4 - 16
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V750 IE
•
ENGINE
Remove the two screws, timing gear to shaft, chain
and oil pump gear.
4 - 17
ENGINE
4.3.5.
TIMING CHECK
ROCKER ARM DISASSEMBLY
•
Remove piston rings and slip the two rocker arms and
the oil delivery union out.
4 - 18
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V750 IE
•
•
ENGINE
Check that pin surface in contact with rocker arms is
not overworn.
Check contact surfaces of both valve rocker arm and
rocker arm rod.
ROCKER ARM REASSEMBLY
•
Check that longitudinal milling is set towards oil
delivery duct.
IMPORTANT Pay special attention to the correct orientation
of the washers at the time of reassembly.
•
Insert oil delivery union and rocker arms on the axes
locking them in place with the piston rings.
4 - 19
ENGINE
•
•
Check that rocker arm push rods are straight, and that
end contact surfaces do not show signs of seizing. If
so, replace them.
An easy way to check if the pressed ends on the rods
(pads) have become slack is to drop them from a short
distance onto a flat surface; on impact rods should
produce a high-pitched metallic sound: this indicates
that the pad has no slack.
4 - 20
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.6.
TIMING REASSEMBLY
•
Put left cylinder at top dead centre by checking that
reference on driving shaft gear is at top of its
perpendicular axis.
•
Position timing shaft with gear reference pin pointing
downwards.
•
Insert oil pump shaft locking spline.
•
Insert the two gears with the timing belt; once
assembled check position of indicator notches and
tighten screws with dynamometric spanner to
prescribed torque.
4 - 21
ENGINE
•
Tighten oil pump nut with oil pump shaft held still.
4 - 22
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V750 IE
•
ENGINE
Insert belt stretcher and tighten with dynamometric
spanner to prescribed torque.
4 - 23
ENGINE
4.3.7.
TIMING CHECK
•
After positioning the goniometer and centesimal
comparator: put the cylinder at top dead centre in
compression phase and check exact positioning by
following the centesimal comparator readings.
•
Zero goniometer using top dead centre on indicator as
reference.
•
Adjust tappets to theorectical clearance prescribed.
4 - 24
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V750 IE
•
Turn clockwise until contact between rod and rocker
arm is reached and on goniometer check intake valve
advance with respect to top dead centre.
•
Continue to turn until rod is free, read the value
representing retard of the valve closing with respect to
bottom dead centre.
•
•
Repeat operation for the other valves.
Adjust tappet clearance to clearance prescribed.
ENGINE
4 - 25
ENGINE
4.3.8.
•
•
•
SOUND WHEEL ASSEMBLY
Sound wheel position is given by the dowel on timing
shaft.
Position sound wheel by checking correct insertion on
timing shaft (see notch) and tighten using
dynamometric spanner to prescribed torque.
Once the gasket is inserted remount cover on timing
and tighten with dynamometric spanner to prescribed
torque.
4 - 26
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.9.
AIR GAP MEASUREMENT AND SENSOR REASSEMBLY
•
Insert a flat washer on the sensor to measure
thickness.
•
Position the sensor on timing cover and contact it with
the sound wheel.
•
Use a thickness gauge to measure clearance between
securing plate and cover. Substraction of flat washer
thickness from the found value gives the clearance
between sensor and sound wheel.
4 - 27
ENGINE
•
Remove the washer and insert the sensor after
covering securing plate surface with sealant paste and
tighten the screws to torque.
4 - 28
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.10.
•
ALTERNATOR REASSEMBLY
Insert the contact washer, locking spline and rotor, and
tighten the screw nut with the dynamometric spanner to
torque.
4 - 29
ENGINE
•
Insert stator and its cover and tighten the three screws.
•
Insert stator cover.
4 - 30
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ENGINE
V750 IE
4.3.11.
TIMING DATA
Intake:
opens 18° before T.D.C.;
closes 50° after B.D.C.
Exhaust:
opens 53° before B.D.C.;
closes 15° after T.D.C.
Valves clearance for timing check 1 mm (0,039).
Valves clearance for operation:
intake
0.15 mm (0,0059);;
exhaust
0.20 mm (0,0079);.
4 - 31
ENGINE
4.3.12.
V750 IE
TIGHTENING TORQUES
TIMING
Camshaft to crankcase fixing connection
Timing gear to camshaft fixing screws
Phonic wheel fixing screw
4 - 32
30 Nm
25 Nm
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4.4.
4.4.1.
CLUTCH
DISASSEMBLY OF CLUTCH PLATE AND DISK
•
Mount prescribed engine flywheel stopping tool on
block.
•
Unscrew clutch plate securing screws and remove it
complete with starter ring.
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•
Remove clutch disk.
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4.4.2.
CHECK
•
Check clutch disk for scratches or overwear.
•
Check antijerk rings and that clutch disk thickness is
not less than value prescribed: if so, clutch disk must
be replaced.
•
Check clutch disk ring gears of rim and contact surface
for wear.
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4.4.3.
CLUTCH PLATE AND DISK ASSEMBLY
•
Once the flywheel stopping tool has been inserted.
•
insert cup with relative blocking ring.
•
Position appropriate tool to centre clutch disk on plate
and position disk in seat.
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Fix the assembly on flywheel thrust plate by tightening
screws to torque.
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4.4.4.
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TIGHTENING TORQUES
CLUTCH
Clutch shaft fixing nut
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4.5.
4.5.1.
ENGINE THRUST PLATE FLYWHEEL
FLYWHEEL DISASSEMBLY
•
Remove stop ring and engage-disengage cup.
•
Remove screws securing thrust plate flywheel to
driving shaft, then take it out.
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4.5.2.
•
•
CHECK
Check that flywheel surfaces in contact with disk are
not scratched.
Check that driving shaft contact surfaces are not
deformed. If so, flywheel must be replaced.
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4.5.3.
FLYWHEEL THRUST PLATE REASSEMBLY
•
When reassembling flywheel thrust plate on driving
shaft make sure that "yellow" mark on driving shaft is
perfectly in line with groove on engine flywheel.
•
Tighten the screws and insert the appropriate flywheel
stopping tool.
•
Crosswise lock screws with dynamometric spanner to
prescribed torque. It is advisable to replace flywheel
securing screws to driving shaft.
•
Insert clutch engage-disengage cup and relative
blocking ring.
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4.5.4.
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TIGHTENING TORQUES
CONNECTING ROD GROUP
Rods fixing screws
Flywheel to crankshaft fixing screws
Ring gear fixing screws
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40 Nm
10 Nm
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4.6.
4.6.1.
ENGINE HEAD
ENGINE HEAD DISASSEMBLY
•
Crosswise unscrew nuts at block securing heads,
cylinders and rocker arm pins.
•
Remove top spacers, rocker arms complete with pins,
bottom spacers, rocker arm control push rods and slide
heads out of stud bolts.
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4.6.2.
DISASSEMBLY OF HEAD VALVES
•
Place the prescribed tool on the top cap of the valve to
be removed and at the centre of valve mushroom.
•
Close tool by compressing the spring and hit the head
of the tool with a mallet to remove the two cotters from
top cap.
•
Unscrew the tool and remove it from the head.
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Slip out top cap, spring and then valve.
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4.6.3.
•
VALVE GUIDE FROM HEADS DISASSEMBLY
Remove valve guide gaskets and take out bottom
spring cap.
NOTE Valve guides must be replaced when wear is such
that valve replacement alone is insufficient to eliminate
clearance between valve stem and internal hole of valve
guide.
•
Valve guides are removed with an appropriate punch
and mallet by hitting from the inside towards the
outside; this operation is made easier by preheating
the head to about 50-60°C (122-140°F).
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4.6.4.
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VALVE SEAT REASSEMBLY AND CHECK
•
Hit the valve guides back into place with punch and
mallet from the outside towards the inside; it is
advisable to preheat the head to around 60°C.
•
Once the valve guides are back in place rectify them
with a reamer to obtain internal diameter measurement
given in table.
Valves and valve guides assembly data
VALVE GUIDE INSIDE
DIAMETER
mm (in)
Intake
Exhaust
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5,500÷5,520 (0.2165÷0.2173)
5,500÷5,520 (0.2165÷0.2173)
VALVE STEM DIAMETER
ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE
mm (in)
mm (in)
5,480÷5,465 (0.2157÷0.2151)
5,480÷5,465 (0.2157÷0.2151)
0,020÷0,055
(0.0008÷0.0021)
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INTAKE
Aø
mm (in)
32,0÷32,25
(1.2598÷1.2697)
B
(theoretical)
ø mm (in)
34
(1.3386)
C
D
(theoretical) mm (in)
mm (in)
1,42
(0.0559)
1
(0.0394)
EXHAUST
Aø
mm (in)
27,72÷27,97
(1.0913÷1.1012)
C
B
(theoretical) (theoretical)
mm (in)
ø mm (in)
30
1,6
(1.1811)
(0.0630)
D
mm (in)
1,14
(0.0448)
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4.6.5.
VALVE SEAT RECTIFICATION
NOTE Valve seat rectification after valve guide replacement
or when valve seat is not tight rectification must be carried
out.
•
Once the pilot tool has been chosed put it in the valve
guide and lock in place.
•
Choose mill according to diameter and valve seat
inclination.
Insert the mill in pilot tool and carefully push it down to
valve seat level.
•
•
Put the mill in the T spanner and turn clockwise
applying pressure lightly until uniform valve contact
surface is obtained.
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Repeat operation with appropriate mill to restore valve
blocking seat width.
•
•
Remove all tools used when operation is completed.
Put back spring bottom seats and use the prescribed
tool to insert blocking gaskets on valve guide.
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4.6.6.
SPRING PACK INSPECTION
With the assembly (cups, springs, valves and half-cones) installed on the heads, the external springs must be
compressed by 36 mm (1.4173 in). Note that at their fully open position the valves must have an additional 1 mm (0.039
in) excursion before the internal spring is completely compressed. If necessary add or remove shims until the above
dimension is obtained.
Free length
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SPRING CHARACTERISTICS
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DESCRIPTION
UNIT
VALUE
External diameter
mm (in)
/
Internal diameter
mm (in)
17,8 ± 0,2 (0.7007 ± 0.0079)
Wire diameter
mm (in)
3,4 ± 0,03 (0.1338 ± 0.0012)
Free length
mm (in)
43,6 (1.7165)
Solid length
mm (in)
27,5 (1.0827)
Test length L1
mm (in)
36 (1.4173)
Test length L2
mm (in)
28 (1.1024)
Measured test load P1
Kg (lb)
17,6 ± 5 % (38.8013 ± 5 %)
Measured test load P2
Kg (lb)
44 ± 3 % (97.0033 ± 3 %)
Coil direction
/
right-hand
Spring class to UNI 7900/4
/
CC
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4.6.7.
ENGINE HEAD REASSEMBLY
•
Position new gasket and put engine head in seat.
•
Insert bottom spacers of rocker arms, rocker arm push
rods, rocker arms and top spacers with all relative nuts.
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•
Crosswise lock the nuts to prescribed torque.
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4.6.8.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
CYLINDER HEADS
Cylinder head covers fixing screws
Spark plugs
10 Nm
25 Nm
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4.7.
CYLINDERS
4.7.1.
CYLINDERS DISASSEMBLY
•
Slip cylinders with their gaskets out of stud bolts.
•
Remove the O ring between block and cylinder.
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4.7.2.
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CHECK
After checking scoring, use a centesimal comparator to
check for cylinder surface wear.
Measure inside cylinder diameter at three heights
(insert legend) by revolving centesimal comparator by
90ø
and
repeat
measurements;
Centesimal
comparator must be previously zeroed on a ring gauge.
•
Key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
1st measurement
nd
2 measurement
3rd measurement
control dimension for selection
Cylinders selection ø
GRADE “D”
GRADE “E”
GRADE “F”
80,000 ÷ 80,010
(3.1496 ÷ 3.1500)
80,010 ÷ 80,020
(3.1500 ÷ 3.1504)
80,020 ÷ 80,030
(3.1504 ÷ 3.1508)
When fitting new units, cylinder categories “D-E-F” must be
paired with the corresponding pistons selected in categories
“D-E-F”.
Assembly clearance between piston and cylinder: 0.050 ÷
0.070 mm (in 0.0020 ÷ 0.0027).
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4.7.3.
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
•
Check that compression ring notches are staggered at
angles of about 120 degrees between each other.
•
Once the new gasket is in place and the ring is inserted
in its seat on the block, put an adequate market
available ring-tightener on the piston.
•
Lubricate inside cylinder wall and piston. Start fitting
the piston in the cylinder seat using a mallet.
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Once past the segment area remove ring-tightener
from piston and insert cylinder in its seat.
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4.7.4.
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TIGHTENING TORQUES
CRANKCASE AND COVERS
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M10)
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M8)
Crankcases joining nuts (M8)
Crankcases joining nuts (M10)
Timing cover fixing screws
Sump fixing screws
Valves cover insert fixing screw
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40÷42 Nm
28÷30 Nm
22÷25 Nm
40÷42 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
5 Nm
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4.8.
4.8.1.
PISTONS
PISTONS DISASSEMBLY
•
After protecting cylinder seat, remove the two gudgeon
retaining springs.
•
Use the screw of the prescribed tool to slip gudgeon
out and remove piston.
NOTE When overhauling carry out decarbonization of piston
crown and piston ring housings.
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4.8.2.
•
•
Key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
•
•
CHECK
First check for superficial scoring and then check wear
of the cylinder bore surfaces using a dial gauge
Measure the inside diameter of the cylinder bore at
three different heights then turn the dial gauge through
90° and repeat the measurements; the dial gauge must
be first zero set on a ring gauge.
1st measurement
nd
2 measurement
3rd measurement
control dimension for selection
Check the piston diameter at the specified height and
on an axis perpendicular to the gudgeon pin.
Selection values refer to the bare piston (without
graphite facing).
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Check that the selection mark and assembly arrows
are punch marked on the piston.
Piston diameter selection
GRADE “D”
mm (in)
79,940 ÷ 79,950
(3.1472 ÷ 3.1476)
GRADE “E”
mm (in)
79,950 ÷ 79,960
(3.1476 ÷ 3.1480)
GRADE “F”
mm (in)
79,960 ÷ 79,970
(3.1480 ÷ 3.1484)
IMPORTANT Graphite facing thickness when new: 0.015 ± 0.005 mm
Gudgeon pin to piston bore assembly data
GUDGEON PIN EXTERNAL
DIAMETER
mm (in)
DIAMETER OF BORES
IN PISTON
mm (in)
ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE
mm (in)
19,996 ÷ 20,000
(0.7872 ÷ 0.7874)
22,000 ÷ 22,006
(0.8661 ÷ 0.8664)
From mm 0.006 (in 0.00024)
clearance
to mm 0,002 (in 0.0008)
interference
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4.8.3.
•
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PISTON REASSEMBLY
In reassembling piston to con rod eye, heat piston in oil
bath to about 60°C (140°F), to slightly dilate it so
gudgeon is easier to put back.
Insert blocking spring in piston and fit appropriate tool
on piston to insert gudgeon.
•
Position piston with tool attached on the con rod and
screw to insert gudgeon.
•
Remove tool when operation is completed and insert
the second blocking spring of gudgeon seat after
protecting cylinder seat.
NOTE Assembly position is indicated by an arrow to be set
according to rotation direction.
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4.9.
COMPRESSION RINGS AND SCRAPER RING
4.9.1.
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DISASSEMBLY
Remove compression rings and scraper ring.
NOTE to avoid breaking, rings must not be stretched more
than is necessary to slip them off piston.
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4.9.2.
•
COMPRESSION RING CHECK
Use a feeler gauge to check that the assembly
clearance between ring and ring groove on the piston
is as specified.
top compression ring mm 0.030 ÷ 0.062 (in 0.0012 ÷
0.0024);
second compression ring mm 0.030 ÷ 0.062 (in 0.0012 ÷
0.0024);
oil control ring mm 0.030 ÷ 0.062 (in 0.0012 ÷ 0.0024).
•
Insert the piston rings one at a time into the cylinder
square to the cylinder wall and use a feeler gauge to
check the end gap.
top compression and second compression and scraper ring:
mm 0.25 ÷ 0.45 (in 0.0098 ÷ 0.0177);
oil control ring: mm 0.20 ÷ 0.45 (in 0.0079 ÷ 0.0177).
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4.9.3.
•
COMPRESSION RING AND SCRAPER RING REASSEMBLY
Insert compression rings according to notches and ring
assembly direction; rings must be staggered at angles
of about 120 degrees between each other.
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4.10. ENGINE BLOCK
4.10.1.
ENGINE BLOCK DISASSEMBLY
•
Remove the four column nuts from inside the block and
the six nuts outside.
•
Insert a bar in engine union tie rod seat to chassis,
then use a plastic mallet to lightly hit the rod to get the
two halfblocks to separate.
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•
•
•
Remove top block taking care not to damage contact
surface.
Remove driving shaft complete with connecting rods
and halfbearings.
Unscrew oil pressure sensor from top block and
remove timing shaft check bushing and then slip out
the shaft and tappets and classify them.
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4.10.2.
CHECK
•
Check that junction surfaces are whole, not either
dented or scratched. Remove liquid sealant with
trichloroethylene.
•
Check that stud bolt threading is not dented or
stripped. If so, replace stud bolts.
•
Clean all lubricant channels of the two blocks with
compressed air.
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4.10.3.
ENGINE BLOCK REASSEMBLY
•
Lubricate and reinsert tappets.
•
Reposition timing shaft in top block seat and lubricate
and lock timing shaft-stopper union into place.
•
Insert halfbearing on timing and flywheel sides with
shoulders on top block and lubricate parts assembled.
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•
Insert lubricated blocking ring on driving shaft and
reposition the assembly on engine block making sure
con rods are correctly inserted in their seats.
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Put lubricated halfbearings back in their housings in
bottom block, cover block junction surfaces with
prescribed fluid sealant.
•
Couple the two blocks making sure the two surfaces
adhere perfectly by lightly hitting them with a mallet
and crosswise tighten the four centre stud bolts and
external nuts to the prescribed torque.
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4.10.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
BASAMENTO E COPERCHI
Dado fissaggio teste -cilindri al basamento (M10)
Dado fissaggio teste-cilindri al basamento (M8)
Dadi unione basamenti (M8)
Dadi unione basamenti (M10)
Viti di fissaggio coperchio distribuzione
Viti fissaggio coppa olio
Vite fissaggio inserto copertura valvole
40÷42 Nm
28÷30 Nm
22÷25 Nm
40÷42 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
5 Nm
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4.11. CON RODS
4.11.1.
CON RODS DISASSEMBLY
•
Once the driving shaft, complete with con rods, has
been removed from the top block, remove screws and
separate con rod from small end making sure
reference marks and assembly direction are followed.
•
Remove halfbearings from con rods and small ends.
NOTE repeat for other con rod.
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4.11.2.
•
•
•
CON ROD CLEARANCE CHECK
With a micrometer check con rod pin diameter measurement on the orthogonal axes and in the working area of the
halfbearings. Check bearing housing measurement on both timing and flywheel sides.
After replacing screws to prescribed torque in the con rod without halfbearings, use centesimal comparator to
measure the external diameter of halfbearing housing. Use round-tipped micrometer to measure thickness of the
two halfbearings.
Check that bushings in con rod eye do not show signs of seizing pits or deep scratching. If so, they must be
replaced.
Big end diameter 43.657÷43.670 mm (in 1.7188 ÷ 1.7193).
Crank pin diameter 39.995÷40.001 mm (in 1.5746 ÷ 1.5748).
Clearance between crank pin and connecting rod big end bearing at 90° from the mating faces: min. 0.020 (in 0.0008),
max. 0.061 (in 0.0024).
Connecting rod bearing thicknesses
NORMAL (production)
A
B
mm (in)
mm (in)
1.537÷1.543
1.527÷1.533
(0.0605 ÷ 0.0607)
(0.0601 ÷ 0.0603)
Diameter of bush driven into connecting rod small end and gudgeon pin
INSIDE DIAMETER FOR BUSHING
DRIVEN INTO CONNECTING ROD
SMALL END
mm (in)
DIAMETER OF GUDGEON PIN
mm (in)
SMALL END BUSHING
TO GUDGEON PIN ASSEMBLY
CLEARANCE
mm (in)
18,010÷18,020
(0.7090 ÷ 0.7094)
17,996÷18,000
(0.7085 ÷ 0.7087)
0,010÷0,024
(0.0004 ÷ 0.0009)
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4.11.3.
•
•
CON ROD REASSEMBLY
Before assembling check reference marks and
assembly direction.
Reassemble con rods in driving shaft seat on con rod
pin by tightening the screws to the prescribed torque.
CON ROD SHIM CHECK
Make sure that assembly clearance of con rods and driving
shaft shoulders complies with prescribed values:
mm 0,265÷0,515 (in 0.0104 ÷ 0.0203).
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4.11.4.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
CONNECTING ROD GROUP
Rods fixing screws
Flywheel to crankshaft fixing screws
Ring gear fixing screws
30÷32 Nm
40 Nm
10 Nm
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4.12. DRIVING SHAFT
4.12.1.
•
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DRIVING SHAFT DISASSEMBLY
Disassemble driving shaft con rods.
Unscrew oil plug and thoroughly clean oil ducts and
passages to con rods and main journals.
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4.12.2.
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DRIVING SHAFT CHECK
Apply thread locking paste to plug thread and screw it
firmly back into place.
Clean lubricant passages with compressed air.
NOTE Driving shaft is nitrided therefore cannot be ground; if
wear, ovalization or deep scratching has occurred driving
shaft must be replaced.
Diameter of timing side crankshaft journal
Normal (production) mm (in)
40,023 ÷ 43,007
(1.5757 ÷ 1.6932)
Diameter of flywheel side main bearing seat
Normal (production) mm (in)
47,130÷47,142
(1.8555 ÷ 1.8560)
Total thickness for flywheel side main bearing
Normal (production) mm (in)
2,044÷2,050
(0.0805 ÷ 0.0807)
Clearance between crankshaft and flywheel side main
bearing
Normal (production) mm (in)
0,007÷0,047
(0.0003 ÷ 0.0018)
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Diameter of flywheel side crankshaft journal
Normal (production) mm (in)
39,995÷40,011
(1.5746 ÷ 1.5752)
Thickness of thrust half washer on flywheel side main
bearing
Normal (production) mm (in)
2,310÷2,360
(0.0909 ÷ 0.0929)
Main bearing journal to shell clearance
Normal (production) mm (in)
0,35÷0,40
(0.0138 ÷ 0.0157)
maximum parallelism error of the two crankshaft axes
(crankpin and flywheel / timing side main journals) must be
no greater than 0.02 mm (in 0.0009), at a distance of 40 mm
(in 1.5748).
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4.12.3.
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CONNECTING ROD GROUP
Rods fixing screws
Flywheel to crankshaft fixing screws
Ring gear fixing screws
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40 Nm
10 Nm
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4.13. OIL SUMP
4.13.1.
OIL SUMP DISASSEMBLY
•
Remove oil filter securing screw to sump.
•
Remove cartridge filter.
•
Remove screws securing oil sump to engine block and
take sump out and slide gasket off.
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•
Remove oil level indicator.
•
Flatten safety plate, remove mesh filter blocking screw
and filter from oil sump.
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4.13.2.
•
OIL SUMP CHECK
Check mesh filter for dirt. If so, wash and clean with
compressed air.
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4.13.3.
REASSEMBLY
•
Insert filter, safety plate and tighten securing screw.
•
Bend safety plate.
•
Position gasket between oil sump and block (Always
replace gasket). Take care to position gasket correctly
since incorrect assembly causes anomalous oil
circulation.
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•
Crosswise tighten sump screws and lock them with
dynamometric spanner to prescribed torque.
•
Insert filter cartridge and tighten screw to prescribed
torque.
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4.13.4.
OIL PUMP DISASSEMBLY
•
After disassembling timing, unscrew Allen screws and
remove oil pump from engine block. Disassemble
pump as follows:
•
•
•
Remove locking spline.
Take pump drive shaft out with inside rotor attached.
Remove external rotor.
•
Slip bearings and their internal housing out of pump
body.
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4.13.5.
OIL PUMP INSPECTION
OIL PUMP BODY
Check that the faces and internal seats of the pump body are
not scored, damaged or dented.
Oil pump data:
ø of seat for external rotor
40.650÷40.675 mm (in 1.6004 ÷ 1.6014);
ø of bore for pump drive shaft
12.016÷12.043 mm (in 0.4730 ÷ 0.4741);
ø of seat for roller bearings
21.972÷21.993 mm (in 0.8650 ÷ 0.8659);
thickness of seat for external rotor
15.030÷15.070 mm (in 0.5917 ÷ 0.5933).
EXTERNAL ROTOR
Check that the internal and external surfaces and the faces
are not scored or damaged, otherwise renew both rotors.
External rotor data:
external ø 40.540÷40.570 mm (in 1.5960 ÷ 1.5972);
internal ø 24.205÷24.230 mm (in 0.9529 ÷ 0.9539);
thickness 14.960÷14.990 mm (in 0.5890 ÷ 0.5902).
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INTERNAL ROTOR
Check that the internal and external surfaces and the faces
are not scored or damaged, otherwise renew both rotors.
Internal rotor data:
external ø
29.745÷29.770 mm (in 1.1711 ÷ 1.1720);
ø of bore for pump drive shaft
12.000÷12.018 mm (in 0.4724 ÷ 0.4731);
thickness
14.960÷14.990 mm (in 0.5890 ÷ 0.5902).
ROLLER BEARINGS
Check that the bearing rollers are not damaged, otherwise
renew the bearings.
OIL PUMP DRIVE SHAFT
Check that the drive shaft is not damaged and that the
threads are in good condition, that the keyway is not burred
and that the end that operates in the internal rotor is not
damaged, otherwise renew the shaft.
Shaft data:
ø for pump body bore
11.982÷12.000 mm (in 0.4717 ÷ 0.4724);
ø for roller bearings
9.991÷10.000 mm (in 0.3933 ÷ 0.3937).
ASSEMBLY CLEARANCES
between pump body and external rotor
0.080÷0.135 mm (in 0.0031 ÷ 0.0053);
between bore on internal rotor and pump drive shaft
0.016÷0.061 mm (in 0.0006 ÷ 0.0024);
between bore on pump body and pump drive shaft
0.016÷0.061 mm (in 0.0006 ÷ 0.0024).
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4.13.6.
•
•
OIL PUMP REASSEMBLY
Assemble oil pump and reposition on block according
to the two centering dowels.
Lock Allen screws to the prescribed torque and make
sure the draw shaft revolves freely.
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ENGINE
4.13.7.
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OIL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT VALVE DISASSEMBLY
Use appropriate spanner to unscrew adjustment valve
fitted to threaded hole of block.
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V750 IE
ENGINE
V750 IE
4.13.8.
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OIL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT VALVE ASSEMBLY
Insert valve and spring and use dynamometric spanner
to tighten the screw covered with thread locking paste
to prescribed torque.
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ENGINE
4.13.9.
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OIL TRANSMITTER REASSEMBLY
Insert oil sensor transmitter telltale on bushing and
tighten to torque.
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V750 IE
ENGINE
V750 IE
4.13.10.
TIGHTENING TORQUES
CRANKCASE AND COVERS
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M10)
Cylinder heads-barrels to crankcase fixing nut (M8)
Crankcases joining nuts (M8)
Crankcases joining nuts (M10)
Timing cover fixing screws
Sump fixing screws
Valves cover insert fixing screw
40÷42 Nm
28÷30 Nm
22÷25 Nm
40÷42 Nm
10 Nm
10 Nm
5 Nm
LUBRICATION
Oil pressure sensor
Oil pump to crankcase fixing screws
Filter cartridge sealing cover fixing screws
8÷10 Nm
10 Nm
25 Nm
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