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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-25-2018, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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2013 B4 1090R Engine Removal Stand

I need to remove the engine from my 2013 B4 1090R (South Africa), but do not have the required engine removal stand (8000B4417).

Is there perhaps someone that has one that can provide me with the dimensions, and some photos? I’ll fabricate one if need be. The service manual is also not very clear on where it should fit on the engine.

Can I support the engine on the flat part on the bottom next to drain plug/oil filter?

Anything I should be cautious with?
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Thank you hokums, that helps a lot. I’ll see what I can come up with over the weekend.

I need to get it onto a pallet to take to an engineering shop. There is a bolt that someone had snapped off and glued back on. I think this bike had a bit of a dodgy lofe before I got it. I need to have it sorted.

I’m going to have lots of fun getting this engine out and back in.
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You could just cobble together a stand from wood. More than a few have done this.

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Thank you. I’ll probably end up with something built directly onto a wooden pallet. Would it be okay to carry all the weight directly on the sump?

Any idea of the weight of the dry engine?
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I think @R1andrew made a nice wood cradle for his engine while building (and rebuilding) Mona Lisa...maybe he has photos.
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I don't think i have any pics of the stand. I supported the engine on the bolts like in the pic above. Used two supports up front and two in the rear. It was was OK for working on and swapping the frame.

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Thank you. Iíll probably end up with something built directly onto a wooden pallet. Would it be okay to carry all the weight directly on the sump?

Any idea of the weight of the dry engine?

I moved a 1090 engine with it sitting on a tire..

It is still sitting on a tire in the garage !

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I think @R1andrew made a nice wood cradle for his engine while building (and rebuilding) Mona Lisa...maybe he has photos.
Only teasing but I have to ask,

Did Andrew use Balsa wood for his stand !

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Instead of starting a new thread, I’ll just ask here.
I eventually got my Brutale 1090R engine back, and started install today.
I have a connector plug on the left front of the frame that I have no idea where it goes. Its bundled with the water temp sensor wire, and the secondary air system wire.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Would that be the diagnostic system plug in? What color are the wires?

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