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996R/later Testastretta interchangeablility

As this is my first Testastretta, I want to get a handle on what is interchangeable with the 996R. Belts are obviously a primary concern. Are they the same all the way through the 1198? I assume shims are shims, etc. Standard 998 full systems will not work, due to the deep sump, correct? What else?

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I'm pretty sure is, that the 996R Testastretta is pretty much the same as the 999 Testastretta. I used many parts for my 996R from the 999 models as carbon belt covers, slipper clutch etc. Also, when you browse the Ducati parts catalog of the 996R (motorwise) you will find the same numbers as for the 999 models. But I'm not sure about the 1098 models.
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belts 73740124A i believe.
some 1098 parts will fit.
998s ans 996R are the same motors (here is aus anyway) not sure about other countries.. I know some got sand cast deep cases and some got die cast.
deep sump pipes will fit shallow motors, shallow pipes, can be made to fit deep motors, but its a bit of messing about.
shims are the same.
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As this is my first Testastretta, I want to get a handle on what is interchangeable with the 996R. Belts are obviously a primary concern. Are they the same all the way through the 1198? I assume shims are shims, etc. Standard 998 full systems will not work, due to the deep sump, correct? What else?
Does your 996R have a deep sump?
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US 998S has LOW sump engine.
EURO 998S has DEEP sump engine.
US 998 biposto has LOW sump engine.
EURO 998 biposto has LOW sump engine.

ALL 996R/998R/999R/749R have DEEP sump engine + sand-cast cases.

998R and 999R are almost the same engine from 2002 to 2004, 999cm3. 05 has More power, not related to the new power mesurement process introduced in 2005/2006 (bigger valves i think).

996R, 998S and 05/06 999 Biposto and 999S are almost the same stuff, 998cm3

03/04 999bip and 998bip have same cams but 999 has deep sump engine.

Full exhaust system from a deep sump can be put on a low sump but there will be no clearance near the oil filter (the pipe hits the case....IMO it's not good at all).
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I'm not sure where you got your info, but 03/04 999 do not have deep sump motors. Also, I believe the deep sump was used in the 998r.

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To a supersum it is really easy...

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You're perfectly right: 999 biposto 03/04 have shallow sump cases. Deep sump become 999 biposto's cases in 2005.
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Specifically, does this motor use the same coolant hoses as the 998?

What about front sprockets? It doesn't look like the 996 one...




And for the record it is a sand, cast deep sump motor.

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