Up for sale is my 1993 Ducati 900SS. I’ve had this bike for 9 years. The current mileage 27.8K It has been properly maintained with belt changes, valve adjustments, oil changes, chain lube, etc... The bike has always been stored in my garage and never crashed.
Location: Austin, TX
Asking Price: $4250
Ducati 900SS SP Slideshow
I made some changes over the years. All of the modifications made are reversible with the exception of the airbox cover cutout for the CRS,a hole in the dash plastic for the heated grip switch, and one handlebar grip. The bike includes all parts to return to stock condition, including the carbs, full fairing, oil cooler, turn signals, and OEM seat.
Ducati Kaemna bikini fairing. Paint is an exact match to tank and tail stock paint.
Ca-Cycleworks 41mm FCRs (way better than stock carbs)
Corbin seat customized to take the OEM rear seat cover
Oil cooler relocated to the fairing. This really cleans up the current “naked” look.
Heated grips (“Hot Grips”). Very nice for cold weather riding.
Mini rear turn signals (ebay cheapos but are subtle and work ok)
Upgraded SS floating rotors (1mm thicker)
Upgraded OEM cylinder studs (black ducati studs)
Very Recent work includes
New OEM master and slave clutch cylinders
OEM SS clutch line
Valve adjustment (3 openers needed a few thousandths)
Oil change (synthetic 20w50)
The bike is ready to ride and needs no mechanical or maintenance work.
Other features include
Michelin pilot sport in front (8.5k miles) and pilot road on the rear (<2K)
No internal engine modifications. Stock exhaust.
Clean, lien-free Texas title.
Extra full fairing for one side (from previous owner).
Bunch of misc parts and hardware
Bar end mirrors - I never got used to these and went back to the OEM mirrors
OEM shop manual + Haynes manual
List of defects
Full fairing has some scrappage. If you use these fairings you will probably want to fix this.
Engine paint has a lot of chips, especially on the front head where the head paint is really worn down
Paint chips and wear on the grab rail
Paint chips/scratches on wheels
Rear seat lock has it’s own key as the original lock cylinder vibrated loose and was lost on a road trip.