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post #222 of 230 (permalink) Old Apr 26th, 2016, 2:49 am Thread Starter
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Rebuilding '98 748SP Black on Black

Last week I found myself a BNIB SPS subframe on ebay. (there is still anonther one for sale)
I was searching quite a while for this one cause it got the holes to use my carbon under seat bracket!



The original pricetag is still on it

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Great build thanks for posting.

Love the overflow tank, where did you get that? and did it cost much?

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Thanks,

The expansiontank is the one from a 998/999 RS.
Once in a while they come along on online marketplaces.
Be aware if you're going this way you can't use your street airducts.

I still have to work on my front turn indicators.



My new subframe is mounted!
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thanks, didn't realise they'd have to be changed as well.

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what did you do with your front indicator?
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For some reasons I've been away for a couple of years but this month I've started to work on the bike.

At the moment I'working on:
The 749R calipers are sold an I've bought some new Brembo monoblocks.
I've upgraded the plastick fuel connectors to the metal ones.
And I also bought a billet nut for the fuel level sensor underneath te gastank.


The next upgrade I would really like to do is an old school digital dash...., the saga continues!
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sp1 honda dash looks cool on one of these. fitted one to my old bikes (916 then 996) and then to a customers 998 and another to 91 gsxr 7/11. any dash that isnt CAN can be made to work. haltech also make a dash that looks like what the factory race bikes had back then.
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oh. and very nice bike by the way
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Morning Willem. Most (nearly all) my Ducati data Iíve gathered over the years was lost due to bad decisions over my choice of business partner. Will do the best I can to find pics.

Most dashboards can be adapted to suit the 748-998. Major grief when adapting a dash from a Japanese bike is the early Ducati used a square wave signal from the computer and the Japanese used a sine wave signal. I got a wiz to make me an adapter box to run in line. Later Ducati computers wonít need this and all modern aftermarket dashís can be programmed or switched to either. The other anomaly is the Ducati positive triggered low fuel signal. Easy fixed with a small relay. And lastly with a dash from another bike you need a HALL trigger and a place to put it for a speed signal. Aftermarket dashís can be calibrated to the correct speed but you will need something like a SpeedoHealer for the Ducati if you choose to run a dash from another bike. For the speedo and low fuel warning I just made a sub harness and everything else made a plug from the dash to the bike. Mounting is easy, just cut to whatever shape you want from a piece of 1.5mm carbon. Canít promise any pics but Iíll do my best to find some old ones.
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