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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old Oct 3rd, 2016, 12:51 am Thread Starter
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Ducati 999RS F05 Project

Hi guys,

Peter and i decided 2 years ago not to go for old-timer Cars, but for Ducati race bikes

And know we have some bikes and they need a restoration;-))

The bikes are real race bikes with history and frame number and all the special parts

First question is do you like Patina or not... What is you opinion with that??

The bikes were raced and some are in a very bad condition, cause some teams had not the budget to order original ducati corse parts after every crash

So Peter and i don't like Patina and we decided to bring in some new parts and restore the others

If you like, i could write some stories and technical details about the bikes here!?

On our web page we have a lot of infos but only in german at the moment...

Send info, if it s interesting and we should post something here

Ciao and thanks!
Markus
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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old Oct 3rd, 2016, 10:48 am
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yes please

I like where this is going
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Yeah, something more German would be nice

I personally love Ducati racebikes and the 999F models are something I would love to own one day. Both the Fila livery from 2003 to 2004, but also the Xerox one from Bayliss era. Wouldn't mind Xaus Sterilgarda bike either, but the one I've seen fore sale was a bit too pricey for me at that moment

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Thanks guys for your likes!!

Ok, lets start with some project info

The 999RS guandalini is one of the first 999RS Ducati sold to a private Team for the 2004 season

They delivered two bikes to the Guandalini Team and two bikes to the Monstermob Team UK. The Price for a 999RS was around 120TEUR without spares.

Here is a Team pic. The Bike i have, was the bike from Norino Brignola, right on the pic below! The Team ride in the italien Superbike CIV and some wild Cards in the WSBK.
You could see the details on our webpage
http://www.ducati-factory.com/deutsc...ini-999rs-f05/

What is very interesting for the restoration is that the Team decided in 2006 to upgrade the 999RS with the Factory electronic and some other parts to a F05.
But after the season 2007, they removed all the factory stuff and sold the bike to a private guy as RS version....

I did not know that it was used as Factory when i bought the bike.... More to that later
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As in regards to your first question, I would prefer the original patina, in a technical good condition, over a new part - on a original race bike.
Its preserving history , not a restoration.
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Yes, i agree!

But in my opinion it depends a little bit! Some teams for example sell after the last race a lot of the good parts and replace it with waste parts.

Or in the fact of the guandalini bike, they removed the factory parts and add some bits of RS Parts.

So it s not so easy to find out the right way for a restoration. And it is very difficult to find such parts new.

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For the guandalini bike it was not so easy....

The bike was in an average condition when i bought it

- Frame ok, with original number and purchasing document from Ducati > upgraded to factory mounting points in 2006
- swing arm 2006 Factory, Shock 2005RS > upgraded from the team in 2006
- Fork 2005 Factory > upgraded from the Team in 2005
- Fairing not good
- RS Electronic > Downgrade after 2007 from the Factory electronic
- a lot of sensors missing

This was the spec they used in 2006
In 2007 the used this spec in addition with the factory electronic

So three opinions for restoration
- as it was sold from the Team without the factory electronic and stuff
- Back to the spec it was sold from Ducati in 2004
- Upgrade to the last technical Spec in 2007 with the full equipped factory F05 spec
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This week Peter and i had a half day to work on the guandalini.

We've got the wheels tested and painted new in blue and yellow. New bearings and new distances for the spindles where mounted

Everything fitted perfect and it s fun to see the bike on the wheels;-))
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You guys also like Oldsmobile Toronados? (Thought it was a Lincoln Continental at first)
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