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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old May 6th, 2019, 7:58 pm Thread Starter
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Differences between a 06 999 and 999s.

Hi, anyone know what the differences is between the bikes? From what I've gathered the Ohlins suspension and radial brakes seems to be the only differences I've came across considering my bike is with the termi system and 999s ECU. Did I miss anything else I need to sort out for it to truly be an 999s?

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Different camshaft??
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999S has some carbon bits that the base 999 didn't have.

S models came with termi slip on and carbon cover

S models came with Ohlins forks and shock not Showa and Sachs respectively

S model came with radial brake calipers, base model came with axial mount calipers

999S has different crankshaft and connecting rods

Camshafts are the same between S and non S models for 2005 and 2006 US spec models.

There may be some other differences, but that's the important stuff
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uhh, no they don't. I checked the online dealer software and the PDF you posted. Both have the same part numbers for all camshafts.
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your right,looks like after 2004 the S & non S used the 2004 S cams.2003 & 2004 S and non S used diff. cams.[URL="https://issuu.com/ducatiomaha/docs/999s_usa_04_ed_00?e=1222863/10927292"]https://issuu.com/ducatiomaha/docs/999s_usa_04_ed_00?e=1222863/10927292[/URL https://issuu.com/ducatiomaha/docs/9...22863/10927278
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