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post #1011 of 3749 (permalink) Old Feb 13th, 2009, 3:02 pm
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the tank is nice, that's true, i like it too.

it is a good idea maybe, to have the upper part
of it painted black, as this will help a lot with it
being so huge.

like this maybe:





black is easy, you can always have a cheap try with
some masking paint etc.

cheers.
What is this? I like it!

More specifically the front fairing.

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What is this? I like it!

same here, i love the bike, especially as he has
it upgraded to 98.8 hp at the rear wheel and
146 Kgs without fuel.

here is the link to the british pb mag forum,
where he has a topic of the build runnin'.

the tail is a durbahn design, "taken" by kämna
now, don't have a clue where the fairing came
from though.




http://pbmagforum.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=2327
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same here, i love the bike, especially as he has
it upgraded to 98.8 hp at the rear wheel and
146 Kgs without fuel.

here is the link to the british pb mag forum,
where he has a topic of the build runnin'.

the tail is a durbahn design, "taken" by kämna
now, don't have a clue where the fairing came
from though.




http://pbmagforum.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=2327
Both the tail and the fairing are from the same Kaemna racing bike; the ''Demon 2V'', that is a tuned SS engine in a 999 frame and with Kaemna custom fairings. Really a killer bike..!

There is not a street version of the fairing, but I borrowed one of the racing fairings from Kaemna to check if it was worth to modify it to make a street version. There was too many fitting issues and I thought it lookt to square/bulky on the bike, so I gave up that one.

Now I'm working on my own half fairing based on parts from an SS upper fairing and parts from SS half fairing side panels (not finished yet though)...
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Morten, SS1000DS (2005)

Mods: DP pipes, ecu, air filter, mirror indicators and solo seat. 42t sprocket & DID chain. MPL billet sprocket cover, clutch cover & pressure plate. Carbon belt covers, hugger and front fender. Rear fender eliminator and integrated tail light. MRA double bubble screen. Galfer wave rotors. Rizoma billet aluminium fluid resevoirs and bar end weights.
Mods in progress: Billet top triple, ETI fuel cell, custom half fairing and new paintwork, maybe tricolore?
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thanks for all the pcitures, your bike looks pretty
well so far.
Mr.Durbahn and Kämna are no partners no more,
Kämna has "taken" the Durbahn designed tail into
production.
Some paint could have helped a lot with that white
front fairing, some darker accents especially, anyway,
keep up the good work.

cheers.
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thanks for all the pcitures, your bike looks pretty
well so far.
Mr.Durbahn and Kämna are no partners no more,
Kämna has "taken" the Durbahn designed tail into
production.
Some paint could have helped a lot with that white
front fairing, some darker accents especially, anyway,
keep up the good work.

cheers.
I'm not talking about ''who took what from whom''. I just replied to the question about where the front fairing come from, and that it the 2V DEMON

Tons of mods on my bike already, the next mods will be the half fairing (when finished) and the ETI fuel cell I already bought. I really like the half fairing look so the beautiful SS engine is out in the open

Morten, SS1000DS (2005)

Mods: DP pipes, ecu, air filter, mirror indicators and solo seat. 42t sprocket & DID chain. MPL billet sprocket cover, clutch cover & pressure plate. Carbon belt covers, hugger and front fender. Rear fender eliminator and integrated tail light. MRA double bubble screen. Galfer wave rotors. Rizoma billet aluminium fluid resevoirs and bar end weights.
Mods in progress: Billet top triple, ETI fuel cell, custom half fairing and new paintwork, maybe tricolore?
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Finally some decent pics

I've only had her for 2 1/2 years and 16k miles. It's about time I grab some OK pics. And, with her new CF front fender!
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Too snowy out to ride yet, and too cold for me to want to even try starting it. But I am damn excited
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I've been a Duc owner since 1995 but this is my first air-cooled/2-valve. I bought it as is, from LT Snyder so I can't take credit for all the mods. I'll take credit for riding it though! You can see more of the bike & a list of goodies (if you have'nt already) at www.desmotimes.com/bikeofthequarter Then click on '92 900SS. This thing ROCKS!!!!!!!!!
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Holy Crap! That thing is awesome! You lucky dawg.

That link didn't work for me, but this one did...

http://www.desmotimes.com/bike_of_the_quarter.htm

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Holy Crap! That thing is awesome! You lucky dawg.

That link didn't work for me, but this one did...

http://www.desmotimes.com/bike_of_the_quarter.htm
Thanks for that Chuck. Desmotimes are doing some really interesting things. Well worth a look! Good onya mate.
Cheers, Hame

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