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post #2351 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 16th, 2012, 1:27 pm
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I really like it. If carbon isn't an option anymore, I might look into having an aluminum one fabricated. Thank you for the extra pics. Your Duc is clean.
Some will know, Im working with a company producing cf-materials/prepregs and cf-parts.

The tools for fabricating some carbonfibre-undertrays are just in production, hopefully will have some sets fabricated till May.
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post #2352 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 16th, 2012, 7:27 pm
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Some will know, Im working with a company producing cf-materials/prepregs and cf-parts.

The tools for fabricating some carbonfibre-undertrays are just in production, hopefully will have some sets fabricated till May.
Will they be a replicas of the standard undertray...?
If so....l really would love one....Please, Please,Please,
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post #2353 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 16th, 2012, 7:57 pm
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Some will know, Im working with a company producing cf-materials/prepregs and cf-parts.

The tools for fabricating some carbonfibre-undertrays are just in production, hopefully will have some sets fabricated till May.
I'm very interested!

Sorry for hijacking the pic thread...

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post #2354 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2012, 7:44 pm
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its finally finished

Hi there,This 96 900ss project has taken over a year to sort out but is finally finished and has turned out a good runner.a few of the specs include
Je high comps 92mm
41mm fcr racked
cjs racing heads
kaemna light flywheel
ignitech ignition
staintune spaghetti system
cojent dynamics rear shock 3 way,racetech front
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post #2355 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2012, 8:27 pm
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Suh-weet!!!

Like how you've relocated the oil cooler up higher. I really gotta do that to my bike.



Is there enough clearance between the loop in the rear brake line and the rotor? Picture might just be distorting it but it looks kinda close.

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post #2356 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2012, 9:25 pm
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hey stoshmonster,cheers .Its been a long haul especially here in thailand but has come together well.I took it for the first ride this morning and is running way too lean so will have to get some more jets and the revs are holding on and not totally dropping so ill have to look into that but otherwise feels good.Yeh the brake line does look close in the picture but plently of room there and is quite rigid
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post #2357 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 23rd, 2012, 11:31 pm
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Nice work Crowster, looks really nice! Hope you get it running properly soon too!

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post #2358 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 24th, 2012, 1:44 am
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hey thanks dave.i hooked up the ignitech and went up to 162 mains on the carbs and seems to be running pretty well now.needs a bit more fiddling but at least its not running lean now so time for a ride.catch ya
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post #2359 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 24th, 2012, 11:13 am
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I really like it. If carbon isn't an option anymore, I might look into having an aluminum one fabricated. Thank you for the extra pics. Your Duc is clean.
I've been looking for a carbon plate holder. That looks pretty cool!

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post #2360 of 3749 (permalink) Old Mar 24th, 2012, 3:10 pm
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Thanks Jeff, it is hard to tell in the pic but it is a custom carbon fiber under tray. I will have to look to see who made it cause I can not remember at the moment. The signals are simple black Lockhart flush mounts. So, no chop needed. The rear tail lense is custom painted Ducati logo on OE lense with a European Specialties Carbon plate frame. I have only ever seen the Carbon under tray 1 time and that is on the tail of my Duc's ass. LOL! I will see if I can get some close up pics of the under tray/tail.



Any chance of a few more shots of your flush blinkers? Or if anybody else has some? Considering rigging some up for myself.

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