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post #2891 of 3749 (permalink) Old Aug 29th, 2013, 5:44 am
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Looks fun, and the right color too! Took my beater for a short ride today and Im getting close to taking it on a long ride soon.
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Cliff900, we happen to have mountains too, this was on the way to Mount Olympus last week-end. Your bang-on about the useable power and torque.
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Just finished a make over. Termis & FCRs installed. Pulled out the simple green and AP brush for that badly needed degreasing... Stopped for a hasty photo shoot.
Great looking half/bikini fairings out there! Can't wait to get my Kaemna fitted and finished...


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Just finished a make over. Termis & FCRs installed. Pulled out the simple green and AP brush for that badly needed degreasing... Stopped for a hasty photo shoot.
This is quite nice.

I think it's rare to see major changes made to these bikes paint/styling that doesn't just ruin them.

Well done.


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This is quite nice.

I think it's rare to see major changes made to these bikes paint/styling that doesn't just ruin them.

Well done.


Thanks very much!

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Enjoying a 1999 900 Supersport on the Oregon High Desert. A really fun bike for ORP.
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Great looking half/bikini fairings out there! Can't wait to get my Kaemna fitted and finished...

Hey, how do you like that seat? It seems like its a little higher than stock right? Easy to mount and cut out for street brake light? Thanks.

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Hey, how do you like that seat? It seems like its a little higher than stock right? Easy to mount and cut out for street brake light? Thanks.

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I love the seat... rode on a 1500 mile road trip last summer with it and it wasn't unbearable. I believe it is supposed to be close to stock height, however it has less give than stock. I only have a 1/2 inch pad on it, plan to upgrade to 3/4 inch.

I'm not running a stock tail light, so no cutout. It wouldn't be hard to cut it out for the factory tail light, however the seat is designed to be used without the grab bar, so you would have to modify it or make a custom bracket to keep the stock tail. Also, when removing the grab bar, you have to make some brackets to attach the seat in the rear. I did so with dzus fasteners for ease of removal.

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My friend took a closeup of my Ducati at a local gathering this week.


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post #2898 of 3749 (permalink) Old Sep 6th, 2013, 5:55 pm
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post #2899 of 3749 (permalink) Old Sep 8th, 2013, 6:05 pm
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03 800SS ie

You've seen this before. I just got a new camera and was playing with it. Been wanting a DSLR for a long time but too cheap to pay. Nikon is running a promotion that I couldn't refuse. They lose a little resolution when resized for the web. The bottom one isn't a Ducati but it is a SuperSport and its mine.




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Some pics of the Beartooth Highway/Chief Joseph ride this weekend.
Waiting to meet up:

Another, in the sunrise:

A fellow with a real nice "modified" ride:


...and that's it. I was busy riding, not taking pictures. There is video floating around somewhere.

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