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post #2911 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 13th, 2013, 3:07 pm
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+1! Those are some beautiful bikes!

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post #2912 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 16th, 2013, 11:47 am
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I mounted a 900 SL monoposto on my 750 SS today, like it a lot!



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post #2913 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 16th, 2013, 7:23 pm
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Me too !!!!
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post #2914 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 17th, 2013, 7:35 am
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1995 Ducati 750SS

Here is my 1995 Ducati 750SS,
35,000km with Conti Pipes.
Have had it for 12 months and have done about 3000km on it.
Its my first Ducati. Very happy with it. Only issues have been with a dodgey brake switch.


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The Ridge

Here's a pic of me and the 1000SS entering turn 6 at the Ridge Motorsports park. What a beautiful track.
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Nice! Where'd you source the bodywork? Looks like its from a xx98.


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GREAT pic, good form and Noice bike maaaaate !!!!

What he said

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post #2918 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 18th, 2013, 12:44 am
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Thank you! It's Sharkskinz upper and lower for a 999. I love how it looks but it retains heat. I really want to mod the engine a bit, but I am concerned about how much more heat it will generate. Might upgrade the oil cooler this winter. I keep riding Supersports and then complain about being down on power...LOL.

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Thank you! It's Sharkskinz upper and lower for a 999. I love how it looks but it retains heat. I really want to mod the engine a bit, but I am concerned about how much more heat it will generate. Might upgrade the oil cooler this winter. I keep riding Supersports and then complain about being down on power...LOL.
The 999 lower vents are designed to vent air away from the back of the radiator of the watercooled 4V engine. If you can find somebody to do custom fiberglass work, or can make a reasonable attempt at it yourself, reverse the vents (and possibly relocate them) so that they suck air towards the rear cylinder... you will see a dramatic drop in temp. Anything you do to that motor that increases hp will increase the amount of heat you need to dissipate. Putting a second oil cooler in up high will also help. Actually a 999 oil cooler, the trapezoidal shaped one, fits well and will drop your temp maybe 5 degrees celsius.

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post #2920 of 3754 (permalink) Old Sep 18th, 2013, 1:17 am
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Thank you for the excellent info. I was already out in the garage this evening looking for places I could make some strategic cuts to open up the airflow. I also like the idea of a 2nd cooler as an option to upgrading the current one to a larger size. Want to get that sorted out before I spend money on head porting and pistons!

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