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post #21 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 14th, 2007, 3:16 am
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nah i just got it back from my 12k service and they cleaned it, thought I'd take a few pics before it got filthy again. Hasn't been that clean since I bought the thing.

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post #22 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 14th, 2007, 10:13 am
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Dietrich, you forgot your lic. plate bracket, ,reflectors, oil cooler guard, alum. chain guard and the Euro holder!

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Dietrich, you forgot your lic. plate bracket, ,reflectors, oil cooler guard, alum. chain guard and the Euro holder!
I know! And I also forgot: Almost all frame stickers removed/relocated, grand touring grips, under tank sound deadening pad (from a Monster)...must be something else...

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post #24 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 16th, 2007, 10:17 am
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Great thread!!
I'll be purchasing a 06 SC1000 next month and plan on lots of modifications. I have a 97 Ducati 916 but have never owned an SC so this thread is VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!
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post #25 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 16th, 2007, 1:38 pm
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Ducati Sport 1000 monoposto
Modifications (Not sure if I managed to remember them all)

Alpina Tubeless Spoked Wheels (black and gold)
Ducati Racing Chain (red)
Kuantings Steering Damper Bracket
Motovation Frame Sliders
Oberon Turn Indicators (fron – back on order)
Oehlins Front Forks
Oehlins Rear Suspension
Oehlins Steering Damper SD121
Pazzo Levers (long, gold)
Pirelli Corsa III Tires
Rizoma Conical Grip Ends (red)
Rizoma Grips (gold)
Rizoma Retro Mirror Set (black)
Rhinomoto Fork Sliders
Rhinomoto Swing Arm Sliders
Rizoma Chain Cover (gold)
Rizoma Clutch and Brake Reservoirs (gold)
Rizoma Open Clutch Cover (gold)
Rizoma Pressure Plate and Stainless Steel Springs
Speedymoto Timing Belt Covers (red)
Termignoni Exhausts, ECU and free-flow Airbox
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This is a great idea. It will save a lot of redundant questions. Many of which would have been asked by me.

I have a suggestion, however. The Kawasaki Z1000 forum I used to frequent had a thread dedicated to direct replacement or easily modified part swaps from other bikes. (Ex: Rear shock from 20xx-20xx gsx-r 600/750 is a direct replacement for the Z1K 20xx-20xx OEM shock.)

That machine being Japanese and parts bin special, I'm sure it had a lot more interchangeable parts. But the Sports Classics have to have some too, and they could make for some very easy and inexpensive upgrades. If we could work together to get a comprehensive list, and keep it updated, it would be a great resource.
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post #27 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 16th, 2007, 2:55 pm
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Not to be obtuse, but what is a mod$ ?

Man, am I really that old?


UPDATE :
Never mind - I GOT it! Duh!

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Modifications (Not sure if I managed to remember them all)

Motovation Frame Sliders
Bikehead -

Thanks for the post - based on your photos, I checked out Motovation - and ordered the frame and front fork sliders.

Again, thanks!

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Bikehead -

Thanks for the post - based on your photos, I checked out Motovation - and ordered the frame and front fork sliders.

Again, thanks!
Goodonya :-)
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post #30 of 957 (permalink) Old Dec 29th, 2007, 5:00 pm
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Man, this was harder than I thought. I'm sure I forgot something, but here goes:

What was involved with the garage door opener integration...I know there are many products out there. Which did you use?

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