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post #31 of 42 (permalink) Old Aug 26th, 2018, 11:07 am Thread Starter
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All finished. Bikes starts fine. I'll take a pic of it out in the open when it stops raining...


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post #32 of 42 (permalink) Old Aug 26th, 2018, 8:58 pm
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Is that the same rain that stopped the MotoGP? What's the tail unit you're using with the SC Project exhaust?

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Yeah...the same rain. Someone else asked about the tail piece...it's from some italian company...I'll see if I can find it... Anyway. I got to test ride it yesterday. Everything went fine...couple of turns on the exhaust mounts and that's about it. Here's some better pics of it complete and back together.....


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post #34 of 42 (permalink) Old Aug 28th, 2018, 1:53 am
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Looks sharp, man.
Cheers. When i bought it, it looked mostly like that but was pretty neglected.....its taken a fair bit of work to get it how it is now, but, now the rebuild and the coating has been done, i should, just be able to enjoy it, having said that the winter will be here in a couple of months so ive not got long left. Ive still got more work to do on it.
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Is that the same rain that stopped the MotoGP? What's the tail unit you're using with the SC Project exhaust?
Found it - this is it i think....
https://www.bellissimoto.com/parts/b...permotard-1100

As i say it was on there when i got it but, fuck me its expensive !!
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Holy smoke...........

That engine looks stunning. Very nice choice of coating and color.

Ohh....! And the bike is also nice


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Found it - this is it i think....
https://www.bellissimoto.com/parts/b...permotard-1100

As i say it was on there when i got it but, fuck me its expensive !!
Ah yeah, got the same same one Aviacompositi, really cleans up the rear end. Looked fatter with the red painted section.


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Where did you find the oil cooler lines? They look really nice.
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Off the reservation for a while and returned to find Comfy elaborating on the build I've wanted to see... drool worthy!!!

Ducati wished they had done this level of workmanship; we ALL do I'm sure. Simply stunning.

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