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Mar 27th, 2013 7:20 pm
MitchB The wheels do look great, Jeff.

I switched to the 4 pad calipers and 1098 master cylinders on my 996 over the winter. With stock pads on the street - the difference is significant.

I've got the same parts almost sourced for the 900SS HotRod with BrakeTech iron rotors.

Should do OK...
Mar 25th, 2013 11:12 pm
Jeff_H Thanks for the kind words everyone! All the bodywork is Sharkskinz...tail section is the SS race tail cover and front section is 749 of course. Creative drilling of holes and the bodywork mates up pretty well. I did dremel out some sections out near the back where the exhaust was rubbing.

It looks like the 999 brake line length will work fine, but the moment of truth will be this weekend when I fit it. I still have to order a new clutch line and Pirelli's before she's ready for Summer. I'll take some more pics this weekend if I make progress.

Hi Ian! I am signed up for the Motofit weekend in July. Might take Sullivan's class on May 24 as well. I penciled in a couple Bellevue Ducati days if my budget holds out. Hope to see you there. I really would like to see the lines you take around the Ridge so I can improve some. Still owe you big time for that clutch plate you gave me. Saved my weekend!

Regards,

Jeff
Mar 25th, 2013 10:34 pm
Officer Bagels What type of modifications were needed to fit the xx9 bodywork?
Mar 25th, 2013 3:52 pm
curveman99 Wheels look good! Bike looks Great!!
Mar 25th, 2013 12:31 pm
Ericf1 Great looking bike! What tail is that?
Mar 25th, 2013 9:34 am
Dave G Great looking bike!

I'm about to do the 999 brakes on my 2000, what did you do for brake lines? I'm running a 1098 radial that has the same port position and dimensions as the RCS. The stock 999 uses the same MC with the weird shaped resevoir.

You are running the clip ons in the normal position as I am so I don't know if the stock 999 set up will fit ok. I tried to buy the stock lines with the calipers but they guy wanted to keep them. I was going to buy aftermarket lines anyway.

The bike is in Australia and I'm buying the parts here in the US and taking them back so I don't have any way to check dimension before I buy!
Mar 25th, 2013 9:25 am
ian996 Hey Jeff, your bike is looking great, I hope to see you at the Ridge as soon as the weather warms up
Mar 25th, 2013 8:51 am
BrazeauRacing That thing looks awesome! Post some more pics if you have them!
Mar 25th, 2013 6:38 am
ZADSS
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Originally Posted by viper1 View Post
that thing looks great! I love the 7/9 bodywork on it along with the wheels! Very nice!
yes!!!
Mar 25th, 2013 6:09 am
Viper1 That thing looks great! I love the 7/9 bodywork on it along with the wheels! Very nice!
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