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Making a change in my garage for 2016. Up for sale is my pride and joy. The info is as follows:

2000 Ducati 748, 14,xxx miles
Helibars (originals in a box as well) and new mid compound grips
Rizoma Rearsets (originals in a box as well)
Rizoma Rear brake and shift lever (originals in a box as well)
Yod Clutch Slave Cylinder
Carbon Fiber Air Runners (originals in a box as well)
Carbon Fiber Front Fender
Carbon Fiber Rear Hugger
Carbon Fiber Chain Guard
Carbon Fiber Swingarm Cover
Evoluzione Fender eliminator
Evoluzione integrated tail lights (the tail lights are your turn signals)
Open clutch cover and red pressure place (forgot brand)
Re-surfaced Front Disks (January 2015)
EBC HH front and rear pads (January 2015)
Set of Cylinders for intended 853 Kit Planned upgrade January 2016
520 new(er) chain
Dunlop Q3 tires
Amsoil Oil and K&N Oil Filter (July 2015)
Monoposto Tail and Biposto Subframe (Biposto Tail section AND seat in a box)
Sergeant Mono Seat (not mounted, but in a box and goes with sale)
Ohlins internal valves in front Showa Forks and full service (Cogent Dynamics, January 2015)
Cogent Dynamics internal valves in Rear Shock and full service (Cogent Dynamics, January 2015)

This bike is spotless and will be featured in the 2016 US Desmo calendar.

In 2013 it won the Barber Bikes in the Park, pic of Trophy also attached.

BST Carbon Fiber Wheels may not go with the bike, I have a few friends that want them or I may just keep them. Otherwise, the bike will come with the Brembo 3 Spoke wheels which are currently in a box(Might as well be New old stock as they are spotless)

With encouragement from friends, have realized that this bike is too nice to be used on track. Probably will get a GSXR, as my brother says, a GSXR is worth no less in a crumpled ball than it is fully put together.
 

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interested in the BSTs if your friends all decide that they no longer want it anymore!
 

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Beautiful bike. Hope she goes to as loving an owner as it seems you have been. You might consider a GSXR600 or R6 as a dedicated track bike to park next to your 748. It will be hard to find one as nice as yours a year or two later when you want her back.
 

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No longer for sale. Wife found out I posted it and got very upset. Yes you read that correctly. Time to park it in the man cave an not in the garage anymore if she loves it that much!

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