Here are some basics, at least for the U.S. market.Hello all this is my first post.
can anyone point me to a good source between the differences between the 900 SS CR and SP ?
I tried researching a bit but I am getting more and more confused.
Thank you for reading.
The SP forks are a direct swap to the CR, if you wanna go that route actually.www.ducatitech.com/2v/sp_cr_faq.html
The Cr is cheaper if you get a 5.5"rim that will help. The only real problem making it upgrade (to the higher spec version) is the triple trees are 40 mm and all the cool forks are 41 and up so I put in Race tech valve kits in my forks and they are great, Avoid the 96 as you can not upgrade forks. I thought I wanted a full fairing but I now love the look of the half and it runs cooler here in Hawaii plus you can have fun showing off the bling The CR is a great buy
Not quite all the goodies - the '91 doesn't have the Marvic wheels that grace the first (1992) SL nor the fully floating discs that were on all SL's (bar the 1993 Mk2?) . The only reason I don't like the solo is that it was badly supported on the first bikes and used to crack - ought to have been a recall.I personally like the 91' because of the color combo and it included all the goodies a "Superlight" had except for the carbon pieces (which I purchased) on my own and installed them. The solo seat which I don't like because it takes away the possibility to ride with a companion and you also loose the storage space unless you carve a hole on the actual piece so you can access the tool bag or use the space!