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Welcome to the April Bike of the Month Competition!



Please follow all instructions posted below

  1. You must add 3 Photos; no more, no less. NO Collages. Pictures must be of the current state of your vehicle. Avoid having any people in your images.
  2. List any/all Legal Modifications to your vehicle if you have done any.*
  3. The vehicle must be yours. Vehicles waiting to be purchased may not be included
  4. Include a short description of your favourite aspect of your vehicle, or your favourite memory or ride taken with your vehicle*
  5. Votes for the month’s winner will be tallied by the number of “Likes” your post has on the last day of the month. The winner at the end of the month will win a free 1 Year Premium Membership for the forum and a custom flair under their username. If the winner is already a premium member, their subscription will be extended an additional year.
  6. Remember, please post your entries and pictures in this thread.
  7. If you have won in a previous month, you can no longer enter for the rest of the year. However, if you have a second bike that meets the above criteria, you can enter that.

* These are optional but encouraged

Winners will be featured on the sites gallery, found here: Gallery
 

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Modifications:
-Termignoni full system
-Ducati performance race ECU
-MWR air filter
-HDESA USA clutch pressure plate, springs and cover
-Öhlins steering damper
-Adjustable quick throttle
-10kg springs in front forks. Front forks and rear shock tuned in specialist
-OZ Racing Piega R gold anodized rims
-Brembo T-Drive brake discs, 320mm
-Ferodo sintered racing pads in front
-Accossato racing adjustable rearsets and pedals
-Translogic quickshifter and GP pattern gearing
-Monoposto
-Ducati performance handlebar weights
-Progrip racing grips, same as WSBK team uses
-Original Ducati carbon in side covers(I dont know name of the part), air duct covers, key switch cover and dashboard top part cover
-QB Carbon fiber tank cover
-200/55 rear tyre. Tyres Pirelli Supercorsa SP V3
The most I like in this bike is the guts it have. No electronics, just raw power and great handling.
 

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115,000mi. Most all of them were commuting and touring in a lot of rough weather. Some offroad also. What more can I say?

Wayy too many mods to even list.

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Long live the DQ 4Vs, Quiet Dry Clutches, and SPORTtourers that ain't red.

Have a good one.
 

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2003 47,000 miles
DP slip ons with Termi stickers
DP comfort seat
Ventura rack
Carbon fiber bits
Shorai
Speedy Moto pressure plate
This bike is a great all around bike, basically a sport bike with saddle bags. Have many great memories of riding to Laguna Seca. This is the one and only bike my wife feels comfy on going fast.
 

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2002 Ducati MH900E (#1433/2000)
  • Ducati Performance Carbon Dream Bodywork, Clutch and Belt Covers
  • Termignoni Full Titanium Exhaust
  • Ohlins Rear Shock and Steering Damper, Traxxion Dynamics AK20
  • Marchessini Cast Magnesium Wheels (not installed)
  • Miscellaneous shiny farkles
Pure eye and ear candy and performs plenty well for an old fart like myself, but pressure to keep it in "collectible" condition and mileage can be frustrating.
 

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2016 Ducati Multistrada 1200s pikes peak
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2016 Multistrada pikes peak
ASV shorty levers
SW Motech quick release panniers
Ducati performance LED turn signals
Bursig mount and stand

favorite thing:
Handles like a sport bike will all day comfort
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2002 Ducati MH900E (#1433/2000)
  • Ducati Performance Carbon Dream Bodywork, Clutch and Belt Covers
  • Termignoni Full Titanium Exhaust
  • Ohlins Rear Shock and Steering Damper, Traxxion Dynamics AK20
  • Marchessini Cast Magnesium Wheels (not installed)
  • Miscellaneous shiny farkles
Pure eye and ear candy and performs plenty well for an old fart like myself, but pressure to keep it in "collectible" condition and mileage can be frustrating.
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2002 Ducati MH900E (#1433/2000)
  • Ducati Performance Carbon Dream Bodywork, Clutch and Belt Covers
  • Termignoni Full Titanium Exhaust
  • Ohlins Rear Shock and Steering Damper, Traxxion Dynamics AK20
  • Marchessini Cast Magnesium Wheels (not installed)
  • Miscellaneous shiny farkles
Pure eye and ear candy and performs plenty well for an old fart like myself, but pressure to keep it in "collectible" condition and mileage can be frustrating.
Absolutely beautiful, 2nd. to none. Congrats.
 

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2007 Ducati GT1000 Sport Classic
Original Owner
Tuned by Silverback Performance
Termignoni Black-Coated Exhaust
Alpina Wheels
Ohlins Rear / Traxxion Dynamics AK-20 Front
Bar End Mirrors, Pazzo Levers
Ducati Comfort Seat
Brembo Calipers
Factory Panniers

Favorite Things:
Light, zippy, fun af -- can ride 300-mile backroad days with ease.


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Here's my bike, just picked it up a few weeks ago. 2009 1198s. Has full 70mm Leo Vince exhaust, Microtec ECU, 48t Ducabike slipper dry clutch, Oberon clutch cyl, PSR levers, Euro kill switch, Woodcraft rear sets, Woodcraft clutch cover, Samco hoses, R1 throttle tube, Spider grips, Light-tech bar ends, Bmc race air filter. Currently in shipment are GB engine covers, Healtech quick shifter and a GIPro gear indicator.
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Started out as a 1990 900 SuperSport. I bought it incomplete in parts in 2001, working on it since then. I call her “Shyster”, because she’s an SS with an ST3 engine, so basically an SS3. That was the Nato code for a Sowjet nuclear missile. Fitting, because on of my favourite tracks around here is built atop a former Sowjet air field (Groß Dölln).

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From front to back:
Forged wheel from a Hypermotard 1100S (had it bent in a Czech pothole and hammered back by experts)
Rebuilt callipers
888 fork and triple clamps
Some carbon front fender
Magura radial brake cylinder (19 mm is slightly to big for the 32/32 callipers)
LSL handle bars
Quick fasteners for the fairing
Fairing and rear unit foliated with the help of a very patient friend (was our first try)
Oil cooler from a Multistrada 1200 replacing the head lamp
Radiator from a Tiger Triumph T595
ST3 engine including ECU, airbox, throttlebodies and throttle
Airbox slightly modified to fit into the frame
MWR filter
ST3 fuel pump inside the original tank
External fuel pressure regulator (Monster S4, maybe?)
Quick connectors for both fuel lines
Stripped wiring loom
ECU with DP mapping
Cheap Android smartphone with TuneECU and RaceChrono as laptimer
GPS Mouse with 10 Hz
LiFePo battery
Light flywheel (~900 g)
Ducabike Antihopping clutch
Some carbon clutch cover
Direct gear lever with reversed pattern
Healtech Quickshifter
Custom-adapted exhaust, part ST, part SS
some Mufflers, lighter than the A04/B04, street legal because most race tracks have noise limits nowadays
WP rear shock
5”, 5 spoke rear wheel from a KTM 690 Super Duke, including brake disk, with some custom spacers
Diopa single seat with custom subframe (two square profiles and a plate, to get to a reasonable height)
Rear brake from the ST3
Footrest plates handmade from 7075 Aluminium – will try several positions and then have one proper plate CNC’ed

Next up:
New chain (520), sprocket and aluminium rear sprocket
848 front fork with M4 brake callipers
Arduino-based converter to log ECU data (throttle position, revs) and tire temps with RaceChrono
 

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I fell in love with this bike when I saw it in the movie Tron Legacy. Always wanted one and finally sold everything I owned to buy one last Autumn. Rode it once and the low bars nearly killed me!

Ive added:
-ST3 clip ons
-Longer brake lines
-Fleda
-New dry clutch pressure plate/springs and open clutch cover
-New grips
-Alloy reservoir lids

It's now easier to ride and sounds great 😊
 

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2020 Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak
Mod - Ohlins steering damper
Ducabike gp shift
Rizoma peg
Evotech oil cooler, radiator guard, tail tidy and frame slider
I took it for track day last weekend. It’s fun and fast. But there was false neutral between 2nd and 3rd gear. Not sure its because of gp shift.
 

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2020 Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak
Mod - Ohlins steering damper
Ducabike gp shift
Rizoma peg
Evotech oil cooler, radiator guard and frame slider
I took it for track day last weekend. It’s fun and fast. But there was false neutral between 2nd and 3rd gear. Not sure its because of gp shift.
What's your impression of the Ohlins steering damper? How much of a difference has it made in your opinion. I have a 2017 MS 1200S and was considering the mod. Thanks
 

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This has been a very fun bike to ride around the track. Was able to license up and will be competing with this bike in May. Was definitely different getting it to turn in but now that I figured it out I see why Ducati is such a weapon. This thing rails and carrries a very good corner speed. Can’t wait to race excited.
Motor
Ducati 999S deep sump motor – Rebuilt
“S” cams
Ported Heads (port work performed by Imperial)
CP Hi Comp Pistons
PC3 Mapped to Pump fuel to 140 hp
Dynojet quick shifter * Standard Shift
Full Termi exhaust with “banana mid pipe”
Motor dyno’d at 140 HP
Ducati Performance Slipper Clutch

Suspension/Chassis
Ducati 848 front end with Ohlins 25mm cartridge kit 1.05 springs
Adjustable “S” triple clamps
Ohlins Rear Shock
2004 frame salvage title
“S” adjustable subframe
Box swing arm
Corse Dynamics Rear Shock Link
Corse Dynamicas Ride Height Adjuster
Ohlins Steering Damper
Ducati Marchesini Wheels
Brakes/Controls
848 Calipers
Performance Friction “95” pads
Accossato 19x20 brake master cylinder
Woodcraft clip ons with 1” rise
Sato adjustable rearsets
848 Clutch Master
Zeta Brake Lever Guard
Bodywork/Other
Sharkskinz with supersport tail
Zero Gravity Corse Windscreen
DID ERV 3 520 chain
Drive systems sprockets
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My slice of heaven :)

  • ALTRider Crash bar & Sliders and Barkbusters
  • Center stand
  • GIVI Side, Tail cases & tool box
  • RAM ball mount
  • Front Axle sliders
  • Ducati Wet Clutch Clear Cover Oil Bath by Ducabike
  • Carbon Fiber Clutch and Brake Lever by AEM Factory
  • Full Akro exhaust with Rapid Bike and Sprint Filter
  • EVO Tech Oil Cooler, Radiator and Engine Guards
  • Clutch Slave Cylinder by Ducabike
  • Timing Inspection Cover by Ducabike
  • Custom LED Rear Brake and replacement of rear turn signals to LED's
  • DID 530 ZVMX - NICKEL Heavy Duty X'ring Chain with Quick Change Sprocket Set (14T Front & 40T Rear), Ducabike Flange Cover & Ducabike Axle Nuts and RED HyperFLEXX Cush Set
  • Denali Fog lights
  • Rizoma Touring Peg Rubber Insert Kit (pending due to footpeg adapters)
  • CNC Racing Touring Windscreen (pending shipment) with CNC Racing Windshield Bolt Kit
  • Continental TKC 70 Tires (Front and Rear)

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