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Good day to all of you. Ive heard, for answers = this is the place to go!

I just purchased a 2001 996s from an individual. Rumor says :
1: purchased by a doctor in GR MI
2: put on consignment thru a dealer in Kalamazoo MI
3: purchased by an local guy
4: I just bought it...

Nobody seems to know what it is!! Low miles and in great condition\.
VIN #ZDM1SB5T91B010159
It has Ohlins on the front and rear
Graphics kit
a few bits of extra carbon
machined top triple tree clamp
Arrow slip on exhaust (im not sure on the chip yet..)
Marchesisis's
Micheliin tires (said to be originall)

This is not a Troy Bayliss.
Consensus seems to indicate an Infostrada / Cal Fogarty replica bike or some sort of dealer kit. Ive never heard of one specifically for a 2001 996s, and cannot find any details other than conjecture..HELP! any ideas?

In addition to the above, i would like a bit more punch:
1) How much HP / torque does this have?
2) I think ill drop a front tooth on the sprocket?
3) What else should i do? Power commander? Other?

I dont what to put in more than a $1000 bucks extra, what gets the most bang for the buck?

Thank you all for your assistance.

Jeremy
 

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Pictures

Im currently on a business trip - returning home this saturday. Ill spt a few pictures when i get back in town.

Good idea

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Probably just a decal kit someone added. Not aware of a Fogarty model in 2001 unless it was the Monster. Anyone?

As for other questions:
1) about 110rwhp/65rwtq
2) leave the front, raise the rear to 42 (see hall of wisdom)
3) if exahust is done, make sure chip is good, then learn to ride it to it's full potential. If you reach that, then time the cams, port the heads, bigger exhaust.

In addition to the above, i would like a bit more punch:
1) How much HP / torque does this have?
2) I think ill drop a front tooth on the sprocket?
3) What else should i do? Power commander? Other?

I dont what to put in more than a $1000 bucks extra, what gets the most bang for the buck?

Thank you all for your assistance.

Jeremy
 

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Ducati sold a Fogarty edition in England

Look in the Halls of Wisdom to check out the serial number.
 

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996 Gearing

Because of its 2.0 primary ratio gearbox, the 996 is probably the highest geared Ducati with 15/36 94-link standard. One down in the front isn't nearly enough of a change. A better choice is 15/43 98-link or the equivalent (but less desirable) 14/40 96-link. Measure your rear ride height before making the change.

For the best bang-for-the-buck, get lightweight wheels.
 

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Ducati sold a Fogarty edition in England
Around 200 only built to commemorate Foggy's WSB championship but also (and more importantly) to homolgate the 'Kyalami' frame that was required to fit the larger airbox, although it didn't actually have the larger airbox IIRC.

Otherwise the Foggy rep was essentially an SP/SPS with some fancy parts and a sticker kit.

 

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It looks like your pic, but with an infostrada sticker kit too boot. Both the front and rear is painted (not a sticker) with the same colors as you posted. Was this from the factory like this? How many of them are out and about?

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They are not decals , but factory painted fairings with Italian flag integrated into the paintwork


 

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The foggy rep was a uk only model.
the pics of mtnman are of the factory replica sbk which came like the pics
then they produced the next version of the factory replica sbk with the
pista sticker kit.

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Thanks :)

Hey Jeremy , where are your pics , this was your thread and I didn't mean to highjack it .
 
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