I think this is a good idea I would love to have a list of suppliers that offer mod's at a good price or even a not so good price for the right mod!stlawingjr said:MOS DEF...If I can get the snow out of my garage entry and the bike into the light!? JEEZ!
How about an item list with part numbers and suppliers? Associated photos of the modified areas? Great purchasing tool here....it is winter project time!!
yep thats sounds like an excellent idea , perhaps we could title the thread - "As she stands now'' or similardietrichpfeifer said:I think it would be cool to have a sampling of the latest versions of everyone's bikes. Current stats.
Ducati Performance Termignoni Exhaust and ECU kit ($1855) - Dealer
Ducati Performance 14 Tooth Front Sprocket ($70) - Dealer
2004 Ducati ST4S Fully Adjustable Front Forks ($700) Ebay
2000 Ducati Monster S4 Marchesini 5 Spoke Alloy Rims ($900) - ThunderDuc
2001 Ducati 748 Brembo 4 Pot Brake Calipers ($235) - classifieds
Pro-Twin Custom Front Braided Brakelines ($95) - Pro-Twin
Pazzo Racing Adjustable Levers ($200) - Classifieds
Ohlins SD121 Steering Damper ($380) - Kyle Racing
on Kuantings Alloy Bracket ($235) - Kuantin
STM Clutch Slave Cylinder ($230) - Dealer
STM Frame Plugs(4) ($80) - Dealer
Lowered the clipons using PS1000 spacers ($10) - Dealer
Oberon Alloy Brake and Clutch Reservoir Caps ($150) - Ebay
Clay Composites Carbon Fibre Tank & Fork Protectors ($60 and $80) - Clay
Deitrichs Gauge Lowers ($30) - the man himself
DP SC1000 Sports Mirrors ($125) - classifieds
*prices in aussie dollars
Future mods - Im pretty happy with the bike as she is now - actually i was just happy with the termi's and st4s forks - but later on maybe the STM breather, different crankcase cover (speedymoto or desmotimes, NCR if they do one) wouldnt mind trying tidy up the rego plate, some of those Rizoma alloy resevoirs would be nice.
performance wise - powercommander, maybe a lightened flywheel and 1080kit would be nice (in order of affordability)
I think i do have a bit of gap, but perhaps not that much, the shop mounted them up for me and i know at one point they got a bit lose and i took them back and got everything tightened up again. i think a few people have commented on the gap, doesnt seem to effect anything, but i think i would like to take them off again and apply a liberal amount of exhaust gasket before re-fitting them .Corks,
How did you get the Termis to mount over the exhause pipe flange without any gap? I have about .3/4" space for from the wide portion of the tube to the compression ring on the Termi. Any thoughts or mods?