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Shifttech carbon fuel cap
Shifttech carbon belt cover
Shifttech carbon rear hugger
Shifttech carbon sprocket cover
Rizoma clutch cover, pressure plate and caps
Speedymoto frame sliders
D3 grips
DP bar ends
Replaced the huge termi stickers with smaller carbon version from 999









 

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looking great... what grips are those?
 

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Good looking mods, I like the small amounts of red that ties everything together. Now you need the shift-tech exhaust bracket.
 

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Bike looks awesome. It's owner is smart for choosing Shift-Tech, best carbon around for the price. I've had Shift-Tech carbon on all my Ducati's. Hey I didn't know Shift-Tech had a rear hugger out for the SF? The web site say's coming soon :confused:
 

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I've always wondered what the level of effort is for replacing handgrips? Not finding the OEMs sized right for me.
 

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Bike looks awesome. It's owner is smart for choosing Shift-Tech, best carbon around for the price. I've had Shift-Tech carbon on all my Ducati's. Hey I didn't know Shift-Tech had a rear hugger out for the SF? The web site say's coming soon :confused:
Thanks. The hugger is off the 1098, i trimmed two areas to fit. Its very easy, just need guts to do it.:)

Sito; The D3 is very comfortable and a tad beefier than the stock grips. Fairly easy to replace the grips, I use Windex for removal (insert a small screw driver between the bar and grip then spray and twist until it comes off) Same procedure when installing the new one.
 

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I've always wondered what the level of effort is for replacing handgrips? Not finding the OEMs sized right for me.
I just changed mine yesterday. These are Pro-grip suberbike. Very easy to change. Left grip literally slid off :eek:. Right one took a little tugging. Same with installation. Used grip glue and zip ties on the ends to give a little added security.

 

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I just changed mine yesterday. These are Pro-grip suberbike. Very easy to change. Left grip literally slid off :eek:. Right one took a little tugging. Same with installation. Used grip glue and zip ties on the ends to give a little added security.

How's the diameter of the Progrips as compared to the stockers?...I find that I have better throttle control with a smaller grip...
 

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How's the diameter of the Progrips as compared to the stockers?...I find that I have better throttle control with a smaller grip...
Definitely smaller than stock and I really like the texture of these better. Much better feel. Renthal makes some that are even thinner / firmer which I was torn between. I think they are maybe better for the track but these are slightly more comfortable.
 
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