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Hey fellas.

Like an idiot, I scratched the hell out of the rear cowling when getting off my bike late the other night after a show. :mad: Note: boots with buckles and and a monoposto DON'T MIX! http://www.classicboots.com/moto/hipoint2.htm

Anyway, I want to get a new cowling for it, and use the scratched one when I use a tail bag on long trips.

My question is -- do the rear cowlings match for the monoposto and biposto? Mine's a single-seater and I want to make sure I order the right one. Thanks!

I meant to add that mine's a 2006 - if it makes any difference.
 

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I have a mono and looking at the two there is a differance so order the mono ductail not to biposto, and good idea keeping the scratched one as a going away for the weekend get pissed and scratch it more dosent matter already scratched. :)
Hey fellas.

Like an idiot, I scratched the hell out of the rear cowling when getting off my bike late the other night after a show. :mad: Note: boots with buckles and and a monoposto DON'T MIX! http://www.classicboots.com/moto/hipoint2.htm

Anyway, I want to get a new cowling for it, and use the scratched one when I use a tail bag on long trips.

My question is -- do the rear cowlings match for the monoposto and biposto? Mine's a single-seater and I want to make sure I order the right one. Thanks!

I meant to add that mine's a 2006 - if it makes any difference.
 

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The Bi-Posto cowl will not fit a Mono. there have been prev. discussions on this simple desire and unfortuntely, there's a diff.

I was just talking to Johnny Crash the other night about this at Ducati Night here in the Bay Area as he wanted to fit a Bi-Posto on his Mono. I know for a fact that it doesn't work as another rider and I tried swapping a PS cowl (which is the same as a Mono) onto my 1000S (Bi-Posto) and vice-versa = No DICE.

The Bi-Posto seat length is longer than a Mono.

Regarding your cowl, personally, I'd seek a decent body shop to simply attack it with a water-sand and re-shoot of the clear. It'll prolly be less than buying and or finding another cowl. Just because it's scratched, doesn't render it useless although visually less appealling. I'm sure a local body shop could knock that out for you in 1-2 days.

Here's a link to a prev. discussion:

http://www.ducati.ms/forums/showthread.php?t=61157

Let us know how it goes...

BTW: Love the boots
 

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thanks for the tips -- yeah, in reading the thread I'll have to make sure this one would fit. otherwise, to the body shop I go on Tuesday to get an estimate. The scratch isn't even that bad, it just hurts me to look at it. :)

love your bones brigade sticker - the same one is actually on the back of this laptop as we speak!
 
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