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Nice stand. I know I could go price it out, but how much did it run you?

I built a wooden one a couple of transfers ago but decided I didn't want to move it around with me (military). That pipe setup would come apart though . . .

I'm getting ready to have two bikes torn apart at the same time and I was going to try and do it with a combination of jack stands and track stands.
 

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erdoc_1 that is one incredible machine, mouth dropped when I saw it.

Update of mine while its up on its stand for desmo service.



And for a new front tire.
I like that lift. Nice idea especially when replacing a shock. How much you think that setup would hold? I wonder if it would hold my Busa?
 

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Hi Everyone, i'm Marco and i'm from italy!
i've got a ss750, for now all stock, next things to buy are
-> steer damper
-> slip-on's or a full exhaust sistem
-> power commander
-> adjustable forks from the 900

here a photo of when i bought it!
 

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Hi Everyone, i'm Marco and i'm from italy!
i've got a ss750, for now all stock, next things to buy are
-> steer damper
-> slip-on's or a full exhaust sistem
-> power commander
-> adjustable forks from the 900
Hi Marco, congrats on the bike! Well, it's not completely stock from what I can see...that sticker on your front fairing is a must-have aftermarket accessory;)

Happy riding:cool:
 

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Congrats on buying a nice bike. Why do you need a steering damper?

Use the money for some nice gloves instead.
 

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i have gloves (and a suit and boots too :D), but i need a steer damper because the street in my city are in very bad conditions and sometimes you risk of fall down simply because you didn't see a hole :(
in sport use i don't need it, mountain streets are in very good conditions, so there is no need of a damper :D
 

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98 900ss/fe #287

here is my ss/fe. ducati performance carbon body work,forza exhaust, fcr 41s, crg levers and mirrors,cyclecat clutch cover.leather corbin.woodcraft rearsets,i may ad some "color" in the future but i like the raw look for now.
 

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i have gloves (and a suit and boots too :D), but i need a steer damper because the street in my city are in very bad conditions and sometimes you risk of fall down simply because you didn't see a hole :(
in sport use i don't need it, mountain streets are in very good conditions, so there is no need of a damper :D
I hear ya brother! You should try riding in Greece!!! We basically ride on pot-hole courses with a little road in between:eek:
 

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Photo of my SS

Here is a photo of my 620 Sport Race bike in mid build... Will have some more photos coming soon :)

A Photo of before and after...

Whats been done so far...

Front suspension upgraded to 999 forks
999 Clipons
Front brakes changed to petal rotors
Brake and clutch masters cylinders changed to Brembo radials (same as 999)
Carbon fiber belt covers
Frame removed, soda blasted and repainted same red as "R" models
Top triple clamp bored out to 53mm to suit 999 forks
Quick release tank cap installed.
Power commander ready to install.
Oil cooler fitted.
Super cool brake reservoir booties in red!
Superlight alloy Renthal sprockets
New wheel and head stem bearings.

Yet to do list:
Get the fairing picked up and painted.
Pick up the frame from the panel shop.
Actually put all the parts back on the bike.
Buy some race tyres.
Try and locate a 5.5 rear rim to suit bigger tyre
New hand grips.
A million other things i cant think of at the moment...

GO RACING!!!

And for anyone on facebook, be sure to come to my fan site. I am no one famous, but i like to have a laugh!

http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/Jason-266-Garland/31248339232?ref=mf

Cheers!
 

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supersport 750 1994

Hello,

This is my supersport 750 from 1994.

And not so standard any more!

Done:
1992 fairings + mirrors.
SL monoseat.
SL rear break.
Carbon front fender.
Boss high mounts.
900 exhaust.
750 ie carbon belt covers.
Ducati performance valves.
light alloy flywheel.
996 front break handle.
748 clutch handle.
dynojet stage 2.
K&N open filter.


To do:
Mount the wilbers rear shock.
900 showa front forks.
Carbon rear fender

Bye!
 

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What color will the bodywork have when the painting is done?
Hoping to get it painted up similar to the Parts Unlimited superbikes or the old Fila sponsored SBK bikes. Just the base colour scheme. The frame is red, so it kind of looks like the "R" model frames.

Its a serious race bike, just not so serious about racing. Just want something i am happy with that looks good. To me its how the photos of the race day turn out that is more imporant then if i come in first or last place. :D

Will post some more photos as they come to hand!
 

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I just traded my 695 monster for a 07 800SS race bike
Unfortunately in the week since I made the deal I've decided to try the college thing again so I'm not sure if I'll be able to go to the track much. I'm considering the possibilty of getting it street legal (legal enough at least) to ride around a little bit. The wiring harness is intact and I have most of the necessary pieces to make it technically legal. Otherwise my only street bike will be my Honda Ruckus...


 
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