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I'm one of those wierdos who loves to read technical papers. I haven't seen a technical links thread on here yet, so I figured I'd start one.

I'd like to keep this thread clean of a bunch of comments and what not. Who knows, maybe the site owners/operators might see fit to make a links section or to sticky this thread?

Anywho, here's some links I've found that I have enjoyed reading recently.

http://www.sigmaperformance.com/slipperclutch.html

http://www.ducati.com/bikes/techcafe.jhtml

I've found others, but don't currently have the links on this computer.

Anyone else care to share?
 

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Thanks for the articles. I was just talking to a couple of friends about slippers yesterday. A diffinite plus for racers or track guys. In fact I was impressed with the whole website so I requested permission to post their logo on my links page.
 

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Just a suggestion.....why not have this transferred to the Hall of Wisdom section ?

And yes, no chat just the links to more invaluable websites. All of which share the burden of making Ducati ownership a bit easier.


JDuc said:
I'm one of those wierdos who loves to read technical papers. I haven't seen a technical links thread on here yet, so I figured I'd start one.

I'd like to keep this thread clean of a bunch of comments and what not. Who knows, maybe the site owners/operators might see fit to make a links section or to sticky this thread?

Anywho, here's some links I've found that I have enjoyed reading recently.

http://www.sigmaperformance.com/slipperclutch.html

http://www.ducati.com/bikes/techcafe.jhtml

I've found others, but don't currently have the links on this computer.

Anyone else care to share?
 

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Or -- it's already set up in the Technical/Resources section - maybe just add a few categories.
 

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Both the above are very good. They just about cover every bike and engine mod. One even has our own Tduc's bike specs.
 

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Very cool book on the physics of motorcycle suspensions and chassis.
http://www.powells.com/biblio/4-8493328634-0
Sorry this isn't a technical web site. I was trolling the stacks at Powells Tech Books the other day and came accross it. Looks like a good read if you can justify $90 for a book.
 
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