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nice shiny shiny.
old sales blurb for inerest.
Cheers mate. Made me feel better after it was done!
Vert nice... Welcome to the fold.!
I used small strips of clear gorilla tape, very secure.
What did you use to fix the keyguard to the tank? I bought one a few years back off fleabay but haven’t a clue what to fix it on with... looks good btw
I think the engine will need a lick of paint sometime in the future.
It’s defo a keeper this one, this time
I had the black one with purple logos.... loved that bike ❤️
This bike is slowly, No! Quickly.... emptying my wallet
This is my first Ducati, always loved this shape after first setting eyes on the 916, never thought id own one though, if I'm honest.
But here we are.......
Only slightly envious....ok...very envious! Looks grand!
Nice where is the bin ?
Pictures as promised
Getting there. Engine has been to Rich at Louigi Moto for some TLC, frame and wheels sorted by Steve at TPS and the suspension has been overhauled too.
Found the radiator and oilcooler were shot, so they have been replaced.
The core is now back together not fire away from firing it up
A well constructed motorcycle trailer.
Have you still got the servo thingy and brake thingy? Cheers
Totally agree. Thank you.
I just love an R1...!
loving the matt black bro...and also the SC project exhaust is nice.....do you have the power commander to go with it ? Mine does and it's set to 7....
Being old enough to have been able to have one when it was new, but funds didn't allow, meant I had to wait. The prices for these are pretty stable and the SP versions are going up in price, so I see this as both a long term investment and a piece of sentimental art to stare at for years to come.
This thread makes me realize that I need to change my interpretation of rebuild. Everything looks brand new as opposed to good enough clean and running perfectly or very close to. Even though I don't like these older models I'm glad someone does, it's inspiring to see someone caring for these bikes so much.
What's the screen? Link if you have it pls. Thanks.
Yup, had to be done a few times ;-)
A832 - Dropped pin
Near A832, Achnasheen IV22 2PB