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Hi Peter , did you buy a new bike ??
Yes sure do. It's in there all year
You let him keep it in the house. Damn, I need a new wife.....
like the paint
love it, had to buy one
rode it today couldnt get my foot off the pegs, bike nearly fell over, thought need to lower the pegs 25mm, got the hang of it
The bikes a member you family, dont sell it!!
dont sell it
rob a bank
buy the ring ding
love it, sweet bike. one of my favorites
What you going to modify her to? you cant improve that? definitely one of the Gods made that.
great info, great and scarse.
Haha true, feeling the pinch just now after such an epic summer!!
you will go broke? great consistantly good photos
Yes mate, most trackdays have someone taking pictures and you can buy them at the end.
who takes the photos professional photographer
great riding and photography
Any body and everybody is asked to criticize the bikes to help me with their provenance, they not right tell me?
I can't be 100% sure... can only go on what Tom told me but like you say, they are very well made.
but more sure about the top clamp
actually nine dont have a centers= just a round hole over the clutch; we got the same taste beautiful? and really special if titanium
Dont think I am full of shit wait and see, I never say anything if I think not true?
I got some clutch covers like yours, silver, were designed and manufactured by an American company, who stated the design invoked Ferrari wheels
i send you photos when I am right?
look on the 998R photo I think I sent you, you are saying Ducati, copied them? wrong
They I am sure were made in Australia by Brooke Henry
Yes Peter. Raises bars about 1 3/4". It's a prototype DP one I bought off tom. Bought the DP Titanium prototype clutch cover off him too.
no, looking at the top clamp, riser clamp?
Mate, you mean the rearsets? They're cycle cats.
they not DP?
they are V Two, great for back and wrist relief, got 3 sets on bikes but note mine have Vee Two NC engraved on them.
never photoed them?
i will soon as can get to w/s
The Bayliss bike has the same frame number as the 2001 bike in the museum; maybe i got the real frame?
and they got the replacement?
waiting to see