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Old Jul 12th 2014, 02:00 PM   #1
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1199R Brembo Front Brake Discs AND Brake Pads

1199R Brembo Front Brake Discs AND Brake Pads

Used for the first miles of the bike, then swapped out. Perfect.

Part numbers from Ducati:
-Front Disc (Right Hand): 49240901A ($457.14 from Ducati)
-Front Brake Disc (Left Hand): 49240891A ($457.14 from Ducati)
-Front Brake Pads: 61340961A ($144.45 from Ducati)
-Rear Brake Pads: 61340381A ($44.21 from Ducati)

Great mid-track season replacement of your brakes, at half the cost from Ducati. Please check with the dealership to ensure these will work on your bike. These may fit something other than Panigales (i.e. 1098/999/F1098S/etc)

For Brake Discs only: $500 plus shipping.
For Brake Pads only: $100 plus shipping.
All together now: $550 plus shipping (send me a PM, we can work out a deal to offset some of the shipping)

If you are interested, or even kicking the idea around, please do not hesitate to PM me!
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Old Jul 13th 2014, 09:00 PM   #2
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I'm extremely confused!!!? Are you telling me stock brembo rotors on the R exceeds 800$ which is the price for T drive or hpk floating brembo rotors?
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Old Jul 13th 2014, 10:25 PM   #3
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I think the op is pricing his parts from oem price which it don't make any sense it don't matter how much Ducati want to charge for a replacement when you buy the bike you are not paying that price. if you sale the parts from you bike according to ducati you will make like $ 50,000.

i'm not telling you how to price you parts but if you want to sell it you need to price according to street valued.
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Old Jul 14th 2014, 06:16 AM   #4
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I'm extremely confused!!!? Are you telling me stock brembo rotors on the R exceeds 800$ which is the price for T drive or hpk floating brembo rotors?
Haven’t you gotten over the sticker shock from Ducati yet? I looked at your signature, you have owned several of these things, you should be used to this by now!
These discs, and pads are for all discussion purposes – are new. I put the Ducati PN for you to Google it, and see that they are ridiculously expensive to buy from Ducati.

Advanced search :: Search results - Commonwealth Motorcycles Ducati Performance, Triumph, MV Agusta, Suzuki, KTM, Ducati Termignoni


My brakes that are for sale give a buyer the option to buy the same brakes that the dealership is selling, for well under half. While there may be better parts, different color parts, different styles, etc out there for sale, this is what I am offering for sale, for someone who wants stock 1199 discs and pads.
While I have the Brembo Full Floating (SBK) brakes on my bike, and think they are awesome, someone may not want to spend $825 on brakes. They may be only looking for the $500 option (or less!)
I like the paint scheme in your avatar btw, looks awesome on the bike.
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Old Jul 14th 2014, 06:52 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by esmirna8261980 View Post
I think the op is pricing his parts from oem price which it don't make any sense it don't matter how much Ducati want to charge for a replacement when you buy the bike you are not paying that price. if you sale the parts from you bike according to ducati you will make like $ 50,000.

i'm not telling you how to price you parts but if you want to sell it you need to price according to street valued.
You’re killing me...

This is what ONE disc costs new:

Advanced search :: Search results - Commonwealth Motorcycles Ducati Performance, Triumph, MV Agusta, Suzuki, KTM, Ducati Termignoni

Researching all of the part numbers, gives you this:
-Front Disc (Right Hand): 49240901A $457.14
-Front Brake Disc (Left Hand): 49240891A $457.14
-Front Brake Pads: 61340961A $144.45
-Rear Brake Pads: 61340381A $44.21

That gives a grand total of $1102.94 if you bought it from Ducati.

I am offering it for $550.00. That is half, (50% off), divide by two, (cheap) compared to Ducati for the same brakes you can get at the dealership.

If you need a front brake job, and you want Ducati OEM, here it is in a box, for half??!! If you want to spend more money, a lot more, then go after the SBK, T-Drives, or even OEMs from the dealership. These parts were peelers from my bike from the start, I have all aftermarket now.

So the price I have offered them for, you think they do not match “street valued.” How many brakes have sold for the "street valued" price range? Last three sets, five sets, ten sets? What condition were the brakes in, new? Any links to these sales to verify the truth in the sales? Anything other than hearsay?

Bottom line - one dude from Florida on one single forum does not set the “average” market price for anything. Despite his knowledge of “street value”

If you are serious about purchasing the brakes, make a serious offer, I will be glad to work with you, and will ship them today.
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Give the guy a brake.
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Old Jul 17th 2014, 05:07 PM   #7
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Sold!!

Sold!!!
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