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Old Aug 11th 2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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Hi there, I am new around here but have been lurking for a while. SO far here is a compiled list of things I have added to the bike, it is brand new and only has 220 miles on it, so I am trying to keep off the twisties as of yet

Termignoni Slip Ons - Well other than the price being ridiculous, I have to say I am impressed with the sound and slight performance gains through the UPMAP key provided, which I think is poorly mapped, because once you leave the exhaust valve open, you will see some hard start issues which I believe is related to the mapping on the key.



Pazzo Levers - As always I am huge fans of them, I am no fan of long levers, these work great, when I used to do track days, I would use the stockers due to the price point, but they are all expensive now. These are nice if you like quick adjustments.



Crg Bar End Mirrors - Not as effective as the stock mirrors, but are definitely for a certain "taste" of aesthetics.
Oberon Bar End Turn Signals - They looked obnoxious, but when I seen them in action at MotoWheels I had to have them, definitely a fun install.



Shorai Lithium Iron Battery from MotoWheels - Definitely an improvement, still had the starting hesitation for a bit but after a few starts and rides, the bike now starts in no time.

Corse Dynamics Mirror Block Offs - They do as intended, use the stock mirror spacer (rubber gasket)



SSR Gas Cap - Removes the need for a key. Bout it.



LSR Billet Footpegs - Since no rearsets are available, these make riding much more grippier.



Ducati Corse Comfort Gel Seat - Still a great seat, more comfy, but I had to wrap reflective foil adhesive tape on the bottom, heat is reduced greatly.
Stompgrip - Holds you on, place it accordingly to where you sit your inner knee/thigh.



Puig Z Windscreen - as always, they are a great fit. They also look nice. Price cannot be beat against the price of the Ducati Corse windscreen.



Ducati Corse Tank Guard - Works great and accents the bike greatly, it does it's job.

TO PUT ON (Sitting in garage)

R&G Radiator Guard - Will install Tuesday when time permits.

NEEDED -

Competition Werkes fender eliminator (Supposedly releases by Friday according to them)

Rearsets - whatever works the best (Sato, Gilles, Woodcraft, etc)

More to come soon! Cheers!

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Old Aug 12th 2012, 09:18 AM   #2
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Hopefully pics to come as well. Would like to see more about that seat.

Oh and that heavy lithium iron battery....why? LOL
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Old Aug 12th 2012, 10:31 AM   #3
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Its actually super light. I'll get some pics of the seat for you.
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Old Aug 13th 2012, 10:37 PM   #4
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Updated. And here is a nice pile of OEM parts. (Exhaust and seat are tucked away in a box.)

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UP NEXT: Remove chicken strips!
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always a d-bag reply.... sigh....


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UP NEXT: Remove chicken strips!
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always a d-bag reply.... sigh....
??? Thats my own lol!
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very very nice pictures there.. what camera and lens are u using?
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very very nice pictures there.. what camera and lens are u using?
Canon 60D 1/30 with 17-55 f/2.8 ISO 640.
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Canon 60D 1/30 with 17-55 f/2.8 ISO 640.
Fantastic pics dude.

Thanks for taking the time
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