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Old Nov 7th 2018, 06:58 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by 1299rFE View Post
I am thinking of bringing my bike to my local Ducati dealer and having them break it in on the Dyno and heading to Barber this spring

I changed my bikes to 2015 Panigale R btw.
My bike only has .1 miles on it. Dealership never did a safety ride.
I am love the OEM plastics so much I am looking for the same, to take off the OEM's but put cheaper aftermarkets on it.

I might forgo the racing another year so I can enjoy this bike on the street as well as do track days.

The organization I do my track days with do a 3 part race series which has a street bike entry so you don't have to submit to the racing rules of no headlights and wiring the bike up and obtaining an oil catch fairing.

I am still up in the air with this. I still need to get about $1000 of crash protection on the bike including rear sets, bar ends, "frame sliders" and axle protection before investing further into plastics. Maybe I will just take a $3,000 personal loan out to prep the bike?
If youíre going to ride it on the street first Iíd skip the dyno break in.
Race glass, tank sliders, front axle sliders, clutch cover protection. I personally donít care for frame sliders on the track.
Most important is enjoying her.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 09:10 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
If youíre going to ride it on the street first Iíd skip the dyno break in.
Race glass, tank sliders, front axle sliders, clutch cover protection. I personally donít care for frame sliders on the track.
Most important is enjoying her.
I agree, I had my 959 well protected but it was after I had a cold tire tip over in April in New Hampshire.

I may just keep the OEM plastics on and remove the headlights for a few races next year and get a belly pan.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 10:31 AM   #13
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Frame sliders

What frame sliders you going with?
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 11:33 AM   #14
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What frame sliders you going with?
R&G or SATO, not sure
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 06:00 PM   #15
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I don't believe SATO has one for the 15; they do for the 13/14 Rs.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 06:46 PM   #16
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R&G or SATO, not sure
I recommend CNC Racing Sliders. I have the Frame and Fork sliders on my R.
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Old Nov 8th 2018, 04:42 AM   #17
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I recommend CNC Racing Sliders. I have the Frame and Fork sliders on my R.
Just from a quick search, $228, which isn't bad, but $70 to ship!?
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Sato frame sliders work but you cannot use the DP performance clutch cover at the same time.
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Sato frame sliders work but you cannot use the DP performance clutch cover at the same time.
I will probably be using a Woodcraft clutch cover. Eric Wood runs the Penguin Racing School that I ride and train with. I will be using his rear sets, bar ends, and axle guards as well.

Anyone have experience with tank protection or rear protection, good for low sides?
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