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Old Apr 10th 2013, 04:09 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
Mine : work on the R starts next week. Pl
Planned to last 3 months as km mount to 2500 km

I m not going to list the R s extensive goodies list we start off with:
This is what s coming :

Timing cams
Flowed
Rapidbike race module
Mapped and blueprinted
Termi evo line upgreaded to pro
Race air filter
Ducati corse bbx tcs pirelli module 16"5 inch
Samco tubing
Roby moto 52/58 triples
Ducabike 53 steering damper holder
Ohlins FGR100 gasforks
999 rs carbon front mudguard
Valtermoto clip on risers
Carbonfibre clip ons
SMT control switch and buttons 2R / 4L
Brembo motoGP billet 19x18 master brake cylinder
Brembo motoGP billet 18x19 master clutch cylinder
Carbon fluidsholderbrackets
RS front axle
Titanium front axle nut
Brembo 320mm SBK 6mm disks
OZ racing wsbk magnesium 16"5 inch wheels
Brembo P4 32/36 108mm monobloc calipers
Brembo Billet P2 34 rear caliper
Kevlar brake lines
Titanium bolt set drilled
DP rear set classic mount
DP racing seat
Carbon clutch case protector ( strengthened)
Carbon heel protectors (strengthened)
Carbonvani carbon fuel tank
RS fuel tank lock
Carbonvani carbon radiator surround and overflow tank
Carbonvani carbon electronicsholders L/R
Carbonvani carbon rear brake fluid and line holer
13.8 compostie carbon full race fairing and oiltank
13.8 compostie carbon race seat
Carbon Sigl carbon head mount
Carbon sigl carbon dash mount cover
Carbon sigl carbon air ducts
Carbonquest carbon rear frame covers
Paintatelier ( alstare painter)raymond roche styling paintjob
Stompgrips
Pirelli sc2

Does this qualify for this thread ?
IMHO, That sounds like a very good modification list and would qualify for this thread *after* you have built it out
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cant wait to see that R build.... Just hope you race past the local starbucks and end at the track.
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Old Apr 10th 2013, 09:45 PM   #64
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SATO Engine Sliders

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Hey, ScrapperX, very nice on the ceramic coating. I just talked to them on the phone, and they sound like they're on their game.

QUESTION: Can you talk about the "frame" sliders sticking out near the generator/stator case AND the clutch cover?
What are they coming out of? Does Sato make both of them and what are they each called?
The Engine sliders are made by SATO Racing

https://satoracing.com/1199panigale_enginesliders.htm

http://ducati1199.com/mechanical-tec...e-sliders.html

I believe they are really good quality and very sturdy. I bought the standard without the suspension support bracket. I think it would make a difference if you did choose the one with the suspension support I will probably add the suspension support in the future. Another member here order it. It mounts to the engine and clutch assembly on the right side. On the left it mounts to the suspension and the engine. I was skeptical at first but when you mount it you can see why the engineers mount that way. I highly recommend it.
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
The Engine sliders are made by SATO Racing

https://satoracing.com/1199panigale_enginesliders.htm

http://ducati1199.com/mechanical-tec...e-sliders.html

I believe they are really good quality and very sturdy. I bought the standard without the suspension support bracket. I think it would make a difference if you did choose the one with the suspension support I will probably add the suspension support in the future. Another member here order it. It mounts to the engine and clutch assembly on the right side. On the left it mounts to the suspension and the engine. I was skeptical at first but when you mount it you can see why the engineers mount that way. I highly recommend it.
+1. Here are some more pictures.
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Old Apr 11th 2013, 10:57 AM   #66
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does this count as build?

putting the mains items of the front together..
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Old Apr 11th 2013, 11:22 AM   #67
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
putting the mains items of the front together..
That is very nice and I look forward to seeing the bike posted when it is built.

IMHO, If i was building a bike out purely for track (which I am not), I would of gone for the FGR 900 Ohlin forks, Brembo T Rotors and the Brembo GP4-RR calipers (personal taste).
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Originally Posted by CaliDuc View Post
That is very nice and I look forward to seeing the bike posted when it is built.

IMHO, If i was building a bike out purely for track (which I am not), I would of gone for the FGR 900 Ohlin forks, Brembo T Rotors and the Brembo GP4-RR calipers (personal taste).
i m not too keen on the nickl finish..
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Old Apr 12th 2013, 11:25 AM   #69
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what stand is that?
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Old Apr 12th 2013, 08:13 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
The Engine sliders are made by SATO Racing

https://satoracing.com/1199panigale_enginesliders.htm

http://ducati1199.com/mechanical-tec...e-sliders.html

I believe they are really good quality and very sturdy. I bought the standard without the suspension support bracket. I think it would make a difference if you did choose the one with the suspension support I will probably add the suspension support in the future. Another member here order it. It mounts to the engine and clutch assembly on the right side. On the left it mounts to the suspension and the engine. I was skeptical at first but when you mount it you can see why the engineers mount that way. I highly recommend it.
Just ordered them yesterday (with the suspension support). Thanks For confirming that that was the right choice.

Any suggestions on how to better protect the shock cylinders(the upper part of the suspension)?
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