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Old Apr 13th 2013, 05:48 AM   #71
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want pics?

stripped in 1:15 minutes and this is where we stand at the end of day one..
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 05:52 AM   #72
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front and cockpit come together nicely

good for 1 day of work!
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 05:56 AM   #73
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Little comment :

the EVo pipes are put on in so far that we can now first install the oilpan before putting up the termi end cans.. the brake lines have now been measured and will be made to order. have to be sprecific as the abs system has some particularities as to banjo's...
waiting for the carbon parts of the tank and race suit should come in by next week to be painted..
then in 1 mad bash to the finish!

engine mapping and blueprint is scheduled for this summer as she will have 2K km by then..
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 07:06 AM   #74
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
good for 1 day of work!
That's awesome, do you do all the work yourself? I love wrenching on bikes/cars. I think too many people are afraid to tackle jobs that can be done on their own.

Keep it going.
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 08:03 AM   #75
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Originally Posted by Whoopazz View Post
That's awesome, do you do all the work yourself? I love wrenching on bikes/cars. I think too many people are afraid to tackle jobs that can be done on their own.

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i must be honest here and i m not the man with the wrench... if i could do this i d be mechanic with some top racing team... but what you say is true... having looked at it being done, i am under the impression that ducati have made it not easy for the home wrenchers on the panigale... was stripping it something that takes either experience or patience, putting it back together looks even more daunting...
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
Little comment :

the EVo pipes are put on in so far that we can now first install the oilpan before putting up the termi end cans.. the brake lines have now been measured and will be made to order. have to be sprecific as the abs system has some particularities as to banjo's...
waiting for the carbon parts of the tank and race suit should come in by next week to be painted..
then in 1 mad bash to the finish!

engine mapping and blueprint is scheduled for this summer as she will have 2K km by then..
Thanks for sharing the photos. Very impressive partial build out, looking forward to seeing more as your progress.

Those levers are very nice, may I suggest using Brembo 6mm clear tubing as they would really compliment the levers and provide much better resilience than the stock tubes.

I would be very interested in a detailed specification of all the brake lines, with particular emphasis on the ABS and how your reconfiguring them. Are you going to use quick-release connectors ?
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 08:53 AM   #77
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Originally Posted by CaliDuc View Post
Thanks for sharing the photos. Very impressive partial build out, looking forward to seeing more as your progress.

Those levers are very nice, may I suggest using Brembo 6mm clear tubing as they would really compliment the levers and provide much better resilience than the stock tubes.

I would be very interested in a detailed specification of all the brake lines, with particular emphasis on the ABS and how your reconfiguring them. Are you going to use quick-release connectors ?
Do you have a source for the fluid hoses?
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Do you have a source for the fluid hoses?
http://www.benl.ebay.be/itm/36062043...84.m1439.l2649

is where i got them... quick and clean service!

as to the brake lines: as the clip ons have risers, as the Roby moto sits higher on the forks as they bend upwardly, and as the master sit wider/nearer the throttle, the need to be lengthened by 5 cm.. so a pair of tailor made ones will have te be made this week. for the rest there is nothing special about them i guess... we're pondering of the abs could give any bleeding issues but we don't think so.. i'll keep it posted should it have any specific complications...

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Was thinking of clear, going to see if they sell that as well.
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 09:11 AM   #80
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Found it:

Brembo Clear Brake Fluid Reservoir Tubing

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