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Old Jun 30th 2019, 05:16 PM   #1171
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Old Jul 15th 2019, 06:26 AM   #1172
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Old Jul 15th 2019, 11:59 AM   #1173
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I was ceramic coating my car. had plenty extra and did my 1299R FE. Definitely a punch of gloss. Will be curious on clean-ability. Did windscreen also


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Old Aug 25th 2019, 10:42 AM   #1174
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Got my pipes coated from jet-hot. Tried to remove the big ugly heat shield after but it was still a bit too hot under there so I put it back on.




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Old Aug 25th 2019, 03:21 PM   #1175
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Got my pipes coated from jet-hot. Tried to remove the big ugly heat shield after but it was still a bit too hot under there so I put it back on.
That looks awesome. How much did that run, ballpark? Is it noticeably cooler (even if you have to have the big ugly heat shield)?
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Old Aug 25th 2019, 03:46 PM   #1176
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That looks awesome. How much did that run, ballpark? Is it noticeably cooler (even if you have to have the big ugly heat shield)?

It was around $220 to coat all the piping, also had to pay to ship the piping(they paid return shipping) , was about $250 total.

Without the ugly heat shield haha, my cheeks were hot when wearing leathers. With the heat shield on, I feel no heat as long as Iím not at a stand still




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Old Aug 26th 2019, 06:08 AM   #1177
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Special thanks to FasterTwin Moto Officina for building this beast. Still putting down 204.7whp and running strong. Added STM Italy srl STM Dry Clutch (thank you BellissiMoto), Frank Shockley (Fast Frank Racing) for the custom Axle and Spacers, MAC radiator, Ducati Corse water pump, bunch of suspension bits and refreshed Ohlins with Fast Bike Industries. oh and thanks to Daryl Ruddock for the motivation by doing the STM dry conversion first in UK. Also, Endodoc and Mick1976 for the help.








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Old Aug 26th 2019, 06:32 AM   #1178
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Special thanks to FasterTwin Moto Officina for building this beast. Still putting down 204.7whp and running strong. Added STM Italy srl STM Dry Clutch (thank you BellissiMoto), Frank Shockley (Fast Frank Racing) for the custom Axle and Spacers, MAC radiator, Ducati Corse water pump, bunch of suspension bits and refreshed Ohlins with Fast Bike Industries. oh and thanks to Daryl Ruddock for the motivation by doing the STM dry conversion first in UK. Also, Endodoc and Mick1976 for the help.






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Old Aug 26th 2019, 06:57 AM   #1179
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Special thanks to FasterTwin Moto Officina for building this beast. Still putting down 204.7whp and running strong. Added STM Italy srl STM Dry Clutch (thank you BellissiMoto), Frank Shockley (Fast Frank Racing) for the custom Axle and Spacers, MAC radiator, Ducati Corse water pump, bunch of suspension bits and refreshed Ohlins with Fast Bike Industries. oh and thanks to Daryl Ruddock for the motivation by doing the STM dry conversion first in UK. Also, Endodoc and Mick1976 for the help.








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Old Aug 26th 2019, 02:22 PM   #1180
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Mate the last two bikes posted look killer. Ones a beauty the other is a beast!

Nice bikes fellas!

Mr Sickduc, may i ask how much that dry clutch conversion cost?

What mods have you done to make that kind of power?
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