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Old Jul 19th 2017, 09:29 PM   #11
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And I picked this up new in the box from Italy along with the swingarm. So much for exclusivity and the cost were much less that what was estimated. They made a nice profit selling the 1299SL.

Wow! how much was it ?
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Old Jul 19th 2017, 09:35 PM   #12
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I got both for 10K. New in the box
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Old Jul 19th 2017, 10:30 PM   #13
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I got both for 10K. New in the box
very nice endo!

super nice. man love to get it myself.

how about the carbon wheels? do you know?
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Old Jul 19th 2017, 11:09 PM   #14
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The wheels I have not seen. I have seen everything else for sale. 1299SL pistons and aluminum liners, Pankl Ti rods, CF subframe and tail, Reba bodywork all in the Ducati boxes. I think Tamburini factory sold the first sets. The wheels carry a Ducati Part#. Made by BST. I was told that 500 sets plus spares were contracted to BST by Ducati. Expect to see an SL like wheel from BST soon. Personally I like the look of the wheel quite a bit. Unfortunately I am not a fan at all of the rim/spoke interface. There is less robustness in that area than the current BST and certainly less that Rotobox. Again the split spoke looks great. I would ride these on the track. I'm not touching those things for longevity on a street bike. There will be a new crop of CF wheels in the next 6-12 months.
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The wheels I have not seen. I have seen everything else for sale. 1299SL pistons and aluminum liners, Pankl Ti rods, CF subframe and tail, Reba bodywork all in the Ducati boxes. I think Tamburini factory sold the first sets. The wheels carry a Ducati Part#. Made by BST. I was told that 500 sets plus spares were contracted to BST by Ducati. Expect to see an SL like wheel from BST soon. Personally I like the look of the wheel quite a bit. Unfortunately I am not a fan at all of the rim/spoke interface. There is less robustness in that area than the current BST and certainly less that Rotobox. Again the split spoke looks great. I would ride these on the track. I'm not touching those things for longevity on a street bike. There will be a new crop of CF wheels in the next 6-12 months.
Great. I be looking out for those CF wheels. Been looking to get a second wheels for the track mostly.

I may have to look into getting the CF swing arm afterwards. sexy!
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And I picked this up new in the box from Italy along with the swingarm. So much for exclusivity and the cost were much less that what was estimated. They made a nice profit selling the 1299SL.
Gosh! Quite a scoop there Endo. What's the going rate for the full exhaust system? Are you saying ALL the RIBA bodywork panels are available? I'd be interested in where you are sourcing all this from as I've exhausted all my options in Italy, despite close friends and relations who live there, putting feelers out within both dealers and race communities. PM me if you have some information of help.
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That is the point of running a business, to make a profit. Bigger the better.

Nice find BTW. Did you buy those from the people that make the part for Ducati?
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And I picked this up new in the box from Italy along with the swingarm. So much for exclusivity and the cost were much less that what was estimated. They made a nice profit selling the 1299SL.
Congrats!! Cool!
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The wheels I have not seen. I have seen everything else for sale. 1299SL pistons and aluminum liners, Pankl Ti rods, CF subframe and tail, Reba bodywork all in the Ducati boxes. I think Tamburini factory sold the first sets. The wheels carry a Ducati Part#. Made by BST. I was told that 500 sets plus spares were contracted to BST by Ducati. Expect to see an SL like wheel from BST soon. Personally I like the look of the wheel quite a bit. Unfortunately I am not a fan at all of the rim/spoke interface. There is less robustness in that area than the current BST and certainly less that Rotobox. Again the split spoke looks great. I would ride these on the track. I'm not touching those things for longevity on a street bike. There will be a new crop of CF wheels in the next 6-12 months.
You found the subframe? Is it worth the upgrade in your opinion? It is really the only piece I want. I can't run the Fullsix CF tail full tail due to the Under tail exhaust, (I don't want to have to drill and engineer a bracket on a $3k piece).

The subframe would allow me to reduce weight and keep everything more or less the same.

Your thoughts?

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And I picked this up new in the box from Italy along with the swingarm. So much for exclusivity and the cost were much less that what was estimated. They made a nice profit selling the 1299SL.
..LOL..here we go again...i'd like to see you ride that thing down the block
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