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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:39 PM   #71
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:41 PM   #72
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I guess I should get a refund on that Dainese key chain I bought a couple days ago lol
LOL !!

i meant from the dealer...they usually hang a Ducati one on the key
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:42 PM   #73
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the frame is $5,500 on ebay, and the swingarm is also for sale also less than your above quote. at $5,500 for the frame i say that is a bad purchase-- really bad-- given that it's a liability on the street imnsho. the swingarm i laughed at from day one as from what i heard it's not truly solid cf.....

i'm eyeing an 1199sl, but the dealer is being obstinate given on how long they've sat on it, the next sl iteration and the v4. i could prob build a better bike out of the 1299s, but i dont have a place to do it all and dont want to anyhow. & i'm frugal, very frugal......

more importantly, you have to be nuts to eat soup from a deli, esp seafood soups. any prepared foods in supermarkets and such. oh well...
...$5500 on ebay...tell me....is that shipped ? (or local pick up only) LOL !!

oh wait,....i saw one on CraigsList too.....
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:45 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by RD16RR View Post
...$5500 on ebay...tell me....is that shipped ? (or local pick up only) LOL !!

oh wait,....i saw one on CraigsList too.....
you're being really obtuse.

it's $5,500 OR BEST OFFER and a whopping $100 to ship:

DUCATI PANIGALE CARBON FRAME/ 899-959-1199-1299 / TELAIO CARBONIO I PANIGALE


and here's the subframe you also grossly overestimated:

DUCATI PANIGALE CARBON REAR FRAME / TELAIO POSTERIORE CARBONIO

and shouldn't you be out riding like you claimed you would be? LOL.
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Not necessarily. The Riba bodywork on the 99SL is the best. Its better than the CDT stuff. CF swingarm? Its nice but the BST build is a better piece and a real CF piece. CF frame again its nice but I see zero advantage over the mag SL frame. You cant see but a bit of it anyhow. Ducati could have done a CF fairing/headlight bracket but they used leftovers. Wheels. like the look, dont like the construction.. I would take the current CDT wheels any day for the street. BST will issue very similar wheels shortly. The rest of the parts? Except for the engine pieces that i can drive to CP Carrillo 10 min from here and get are stock 1299. Dirt cheap
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Had a hug this AM and Im going to Duke's for Hula Pie so I have the sweets covered. Duc 749r. If you are going to quote a post, at least have the ability to understand the context. Right, you "HAD" a bike built in the past. Slave to the talent. Enjoy your purchase. I know Ducati is .
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:55 PM   #77
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Originally Posted by VAST View Post
you're being really obtuse.

it's $5,500 OR BEST OFFER and a whopping $100 to ship:

DUCATI PANIGALE CARBON FRAME/ 899-959-1199-1299 / TELAIO CARBONIO I PANIGALE


and here's the subframe you also grossly overestimated:

DUCATI PANIGALE CARBON REAR FRAME / TELAIO POSTERIORE CARBONIO

and shouldn't you be out riding like you claimed you would be? LOL.
nice finds....i guess if you're building an SL from an S this would be one of the parts you'd need LOL....yup....thats one....

but lets not stop there....thats 1 part on the list....it needs to be complied configured, implemented and built in its entirety.....so please continue

i under price guessed the fairings at 8k...so it will make up for the low ball guess on the frame

..i'd be riding right now, yes....but can't....gotta work..i've happened upon some recent bills to pay...and i need gas money
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 01:57 PM   #78
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Not necessarily. The Riba bodywork on the 99SL is the best. Its better than the CDT stuff. CF swingarm? Its nice but the BST build is a better piece and a real CF piece. CF frame again its nice but I see zero advantage over the mag SL frame. You cant see but a bit of it anyhow. Ducati could have done a CF fairing/headlight bracket but they used leftovers. Wheels. like the look, dont like the construction.. I would take the current CDT wheels any day for the street. BST will issue very similar wheels shortly. The rest of the parts? Except for the engine pieces that i can drive to CP Carrillo 10 min from here and get are stock 1299. Dirt cheap
....and they are a breeze to install too......
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Not necessarily. The Riba bodywork on the 99SL is the best. Its better than the CDT stuff. CF swingarm? Its nice but the BST build is a better piece and a real CF piece. CF frame again its nice but I see zero advantage over the mag SL frame. You cant see but a bit of it anyhow. Ducati could have done a CF fairing/headlight bracket but they used leftovers. Wheels. like the look, dont like the construction.. I would take the current CDT wheels any day for the street. BST will issue very similar wheels shortly. The rest of the parts? Except for the engine pieces that i can drive to CP Carrillo 10 min from here and get are stock 1299. Dirt cheap
You said you were done before. I really am after this post because this is just silly. You don't like the construction of the wheels / frame / whatever but the Ducati factory, who put thousands (or more) of hours into the development of these parts, do like the construction. So would I listen to them or a guy with a few wrenches in his garage and an eBay account? I'll have to think about that one...

Good luck with your build.
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 02:31 PM   #80
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My build is done chump. I actually put miles on the bikes we build not use them for coat racks. So by your analogy, Centex, Horton etc who are "factory" home builders are much more desirable than custom builders in Atherton and Palo Alto. Additionally, you're methodology of assessing of the capabilities of my "garage" and tool selection is a good indicator of why it is easy to sell you things. I'm sure the bike looks nice in your track home.
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