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Old Aug 7th 2018, 10:25 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MaverickiB View Post
SC does make exhausts for the V4, there's 2 different versions.



They also have a 2 exit version but I think that looks terrible.
That doesn't do much for me
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Old Aug 8th 2018, 02:02 AM   #12
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If Ducati wants to use the R model to race WSB series, it can't cost more than 40.000,00 €uros retail price, in order to follow the WSB rules. For the STK 1.000 series it can't exceed the 30.000,00 €uros price.
This is correct. I have mentioned it several times but people still throw out wild numbers for the pricing of the R. The rules still state the €40,000 price as the cap.
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Old Aug 8th 2018, 02:23 AM   #13
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This is correct. I have mentioned it several times but people still throw out wild numbers for the pricing of the R. The rules still state the €40,000 price as the cap.
So $46,350.00 plus tags, tax and setup fees? lol
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Old Aug 8th 2018, 04:30 AM   #14
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So $46,350.00 plus tags, tax and setup fees? lol
I actually think that they will keep it very close to $40k USD here. They can't have a currency swing and have half the bikes go out of compliance. Also don't forget that they have to sell a certain number to meet homologation standards. At $40k the V4 Speciale and 1299 R/FE aren't exactly flying off of shelves. A fair number of dealers still have one of each of those sitting on their floors.
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Old Aug 8th 2018, 04:34 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Sherpa23 View Post
I actually think that they will keep it very close to $40k USD here. They can't have a currency swing and have half the bikes go out of compliance. Also don't forget that they have to sell a certain number to meet homologation standards.
I agree with you. I think it will be around the speciale price. I was stirring the pot some lol

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Originally Posted by Sergiomala View Post
If Ducati wants to use the R model to race WSB series, it can't cost more than 40.000,00 €uros retail price, in order to follow the WSB rules. For the STK 1.000 series it can't exceed the 30.000,00 €uros price.
first i was talking about usd and yes i know about the rules in wsbk. 40k euro is basically 49,999. are we really going that route with conversions. tax title etc isnt in the wsbk price its the selling price . the bike will closer to 50k in the US than 40K. if you think the r will be 40 when the special was 40 and you get a full exhaust you are nuts.

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Old Aug 8th 2018, 02:14 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by double0 View Post
Termi has been trash since 2012 when the Panigale was introduced. Hideous welds, cheaply made when compared to Akra and the sound was trash. The reputation of Termi exhausts on a Ducati disappeared when the 1198's were phased out. Last of the "known" Ducati sound.
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I guess now that months have passed with the release of the R... most on this thread were right. 40k. And I found a dealer willing to do $39k OTD for the R.
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I guess now that months have passed with the release of the R... most on this thread were right. 40k. And I found a dealer willing to do $39k OTD for the R.
Which Dealer? Is it in Orlando?
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Interesting to read that the termis are no good, my panigale came with an akro.

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