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Old May 28th 2017, 11:08 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
Pankl took over Carrillo back in 2008 (https://www.pankl.com/fileadmin/user...llo_end_01.pdf). Both companies were not affiliated to Ducati.

But if it comes to top notch conrods (post 2014Rs and SLs), Pankl/Carrillo is THE company, even for Ducati
So how would one get a set of these for the 1299? Could you??

Wonder if they also do the pistons and pins for the SL?
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Old May 28th 2017, 01:23 PM   #12
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You can get the rods, pistons and pins from Carrillo. Ti or steel on the rods. Pistons to your spec. The stuff is a bunch nicer than the "contracted" 1299SL pieces. Send that with your crank to Ben Fox. They will do the "works" on the crank and dynamically balance the rotating assembly. You. Can get Ti valves all around from Del West. You can get cams from numerous places again to your spec. Get the heads done when you get the valves put in. You will end up with a 1299 spec SL motor at a fraction of a crated unit from Ducati if you could get one. Keep the steel liners.
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Old May 29th 2017, 01:44 AM   #13
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I Ride: 2016 1199R Pani, R6 racer, 2014 1199S Pani, 2016 BMW S1000RR, KTM 250exc, GasGas 250txt, skateboard
Got any very rough idea on costs @endodoc ? After experiencing the R I can now see why people spend silly money on lightweight engine mods, it's the most amazing feeling having the engine at full revs and still feeling so light going around corners and through chicanes. I'd love to do it to a 1299.
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Old May 29th 2017, 06:48 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by endodoc View Post
You can get the rods, pistons and pins from Carrillo. Ti or steel on the rods. Pistons to your spec. The stuff is a bunch nicer than the "contracted" 1299SL pieces. Send that with your crank to Ben Fox. They will do the "works" on the crank and dynamically balance the rotating assembly. You. Can get Ti valves all around from Del West. You can get cams from numerous places again to your spec. Get the heads done when you get the valves put in. You will end up with a 1299 spec SL motor at a fraction of a crated unit from Ducati if you could get one. Keep the steel liners.
Totally agree! A 1299 SL could be built for probably half the price...that's really tempting..
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I will add up the totals and shoot you a PM. Richard Batchelor at CP is the guy to talk to if you decide you want to play.
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Old May 29th 2017, 09:35 PM   #16
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I will add up the totals and shoot you a PM. Richard Batchelor at CP is the guy to talk to if you decide you want to play.
Thanks... Is Richard based out of North Carolina or Cali?
This sounds like a great winter project!
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Richard is in Irvine CA.
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