Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Regarding the sliders, in the link I posted above is all the detail (including piccies) as to why I HAD sliders on my bike and why I took them off....
As far as the mods go. I have a friend in the village who does alot of work for the race teams. He did factory Ducati's about 2 years ago. When my engine went bang on track shortly after those "track-trim" photos were taken, I sent it to him to be rebuilt.
To save costs for me Vs dealer pricies, he used some left over parts he had knocking around his workshop. Luckily for me these were ex-Ducati Corse factory items.....
List is as follows...
Neil Hodgson's 2001 Corse Crank (bigger throw increases displacement to 772cc)
James Toseland's Corse Pankl titanium rods
Factory primary gear
Factory water pump (bigger impeller - better cooling)
Gregorio LaVilla's factory slipper clutch
As far as my own mods, they're as follows:
Braking Wave discs (rotors) front and rear
Harris Rear sets
Ohlins damper (not standard on 2001 748R)
Evoluzione oversized clutch slave cylinder
Carbon front mudguard/fender
Carbon shock guard
Carbon heel plates
Carbon tank guard (tank is signed by Carl Fogarty)
Carbon Sprocket cover
Carbon Clutch Cover
Carbon Swingarm guard
Carbon Exhaust shield
Carbon 45mm termi's
Tecmoto Bi-hex alloy rear wheel and sprocket nuts
STM quick-release carrier and sprocket
Kellerman Micro indicators
3-way bullet-cam video system with remote changer (box seen on bars in the pics above)
Marchesini Magnesium wheels (mainly for track use)
Think that's about it. Hope my wife never reads this otherwise that's me divorced for spending all my funds on an inanimate object named a Ducati!!!!!
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Official Photographers to the 2007 British Superbike Championship
Last edited by Copey; 11-05-2005 at 02:09 AM.