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MadDuck
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All the Ducati's made the 1290SDR possible!


« Reply #6300 on: July 22, 2018, 09:46:33 PM »

The pirellis that I used to run on my SD (diablo rosso IIs I think) made the bike feel as if it could climb straight up a tree. They didn’t last for shit, but the traction was impressive.

I think those were on my S1000R and they impressed the shit out of me.  These are supposed to be better & they are good in the rain too. What short ride it was already favorable.
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No modification goes unpunished. Memento mori.  Good people drink good beer.  Things happen pretty fast at high speeds.

It's all up to your will level, your thrill level and your skill level.  Everything else is just fluff.
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« Reply #6301 on: January 12, 2019, 12:15:41 PM »

Cleaned her and installed some fairing I had removed because I intend on replacing/ fixing; my red seat cowl is cracked, the side seat fairing have tabs broken, and the oil pan fairing is missing a support.
Placed my tri-color seat and a good  CF seat cowl.

Still need replace/ fix rear turn signals.
Plan on adding a slipper clutch, nicer break reservoirs and upgrade the headlight lol

02 Monster S4.

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« Reply #6302 on: January 15, 2019, 02:27:47 AM »

Ran an errand so took her out for a spin. Went and visited my brother in law afterwards.

First ride after I replaced the clutch and brake reservoirs and short hoses.

All good.
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« Reply #6303 on: January 16, 2019, 06:09:38 AM »

Added more bling to the Husky 701SM. Checked & tightened front wheel spoke tension. Rear wheel work next weekend.
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No modification goes unpunished. Memento mori.  Good people drink good beer.  Things happen pretty fast at high speeds.

It's all up to your will level, your thrill level and your skill level.  Everything else is just fluff.
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« Reply #6304 on: January 16, 2019, 10:28:44 AM »

Added more bling to the Husky 701SM. Checked & tightened front wheel spoke tension. Rear wheel work next weekend.


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« Reply #6305 on: January 20, 2019, 08:49:19 PM »

Didn't get the rear wheel work done.....................stuff happens............ Angry Grin Roll Eyes
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No modification goes unpunished. Memento mori.  Good people drink good beer.  Things happen pretty fast at high speeds.

It's all up to your will level, your thrill level and your skill level.  Everything else is just fluff.
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