2000 Ducati Superbike on 2040-motos
Ducati Superbike description
2000 Ducati 748S, 2nd adult owner, always garaged and Alaskan owned. Sunny day bike only.
Ohlins Road and Track forks
Ohlins Corsa rear shock
Marchesini 5 spoke wheels
Marchesini magnesium swingarm w/Ti bolts
Brembo GP radial master cylinder, brake and clutch
Sprocket Specialist quick change carrier
Titanium cush drive w/urethane cush drives
40T Titan Tough rear sprocket
DID 520 racing X-Ring chain
Carbon sprocket cover
Alloy axle nut
Fren Tubo stainless braided lines for clutch and brakes
Titanium rear brake rotor
Titanium front and rear rotor bolts
PFM front brake pads
Ducati Performance carbon front fender (clear coat is wearing off)
Ducati Performance carbon airbox
SBK foam air filters
Ducati Performance carbon air runners
Ducati Performance carbon racing exhaust shield
Ducati Performance carbon rear hugger and chain guard
Ducati Performance carbon oil cooler cowling
Ducati Performance carbon clutch cover
Ducati Performance carbon underseat heat shield
Ducati Performance Corsa rear sets w/standard shift and carbon heel guards
Termignoni 45/50mm Full system w/carbon cans
FIM EPROM ECU and tune
FBF Monoposto seat conversion
Pirelli Supercorsa SP tires (under 1k miles on them)
Billet rocker arms (installed during a service, @approx 2k miles)
Ducati front and rear paddock stands
Ducati Performance bike cover
All work has been dealer installed at The Motorcycle Shop by certified Ducati technicians. If you've ever wanted to own the most beautiful bike ever made, this is the one. Built right and runs phenomenally well. Never used to "run errands" and motor was always brought up to temp before riding in a sporting manner. Oil and filter changed annually, regardless of how many miles were put on the bike. Records including original bill of sale and every maintenance record are included as are brochures and docs for all aftermarket parts installed. All stock parts are included too.
I'm the GM at The Motorcycle Shop, this is my personal bike and have watched it's evolution. The original owner loved the bike and offered me the chance to own the most beautiful bikes made, couldn't pass it up. I installed Supercorsa SP's, changed the oil and filter using Ducati parts and Castrol oil, and put about 1000 miles on it. I've got an investment opportunity and must part with this beauty.
I have all original paperwork including every repair order as well as bill of sale, original brochures, accessory catalogs, about 3 inches of paperwork. All invoices for aftermarket parts are in there too. All take off parts are included save the master cylinders and forks, our old Ducati Master Tech (who did 90% of the work on this bike) bartered for them.
The bike was down on the left side at approx 5mph from gravel, the original fairing was repaired (you can see it on the back side), and the tip of the clutch lever and bar end have small scuffs. If I didn't point it out you'd hardly notice.
The bike is located in Anchorage, AK. I have a freight company lined up and will take care of crating at our shop. Freight costs are going to vary so message me with your email and location (nearest dealer is best). I can contact the dealer and see if they'll accept as a favor to save you the cost.
I'll cover $500 of the freight charge, that should pretty much get it to Seattle area free of charge.
If you want any more pictures or videos of cold start, etc just ask, I'll be happy to oblige.
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Moto blogThu, 16 Feb 2012
Ducati‘s upcoming 1199 Panigale is the most exciting new sportbike in years. The outgoing 1198 was one of the most highly regarded sportbikes on the market, but the Panigale immediately demotes it to has-been status. It’s especially noteworthy for its monocoque chassis design that eschews a traditional frame for a structure built only around its new Superquadro engine.Tue, 01 Mar 2011
There's often more lurking within a seemingly innocuous press release than first meets the eye. The latest communication from Ducati's MotoGP spin doctor would, at first, lend you to believe that the team are buoyed with steely optimism and are hopeful that their hard work ethic and diligence will get them to the top of the time sheets in two shakes of a 10 mil' Facom T-bar. The results from their pre-season testing sessions have so far been pretty glum with both Nicky Hayden and their golden boy Valentino Rossi trailing the rest of the pack by a couple of seconds.Tue, 24 Apr 2012
This is what a destroyed Ducati 1199 Panigale looks like, after South African superbike racer Chris Leeson lost the front end at turn one of the Kyalami circuit. Although the same can't be said for the new and now mangled Ducati superbike, Leeson escaped the crash with minor bruising. Crash sequence below.
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