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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-19-2008, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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For sale: Long list of Ducati Corse / RS parts

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have got a long list of racing parts from various different Ducati race bikes up for sale. Have accumulated them over the years and now looking to have a big clear out. Some parts are used (but good condition), whilst others will be new and in them original boxes:

Ducati 996RS 24 litre petrol tank £600*
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Ducati 996RS fuel tank wiring loom NEW! £100
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Ducati 998RS racing axle £350
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Ducati 996RS 01 flywheel £200
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Ducati 999RS 04 oil cooler £400
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MS productions early 3 piece 916 carbon airbox £300

Brembo 100mm M4 radial calipers £225**
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Ducati 996RS heads (pair) plus full set of 39mm / 32mm titanium valves £850

Ducati 748R crank £250***

Ducati 748R titanium con rods (pair) £200***

Ducati 999s / 999R Ohlins bottom yokes £200
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Ducati 996RS 01 Gearbox complete £500
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Ducati 996rs 01 crank case £150
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JHP 45mm to 52mm balance pipe £200

Ducati Corse 916 / 996 / 748 carbon bellypan £200
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Willing to take offers on all these parts of close / near offers to the stated price, but please don't take the piss! Some of these parts are now very hard to come by, and were once very very very expensive, so please take that all into consideration!

Please email me if you would like any photos and i will try and get these done as quickly as possible

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* an actual original Factory item!
** have got loads of extra road and race pads, plus brake lines that i can throw in as well
** willing to do a good deal if the crank and con rods were bought together: £400 o.n.o. for the pair together
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Any chance you could post some pics of the parts? What's the exchange rate these days?

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Any chance you could post some pics of the parts? What's the exchange rate these days?

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A few days ago it was 2.1xxxx, but today the dollar seems to be making a little rally. I think it was around 1.9xxxx last i checked. So a 2 to 1 is a pretty good average to go by. Easiest thing to do is just double the prices listed.
And a little FYI.....shipping form England to the U.S. is far more expensive than the other way around. So don't make the mistake of going to the USPS site thinking you will get a rate that is similar coming back across the pond. You can go to www.royalmail.com for quotes. But use this as a very loose guessing tool, as i've found rates seem to change quite often and for no apparent reason.
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Some more photos....
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And some more....
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I don't even have a duc and i still want to buy some parts.
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Is the airbox complete?


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Airbox

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the airbox is not "complete", however all that is missing is the two side panels and a set of 4 Dzus clips which you can buy from eBay for near to nothing. The gaps you see at the front are so that the airbox wraps around the frame rails. This is an early 1995 / 1996 Ducati Corse MS productions made carbon airbox. Holes in it are also enlarged for use with large bore (54mm plus) throttle bodies!

a snip at this price as i've seen other people trying to sell this type of airbox (not even proper MS productions ones) for far far more!

e.g. Ducati Carbon Airbox 748/916/955/996 Racing/Corse on eBay, also Ducati, Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Parts Accessories, Cars, Parts Vehicles (end time 23-Mar-08 21:00:00 GMT)
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and on top of all those, here are some photos of the 996RS heads that i have for sale as well. I also have a 'full' history for these heads as well and know rough mileage as well... but as you can see from the photos, they are still in great condition and have only just recently (8 months and not been used since) had new RS copper valve seats fitted during a full refresh. This work alone cost over £700 alone!!!!

Will do a deal on the heads and titanium valves if bought together...
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Some more pictures of the cams and magnesium covers i have...

All remaining parts will now be going on eBay as of this evening, so contact me now if you wish to get a good deal... offers still welcome on all parts!!!
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New parts added

New parts have been added and the list revised accordingly.

Please email if you have any questions... am open to all sensible offers
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Hi DucatiStu,

Would it be possible for you to show me a picture of the 998RS carbon dash attached to a frame so that i can figure out how the carbon dash fixing bracket differs from the stock 998 headlight bucket bracket?

Is it a bolt-on thing or do I need to modify a stock frame or get special adapters or extra brackets in order to make it fit?

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This dash bolts directly onto the frame and requires no brackets, just bolts to attach it to the standard frame logs on the headstock. I have a full diagram of this item from the Ducati 998RS 2003 parts catalogue if you would like me to send it to you?

NB this item is new and comes with all the relevant parts for the data acquisition stuff you may want to fit, however you can not run headlights with this setup
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do you have radial fork lowers?

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what type? road 100mm spacing or race 108mm spacing???

i may have some road ones and brakes to fit from a 999R, but i'll have to check (definitely have the brakes still)
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you still have that lower rad?

how much?


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need to be more specific...? the 999RS oil cooler or water radiator?
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what type? road 100mm spacing or race 108mm spacing???

i may have some road ones and brakes to fit from a 999R, but i'll have to check (definitely have the brakes still)
100mm Ohlins

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