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Up for sale is my EURO SPEC 2000 DUCATI 996SPS # 855. Here is the Frame VIN ZDMH100AAXB002841,. I am the second owner of this bike and purchased this bike when it had 1954 kilometers in Japan. The bike currently has about. 8851 kilometers. The gauges on this Ducati are all Euro gauges; it has the 300 KPH gauge and celsius temp gauge. It also comes with the full Ohlins suspension and the upgraded engine internals from the factory. When I had this bike in Japan it was always stored in my house, because I had no garage. When I moved to New Mexico, this bike has always been garaged stored.
My buddy and I painted this bike to model after the 999 FILA race bike. We filled in my right headlight cavity and installed a 6000K HID system. All carbon pieces were clear coated, and so far there are about 4 layers or more of clear over all the carbon pieces and about 3 layers or more of clear over all decals on the bodywork. Pictures do not do this bike any justice. This bike came out perfect; people think this came off a showroom floor. You can see by the pictures on how well I took care of my Ducati, the engine is always detailed.
I brought this bike from Japan in March 2005 and registered it in New Mexico in April 2005. The title on this bike is clean and there are NO liens on this Ducati. The model on the title reads 996SPS. This bike has never been raced on the track, and has never been crashed. All maintenance was done by Ducati Tokyo West in Japan. I had the belts changed in March 2004 and had the bike last serviced in November of 2004. As of right now, this bike runs perfect.
When I shipped this bike from Japan, the moving company put a scratch on my carbon tail, and a tiny dent on my tank. The tank is perfectly done and you cannot see the dent on the tank. I just clear coated the whole body work again and installed my red tail in July 2005. The lower leading edges of the fairings do not have any rock chips and the oil cooler guard does not have any chips also. The carbon tail has been repainted but all you need is the number plates and then clear coat over them to get it back to how I originally had them. Here is the list of modifications to my 996SPS:
-STM anodized red clutch basket
-STM friction discs
-Red anodized Ducati Performance pressure plate
-Stainless steel clutch springs with anodized blue spring collars
-Evoluziones gold anodized clutch slave cylinder
-Goldish anodized fully adjustable rearsets
-Carbon clutch cover (I dremmeled the half carbon cover and made my own vented cover, it came out nice)
-Fully polished 50mm Termignoni exhaust system with the carbon cans (has the new ROM installed)
-Kelvin Norton carbon rear turn signal holder
-Kelvin Norton 24K gold plated fairing
-Cox Racing group radiator guard that I had 24K gold plated
-Ducati 24K gold plated oil cooler guard
-Front wheel Brembo 24K gold plated inner rotor carriers
-Active racing gold anodized 3 piece floating rotor buttons
-Titanium coated step windscreen (cost me 300 dollars in Japan, it is nice)
-Carbon fiber gauge cover
-Carbon fiber tank protector with a Ducati Corse emblem that has been clear coated about 4 times
-Carbon fiber key guard with a Ducati Corse emblem that has been clear coated about 4 times
-Phillips 6000K HID system, this thing is bright
-Ducati Performance Carbon ram air ducts
-Ducati Performance Carbon headlight bucket
-Michelin Pilot Powers tires about 95% thread left front and rear
-DID 525VM gold chain installed before I left Japan
-Carbon fiber rear fender that has the Corse stripes painted on and a Ducati Corse emblem
-Carbon fiber swing arm cover
-Carbon sprocket cover
-custom painted stock mirrors (have the Corse stripes on the edges)
-STM gold anodized frame plugs
-Kellerman front and rear blinkers (cost about 160 dollars just for the blinkers)
-BMC filters mounted in the airbox
-Carbon oil cooler guard that had the Corse stripes painted on and a Ducati Corse emblem
-The carbon airbox has been clear coated about 5 times
-Carbon front fender that Corse stripes painted on and a Ducati Corse emblem, with the GNUTTI emblem and Michelin man emblem all under clear coats
-The rear wheel was painted a blue metallic color and the white rim strip was painted on
-The front rim was painted a red metallic color and the white rim strip was painted on
-Last of all the bodywork on this just looks incredible with all the decals laying under multiple layers of clear. You can see from the pictures that I took my time to make sure everything came out perfect.

I am sure I am forgetting a few other things..

Here is a few pics...






HERE ARE MORE PICS...
All pics that are less than one month old are in this link in the folder labeled "Krisitian"

http://www.picturetrail.com/ga...7726&

The Duc will not be ridden until it is sold.... so in the meantime I have a new toy to ride for the time being (05 R6).. LOL until I get me another DUC...



This Ducati is located on Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico.. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at [email protected] or call me on my cell phone at 505-491-2993..

Thanks
Don
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (donnshev)

very nice bike. out of ciriosity what's the deal with the Sietto fairings in one of the pics? i have a replica of the suzuki sietto team my self.
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (Giannis)

OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thats a nice looking bike..
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (donnshev)

Asking price?? Thanks
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (Metro_Duc)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Metro_Duc »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Asking price?? Thanks</TD></TR></TABLE>

If you have to ask you can't afford it.
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (donnshev)

Giannis,
The sietto fairings are actually taken of the real bikes (those in particular are actually carbon kevlar and were reinforced in certain areas. He even has the first carbon rims that were used on i believe the NSR's. My buddy knows alot of the teams that frequent Motegi, Tsukuba, and Suzuka. They would hook him up with all kind of goodies that he would keep as a collection. As you can see in his shop he has alot of neat things hanging from his cieling and under all the sheets. This is just one of his workshops around his house.. He has rooms of actual race bikes that he would buy and just collect them. In the same folder I put a pic of one of his NSR 500's that he got. When I was in Japan, he used to sell me all the fairings off factory bikes cheap which the teams would strip down from the crates and turn into SS and ST class bikes. I mean they would strip the bikes completely down with 0 miles and get rid of everything. That is why I used to spend so much time at his house sorting through the things that I could make a few dollars off..LOL But now I am gone and miss making that extra dollars.

The bike I am selling as listed above is 17.5K and with a bunch of extra things I am asking 18.5K.

I did list this bike on ebay a couple of weeks ago and did have alot of interest, but no solid buyers yet.. I probably have spent about 5 hours total so far answering questions and it has been cool talking to other Duc owners....

I do not mind answering any questions for anyone. I know that is alot to ask for a bike, but I guess it is worth a shot. My main reason for getting rid of it, is because of the military tempo now, I cannot justify keeping it as a garage queen and there is no one near me to work on my bike...

I have ordered many things from Section8 and Jason has been great to get me my things in a timely manner.

When I need any service to be done, I have even looked into taking the bike up to Albuquerque, which is about 3 hours away. Then I would forward air it to Jason to get worked on LOL.. I actually did price that out... I know I would be happy with them working on it, but I do not think I could actually afford it with the military pay I get.

Well I appreciate the compliments and if you got any questions, I have no problem answering them.

If anyone needs any pictures of the bike I did not take, please let me know and I will see what I can do for you..

Thanks
Don
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (bullduc0022)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by bullduc0022 »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">

If you have to ask you can't afford it.
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Actually, dickhead, I could put it on the Visa if I was so inclined, unlike you, who would have to ask his crack-ho mommy to turn a trick for a down payment on the 20% loan from Countrywide.


Thanks to donnshev for the info.
 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (Metro_Duc)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Metro_Duc »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">

Actually, dickhead, I could put it on the Visa if I was so inclined, unlike you, who would have to ask his crack-ho mommy to turn a trick for a down payment on the 20% loan from Countrywide.


Thanks to donnshev for the info.</TD></TR></TABLE>

Metro_dick:

 
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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (bullduc0022)

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Metro_dick:



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Very clever


How convenient that your mom's pimp emailed you a copy of that jpg.



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Re: Custom Euro Spec 996SPS #855, US registered in APR 05 (Metro_Duc)

Don did your bike featured on Ducati magazine in Japan. i tought i saw a FIla 996 long time ago.
 
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