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well i have been sorting some figures out to bring my 740 up to my required spec;
(basically dripping in carbon accessories (not full fairings), clutch cover, termi system, repainted/ polished wheels, mra screen, rearsets etc. cost £12500

to buy a 749 r in uk and add the bits to include all of above? £12200!!!!

and the 749 r has more hp, slipper clutch , lighter fairings and wheels etc



next time i will save the extra and get the better spec bike!!!!

but wait... i have mine now and it can carry a fit chick!!!!!!!!!!

For your thoughts!
 
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Re: Modify stock 749 v 749r (Tifosi)

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

Yeah! What he said!! Oh wait, let me get my English to English dictionary (flip-flip-flip) Ok, here it is, I guess what he was trying to say was that he should have bought a 749R and saved some money since it had a lot of the kit, er, equipment that he went to the aftermarket for with less out of pocket.

At least he can put a fat chick on the back though...
 
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Re: Modify stock 749 v 749r (Tifosi)

what?

Nick fat chicks need love to


Just not from us
 
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Re: Modify stock 749 v 749r (Jamie_Ducati)

Yup.

Shoulda bought an R. Although why blow all that quid on carbon this and that? It really doesn't make that much of a difference.

Oh, and guys, to say a chick's real "fit" is equivelant to "hot" in our vernacular; akin to the British calling someone a "bellend" while we prefer "dickhead."
 
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Re: Modify stock 749 v 749r (hubert)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by hubert »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Oh, and guys, to say a chick's real "fit" is equivelant to "hot" in our vernacular; akin to the British calling someone a "bellend" while we prefer "dickhead."</TD></TR></TABLE>

Understood, and a joke is called a joke no matter where you tell it, although some people get it and others don't.
 
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Stock bikes do need a few extras put on them though to make them really special... how many people actually leave a Ducati in standard form?
 
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