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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Anyone know if Strati is still in business, and doing the Ducati exhaust coring?
I haven't had any reply to the web-form submission from a few weeks back, and neither from the email address last week. Just wondering if anyone has had contact recently, and if he's still doing this stuff?

Thx!
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (Old Baldy)

I heard from him about 3 days ago...
would have heard more, except I can't figure out this IM feature...
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (Old Baldy)

I just spoke with him in via IM on this board. Looking at doing a pipemod on my new Duc. He gets busy, give him time.
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (DucDan)

He's still doing it. He had an email snafu so try again.
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (Old Baldy)

Strati is definitely still around. He did the pipe mod on my 851. I had replaced the original 851 pipe with a 900ss pipe. Runs and sounds great ! 50,000 + miles
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (Old Baldy)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Old Baldy »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Anyone know if Strati is still in business, and doing the Ducati exhaust coring?
I haven't had any reply to the web-form submission from a few weeks back, and neither from the email address last week. Just wondering if anyone has had contact recently, and if he's still doing this stuff?

Thx!</TD></TR></TABLE>
hey barry,
got your email, sorry for the sluggish communication!
i've got some stainless perforated sheeting that i need to roll cores with. this isn't the way i typically do the pipe-mod with but i DO intend on offerring it. problem is the guage sheeting i have is a bit much for the slip-roll so i may have to order up a sheet of thinner guage stuff which will take a while to arrive. this would be for the best regardless as it'll be lighter weight.
i'll reply to your email in a bit to go over some details. thanks for your patience!
 
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Re: Strati - DucatiPipeMod - still in business? (s4strati)

No problem - thanks for the reply. I'll look forward to your mail!

Barry
 
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