My project 748 is almost done it is a 1998 748 with a 996 mono tail and aluminum sub-frame from a 998, 998 side fairings with carbon belly pan, also has the 5-spoke wheels. Engine is stock with new clutch parts and some other misc bits. If you are interested at all let me know. It won't be all the way done for a little bit, but in the next month or two.
I have a 2000 748 track bike that I've been hanging on to. Suspension set and frame checked by Pete at GMD Computrack(racetech 9.5 springs and gold valves 165lb rider), rear shock by traxxion dynamics, 5 spoke wheels, track fairings, vance and hines slip ons. Can't remember what else. Purchased a new 749 last year for track days and it's been sitting around. The clock shows around 20k but I'm not sure what it has. The bike had been apart before I purchased it and definately some BS from the guy I got it from. I did around 15 track days on it and never had a problem. It has a clear title but I would need to get a new one from DMV. Email me at [email protected] if interested.
We do have this one still http://www.ducatiseattle.com/p....html
Year: 2001 748R w/ '03 748RS engine
Power: 125 RWHP Fresh
GP Suspension, Brembo Master Cylinder, STM Slipper Clutch,
Remus Full 52mm Exhaust, Spares Available, Tech Support Available
Upon Request, Fresh & Ready To Go!
It is on consignment and the price has ben dropping ! Give Bill our sales guy a call if you like, he just fired it off and gave a good look see. It has been sitting for almost a year
Called Bill.... its ashame the owner thinks this bike is more than it really is. I mean it has for the most part a stock 748 Showa susp. and there is nothing really "R" about it. The engine is pretty cool but it doesn't make it worth the askig price. I gave Bill a fair offer...
The reason for the Showa's is that the folks from GP suspension are able to do more with these than the OEM Ohlins. The Showa's function better than the Ohlins once modified as these have been. This bike was very dominant in local Pro Thunder class winning the Championship along with taking the overall # 2 plate for WMRRA. This bike is set up properly and would make an excelent and competitve club racer and an awesome track day bike.. price wise, we will present the offer to the man who owns the bike but I will say I think it will take a couple grand more to make this happen
A forum community dedicated to Motorcycle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, reviews, modifications, classifieds, maintenance, troubleshooting, and more! Open to Ducati, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, MV Agusta, and any other make with the need for speed!