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Old December 29th, 2018, 08:27 PM   #1
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Panigale 1199 Scratch Build

Hello, Iíve decided to post pictures of my progress of my1199 scratch build. Why build from scratch? Well along time ago when I was ateenager I knew a guy who built motorcycles from scratch and Iíve always foundit fascinating. Also Iíve torn down a few bikes and rebuilt them in the pastand Iíve always found it fun to do. Before I joined the military I was aservice tech at Yamaha/Suzuki/Ducati dealership so working on motorcycles hasalways been my passion. Iíve been stationed in Japan now for 2 years and mybiggest mistake was not bringing my 2013 Panigale 1199S with me (its sitting instorage). About a year ago I decided to undertake this project as a way to getback on 2 wheels. Iím also posting this thread as a way to hopefully get quickanswers for some of the issues I run into, or if anyone wants to send freeparts my way! One of the biggest issues I run into is finding hardware(nuts/bolts/washers) that I need. Unfortunately when I pick up used parts theydonít come with all the hardware and I usually end up ordering from DucatiOmaha the hardware I need. I am close to having a rolling chassis. Some partsare US spec and some are Japanese spec so that the bike can pass JCI (JapaneseInspection). Here is the progress of the engine/frame/swing arm mounting.
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Old December 29th, 2018, 08:29 PM   #2
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Old December 29th, 2018, 08:31 PM   #3
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Cooling system assembled and key check:
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Old December 29th, 2018, 08:34 PM   #4
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I also 3d designed, printed and skinned in carbon a blank cover for where the GPS sensor goes.
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Old December 29th, 2018, 10:59 PM   #5
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Nice project, I just got doing a scratch build 848 for track. Itís not as cheap as buying out right but worth it. As for hardware I bought a few of these types of listings..
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F302931455742
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Old December 30th, 2018, 12:28 AM   #6
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Nice project! Where in japan are you I have lived in japan for 10+ years now.
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Old December 30th, 2018, 12:42 AM   #7
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Iwakuni Japan. I often use Yahoo Japan to find good deals on Ducati parts. Its almost as good as EBay was in its early days.
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Yeah Iím in kansai ( Kyoto) I use yahoo auctions occasionally the good deal.
Got a good Ducati shop local ( Bart and Suzuka) that I deal with also
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Nice project, I just got doing a scratch build 848 for track. Itís not as cheap as buying out right but worth it. As for hardware I bought a few of these types of listings..

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F302931455742


Wow. This would have definitely saved me some money. I always tried searching for ďhardwareĒ but never got good results.


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Wow. This would have definitely saved me some money. I always tried searching for ďhardwareĒ but never got good results.


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I kept looking ended up buying 3 sets from different listings that were parting out bikes.

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does anyone know the difference between the .5 and the .02 speed sensor gasket? I'm building non abs and not sure what version I need. Also having a hard time locating a front muffler hangar.
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Those are the shim thicknesses. you use a combination of these to get the spacing to the ring within spec.

BTW- I just listed a complete 1199 tool kit in the for sale section if you are interested
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Those are the shim thicknesses. you use a combination of these to get the spacing to the ring within spec.

BTW- I just listed a complete 1199 tool kit in the for sale section if you are interested


Thanks for the heads up on the tool kit. Iím not after on right now but will be.

I figured it would be to shim the sensor but which one do I need for my application? Thinking of 3D printing these so I donít have to buy them. Are they flexible or hard?


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Tentatively installed the cooling system. Iím having issues with both deflectors. They re catching the grooves in the lower triple tree when turning the forks left and right. Any ideas? Still need help with the speed sensors too.Name:  IMG_4859.jpg
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Nice project, I just got doing a scratch build 848 for track. Itís not as cheap as buying out right but worth it. As for hardware I bought a few of these types of listings..

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F302931455742


Thanks for the heads up! Ended up picking that up and it had a lot of parts I need and that I had already bought!


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