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It's mine and awaiting shipping quote from ProItalia to Texas...The staff was very helpful, quick in responses, I might add extremely polite
And the mods list starts here and I wanna double check with you guys,
The rearsets holes for the SF series are the same with the 1x98 series right? I do dig those Gilles Tooling VCR sets--and I am aware of the spacer needed for the right side
http://shift-tech-carbon.com/onlineshop/product_info.php?products_id=243
 

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LOL yeah, I've been wanting a SF, just haven't found one to my likes and it doesn't make sense having 2 bikes. I kept my 848 at my cousin's house since I live in an apartment.
 

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LOL, both bikes i've saved up my own money for it...you'll have your turn.
 

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List of mods starts here:
1.Bitubo damper (bought and being shipped) Thanks to Gunny
2.MWR Filter and cleaning kit (bought and being shipped) Thanks to Gunny. I will post pics mounted/installed when I get them
3.MW Rearsets-had these on my old 848 and loved them. Price and adjustability are great
4.Levers (still deciding which)
5.CF oversized air intakes
6. AGV Corsa Primer-being shipped, and will get custom airbrushed and clear coated with Platoon tribute theme
and...who knows what's next lol
Tools needed:
1.Larger chain adjuster
2.Larger rear wheel socket
3.Larger Pitbull rear stand pins (Do I need both sides or the #2 pin should fit both sides of the SF S?)
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Well, I do have a list of 848 parts/tools I want to sell if anyone interested
1. Smaller chain adjuster tool (For Ducati smaller wheel hub such as 848 series) and Smaller rear wheel socket (duel use for both sides) $70 shipped both items
2. 848 rear passenger seat (like new condition) $100 shipped
3. 848 passenger pegs, I do have 2 L sides and 1 right side $110 ship for both L and R, the extra L side is $70 shipped. These do come with mounting bolts
4. OEM rearsets $80 shipped (not include the shifter and brake)
5. OEM Full exhaust minus the vertical manifold (removed after 2000miles to have termis) $220 shipped
6. OEM ECU $200 shipped
7. OEM exhaust heatshield $45shipped
8. Termi old style baffles $110 shipped for both
Let me know or PM'ed, I will look for more parts that I have to list, the items above are what I have on top of my head at the moment
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Let me know what you think of it? I am interested in the 1098 S as well, but have seen few reviews of the bike. My experience has been mainly the 1199 S.
 

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^Testa engines will remain torque oriented over the new superquadro, imo. the 1199s will have less chance of timing belts shreaded.
I will let you know when the bike is in
 

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Guys,
Since the bike only had 2925 miles, and it's been 4 years.
Do you guys suggest I change the belts out? Pro Italia did mention they went through all procedures to make sure the bike is good-for being a credited dealer in CA.
I can do this part no problems.
Last oil change recorded was at 1900 miles.
 

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Changing the belts is cheap insurance when in doubt.. Safe riding

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Ohh weee...and it's here...

Finally in...took it out for a ride..
Comfy
Nice exhaust notes and that dry clutch ooh wee...
Will take some better pics tomorrow and sound. Sorry for the crappy phone pics.
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Weird how the pics are in the right orientation when you click on each picture
 

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Hell yeah man that thing looks tight. Please better pics and more in depth review.
 

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Can't do an in depth review. I don't olan on going to trackday this year just yet. Texas doesnt have twisties/hills to run lol. Its justa much more comfy ride than the SBK series


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Damn it, well at least a few daytime pics!
 

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Yes Gunny,
I havent got a chance to mount the Bitubo yet. Once everything is done i will start a new post


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And i will give ya a headsup once im ready for that air intake. Did send Lyle an email about that as well.
Cheers for a great forum member


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