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This is a one owner Ducati 900SS I purchased new in the spring of 1994. Over the years all work and regular maintenance was done by either Fast By Ferracci, Koups Ducati, or Art Corsetti of Blue Mt. Cycles. In 1999 the motor was built into a 944 at Fast By Ferracci by Phil Seiberlich who was Eraldo's right hand man and mechanic during FBF's WSB and AMA campaigns. While there a few other "trick bits" were added. The motor is essentially a rolling showcase of what FBF could do to Supersports at the time while still keeping the bike streetable. I still have most of the OEM parts and they will go with the bike. Over the years a lot has been done so I'm sure I'm forgetting something, feel free to contact me for more details of it's history etc.

I have invested over $20K (including the price of the bike) in maintenance, parts, performance upgrades, labor etc. Price is $8,999

Upgrades etc:

FBF 944cc Piston & Cylinder kit - Heads ported and polished by FBF - Pankl Titanium Rods - FBF Race Series 44mm Intake and 39mm Exhaust Valves - FBF Stage 3 Racing Cam - FBF HD Cylinder Studs - FBF High Performance Lightweight Flywheel - Keihn FCR 41mm Carb - Factory Corsa Billet Clutch - FBF High Performance Clutch Plate Kit - Airbox Conversion Kit with K&N Air Filter - Forza Carbon Fiber Slip-ons - Exhaust crossovers cut and expanded then the exhaust system (minus the slip-ons) was refinished with Jet Hot black ceramic coating - Brembo Factory Corsa Master Cylinders/Levers (brake & clutch) - Brembo 320mm V2 Rotors - Performance Friction Carbon Metallic Brake Pads - Fren Tubo Steel Lines (brake & clutch) - DID 520 ERX-2 Racing Chain - Hyperpro Front & Rear Suspension Kit - Zero Gravity Double Bubble Tinted Windscreen - Reupholster seat (by Sargent) - Upgrade to remote Reservoirs - Fast Company Carbon Fiber Tail Tidy/Tool Tray - Vented Clutch Cover

Additionally over the past 18 months the following work has been done:

1. Change the oil/filter (Motul)
2. Replace the timing belts
3. New spark plugs
4. New fuel filter and inspect and clean interior of fuel tank and POR-15 the interior
5. Bleed/flush the brakes and clutch with synthetic DOT-3
6. Remove the rear wheel and clean/inspect/lube the cush drive pins and cush blocks
7. Clean/adjust carbs
8. Clean/lube and adjust chain
9. Clean K&N air cleaner.
10. Clean the rear wheel and sprocket of old lube/grease/grime and inspect wheel bearings.
11. Check the throw out bearing on the clutch pressure plate/inspect the clutch
12. Clean and anti seize the chain adjust bolts

13. Inspect frame at headstock and swingarm for cracks.
14. Pull the calipers and clean w/ brake cleaner and check piston actuation, dismantle and clean.
15. Lube/ adjust cables including tach and speedo
16. Replace the H4 headlight socket w/ a modern version
17. Replace drain/vent/fuel hoses
18. Clean and apply dielectric grease to wiring connections.

19. Install Powerlet Heavy Duty battery cables
20. Install Shorai battery
21. Install Michelin Pilot 2 tires (less than 100 miles on them)
22. Replace fork seals and fluids
23. Install fuel petcock


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