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I did several purchase on line, mostly on e-bay and so far I'm satisfy with the deal I made except few exception....

I order a Ducati Wing jacket on e-bay and turn out that its was an illegal copy made in Pakistan. The color was not the same and I return it....still waiting for my money back.

I order a tinted windshield on e-bay....still waiting after 3 weeks.....come on I payed over $200.00 CDN for that.....move !

Pro-Italia....nice site ....auto reply and billing but my order still waiting to get fill ....no answer after 5 day's !

What pissed me off, is that we are paying big $ for ours stuff....
Oh It's a Ducati = $x2 but the service = /2 !

Other place.....you complete the order on line; gave my credit card no. and then you receive a e mail....we have to order this stuff....will take fews week or we are sorry they are out of stock !

my 2 cents !
 
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There are too many ducati parts and accessories sites on the web to name and I recon some are probably better than others. The thing that gets me is when they take my order when they dont have the goods at hand and I have to wait. What I do now is shoot of an e-mail and find out the availability before placing an order if they aint got it then I try somewhere else, simple, and like I say there is plenty. I've used Spareshack UK and Southern California Ducati with excellent results, even got some great bargians of ebay but like I say make sure they have the stuff you want first before placing an order. I got my full termi system from Southern Cal quicker than I could from the corner store.
 

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Did you have your Termi shipped ? My dealer told me they are sold out and not sure if they can order it.

I prefer to order from USA as the price are so much lower than Canada price. Ex: Full Termi is $3,800.00 CDN witch is $3,361.00 USD compared to average price in US 2,800.00

everything is like that !
 
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Got my termis from Soutern California Ducati, they were on special and they had them at my doorstep [/B] here in Australia in 5 days. I wound up saving about $1000 even after the tax man had a whack at me at customs. I would still be waiting if I went through my local dealer, there is a backlog of 35 orders to be filled before I could even get a look in. Locally the price is $4800 AU.
 

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Grand Duc said:
Did you have your Termi shipped ? My dealer told me they are sold out and not sure if they can order it.

I prefer to order from USA as the price are so much lower than Canada price. Ex: Full Termi is $3,800.00 CDN witch is $3,361.00 USD compared to average price in US 2,800.00

everything is like that !
Not all places in Canada are charging $3,800. I think that's far too excessive. I paid $2800 before taxes...but that was for the "not so full" termi system as apposed the the new and improved "full" full termi system..

If you're shopping around, make sure you ask for the full system SKU that supercedes the old...
 

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Got my termis from Soutern California Ducati, they were on special and they had them at my doorstep [/B] here in Australia in 5 days.

Slob --- Sweet! That's my dealer. I'll be there to pick up the bike tomorrow. So Cal Ducati has GREAT customer service. Its the reason I drive 90 min to get there. I've got 2 other Ducati dealers that are closer, but the guys there are tops.
For parts, talk to Rob (Parts Mgr) or Mike in Parts.
Good luck.
 

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www.58cycle.com
www.speedymoto.com
www.pit-bull.com
www.shift-tech.com
www.acculign.com
www.emotouk.com

I have used most of these including a few ducati dealers . Faymeyers in CO. and wilsons in CA.

Speedymoto has some realy nice stuff including a tool to remove the rear wheel. 58 cycle has a lot of ducati stuff. Pit bulls rear stand i awsome and you can use it on both sides. Shif tech has nice carbon fiber items and it very good stuff. acclig makes some of the best looking rear set around. Dynojet is working on a kit for the 1098 but they e-mailed me that it was not ready yet. and emotouk has cool stuff if you want to order over sea.
 

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As the ones mentioned above, I'm pretty much sticking to those.. Im not taking risks with orders online. But i do want my parts!!
 

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Some more suggestions...

I have purchased one or more items from the following venders. They're not listed in any specific order. Some are located within the US, while others are based over seas. My experience with all the below have been positive with no problems, but that's not to say you shouldn't do some du diligence prior any high dollar online purchase.

Just about anything Ducati is available here...
http://www.spareshack.com/

Great for gear, acessories, tires and so fourth...
http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/

Awesome Ducati billet parts, such as pressure plates, clutch slaves, etc...
http://www.mpl-tuningparts.de/

All around good shop for anything Ducati related (be sure to sign up as a member, you'll get MUCH BETTER pricing, and its free to do so!!!)
http://motowheels.com/index2.html

Another all around good shop for anything Ducati...
http://www.emotouk.com/

Looking for Carbon Fiber, look no further!
http://www.carbonworld.de/shop/

More Carbon Fiber!
http://www.febur.it/

More all around Ducati parts service and gear...
http://www.proitalia.com/index.html

For those hard to find, trick Ducati parts (plate bracket kits, slaves, etc)...
http://www.evoluzione.net/

More trick Ducati parts...
http://www.madduc.com/

Great for gear and Ducati related parts and accessories...
http://www.motostrano.com/

Ducati parts galore...
http://www.ragemoto.com/

Small selection, but just the right parts you need...
http://www.ducatidesigns.com/

All around good source for Ducati gear, parts and accessories...
http://www.kc-international.com/index.html

Great for gear and some Ducati related parts and accessories..
http://www.denniskirk.com/

More for Harleys & customs, but good for sourcing out hard to find hardware such as lights, nuts and bolts, hangers, brackets, fasteners, and such...
http://www.jpcycles.com

Reputable PA dealer with Ducati history that carries loads of Ducati related parts and accessories...
http://www.ferracci.com/
 

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DG --- Great list. You had some places I've never seen.
Thanks.
 
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