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she's a beautiful girl for sure........
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Danielmc wrote:Nice bike Phil!

Here's mine. Nothing radical - I'm thinking that this is the bike Ducati should have made (apologies to purists and no offence intended!): Dell'Orto 36 carbs (thanks Phil & Maico) 17" wheels, M1R forks, 320mm discs and later type, 65mm mount calipers, carbon front mudguard and rear hugger, Öhlins rear shock.

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That's a great looking Sport Daniel.If mine looks half that nice when it's finished I'll be happy :thumbup:

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ducinthebay wrote:And my current Sport.Image
Next steps, Black 4 piston calipers, black caliper in back, new mirrors, some pipe wrap by the brake M/C, a fork rebuild, and switch to a 4.5" rear rim with 160 tire.

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Cool bike Phil.Do you have any close up photos.What are the rear sets from?.

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Andrew2 wrote: Cool bike Phil.Do you have any close up photos.What are the rear sets from?. Cheers
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Andrew, Your bike and mine are very similar, except I am running 300mm rotors, and a few other bits.
I posted pics a couple of months ago under this topic:
http://forums.ducatipaso.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=5455

The rearsets are stock, I just cut a bunch off the right hand one and moved the master cylinder because it hit the exhaust I have on it. The pegs are cheap Emgo or some such thing. (light, and they work)

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Danielmc wrote:Nice bike Phil!

Here's mine. Nothing radical - I'm thinking that this is the bike Ducati should have made (apologies to purists and no offence intended!): Dell'Orto 36 carbs (thanks Phil & Maico) 17" wheels, M1R forks, 320mm discs and later type, 65mm mount calipers, carbon front mudguard and rear hugger, Öhlins rear shock.
Daniel

Love the way it all looks, well done, and does look very OEM.

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-Donnor bike : Cagiva Alazzurra 350
-Frame modified for mount cantilever schock system.
-Hand made front bracket
-Rear frame totally new construction
-TT2 Alumium footrest.
-Ohlins Rear schock
-851 Front fork
-Monster wheels
-Brembo cast iron rotors
-SS Brembo calipers
-Brembo radial PR 19 brake pump
-ST2 clutch pump with cnc machined regulable and folding lever
-Frentubo Kevlar /ergal brake and clutch lines
-Ergal cnc machined clip ons
-851 SP3 front mudguard
-Floating rear brake caliper (Superlight system)
-TT1 verlichi aluminium swingarm
-RAD 02 rear mudguard
-RAD 02 Montjuich TT modified solo seat in glassfiber
-RAD Pantahstica glass fiber fuel tank (Wolfman design) with ergal gas cap.
-Ducati single race front fairing
-916 side stand
-PASO 750 engine with F1 Montjuich rear head (for rear mount carburetor as Pantah), ported heads , big valves, TT2 camshafts, lightened flywheel , blueprinted engine.
-Monster 1100 EVO oil radiator
-Dell’Orto PHM 41 carburetors
-Domino quick open gas throttle.
-2.4 Pederccini ignition units
-Dyna Coils
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This one is sitting in Japan waiting for shipment, will be available from Old Gold Motorcycles here in Oz around May/June could be an interesting project, has some mods but looks to still have the Weber.
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...but looks to still have the Weber.
what you can see is a Mikuni carb manifold and float chamber

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Thought I may as well post a pic of mine as of last Sunday 28.04.13, love the look of some of these bikes, keep the pic's coming.

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