I think it may be time to let my 1098R go to a new home. It's far from standard although I have most of the standard parts. I'd like it to go as is, as I just haven't got time to return to standard and if I keep it, I'd have to put it back to the way it is.
The bike was one of the bikes pre-registered by Ducati UK to race in BSB. It was sold to the 1st owner in Jersey by Pro Twins who used it as his track day bike and spent a pretty penny on it. I bought it from him and registered it back in the UK on the original registration. Therefore it shows as one previous owner to myself, which is Ducati UK.
The bike is basically mint and I can't think of any marks of note on it.
JHP built engine with Pistal pistons
I've had this pointed out to me on Mordor. 👺
Mr Tea selling his 1098R, some may remember it if you were previously on there. He seems to be after a Desmo if you have one to PX.
Right, I feel dirty and I'm off for a wash. 🧼 🧽 🚿
Up for sale is my trophy 1098R
I bought it via this forum in 2017 and have just done around 200 miles in that time. it’s been sitting I my workshop or in the living room in that time and I’m not going to ever really ride it so it’s time someone used it as intended.
Mileage is 10700 .
It has an early service history and was then looked after by Richard at Louigi Moto. The motor was taken apart and had rods and piston in and the cams dialled in accordingly .
I do have a dyno graph for it saying 191...
1997 900ss with 36k miles on the clock. I am the second owner from new. It had a service, MOT and new chain and sprockets and then within 300 miles I found a crack in the upper rail of the frame near the headstock. Unfortunately I don't have the ability or time to strip the bike, to get it repaired and cannot justify getting the whole job done. Is anyone interested in buying it as it is? Please message me for more information. I am in north Surrey. Thanks.
I'll be listing my 1100evo on eBay later today.
I bought it recently as I've always liked the look of them and had been considering selling my S2R 1000 as it's beginning to upset my arthritis. Having ridden both back to back I've decided to keep the older bike and have fitted bar risers to improve comfort.
The Evo is better in every measurable aspect including comfort but it doesn't scratch my itch in the same way hence selling it.
It's a 2011 bike , 12 months MOT, 32k miles, FSH mainly with Snell and JHP. I'm the 5th owner and it has 2 keys, code card and all the books. Great condition for its age and mileage. Belts last done in 2019 with the desmo service. I'm not one for changing them every 2 years so I'm fine with that.
For Sale : Ducati 998S, 2002MY, 6228 miles, two owner
As it's the S model it has as standard from the factory :
Deep sump, sandcast, 996R testastretta engine
Fully adjustable Ohlins rear suspension
Fully adjustable Showa titanium nitride coated front forks
Adjustable Ohlins steering damper
Marchesini lightweight wheels
Carbon fibre belly pan
50mm Termignoni exhausts with the correct ecu for these. NB the 996R engine in the S model has 50mm headers unlike the ‘base’ 998 which has 45mm headers.
In addition it has:
Carbon fibre mono seat unit (note this was originally a biposto bike so has the bip rear subframe in situ)
Custom seat pad
Carbon fibre rear hugger.
Carbon fibre swing arm cover.
Carbon fibre clutch cover
Posting for a friend - a lovely example of a D16 with the added allure of a Loris Capirossi Moto GP style Exhaust fashioned lovingly from Inconel.
I have a video on WhatsApp that can be forwarded to prospective buyers and timewasters ;)
For contact info of the seller please drop me a PM.
Very unfortunate sale of my recently completed 1098R due to impending separation. I’m currently out of the country until end on Jan.
2008 Ducati 1098R, originally owned by Martin Rees of Ducati Glasgow who turned it into a track bike from new with a lot of high end aftermarket parts and track/race bodywork, more recently it was owned for a long time by a well known member of another Ducati forum. It’s a well know bike that has been ridden hard and always on track but it has had a no expense spared ownership from new. I’ve just completed a extensive restoration using lots of brand new parts from Ducati and all the original fairings/carbon/tank etc that were stored from new.
Some recent work and parts fitted:
Bit of a claim but I think my Ducati 750SS is probably the best, original low mileage one for sale in the country. It’s lived in someone’s lounge for most of its life and I have only ever ridden it in the dry.
It has only covered approx 6500 miles from new and the ride, condition and gear change reflect that.
In terms of recent service, it has had:
May 2021 - oil and filter
June 2020 - oil and filter (Alton Ducati)
April 2020 - fuel tank cleaned with new filter, pump and gaskets
March 2019 - Full desmo belt service which cost over £800.
This year I also had Braided HEL lines fitted for both front and back brakes, the clutch and brand new Brembo front brake discs and Brembo front pads. Of course all the fluid was done too which set...
Hi all, selling on behalf of a friend who is not a member on this forum.
he is looking to move to an 1100 or 1200 monster instead.
2011 Ducati 848 evo with 18800 miles on clock
Full service history (belts last done 16672 miles)
Termi Exhausts and have standard exhaust too
Carbon hugger, carbon heel plates, carbon mirrors and carbon dash surround
Tri-colour seat, rear seat cover (I have rear seat too) I have pillion pegs, black & red shorty levers
Double bubble black front screen, clear guard vinyl protection package on whole bike
Michelin pilot tyres, (front fitted at 16672, rear fitted 18500) Brand new chain & battery
R&G crash bobbins under the fairings. R&G tail tidy. R&G rear axle bobbins. R&G bar ends.
Red Oberon slave clutch...
Up for sale is my 1994 900ss which has covered around 38k miles and taking into consideration that this is now over 27 years old I would say in very good (but not excellent) condition - just not using it so it needs to go to a good home - too many bikes not enough time.
The bike has been off the road for about two years and I have just spent some time recommissioning it, the fuel pump in the tank had failed and has been replaced, recent oil and filter change and it has a new battery. The bike runs ok although a little rough, I think that the carbs need a proper service which is somewhat beyond me. Bodywork is again ok but has one or two issues which I have tried to show in the photos the frame and engine also show signs of age but...
So having scared myself shitless on a number of occasions already over the last 10 days I’ve concluded that having this bike after 3 years of not riding is a silly idea!!! Yes I know I don’t need to pin it everywhere however it’s waaaay too addictive!
2016 Panigale R, 5400 miles, almost mint condition (bar a few stone chips on the white nose marker board), 12 months mot, pretty much brand new Supercorsa tyres. 9550 miles until service according to the computer.
The Bike is completely standard bar a taller screen (brand new original is included) and Ducati Performance carbon tail tidy (original is included), mirror blanks, ducati paddock stand, DDA, all booklets and two sets of keys.
I will update with more detailed pictures later, any...
I built this bike in 2007 from a bare frame up for a customer. I ended up buying it off him after a prolonged layup and have recommissioned it as a bit of a project thru the past year. Frame, subframe, wheels, cycle parts were powder coated satin black with some alloy parts being polished.
2001 748 with 853 big bore kit using Pistal pistons. Fuelling is sorted with a FIM eprom which was the go to solution back in the day. 45mm Termis deal with the exhaust. Samco hose kit on the cooling system.
5 spoke marchisini wheels, brembo serie oro discs, black calipers, Ohlins steering damper, Ohlins rear shock with hi/lo speed comp damping, MPL clutch parts, carbon undertray aftermarket mono seat unit, led rear light……..
Bike has been gone thru...
For sale due to impending Monster+, my 2004 M1000Sie in Anniversary Red. Around 13,000 miles on the clock. Some service history. Recent MOT. Just had a belt service (with Exact Fit belts, cheers @Exige, including replacing all tensioner bearings. Very recent Metzeler Sportec tyres. Fitted Power Commander 3 USB. BOS carbon cans. PandP Belly Pan. Fitted Exact Start cables. The last and best evolution of the two-valve Monster.
The rear pads need replacing as I was told after the service, they could have just done them but didn't. The exhaust is blowing from somewhere. The paint on the footrest hangers is crap. Could do with a proper dyno setup to suit the PCIII, we just uploaded a basic map for the cans. The bike is not pristine...
I'm creating this advert here just in case any of you lot are interested but also because I've mentioned it's for sale in some FB groups and I'm getting some interest and it's a damn sight easier for me to just link to this rather than rewrite everything each time, plus all the pictures will be in one place on the web rather than me sharing them right left and centre - saves disk space and thus electricity (I'm just thinking of the environment as I wouldn't want to upset Greta 😁).
NOW SOLD : DUCATI MONSTER 1100S, 2009MY, 32,000 KM (20,095 MILES)
As it's the S model it has as standard from the factory :
Fully adjustable Ohlins suspension front and rear
Carbon fibre cam belt covers
Carbon fibre front mudguard
My Multistrada 1200 DVT Sport Touring for sale, white with 13500 miles from new, recent fuel sender, well we all have to suffer that. Lots of extras inc Rear topbox and mounting bracket, hydro dipped carbon fibre rear hugger, both chain guards hydro dipped carbon fibre, raised seat with memory foam as I am 6’3” tall, conquest water pump protection bracket, sat nav mounting bracket, Evotech radiator guard, Evotech oil filter guard, Evotech engine guard, Leo Vince end can, conquest handlebar end guards, conquest bar end weights, small black screen and my unusual cat removal from inside itself.
Everything can be put back to standard inc a brand new cat, mud catcher, seat etc.
A stone chip on the nose but when polished you don’t see it...
I want to make room in my shed so the time has come to offer my 748 for sale and this time to definitely sell it, not hum and har over it. It’s a UK bike and was first registered July 99 when purchased new, by me, from Frontiers Motorcycles in Wimbledon. I have been the only owner over the last 21 years and it has done just 3600 miles. From the end of 2001 to 2011 the bike was stored in a garage, admired, started periodically to turn it over and ridden around the block occasionally. In 2011 it was shipped to Ireland but has never been registered here. Due to work commitments it was never used in Ireland until last year, hence the low mileage.
With a change of personal circumstances, in August/Sept 2018 I recommissioned it and got it...