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Old Jul 21st 2017, 06:45 AM   #51
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I'll say all stock. None of that gsxr converted front ends...


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Old Jul 21st 2017, 06:46 AM   #52
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i feel like we covered this topic when the 1199sl came out we just need to change the title to 1299sl.

the limited editions that ducati produce drive me nuts but you have to tip your hat to them for producing the most extreme production bikes in the world and slapping a warranty on it.

Sure you can get it cheaper if you source the parts yourself but a the end of the day it's a modded 1199 nothing else.
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 06:58 AM   #53
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...and i bet he has a huge smile


Yep. My buddy is 50... last season he rode on an ex motoAmerica r6, with all the bells and whistles. He had fun. But he swept all 4 of his races at Mid-Ohio VMD on a stock SV and I've never seen him more excited or having more fun since we've been riding together.


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Old Jul 21st 2017, 07:23 AM   #55
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Yep. Your right the do it yourself stuff is just A modded 1199, 1299. Then again so are all the bikes in WSBK, ASB, BSB etc. I guess those are pretty run of the mill compared to the mighty dealer showroom models. What the hell was I thinking. How are you guys liking those carbon fiber wrapped aluminum swingarms Ducati wants to call a CF swingarm. Nice slap in the face to BST who actually builds one. I laughed my ass off when I saw it off the bike. Got news for you, your 1299SL are just modded 1299s only they were built with mid to low range OEM parts that you paid an exponential markup on. Reality is sometimes a crushing blow. Oh by the way, have you heard about the pile of leftover 1299sl parts that are about to hit eBay at a substantial discount to what was paid by the guys who were bent over for 85+k? You're going to. And I heard some rumor of some sort of V4 thing. I hope nobody actually financed one of those things. What's that out the door with taxes and finance charges? That hurts my head.
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Yep. Your right the do it yourself stuff is just A modded 1199, 1299. Then again so are all the bikes in WSBK, ASB, BSB etc. I guess those are pretty run of the mill compared to the mighty dealer showroom models. What the hell was I thinking. How are you guys liking those carbon fiber wrapped aluminum swingarms Ducati wants to call a CF swingarm. Nice slap in the face to BST who actually builds one. I laughed my ass off when I saw it off the bike. Got news for you, your 1299SL are just modded 1299s only they were built with mid to low range OEM parts that you paid an exponential markup on. Reality is sometimes a crushing blow. Oh by the way, have you heard about the pile of leftover 1299sl parts that are about to hit eBay at a substantial discount to what was paid by the guys who were bent over for 85+k? You're going to. And I heard some rumor of some sort of V4 thing. I hope nobody actually financed one of those things. What's that out the door with taxes and finance charges? That hurts my head.
...this sound's like an old man bringing soup back, at the deli..!!
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Yep. Your right the do it yourself stuff is just A modded 1199, 1299. Then again so are all the bikes in WSBK, ASB, BSB etc. I guess those are pretty run of the mill compared to the mighty dealer showroom models. What the hell was I thinking. How are you guys liking those carbon fiber wrapped aluminum swingarms Ducati wants to call a CF swingarm. Nice slap in the face to BST who actually builds one. I laughed my ass off when I saw it off the bike. Got news for you, your 1299SL are just modded 1299s only they were built with mid to low range OEM parts that you paid an exponential markup on. Reality is sometimes a crushing blow. Oh by the way, have you heard about the pile of leftover 1299sl parts that are about to hit eBay at a substantial discount to what was paid by the guys who were bent over for 85+k? You're going to. And I heard some rumor of some sort of V4 thing. I hope nobody actually financed one of those things. What's that out the door with taxes and finance charges? That hurts my head.
So what would be the high range OEM parts?
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LOL, that's the flipping point. For 90k I better not be getting 90% of the parts that come on the bike costing less than a third the price. when you take a base 1299 and add the pieces that make it a 1299sl (factory pieces exact same bike) the tally sheet isn't even close to what Ducati charged those people. They paid 30k for a triple clamp stamp. Fact. You gotta really enjoy that trip to the factory for that kind of difference.
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Old Jul 21st 2017, 11:44 AM   #60
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Join the conversation. There are more than a few guys on this very board who for less $$ built a much higher end bike and costs are easily verifiable I just bought a Factory, new in the wrapper SL frame and swingarm. There is a whole engine kit, frame etc on eBay right now. There is another guy in Houston that has 2 sets of everything. I will chime out on the dead horse. Great bike. Way overpriced but I'm sure the purchase price included a matching numbered keychain or pocket knife so I guess it's all worth it.
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