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Old Dec 24th 2012, 07:25 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
Thanks CaliDuc for the heads up!

My Rizoma Next tanks came with two different fittings for the tubes. I screwed in the smaller fittings that fits the original Ducati OEM Tubes in which I retained. I wasn't fortunate for the Rizoma rear brake tank (Non Next model) in which you cannot remove the fitting and I had to use the larger diameter tube but with the tube that came with the Rizoma Rear Sets due to the longer reach. Most likely they are the same Rubber tubes by Rizoma. I will keep an eye out on it for any leaks so far I have no problems. I wish the Rear Next Tank would have fit on the Pani without serious modification to the plastic bracket that holds the tank because I think it would look really nice.

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ScrapperX, Your fluid tanks look totally dialled-in. The red finish is awesome.

I went with a silver fluid tank on the 1199 as to match the ceramic polished exhaust, while the oil cap is black rizoma.

I went with a red slave fluid tank on the 1098 with a red rizoma oil cap.
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Old Dec 24th 2012, 07:26 AM   #12
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I just ordered these, thanks for the warning. Did you have any paint damage?
No paint damage.
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Old Dec 24th 2012, 07:29 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by kaido View Post
thanks for the heads up

Just little offtopic where did you get some carbon side panels?
By side panels I assume you mean the air ducts ? If so, the air ducts on the 1199 are Ducati Performance. These are available from your typical Ducati dealer.

The air ducts on the 1098 are Ducati Corse Factory Carbon Fiber, these I sourced from a dealer in the Netherlands. They are gloss, extremely high quality and tricky to get a hold of. They were factory on the 1098 R.
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how many feet of brembro tubing did you order? i like how that looks a lot. did you do the bottom as well where the small fluid tank is?
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You should not need more than 3 feet. I did not need to use the BREMBO tubing on the slave fluid tank.
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thanks buddy you have been a great help on this. i already contacted the dealer to let him know about this problem. i dont even want to have it so i will take care of it before the install.
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What clips did you use at ach end of the tubing? They look different to the OEM wire spring clip type that you normally see
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Hi. I know this has been covered, but I had a small weep on the brake reservoir and it leaked onto my TFT screen and it actually cracked it!!!!! WTF!!!!! Anyway, it is being replaced, but apparently the new instrument panel will be on Zero milage again and I will have to take it in at 1000 km's. Is that really the case? Is there no way around this?
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No way around. Just has to be.. :-( .. It sucks.
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