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'04 Duc 749S Breil Replica - Lower Price: $8K!!!

2004 ducati 749s breil replica

- $8,000 obo
- approximately 2,500 miles
- custom painted black with breil graphics - i'd say 7/10 on the paint
- evoluzione fender eliminator
- mad duc clutch basket & spring caps
- spyder grips
- registration JUST renewed

- theft recovery salvage, so the "damage" was only VERY minor scuffs to the bodywork that were sanded and painted over. i have pics of the original "damage." runs/rides FANTASTIC!
- this bike will cost you $15K+ OTD at a stealership, own the dream for much, much less.
- selling because i have too many toys. i've only put 100 miles on this bike in the last 6 months. was inspected by del amo motorsports.
- local pickup only, payment to be in the form of a cashier's check.

for actual pics, clicky: http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow.jsp?Uc=17wyzk8b.79a2sua7&Uy=-sp04x5&Upost_signin=Slideshow.jsp%3Fmode%3Dfromshare&Ux=0&mode=fromshare&conn_speed=1

the attached pic is the real factory racebike.

 

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specs:

CHASSIS
Frame Tubular steel trellis
Wheelbase 1420 mm / 55.9 in
Rake 23.5° - 24.5°
Front suspension Showa 43 mm upside-down fully adjustable fork with TiN surface treatment
Front wheel travel 125 mm / 4.9 in
Front brake 2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, 4-piston 4-pad caliper
Front wheel Y-shaped 5-spoke light alloy 3.50 x 17
Front tyre 120/70 ZR 17
Rear suspension Progressive linkage with fully adjustable Showa monoshock
Rear wheel travel 128 mm / 5 in
Rear brake 240 mm disc, 2-piston caliper
Rear wheel Y-shaped 5-spoke light alloy 5.50 x 17
Rear tyre 180/55 ZR 17
Fuel tank capacity 15.5 L / 4.1 US gal (includes 3 L / 0.8 US gal reserve)
Weight * 186 kg / 410 lbs
Seat height 780 mm / 30.7 in
Instruments Speedometer, rev counter, high beam indicator, turn signals, oil pressure warning light, low fuel warning light, neutral light, water temperature, immobilizer system

* = The weight excludes battery, lubricants and, where applicable, cooling liquid.
ENGINE
Type L-twin cylinder, 4 valves per cylinder Testastretta Desmodromic; liquid cooled
Displacement 748 cc
Bore x Stroke 90 x 58.8 mm
Compression Ratio 12.3:1
Power* 85.4 kw - 116 hp @ 10500 rpm
Torque* 8.4 kgm (60.8 lb-ft) @ 8500 rpm
Fuel injection Marelli electronic fuel injection, 54 mm throttle body
Exhaust Single steel muffler with catalytic converter
Emissions Euro2
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox 6 speed
Ratios 1st 37/15, 2nd 30/17, 3rd 28/20, 4th 26/22, 5th 24/23, 6th 23/24
Primary drive Straight cut gears; ratio 1.84
Final drive Chain; Front sprocket 14; Rear sprocket 38
Clutch Dry multiplate with hydraulic control
 

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Nemesis said:
Dang you Simon!!!! Very tempting...you firm on the price?
lol. come over to the dark, sexy, italian side, young nemesis. :biggrin:

the price is OBO, but i just put it on the market today, and i haven't even put any real pics up yet. i'll take some tomorrow.

i've gotta dig the thing out of the back of my garage, blow the dust off, and take some pics in the sunshine.
 

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Simonster said:
bumpdiggity with linky to pics in original post now.
TEASE PIC :love10:
dayum...
thats sexy.
id buy a duc if i found one for the right price man. i swear.
hows that thing compare to the 600RR on engine performance, and stuff?

they totalled it for those little scratches. are you kididng me. must be an expensive azz mirror.

I need to ride a Duc man, se eif ill instantly be in love and say bye bye to Hondas, cause i really dont need to go that fast, besides i spank all them fools onthe twisties anyway.
 

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lol. thanks for putting the teaser pic in, moe.

snik, yeah, there were little scratches on several of the panels, the bar ends, levers, etc., and the missing mirror. if the adjuster were looking to replace those pieces with stealership items, it would have easily been $8K+. a full set of bodywork alone is $7K!

but wow the scratches were minor. i had worse damage tipping over my R6 in a parking lot!
 

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Simonster said:
lol. thanks for putting the teaser pic in, moe.

snik, yeah, there were little scratches on several of the panels, the bar ends, levers, etc., and the missing mirror. if the adjuster were looking to replace those pieces with stealership items, it would have easily been $8K+. a full set of bodywork alone is $7K!

but wow the scratches were minor. i had worse damage tipping over my R6 in a parking lot!
hows it compare.
i see so many of u jumping boat toitalian moto, and im wondering how the hell can u give up the RR, so im curious, i think im gonna go test ride one when iget back off deployment.
 

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feels gruntier in the twisties w/ the torque. i've never tracked this one, so dunno how it will be on the top end on a long straight. i prefer the power delivery to the RR, actually. harder to ride than a jap inline 4. takes more commitment in turns, but ultimately rewards you more. hard to explain.

sounds awesome, and has so many sick bits on it stock (damper, brembos, TiN shocks, marchesini wheels, lap timer, voltmeter, security, multi-position rearsets/seat/tank, etc.etc.etc.).

most importantly, chicks diggit much more than my RR, which is really reason enough to love it. :) even when you don't have it, you can wear ducati clothing around and not be a poser. chicks dig ducati clothing almost as much as the bike itself.
 

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really, is that right.
the only V twins ive really heard a lot are TL's and SV's and Harleys of course, ive never really ridden with a Duc, but they sound so sweet apart from that nasty rattling sound they all make.
is there any way to get rid of that
 

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lol. no way to get rid of the rattle. it's a dry clutch, altough most ducati riders like me put an open basket clutch cover on (no fluid, so that works). that makes it much louder. if you put the stock cover back on, it's MUCH quieter.

i like it. it's coooooooool!
 

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hmm, im searching for some locally right now, lemme see what i can pull off, a 900 would be game over tho. I cant drop that kind of loot on a bike tho man(new duc), not while im doing this job. lol, My fiance would kill me.
 

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wow you did a lot of work to turn her to the replica but she looks good (from the crappy pics) better than the yellow
 

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damn theyre expensive. screw that.
 

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Simonster said:
lol. thanks for putting the teaser pic in, moe.
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bro its my pleasure i love that bike i wish i was closer and with cash
 
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