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    Rondine RRV1 -

    this bike is f'n cool..... but cost too much... only a race version to be avail. for over 60,000 US with a dumbed-down street version to be avail. later (no price yet)!!

    Ducati DS 1000 motor and all the other nice bits......
    Motor: 4t, bicylindrical to L, piston displacement 944cc. raffreddamanto to liquid

    System of drainage: Titanium and inox

    Chassis and forcellone: Aluminum alloy, gains to you from the full load and glue to you with adesivo structural

    Tank: Posizionato under the motor with inner sponge ability 12 l.

    Interasse: 1.390mm.

    Inclination cannotto of steering: 23 adjustable

    Suspensions: Staple ant. steles from 43mm with slabs in ergal obtained from the full load, race 120mm; monoshock-absorber post..con progressive leveraggi, race wheel 120mm

    Brakes: Front double radial Brembo disc from 320mm, pliers with gained attack in ergal from the full load; posterior Brembo from 220m

    Circles: Marchesini in forged aluminum: ant.3.50x17, post. 5.50x17

    Tires: Ant.120/70x17; post. 180/55x17

    Superstructures: in carbonio/kevlar

    Weight: 133Kg

    Price: 52,500 Euro + Vat


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    She's been SOLD.... 2/2/08

    Gap Mod, N2Wheelies undertray, back to the Stock can's , fan-switch, Bitubo shock, Chewy's spacers, Riflemans 1/5 turn throttle, TLR front Fender, TRE, Ziggy999's RHA, RaceTech .90kg fork springs, Vandriver's Clear clutch cover, TLR 6 pot front brakes, TLR front brake master cyl., Fabritech number panels, Vandriver's Gold Clutch Spring Retainers,

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    is that shock inverted? that's a pretty mean track bike...steep price though.

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    i think it is designed that way.....

    She's been SOLD.... 2/2/08

    Gap Mod, N2Wheelies undertray, back to the Stock can's , fan-switch, Bitubo shock, Chewy's spacers, Riflemans 1/5 turn throttle, TLR front Fender, TRE, Ziggy999's RHA, RaceTech .90kg fork springs, Vandriver's Clear clutch cover, TLR 6 pot front brakes, TLR front brake master cyl., Fabritech number panels, Vandriver's Gold Clutch Spring Retainers,

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    I think the fuel resevior is located under the engine too, for better COG......
    She's been SOLD.... 2/2/08

    Gap Mod, N2Wheelies undertray, back to the Stock can's , fan-switch, Bitubo shock, Chewy's spacers, Riflemans 1/5 turn throttle, TLR front Fender, TRE, Ziggy999's RHA, RaceTech .90kg fork springs, Vandriver's Clear clutch cover, TLR 6 pot front brakes, TLR front brake master cyl., Fabritech number panels, Vandriver's Gold Clutch Spring Retainers,

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    That is one serious 2-valve. I know the 2-valve duc motors are nice, but somehow it just doesn't seem to fit - classic old tech motor in that spiffy bike. Seems a 999 mill would be more fitting I guess they wanted to be supersport legal
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    i agree... throw a Rotax v-twin or even a TLR motor and "watch out"!!
    She's been SOLD.... 2/2/08

    Gap Mod, N2Wheelies undertray, back to the Stock can's , fan-switch, Bitubo shock, Chewy's spacers, Riflemans 1/5 turn throttle, TLR front Fender, TRE, Ziggy999's RHA, RaceTech .90kg fork springs, Vandriver's Clear clutch cover, TLR 6 pot front brakes, TLR front brake master cyl., Fabritech number panels, Vandriver's Gold Clutch Spring Retainers,

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    DAMN! Looks like 90% of the bikes big parts are machined from some seriously big chunks of billet! I guess it does cost $60K, hell they HAD to use the old Duc motor just to keep the cost under $70K. Sweet bike though.
    David

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    It is supersport legal though right? (i.e. would race against R6's, ZX-6rr, CBR600, buell's etc).
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    9k mile summer ride report [summer '08]

    Ride report: Oshkosh, Rockies, UT, NV, CA, Bajal [summer '09]

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