|12-15-2014, 11:10 AM||#16|
Joined: Aug 2007
Location: Lowville, NY
Selling my Ducati
Fantastic 2005 Ducati ST3 purchased from the original owner. Bike has saddlebags and racks, Ducati Performance Carbon Fiber mufflers, open top airbox, free flowing filter and ECU installed from new when the original owner purchased the bike in 2005. These parts are unobtainium as you know. Comes with all stock parts - pipes, airbox, ECU, emissions canister and mount, hoses, etc. The bike has 5505 original miles on it and still wears the original tires which are in very good condition.
Never down, no stories, clear title and all purchase paperwork, owners manuals, parts manuals, accessory manuals as new. Complete tool kit, oem lock under the seat is present and accounted for, two black keys and red key and code card. Every service from day one was dealer performed and the bike comes with receipts for everything...except for the 6000 mile service which WAS completed but there is no paperwork for that because...the dealer messed up the cam timing when he put it back together and bent the rear cylinder exhaust valve. The bike now has a NEW exhaust valve and was fixed by an experienced Ducati technician - me. The belts are new, the valve clearances on both cylinders are spot on and I have notes showing these clearances. I also have photographs detailing the before condition, videos and pictures of the work performed, receipts for parts, etc. It was well documented and done in real time on Ducati.MS.
She runs fantastic again! Sadly, because it's winter here in Upstate New York I have not had a chance to ride her. She currently resides in my living room - it's that nice!
This bike is a time machine. It was fun to work on because it's like working on a brand new bike: no corroded fasteners of previous owners mistakes or questionable modifications to straighten out. Flaws? Of course there are a couple, it IS ten years old and has been ridden...a little. Couple of minor scratches on a saddlebag and one small cosmetic fairing piece broken off in a spot down low and on the front of the right side lower fairing. I have the piece but unless you are road-kill, you'd never notice it. I'll try to post a pic of it. Still...fixable.
Gorgeous bike. I have lots of pictures I'd be happy to share with you. Please contact me and I'll hook you up with my SmugMug account pictures.
12/15 - I do not actually have the New York State title in hand yet...it's on it's way and should be in my hands in 3 to 4 weeks, approx.
2005.5 KTM 950 Adventure
2005 Ducati ST3
|12-15-2014, 12:15 PM||#17|
Joined: Oct 2006
Location: BRC \ NYC
Selling the FZ-6. Just need a cash infusion. Have it listed for a little over $4,300, ADV price is $3800 or best off.
Just shy of 10k miles. Bought it from a friend of mine who bought it new, I did all the maintenance on it since he bought it.
He slipped at like 5mph on some gravel and put a scratch in the fairing and a scrape on the clutch cover.
Will have to take better pictures.
It currently has a rear rack with GIVI plate and trunk (I'll be keeping that) but the metal rack remains on the bike.
Also currently has GIVI side racks with E21 cases. The smaller GIVI cases work nicely on the FZ
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