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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 7:56 am 
Thats a realy nice paso!!!
I was wundering how you did with the rear fender in carbon fiber. Did you make it yourself or did you buy it? If you make it yourself, how did you?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 8:15 am 
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Johan_Oden wrote:
Thats a realy nice paso!!!
I was wundering how you did with the rear fender in carbon fiber. Did you make it yourself or did you buy it? If you make it yourself, how did you?


I was asking first! :D

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Johan_Oden wrote:
Thats a realy nice paso!!!
I was wundering how you did with the rear fender in carbon fiber. Did you make it yourself or did you buy it? If you make it yourself, how did you?

I have drilled the swingarm to fit the rear fender.
The rear fender is for a Monster 900 adapted for Paso.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 2:14 pm 
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something more about 17" rims
It's very hard to ride on italian roads with 17" rims and wheels!
Italian policemen ALWAYS TAKE A LOOK to omologation measures on bike's document :mad: as they can't do nothing more when they stop you (they can't see the difference between an original silencer and a replacement on such an old bike!)
So when you ride with 17" rims you take a bet with your luck!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:09 pm 
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paso750 wrote:
Stefano,

cambio al inglese perche e meglio per tutti gi altri ;)

It would be nice if you could ask for the rear brake disc. I have found the front ones new some time ago, but for the rear I "only" have a flat floating disc. I guess I could use this one if I had an adaptor machined, but I would prefer a correct fitting one.
My programmable ignition, the cables, coils, flywheel and regulator are from Silent Hektik not that cheap but of high quality.
http://www.silenthektik.com/page41.html
The programmable ignition unit makes sense if you have a lot of engine modifications. If your engine is about stock the Pederzini units which are available from Ducati Performance are the cheaper choice for sure.
The programmable ignition even supports "twin spark", which I didn`t do as the additional performance is in no correlation with the risks of an engine damage if there`s a mistake in the setup.
How about your Keihins, do they have open filters or an airbox ?
I`m currently building the biggest Paso airbox you possibly can imagine :) The Mikuni TDMRs will go inside the airbox.


I have open filters Gherard.
The Kehins improve the power incredlibly!


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ducapaso wrote:
something more about 17" rims
It's very hard to ride on italian roads with 17" rims and wheels!
Italian policemen ALWAYS TAKE A LOOK to omologation measures on bike's document :mad: as they can't do nothing more when they stop you (they can't see the difference between an original silencer and a replacement on such an old bike!)
So when you ride with 17" rims you take a bet with your luck!!!


In Italy for the new omologation is necessary the Ducati authorization.
That they have denied to me.
I have read in a book of the Italian Bruno Deprato (suggested by Tamburini ) that the perfect wheels for Paso are on the rear 17" on the front 16" with tire 120/60/16.
When Tamburini designed the bike this material didn't exist.
:umm:


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It's bad news that you can't get Ducati authorisation, Stefano.

If your modifactions have been done well enough, maybe someone can 'pull a few strings' at Ducati for you. Are you a member of any club or group that can help? (How about it, Mike?)

I don't suppose the Bruno de Prato book was published in English, was it?


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Skins wrote:
It's bad news that you can't get Ducati authorisation, Stefano.

If your modifactions have been done well enough, maybe someone can 'pull a few strings' at Ducati for you. Are you a member of any club or group that can help? (How about it, Mike?)

I don't suppose the Bruno de Prato book was published in English, was it?

The book wasn't published in English.
I'm sorry


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 2:31 am 
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Stefano,

Who is the manufacturer of the carbon exhaust that you have on your Paso? Did you have to make any modifications to install them? They look great on your bike (I would like to try them on mine!)


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from the shape I would say these are modified cans from SHARK (for Monster or Supersport probably).
I have some of these in oval and they look anout the same.

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jfiore wrote:
Stefano,

Who is the manufacturer of the carbon exhaust that you have on your Paso? Did you have to make any modifications to install them? They look great on your bike (I would like to try them on mine!)

The manufacturer is Shark.
I had to modify the exhaust to install them on Paso.
I'll send you the photos as soon is possible.
Bye.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2005 9:24 pm 
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Hey all,
In regards to the rear fender. I did the same to my Paso. If you use the rear fender from a '03 M900 it comes with the chain guard. I was able to use one of the existing holes and tap another small one in the swing arm. I attached the front of the fender to the 3 screw holes that the rubber flap/engine protector was screwed to. It looks really sweet and you no longer have to constantly replce the rubber flap between the swingarm and the frame.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 9:52 am 
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I can't see the pictures in this item.
any idea why?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:25 am 
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Frank, it`s an 11 year old topic :-P Stefano had uploaded them somewhere and probably deleted them later.
However I still have the pictures.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:38 am 
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this is the alu tank that was made for him after attempts of making one in glassfibre (if I remember well) failed


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