New Member from Yorkshire, UK

discussions specific to the 906 Paso
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Tigerman
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Joined: Thu May 28, 2020 5:37 am
model: 906 Paso
year: 1990
Location: UK

New Member from Yorkshire, UK

Post by Tigerman »

Hi everybody - glad to be here and hopefully get some guidance on how to keep my 906 roadworthy and working!! :) :) :thumbup:
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There are no crap bikes - but some riders may be a bit iffy! :) :)
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Duc906
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model: 906 Paso
year: 1989
Location: Australia

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Welcome. There’s plenty of info here and most issues covered.
Kmamac
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model: 906 Paso
year: 1990
Location: UK

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Hi Tiger man. Nice 906. I especially like the floating discs. Any idea where they are from? I love my 906 as I find the suspension modern enough(just!J and the riding position nice and comfortable. The power available is nearly enough which Means I can give it a complete thrashing and make a LOT of lovely noise without going at warp factor 7 and nearly killing myself which is what happens to me on the more modern stuff. I am however, Not so happy with the wooden old school brembos. I have put later 4 pots and floaters on the pantah and it stops on a sixpence. Maybe a job for the winter as I’m still messing around with the replacement jetting on the mikuni s I have fitted.
Enjoy your paso!
Best regards keith MM
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Frank.61
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model: 750 Paso
year: 1989
Location: Belgium

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Post by Frank.61 »

Hi Tigerman,

Wow, she looks really good! :thumbup:
Tell us more about it, how long has she been in your possession and how much miles/kilometers has the Paso ridden?
It looks like your Paso has been restored (front fork bolts, brake discs etc. look like new). :rimshot:
More photos are always welcome. :beer:
Does the paso still have the original weber?

Welcome again and have fun.

Frank
Bimota SB4-S - 1984
Ducati Paso 750 - 1989
Suzuki SV1000S - 2008
Ducati Monster 796 abs - 2010
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