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    Lets say "hudo" (not his real name) owned a 05 999.
    "Hudo" really like his 999 but also likes the 1098 but decides that he prefers his 999 but likes the twin pipes of the old 996 998 and new 1098.
    looking at the pics of the 1098 it seems like it may be possible to fit them straight into a 999 with minimal mods?.
    that is the question.
    Sis pacis. Instruo pro bellum.

  • #2
    i doubt it
    If cleanliness is next to godliness, why was jesus a dirty sandal-wearing beardo?

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    • #3
      Search all the Ducati forums...if it can be done they will know...

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      • #4
        thats what i thought but if you look at pics it appears angle spacing and distance all are similar
        Sis pacis. Instruo pro bellum.

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        • #5
          hasnt that what that german bloke did in that message Hewie posted?

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          • #6
            Umm im a not know cant find it anywhere searched twice?
            Sis pacis. Instruo pro bellum.

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            • #7
              here is

              Ive been watching this guy yadda yadda, in this MI section, bottom of the page

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              • #8
                I've seen some brand of muffler for 999 which was two pipes ala 916/1098. From memory it was in the UK and they may advertize in Superbike magazine. It looked really dumb, to be honest. Like a real bitza. One of those "MotoGP" fairing conversions with one light in the nose would have just topped it off. There's 999 exhausts out there which look good - Silmoto looks good and less bulky than the DP. Akropovic have one which looks okay too.
                Click here to see my Ducati 999R in the PSB garage... You'll love it!

                Don't click here to see my ZX9R aka The Ginger Ninja... there's no link!

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                • #9
                  Hey Rod

                  Let me know if you see any 750 Laverda Carenata over east, I would nt mind getting one, I see A1 in Melb has a 688cc jobbie, but I'd prefer a 750cc

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                  • #10
                    That would be a good look. Post up a pic if you find one.

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                    • #11
                      there are some kits available for this style exhaust conversion....casolimoto used to have a few types,(im not sure of their url anymore, google it)...and motowheels have a few types aswell...Welcome to Moto Wheels.com....
                      If your looking for a set of standard 1098 cans to try out/modify/make fit, i can help you out there.....

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                      • #12
                        FOund em at casoli uk

                        hmm you guys may be right... kinda bitsa looking
                        Sis pacis. Instruo pro bellum.

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                        • #13
                          Righto next question ?
                          I have to fit a new chip to the 999.
                          pipe and filter is done already and i also have to replace the battery carrier.
                          Will I need to get the bike re-tuned?
                          Will it be difficult to change the chips or just a one for one?
                          and if i do it myself is it a waste of time as they will need to get in under the battery case anyways to retune?
                          Sis pacis. Instruo pro bellum.

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                          • #14
                            Don't you have to buy the whole computer for those? There's no replaceable chip and I think you can't program them either. Fuel Injected Motorcycles have a programmable U59 (computer) for $1100 (link) If there's no preprogramming for whatever exhaust/intake combo you have, you'd have to get it tuned.
                            Click here to see my Ducati 999R in the PSB garage... You'll love it!

                            Don't click here to see my ZX9R aka The Ginger Ninja... there's no link!

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                            • #15
                              why don't yer just buy a 996/1098
                              Better yet...998FE

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