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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-10-2010, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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This Thing IS SICK!!!!! - Ducati NCR M16

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-10-2010, 09:30 PM
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is it me or is the engine further back thhan normal
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This looks like the kind of bike T2 would have ridden from the future to find John Connor . . . .

wow!
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id prefer a regular desmo with some added carbon, vs a hacked up one with carbon parts.


nice concept however.
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Ditch the nose or add a belly. Something is out of proportion.

I'd ride the crap out of it though.

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is it me or is the engine further back thhan normal
I think it's the fact that there is no frame. It gives the illusion of the motor sitting further back.

Either way I want.

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I think it's the fact that there is no frame. It gives the illusion of the motor sitting further back.

Either way I want.
maybe... still looks more mid though; weird
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Might want to throw a radiator on there, maybe.
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I'm a little confused about this bike. I thought the Desmo had a trellis frame and was sporting some nice Ohlins suspension and a different swingarm. If they are making a carbon fiber frame and swingarm, new tank and adding current GP suspension, why start with a Desmo. Why not just get the motor and build it frome scratch?

Is it because they are a tuner and not a manufacturer? Couldn't sell them without a VIN#?
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Might want to throw a radiator on there, maybe.
looks like it already has one to me
just not very big
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Ditch the nose or add a belly. Something is out of proportion.

I'd ride the crap out of it though.
I agree, maybe the rake on the forks, it looks like the wheelbase is too long or something.

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post #18 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-11-2010, 10:05 AM
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looks like it already has one to me
just not very big
Maybe one, but I think the Desmo has like 3. One might be an oil cooler. And since they are bumping the power by a decent amount, less cooling doesn't really seem like a good idea.

If you look at pics of a naked Desmo, the engine looks like it is in the same position. Just has a bunch of radiators in front of it.

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