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How to build a proper Ducati

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meh
You are giving it too much credit.

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They also ruined an 848.......................


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I kind of dig the 1000rr.



Mainly, I like that rear wheel.

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some bikes are for more of a showpiece that performance, so in that respect its alright.

swingarm on the duc is about 1' too long (TWSS!)

also dig the 1000rr
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They also ruined an 848.......................


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That brake setup is CRAZY!

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You can count on these guys to ruin any bike .

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