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post #1 of 9 Old 11-11-2017, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 9 Old 11-11-2017, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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T rex frame / wheel sliders
Ducati Comfort seat
Zero Gravity Double bubble
Rizoma Rear sets
Moto D tank sliders
Pro Grip
Throttle spacer
Pirelli SC1
Race Fairings

On order: Blip Box Pro

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BST carbon fiber rims
yoyodyne slipper clutch
magnesium clutch cover
Nix30 Ohlins front internals
Ohlins TTX GP series 2 rear
Full Akrapovic titanium

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post #3 of 9 Old 11-11-2017, 10:46 PM
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Rotobox instead of the BST...

2014 Panigale 899 - Red
Termi Exhaust, Rotobox Wheels, NRC Fender Eliminator, Rizoma Rearsets and Reservoirs, Yoyodyne Slipper Clutch, Ducabike Clear Clutch Cover, CRG CF Levers, DP Fuel Cap, 'R' Seat Cover and Decal Kit
R&G Radiator Guard, Fork and Tank Sliders

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HP4 Wheels, Full Akrapovic titanium Exhaust, Bonamici Rearsets, Competition Werks Fender Eliminator and Integrated Tail Light,
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post #4 of 9 Old 11-13-2017, 01:17 PM
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Suggestion -

The stock 899 headers flow pretty well. When I built mine (early 2014) I had a friend build one at the same time. I used a full 1199 Termi and he used just the slip on. After mapping they made the same power.

Save a few bucks for yourself and just get the slip ons. You'll save a ton of weight and get 99% of the added performance. Use the extra money to get your light wheels.

For the record the stock wheels on the 899 are the heaviest I've encountered in a long time. Your biggest gain (of the mods listed above) will come from putting lighter wheels on.
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wow, nice!
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The stock 899 headers flow pretty well. When I built mine (early 2014) I had a friend build one at the same time. I used a full 1199 Termi and he used just the slip on. After mapping they made the same power.



Save a few bucks for yourself and just get the slip ons. You'll save a ton of weight and get 99% of the added performance. Use the extra money to get your light wheels.



For the record the stock wheels on the 899 are the heaviest I've encountered in a long time. Your biggest gain (of the mods listed above) will come from putting lighter wheels on.


Got it, thanks man


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Got it, thanks man


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How about an update?

I'll give you mine - just got a set of BST wheels....testing in a week!
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BST nice! any deals on them atm?

899 project - rapidbike evo/shift assist - M4 calipers/330 rotors - hel brake lines/abs deleted - oz racing - 1299 headers/termi ti cans - flat link/spring - dp rearsets - 1299 slipper/mag covers - 1299 stator/flywheel - ti bolts a plenty.
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