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This is the current Ducati collection for sale. All items are sold as is with no warranty implied or suggested. Prices are non-negotiable.

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1998 Ducati FO998
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1998 GSE Team Ducati FO98 - Troy Baliss

Corse factory Ducati British superbike. Race to championship by Troy Bayliss. Magnesium everything, carbon everything, full gp spec Ohlins.

Engine: 996 Corse
Chassis: Ducati Corse
Electronics: Corse
Special Modifications: Carbon Fiber HRC

Price (USD): $Sold
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Mileage: 0
Stock # 12
Type: Race


1988 Ducati 888 Kit bike

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1988 Ducati 888 Kit bike

Ducati 851 Strada Tricolore

Make Model: Ducati 851 Strada Tricolore

Year: 1988

Engine: Liquid cooled, four stroke, 90 twin cylinder, DOHC, desmodromic 4 valve per cylinder.

Capacity: 851

Bore x Stroke: 92 x 64 mm

Compression Ratio: 10.6:1

Induction: Weber electronic fuel injection. 2 50mm throttle bodies

Ignition / Starting: Inductive magnetically triggered / electric

Max Power: 119 hp 89 kW @ 10500 rpm

Max Torque: 7.26 kgf-m @ 7250 rpm

Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / chain

Front Suspension: Marzocchi Upside-down fork with rebound compression damping adjust.

Rear Suspension: Marzocchi mono shock with preload and damping adjust.

Front Brakes: 2x 280mm disc 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes: Single 260mm disc 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre: 120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre: 180/55 ZR17

Dry Weight: 165 kg

Fuel Capacity: 20 Litres

The first production Ducati desmoquattro was the 851 of 1988, with four-valve desmodromic cylinder heads, liquid cooling and weber marelli electronic fuel injection. only a small number of tri-colore 851’s were produced during 1988, with approx. 54 designated for the us. the 851 superbike kit was the homologation model for world superbike racing and approx 20 came to the us. the tubular steel frame was derived from the f1 with an aluminum swing arm and a rising rate linkage rear suspension. the wheels on the 851 superbike kit are 17 inch racing magnesium. these bikes came with an electric start, headlight and taillight. the brakes are full floating brembo.

Differences between Strada and Superbike kit

851 Superbikes Kit version

Braced swingarm

Close ratio gearbox

Open dry clutch cover and factory race clutch

17 inch magnessium Marvic light wieght wheels ( slicks supplied )

Race cam shafts

Race ecu

Faring cut out on the left hand panel for air ram duct

Reverse cone race mufflers

Tacho and temp guages only

Plastic shield on the head light for endurance racing at night

One thing that was a tell tail sign of it being a Kit was a round ring on the seat which only the 1st 200 bikes had , it was a fault in the mould for the seat by the manufacturer.

There was only 207 units hand built of this bike and they are basically a factory race bike with a output of 120hp and not actually road legal in this trim.

851 Superbike Strada

16 inch marvic and akront composite wheels

Street ratio gear box

Street cams

Unbraced swing arm

Closed clutch cover

Full dash with speedo

Road legal mufflers

This bike is in great shape and just waiting to be added to your collection

Engine: 888
Chassis: ducati
Electronics: Maranelli
Special Modifications: fiberglass/kit ducati

Price (USD): $35000

Mileage: 0
Stock # 33
Type: Street


2006 Ducati  749R

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2006 Ducati 749R

Here is a sublime little pocket rocket from the land of pasta and vino. This is a 749R. First off let me tell you that this is the best handling v twin to come out of the Treblanc design era. I had a 999R and it handled like shit. No matter what adjustments we made that pile never would finish a corner properly. This 749R is a completely different animal. It carves corners with such precision and finishes the job with a high raving blast down the next straight. Where other big bore twins leave you searching for traction and tying themselves in nots, this rare jewel just puts everything in its heart right to the ground. You can ride it at 10 10ths on the road and not fear being launched into orbit. Don’t mistake this banter for me making this machine sound slow. It is a absolute rocket that demands a high caliper rider to extract every ounce of performance. But when you get it right.....well there is a place in the universe called Nirvana and i believe this is the bike that is given out to the good people that live there. Bad people get the 999R and hobble around on busted legs with hunch backs. This particular example has the best of everything through at it properly. The front calipers are off my 2014 RSV4R Factory, they clamp down on a set of 330mm Brake tech rotors all finished off with a radial Brembo 19/20 master cylinder. The already shout 749cc Testaretta 4 valve Desmo moto is complimented with a full race 60mm Termignoni Titanium exhaust. The motor has been dyne set up and is custom full mapped through the Power Commander PC5R. A radial billet Brembo clutch master cylinder replaces the chessy stock one. The stock bars have been replace with Cycle Cat risers that are extremely comfortable. I got this bike with 300 miles on it. I had sat for 7 years so I immediately had my good Ducati friends at ECS in NY do a belt service,oil change and fresh tires. This bike is a absolute blast to ride, its extremely rare and really devilers a exotic riding experience. Here’s a little more info about the bike and it history.

This uncompromising sports machine is only available in the single-seat version and is the perfect bike for all those who want to own a real middleweight racer. The Testastretta engine is more highly developed than ever before to maximise performance and minimise weight. Chassis components have obviously been selected for maximum competitiveness on the track, and special materials like magnesium, carbon fibre, and titanium abound to make the 749R unbeatably light and mean.

The R’s engine has been specially developed for efficiency on the track. It develops 121 hp at 10,500 rpm and 8.6 kgm of torque at 8,250 rpm

This uncompromising sports machine is only available in the single-seat version and is the perfect bike for all those who want to own a real middleweight racer. The Testastretta engine is more highly developed than ever before to maximise performance and minimise weight. Chassis components have obviously been selected for maximum competitiveness on the track, and special materials like magnesium, carbon fibre, and titanium abound to make the 749R unbeatably light and mean.

The R’s engine has been specially developed for efficiency on the track. It develops 121 hp at 10,500 rpm and 8.6 kgm of torque at 8,250 rpm.

By applying the knowledge gained on the racetrack, Ducati engineers have created our highest performance middleweight Superbike ever, with fully adjustable suspension, box-section aluminum alloy swingarm, and steering damper. The 749 is as at home on the road as it is on the track and is designed to offer an exciting, safe ride whatever the road conditions. A sleek riding position blends man and machine perfectly.

At 108 hp, the Testastretta provides lightning acceleration out of corners and incredibly smooth power delivery without putting stress on the chassis set-up. Excellent torque (8.2 kgm at 8500 rpm), even at very low rpms, guarantees superb performance while making the motorcycle easy to handle in heavy traffic.

The 749R is driven by a mighty twin-cylinder Testastretta engine created especially for racing. The 121 hp at 10,500 rpm has been achieved through full race tuning, and shortening the piston stroke while increasing the bore to 94 mm, up from the 90 mm of the 749 and 749s, thus enabling the engine to run at higher rpm. The slipper clutch is also racing derived and prevents the rear wheel from locking during track style downshifting and heavy engine deceleration.

This Testastretta twin-cylinder engine has been created using the best materials: titanium valves, valve retaining collets and connecting rods, magnesium head covers and carbon fibre belt covers that feature a ventilation system to enhance belt cooling. The feather-weight crankshaft and high resistance aluminium alloy pistons complete the array of top notch components.

One of the unique features of this model is the rear suspension linkage, with flat rising rate as used on competition Ducatis, that is suited to extreme track use and a single-seat set up. The lower rising rate produces linear performance throughout the stroke with less rigidity at high ranges, typical of high-speed cornering experienced on the track. The suspension works in partnership with a fully adjustable Ohlins rear shock absorber, with a shorter stroke than in the standard version (down from 71 to 56 mm) and with a heavier spring, designed especially for this motorcycle and its unique rear suspension.

This model is exclusively available as a single-seater and is finished off with a numbered silver plate on the top yoke.

Features: 749R

Just a glance is enough to recognise a no-holds-barred solo machine, designed expressly for use on the racetrack at the highest level of competition. The engine hails from the Testastretta series, while the solutions adopted for the chassis equipment are among the most EVOlved and extreme in the world of Superbikes, meeting with the approval of the most discerning racers. The 749R is built making ample use of prestigious materials such as magnesium and titanium to achieve the lowest possible overall weight.

Style

Original and totally aggressive, like all Ducati Superbikes, the 749R adds a numbered silver plaque on the top fork crown, making each machine absolutely unique. But apart from all the sheer guts it delivers on the racetrack, the most sports-oriented of the 749 machines is produced to ride on the street too, complete with mirrors with integral turn indicators. Apart from their elegant styling, these unique turn signals have the advantage of being quickly removable when the bike is being prepared for a race.

Chassis

In order to enable the best possible control of the performance available from the powerful Testastretta twin, each chassis element of the 749R was selected and tested with the aim of offering the maximum performance in competition conditions. That’s why, alongside the elements shared by all bikes in the range, notably the trellis frame with adjustable steering head rake, there are several other details that have come straight from the race department. The box-section aluminium swingarm is structurally very similar to the unit installed on the 999s ridden by Toseland, Laconi and Lanzi or the Supersport raced by Nannelli, with clear benefits in terms of weight and stiffness. The swingarm is combined with a chain tension adjuster that uses sliders instead of cams, thereby avoiding the undesired effect of changing the height of the rear end of the machine and consequently the set-up when making adjustments to the final drive. The similarities of the rear suspension with the official race 999s continue with the shock linkage with flat progression, absolutely ideal to obtain the stiffness needed to obtain the necessary precision when riding at race speeds. The performance of the rear end is aided by the ??hlins shock, with fully adjustable hydraulic damping and equipped with a dedicated spring and more limited travel: 56 millimetres compared to the 71 millimetres of the other versions. Like the rear monoshock, also the fork is an upside-down configuration, with 43 mm sliders and, like all front suspensions installed by Ducati on its top-level machines, the sliders are TiN coated to ensure extremely low friction. Like the rear shock, the fork is fully adjustable and equipped with a special bottom lug for radial attachment of the brake callipers. These components were clearly designed for race applications, as were the brake system and wheels. The brakes feature 4.5 mm thick rotors and radial callipers with four pistons and the same number of pads, while the lightweight alloy wheels are Brembo/Marchesini units with five Y-spokes in forged and machined aluminium, offering a weight saving of 3.2 kg compared to a pair of conventional wheels, without sacrificing rigidity.

This bike is currently stored in my climate controlled museum and ready for a new owner to ride off into the sunset with a smile.

Engine: Ducati Testaretta 4 Valve
Chassis: Corse Racing Ducati
Electronics: PC5R
Special Modifications: Stock carbon fiber and reinforced plastic

Price (USD): $18000

Mileage: 650
Stock # 61
Type: Street


2003 Ducati  998s Bostrom

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2003 Corse Ducati Ducati 998s Bostrom - Beb bostrom

This 2003 998s is #108 of 155 produced by Ducat to celebrate Ben Bostroms superbike championship. It is essentially a 998s with a VERY patriotic paint scheme. I t has beautiful Ohlins suspension front and rear and Marchasini magnesium wheels. Some other extras on this particular bike include a full titanium Termignoni exhaust with carbon cans, a Ducati Corse ECU, some really trick NCR rear sets and a bunch of carbon accessories. The bike came to me form a collector in NJ with 2200 miles on it. I put on another 2000 and it performed flawlessly. What a great example of the icons 916 range. I just had a full service performed including belts,fluid flush, and fork seals by the Ducati specialists at ECS. When ever this bike goes out it turns heads. It is in perfect condition and will make a nice addition to any Ducati collection.

Engine: 998 Testretta Desmo
Chassis: Ducati trellis
Electronics: Corse ECU
Special Modifications: Stock Bostrom limited edition

Price (USD): $18000

Mileage: 4000
Stock # 66
Type: Street


2011 Ducati 1198
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2011 Ducati 1198

Chassis:

Adjustable offset Billet Clamps

SBK aluminum subframe

1pr Marchesini Forged Magnesium 16.5 wheels (titanium color) with 2 brand new sets of pirelli SBK SC1 and SC2 slicks

Factory RS rearsets w/ carbon heal

Suspension:

WSBK Factory F11 swingarm

Ohlins FGRT Front Forks

Light weight titanium front axle w/ titanium nuts/bolts

Renthal clip ons

Ohlins Damper w/ SBK piston kit

Ohlins DU713 WSBK factory shock

Factory RS Billet Flat link

Factory RS Ride Height Adjuster

Engine:

Race SBK engine 0 miles

Nemesis 2 ECU dyno tuned mapping

SP electronics quick shifter

SBK high temp silicone hose kit

SBK high flow air filter

Factory RS race throttle

Factory RS slipper clutch w/ sintered plates

Factory RS clutch line

28mm Slave cylinder

72mm Full Titanium Akrapovic Exahust System w/ Carbon Cans

Adam quick change carrier w/ Afam drive sprockets and DID ERV3 (520)

SBK control switches (mode/ on off start)

Starlane GPS Lap Timer

Braking

Brembo M4 calipers with ZO4 pads

Ti caliper bolts

Brembo 320mm Full Floating T drive rotors

Ti rotor bolts

Factory RS front brake line with Quick disconnects

Brembo RCS brake master w/remote adjust

Brembo RCS clutch master

Body

1 custom painted RS body work w/ full carbon belly (RS windscreen)

Carbon kevlar race fuel tank w/ external vent rapid release cap and anti slosh foam

CF solo tail

CF RS tail bump

CF RS clutch cover

CF RS heel guards

CF heat shield

CF front fender

over sized air tubes

CF ignition coverw/ toggle on off switch

CF v-pc oil cooler shroud with stainless mesh

CF undertank pcs (1 spare)

CF RS short fender for RS swingarm

CF RS chain guard

CF kevlar lined CF case guard

CF tank guard

CF RS corner rash guards

DOMINO SBK grips

Full DZUS

Alcantara race seat

Engine: Motion Superbikes 0 Mile SBK Motor
Chassis: SBK Sub Frame, 16.5 Marchesini's, Adjustable Triple, Ohlins
Electronics: Nemesis 2 ECU dyno tuned mapping
Special Modifications: Custom painted RS body work w/ full carbon belly (RS windscreen)

Price (USD): $25,000
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Mileage: 0
Stock # 109
Type: