This is my very rare Ducati 996R. Only 40 where delivered here in Australia, and only 400 where built to meet the Homologation rules for the 2001 WBSK season that Troy Baylis and Ruben Xaus competed in. This bike was originally from Germany, and was imported into Australia buy a Dealer in Melbourne. Im the first owner in Australia. Iv had Ducati Italia (have email paperwork) confirm that its a genuine 996R and had 1 owner from new before exported. The bike has heaps of carbon fibre. All standard carbon fibre and extras. When I got the bike it had no service history with the bike. So I have dune all work needed to it to make sure it was all good to go. What has been dune to the bike thus far: 1.Cam Belts. 2.Valve adjustments, New harder shims put into the bike (both cylinders) have paperwork of what size shims went in, and images of the process. 3.New fork seals and dust covers. 4.Fuel filter. 5.Air filter. 6.Fuel pump. 7.Tapered steering bearings on the front end. 8.Upgraded the fuel Quick Disconnect fuel connectors and lines. 9.New chain and sprockets. 10.New fluids all round. 11.New battery. 12.Spark plugs 13.New STM slipper clutch basket, plates and steels When I got the bike, I striped all the fairing off and noticed that it has been over on its left side. Only damage is the carbon fiber. It had been fixed. Not a bad job considering the carbon fiber are not replacable. I dont think it went down hard as its a small fix, So i think it just fell over. The risk I took buying the bike. The rear tail unit also had a scrtch while in transit. I had that fixed and had all the fairings relaquered. Nose cone, left and right fairings, air box, belly pan and rear tail unit. I do have the standard exhaust for it as well if you need it RWC. So the bike is in mint condition and has allot dune to it. No low ball offers please. And no test rides unless you have the full amount $ in your hand. No RWC on it but can do it but it depends on how much i'm offered.
Professionally maintained, always garaged, excellent condition.
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