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To DUC748,

DUC, this is the new Ducati of my German Ladyfriend. The clutch cover is one she had on her SPO before.
It was made by a company on her request.
I believe it's exactly what you're looking for....

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Yep, that's true..
I had one on my Superlight. It was modelled after the one of the 888.
I believe there's also one like this but then kind of cut in half. The front is completely open but it has the same holes and slits...
btw, where did he find it?
I've seen the ones from Ducati Perfomance but they're way too expensive!

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DUC, this is the new Ducati of my German Ladyfriend.

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You found my old girlfriend? /images/icons/wink.gif

Yup, the covers are on order (still) but thanks for looking out for my Pimmie. /images/icons/smile.gif

 

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Yeah I found her! She rides a Ducati too!
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You'd wish! Nope this is MY German friend! LOL!

I'm still looking though....

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Hehe, just thought I'd ask. /images/icons/smile.gif I wish I knew some ladies that rode 998s!

I shot an email to MCC Motorsports asking for an ETA on the clutch covers. Hopefully he gets back to me today.

 

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lol @ D_D. I was gonna say somethin' about that too!! heh /images/icons/smile.gif So, Pimmie, does she know she's got sunflowers growing out of her fairing?? You know those Germans ... always sticking flowers everywhere. For instance, the Volkswagen Beetle. /images/icons/wink.gif

 

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Look at this picture and look outside...
The bike was standing inside for so long it started to attract something other than dust!

As for the stand...
It's a steel rod through the rear axle with supports on both sides!

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