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Hello Wingman,
Do you have any new/updated pics of your Titan Gray 748? I'm thinking about getting a 748 in the "near" future. I was considering a yellow one but after seeing the new color scheme on Ducati's website then the pics you uploaded a while back.... hmm... lets just say that the Titan Gray with red wheels is really starting to win me over.
Wanna help me out with my decision? Thanks man.
 

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I really like the new Ti 748, very nice. I wonder if the local shop still has the one they did 4 weeks ago. I'll find out tonight.

The yellow is very nice, obviously /images/icons/wink.gif, but it gets dirty really fast. You need to wipe the bike down after every ride if you want to keep it pristine. The brake dust is killer!

 

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Unfortunately, due to my job, in recent months I haven't had an opportunity to take any new pics -- particularly not pics of me outside actually riding it. The good thing is, it's safely tucked away nice and warm inside my house. See ...

http://www.fastclan.com/~temetnosce/01300009.JPG
http://www.fastclan.com/~temetnosce/01300005.JPG
http://www.fastclan.com/~temetnosce/01300002.JPG
http://www.fastclan.com/~temetnosce/01300003.JPG

As for the color, I'm sure you'd love it. I knew I was going to get this bike months before it was even announced as coming to the States (the east coast Ducati rep leaked to me the info of a "Senna" colored 748S coming for 2002). Just based on the Senna color scheme, I was sold. The first time I saw the color in person, was when it was being uncrated. /images/icons/smile.gif I was NOT disappointed. I love it!

 

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Hehe... seems like you piled everything on to one side of the garage to make space for the Duc.
Thanks for the pics. Post some outdoor pics or "action" shots when you get the chance.
And yeah, the color scheme is great. I'm sold too...
 

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Is that part of a tie-down still affixed to your frame above the rear brake? Just curious. You are right, you really haven't gotten out much to ride her. Hopefully you can ride the bike over and pick up your clutch cover when it arrives. Hell, just put it on at my place and enjoy it on the way home. /images/icons/wink.gif

 

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Good eyes, John. That is, in fact, a framesaver you see above my footpeg. I wouldn't dare let a metal hook touch my frame. /images/icons/smile.gif

 
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