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Old 11-15-2012, 12:19 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Once again thanks for the great info! The wheels I was looking at were a 5 bolt pattern on the front but I am a little confused. Are you are saying that is can be for sure, I just may need caliper spacers and different rotors to get it to fit properly? I know I can leave the stock 696 wheel in the front, but I really want matching 10 spokes on it. I just don't want to sacrifice any braking functionally I currently have. Would it be better or easier to get what I want with a fork swap as well?

As for the exhaust, I already have the full Termi system with ECU/Filter but have been looking at a possible under the seat exhaust or Boomtubes. I really love the look of the emptiness under the seat especially with the SSSA and I have already been checking out the Rizoma and Ducabike rearsets
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Old 11-15-2012, 12:44 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Check your front wheel on the 696, I believe it has a 6 bolt pattern on it. If you switch to a five bolt you will need to change rotors and the reluctor ring for the speed sensor on the front wheel. I had just stated that if you wanted to do a simple brake upgrade from stock without changin your calipers you can probably pick up a good set of rotors off a 1*98/848 corse that are 330 mm diameter rather than your stock 320mm diameter. in order to put on bigger rotors your calipers would have to be spaced up 5mm whare they are attached to the forks. If the offset changes with the new wheels, the horizontal distance between the mounting side of the rotor to the braking surface of the rotor, due to the new wheels you will definetly have to change rotors because they don't make a spacer that fits under where the rotor mounts to the hub to correct for it.

If you do a fork swap, which is unnescesary at this point, it would simply be to get adjustability with the front suspension. The issue with fork swaps in the difference in the diameter of the tubes in the triple clamps between forks. If you find a set of stock forks and triples for an 1100(s/evo) you can install them as a set easily with all your existing brakes and everything else. I went the dificult route and got forks from an 848evo and speedymoto triples. With that set up, I had to get different rotors because the stock rotors lined up 5mm too far to center to line up with the slot in the calipers. I got a set of 999 front rotors because they have a 15mm offset rather than the 10mm offset the stock rotors came with. I also had to fabricate a mount for the headlight assembly because the speedymoto's are designed for the headlight mount of the previous gen monster.






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Old 11-15-2012, 01:00 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Ok, I just checked my 696 and it is a 6 bolt pattern. I am starting to catch on a bit. It sounds like I will be able to do the front, it may just take a some more research to get it right. I just didn't want to buy a set and only be able to use one. I will be concentrating on the swingarm and rear wheel anyways at first. I'll worry about the front after that.

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Old 11-15-2012, 02:29 PM   #14 (permalink)
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You can hit e bay for alot of the parts.
You can also use the wheels off a superbike as well. I beleive the axle is only larger on the carrier side and the wheels are interchangable from the 848,1*98, and the sssa monsters. any 1*98 wheel set with rotors and a reluctor ring from an abs bike would solve your issues quickly. The 1*98 rear wheel I beleive is also bigger and takes at 190 tire. you can lok it up on www.ducatiusa.com under models archive in the bikes section and it lists all the specs.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:56 PM   #15 (permalink)
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You can hit e bay for alot of the parts.
You can also use the wheels off a superbike as well. I beleive the axle is only larger on the carrier side and the wheels are interchangable from the 848,1*98, and the sssa monsters. any 1*98 wheel set with rotors and a reluctor ring from an abs bike would solve your issues quickly. The 1*98 rear wheel I beleive is also bigger and takes at 190 tire. you can lok it up on www.ducatiusa.com under models archive in the bikes section and it lists all the specs.
I can use a 1098/1198 Superbike rear wheel with an 1100 swingarm even know it .5 inches wider?
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Old 11-16-2012, 01:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Ordered a 1100 swingarm assembly today, complete with axle hub rotor sprocket, etc.

And so it begins
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:27 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Ordered a 1100 swingarm assembly today, complete with axle hub rotor sprocket, etc.

And so it begins
You bitch! I had a feeling it was gonna be you! haha I went to Imperial Sportbikes to pick up that assembly today and they informed me that I was about 2 hours too late! I called them wednesday right when they posted it but I didn't get chance to get up there until today..gah!

Anyway, good luck with the conversion! I'll keep my eyes open and grab the next one they disassemble.
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:40 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Haha.. That's too funny. They said they had other interest. I usually don't fall for that tactic, but I had a feeling. I was gonna wait, glad I didn't


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The wider wheel requires a 190 tire and might be tight if the chain eccentric is not rolled back past the half way mark. the big issue is the extra weight makes the bike a little harder to tip in to corners.
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The wider wheel requires a 190 tire and might be tight if the chain eccentric is not rolled back past the half way mark. the big issue is the extra weight makes the bike a little harder to tip in to corners.
Ok, thanks. I think I'll stick with my original plan and go with a S4R/796/1100/848/Hyper 17x5.5" Wheel.
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