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post #381 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-27-2016, 01:49 PM
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post #382 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-27-2016, 09:10 PM
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Tnx man :-).

BTW: These beauties are waiting since months in my living room...



Bought these used forged Marchesinis (Original Pani 1199S) for my 1299S, but I'll put them on my monsterbaby.

I think the rear is a direct match up for a 1200 Monster, but isn't the spacing on the front wheel/rotors a challenge?
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I think the rear is a direct match up for a 1200 Monster, but isn't the spacing on the front wheel/rotors a challenge?
You're right. The distance between the rotors is different: Pani S 119mm, Monster S and R 105mm.
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You're right. The distance between the rotors is different: Pani S 119mm, Monster S and R 105mm.
Thanks for the confirmation - so are these going on your 1200s Monster, or a different one? And if on your 1200, how are you matching up the front-end?
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Thanks for the confirmation - so are these going on your 1200s Monster, or a different one? And if on your 1200, how are you matching up the front-end?
I need new spacers and also other rotors with 7 mm less offset, if they should fit on the Monster.

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What fender eliminator are you using? Nice paint job btw.


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What fender eliminator are you using? Nice paint job btw.


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Thanks, custom fender relocation, made it myself, relocated the light from the mud guard

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Thanks, custom fender relocation, made it myself, relocated the light from the mud guard


Wanna give me some steps on how you did it? I'm looking into making one myself so I'm curious how others have made one. Did you drill into the undertray also?
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Wanna give me some steps on how you did it? I'm looking into making one myself so I'm curious how others have made one. Did you drill into the undertray also?
I'll take some close-up pics when I get a chance and post them for you. Once you remove the mud guard unbolt the license plate light from it and remove the zip ties that secure the wire. You can then run the wire up the side of the frame. The plate holder I made consists of a carbon plate frame and two handlebar fluid reservoir brackets from Rizoma reservoirs which I was not using. They are bolted on through the threads where the handles use to be. I have a carbon undertray; however no drilling would be required in the OEM tray if you did it this way.

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