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post #391 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-30-2016, 02:40 PM
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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 that were 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.


Nice. This sounds like the type of thing I want to do. I would definitely appreciate some pics. Thanks!


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post #392 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-30-2016, 10:52 PM
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I need new spacers and also other rotors with 7 mm less offset, if they should fit on the Monster.
I thought it was also a wider hub? That is, narrower spaces likely won't do it by themselves? And if the hub is not wider, can you get rotors with 7 mm less offset?

Sorry for all the questions - but I'm really curious - thanks!
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post #393 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 05:51 AM
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I thought it was also a wider hub?
The wheel hub is the same. Left the Pani rims, right a pair of custom painted rims of a M1200S.





The rotor is from EBC, model VR 694 red. As far as I know, you can order individual offsets (don't know the price). Original offset is 10mm. To be honest I don't know if I really should make all the necessary adaptations to fit the rims. A second pair of shoes for the Pani is also ok :-).
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post #394 of 504 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 08:05 PM
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The wheel hub is the same. Left the Pani rims, right a pair of custom painted rims of a M1200S.





The rotor is from EBC, model VR 694 red. As far as I know, you can order individual offsets (don't know the price). Original offset is 10mm. To be honest I don't know if I really should make all the necessary adaptations to fit the rims. A second pair of shoes for the Pani is also ok :-).
Very nice - thanks for the pics and the extra information!

I have a set of 1098 forged wheels for my 1200s that I think should be a bolt up. I looked at a set of 1099's but the front wheel and offsets looked more problematic than I wanted to work through. I think the the weights of the two forged wheel sets are similar - the 1098s have the Y pattern like my current bike - the 1099's were the W's as you show in the pic.

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post #395 of 504 (permalink) Old 01-01-2017, 06:23 AM
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Custom paint by CCR Bike, Beacon Falls, CT
That color looks a lot like the 2017 Grey Ducati will be using. Interesting that you left the painted band on the oil cooler red, but it repeats the frame accent.
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Yes, except I painted my Monster a month before Ducati released their new grey, I wasn't happy.
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Yes, except I painted my Monster a month before Ducati released their new grey, I wasn't happy.
Hey, you're just ahead of the curve!
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Nice. This sounds like the type of thing I want to do. I would definitely appreciate some pics. Thanks!


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A few Pics of my 1200R
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