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Would like to see pics of my new 996?

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I thought I would test the waters. I will be picking up my new addition a 99 Ducati 996 from Patrick today. Anone wanna peek?
 

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hell's yeah ;D
 

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OK


 

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Looks great [thumbsup]
 

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Now I gotta figure out how to pronounce "Termignoni".
 

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Hanjin said:
Now I gotta figure out how to pronounce "Termignoni".
I believe it's pronounce termi-"yogi". that's what i've been told at the service shop for mototek. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
 

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Yes, as soon as the weather permits. Probably next week.
 

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Drjones said:
No. You Suck!! :p

Just kidding. I'd love to see pictures of your 996 and turn green with envy.
I second that!! You do suck!! Just kidding, love the bike. Congrats!! [clap] [thumbsup]
 

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Update. Bike is almost back back together, plastic is painted decals are in. Patrick is working on getting the new clutch in. For those of you you who didn't know I had a small spill on my new baby and messed my right foot up real bad. 4 to 6 weeks of rehab, but i'll ride again.
 

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Hanjin said:
Update. Bike is almost back back together, plastic is painted decals are in. Patrick is working on getting the new clutch in. For those of you you who didn't know I had a small spill on my new baby and messed my right foot up real bad. 4 to 6 weeks of rehab, but i'll ride again.
ouch, sorry to hear that man, just don't rush the rehab
 

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I believe it's pronounce termi-"yogi". that's what i've been told at the service shop for mototek. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

That's not what I was told by the cute Italian tour guide named "Sara."

The "gn" is pronounced like the "ny" in canyon. It's ter mi nyo ni.

To avoid embarassment when speaking to somebody that might really know, many of us just say "Termi." Not only do you avoid an error but you sound like a real insider who is so familiar with the name that you can short-cut it.

Tommy T.
 
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