the yokes you pic'd above accept the stock bar riser thingies. notice they still have the "ears".if you click on Strati's link and click on newest 2nd page there are two S4 yoke kits shown.....S&P shouldn't be too hard to find...
I think the 1st one that says for 'alf' bars typo for half? means for clip ons?
hey martin, any chance in getting a pricelist? i tried emailing the folks at S&P directly a while back but no reply. not that i haven't given you guys enough $$ for this [email protected] bike, but i haven't gotten it a christmas gift yet ;DWe get stuff from S&P once a month.
looking at the spare parts sheets from ducati.com...I was told the steer tube is a different size for the 02 on bikes-there for the top yoke must be different. Is that true?
So, that means all 'ST' framed Monsters can swap fork legs with impunity?
looking at the spare parts sheets from ducati.com...
2002: 620, 750, 900, s4
2003: 620, 800, 1000
all use the same bottom yoke. this indicates that all models' steering stems and forks are in the same orientation. this indicates they all COULD use the same top yoke since fork leg dimmensions are the same (50/54mm) across models and they all use the same steering stem ringnut.
to my knowledge, monster fork dimmentions have always been 50/54mm. what would prevent you from swapping year to year is brake caliper mount spacing (40mm for early models, 65mm for late models) and/or axle diameter (17mm for early models, 25mm for late models). i think the caliper mount spacing changed somewhere in 1999 and i think the axle got bigger in '01. feel free to correct me if this isn't right.So, that means all 'ST' framed Monsters can swap fork legs with impunity?
53/53mm.What size are the 'Superbike' forks? 52/52mm?
hey I resemble that remark0.5mm shims. Ack.......