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So I stumble across the RCM site recently http://www.rcmracing.com from the Desmorados site...

I like the look of a lot of the RCM pieces. Then I found these few 'choice' bits. I want them.

http://www.rcmracing.com/english/ducati/tappo_cam_01.html



and

http://www.rcmracing.com/english/ducati/coprivalvole_01.html



Now my problem is, I can't find a vendor for these online! Desmoworld carries some products, so I'll try an email to them about ordering, but no other vendors? Seems odd. A product similar (possibly the same) as the second is available through Motowheels, but is shown in blue, but says is only available in red. Now thats confusing enough, but I don't want either Blue or Red! I know Motowheels carries the RCM fuel cap!

And the first product, wow, I've not seen anything to dress up the left side of the horizontal cyl. before, but that's pretty cool.

Anybody know a way to get prices and vendors for these?

Before you quickly say "email the manuf.!", I'll have you know I scoured the website for quite awhile and found no links!

Here's the link to their products list: http://www.rcmracing.com/english/homepage/homepage.html

Similarly it would be nice to know more about Divina Racing Products http://www.divinaracing.com/ if anybody has any thoughts. Again, I believe I've seen these parts carried somewhere before, but it seems limited (not as limited as RCM).
 

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We've carried their products in the past. With the poor exchange rate we did not bring any more in for stock. If there is something you want we can bring more product in. Maybe a group buy ?
 

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yeah, good luck w/ rcm. I once contacted someone on the board who said they knew of someone who could contact them in Italy, but I didn't get very far with that. I would say, if you find the part in another color, and you want a natural silver finish? Just strip the anodized color off. I used some fine grit wet sand paper and a polishing bit to take the finish off a gold part I wanted silver. It's an easy fix, just an idea.
 

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Ok, so after more research and the postings of our friends at http://www.ducatimonsterclub.it/

I found the "new site" which includes contact information:

http://151.22.160.189/english/homepage/homepage.html

And I sent an email, we'll see how the response pans out.

Call me another name for a cat, but I'd rather deal with somebody in the U.S. (even if I do plan to do some work with Red Racing and Desmoworld at some point).
 

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sonofthetis said:
yeah, good luck w/ rcm. I once contacted someone on the board who said they knew of someone who could contact them in Italy, but I didn't get very far with that. I would say, if you find the part in another color, and you want a natural silver finish? Just strip the anodized color off. I used some fine grit wet sand paper and a polishing bit to take the finish off a gold part I wanted silver. It's an easy fix, just an idea.
just another tip, you can strip the anodized parts using oven cleaner. I always find parts in the wrong color, but that's not a problem anymore!
MM
 
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