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Old 11-15-12, 09:16   #1
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Default Ducati 1098 parts upgrade possible?

I have access to a 2008 Ducati 1098, I was curious if anyone had experimented with using any parts off of the 1098's. I have. 2007 triumph 675, and was just thinking what if?

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Old 11-15-12, 10:11   #2
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not much you could use. With a bit of work, the front suspension would swap. Would need to research offset and length and compare it to the 675's to see how compatible.

check with some of the racers here to see what kind off offset/trail they're using to optimize the handling
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Leave your 675 alone and make the 1098 a track bike. Otherwise, not much is going to be compatible in any way.
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Fabricate a way to stick the 1098 swingarm on your 675. If for no other reason then do it because it will piss off 90% of the people here.
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Fabricate a way to stick the 1098 swingarm on your 675. If for no other reason then do it because it will piss off 90% of the people here.
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jdgun_13 has both a 1098 and D675 - hit him up.
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I mean to be fair, I actually casually looked into mounting a 1098 swingarm on a 675 purely because I want a single-sided swingarm for quick tire changes. It wound wind up messing with the geometry too much so I said screw it.
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