Ducati GT1000: Wow!

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by DOUBLE-O G, Jun 18, 2006.

  1. BluStar

    BluStar n00b

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    Hi Morgan,
    My GT is red, straight stock with the exception of the Ohlin forks, 4500mi. Not sure how to post a photo...I'll work on that.
  2. vnsfxr

    vnsfxr BornAgainDirtyRider

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    Pictures of my GT are posted somewhere on this site. For info and any questions on your GT check here http://www.ducati.ms/forums/77-sport-classic/
  3. toastmuncher

    toastmuncher I be new round here! Ello

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    Just bought an 06 GT1000. GREAT bike, will get pics up soon. :clap
  4. Morgan Steele

    Morgan Steele Been here awhile

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    Congratulations! It is a GREAT bike. Looking forward to photos and knowing if you're going to do any mods.
  5. goodcat8

    goodcat8 I can pass this guy.....

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    These puppies are going for a premium since being discontinued.
  6. toastmuncher

    toastmuncher I be new round here! Ello

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    Will get some proper pics soon but on my arrival my wife sat on and laughed at the crappy cruiser screen. The screen is now ditched. the bike has a hugger on the rear along with a rear rack, not the only rack in the pic I might add, and a front mudguard extender. I need fruity pipes on this as it sounds like a freakin honda. :huh

    I know you yanks talk of 'titles, clear or otherwise' and I do not know what that means, but this bike was dropped on a roundabout so has had some replacement parts through the insurance which has meant it has a clouded history recorded, without this I would not be able to afford it. £4k I paid, its a great bike.

    Any ideas on MPG?
  7. Bobby Ginger

    Bobby Ginger Cat Herder

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    MPG all depends. I got around 45-50 prior to putting the Fat duc o2 sensor on. As you have probably noticed it is jerking and rough in first gear. The fat duc fixes this but when on 3/4 setting lowered my milage to 33. I recenty lowered it to 1/3 position and has increads the milage up to 38-40. Cheer on a great bike. :clap

    Ducati.ms has a wealth of info on these bikes.