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Old 08-08-2012, 09:12 PM   #1
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Before parting out, I figured I would attempt to sell it all together to someone who likes interesting race/track bike projects. Here's the story. Bought a 1098 in 2007 and raced it in WERA, OMRRA, WMRRA and WSMC. Ran with stock engine/everything first year then decided on a superbike build for 2008. Went nuts with Marchesini 16.5" mags, CMC carbon/ceramic rotors, titanium hardware, ohlins ttx, speedymoto, brembo, CRG, yada yada yada. Was a great bike that had its life as a Ducati cut short by a spectacular engine failure. Had lots going on at the time so it was set aside in a dark corner of the shop.

A year or so later I was helping a friend with an sv650 racebike. Dropped the sv engine and that engine sat next to the sad, discarded 1098 race chassis. A bolt of lightning struck my brain and in a moment of insanity I decided to make a couple measurements. Hmmmm, the main motor mount location is really similar. Wow, its the same diameter too. I wonder about sprocket alignment? So I hung the sv engine in the chassis, and hotdamn, the sprockets were very close. So the project began, putting a Suzuki SV650 engine in a Ducati 1098 chassis. Surprisingly, there were only a few modifications required, most notably the a bracket to make the Suzuki engine a stressed member of the frame allowing to retain the 1098 appearance and handling performance. Funny thing, the sv radiator mounts on the 1098 frame without any modifications. The sv harness had to be modified a bit to use the 1098 fuel pump and to fit on the different chassis.

Now to the fun part. The bike worked really really well. It was a bit lighter than an sv with grip for days. SV 650 engines, even with superbike mods are roughly 50% less powerful. Speeds were lower so I went with a smaller brembo radial pump for the front brakes. Remember, magnesium wheels and carbon/ceramic meant for open class superbike performance serious overkill for the sv classes. Because the rear brake mounts to the Ducati engine, a left side thumb brake was installed. So, visually, the bike looks like a 1098 with only a single muffler. It was always funny when people would do a double take wondering if they saw what they saw. The bike was fast and fun running up front every time it was out.

So, my last race was at PIR in Oct2010. I was having a great race in 600 Superbike in the rain. Started from the back and had worked my way through the field up to third. Settled in in 4th place and relaxed a bit too much and lowsided to the right in nearly the final turn on the final lap. Dammit!!!!! Oh well, it was fun and no big deal for repairs, clip on, lever, slider puck, footpeg.

Turned out to be my last race due to physical limitations that finally caught up to me. I can no longer ride the way I want to ride so Ive stepped away from riding. In 2011 I sold the sv engine and a couple odds and ends off the chassis to friends racing Ducatis. Now, cleaning out the garage of all my bike stuff. Sorry again for the long and unusual for sale ad, but I thought it was necessary to provide a bit of background.

I'm asking $6500. The bike is a roller with the marchesini 16.5" mags, Braketech cmc axis rotors, showa forks with GP revalve, ohlins ttx, speedymoto top clamp and clipons, GP Tech thumb brake, CRG Gp clutch lever assembly, motoholders subframe, carbon rear hugger, carbon undertail, OEM Ducati fuel tank with vortex cap/base and modified 1098 fuel pump, speedymoto engine mount/sliders, ducazuki engine/chassis bracket, motoholders aluminum subframe modified with catch tank, etc.

Included, but not currently mounted are catalyst race upper with Ducati performance windscreen ram air tubes and tail section, modified Leo Vince sv exhaust with 848/1098 carbon right side muffler, modified sv wire harness with ecu and dash, modified sv throttle bodies, modified sv airbox, sv radiator, plus a few more spares and odds and ends. Also included are Harris front and rear stands.

It will need a few parts to get it on the track, 1098 race fairing stay, 1098 right footpeg and bracket, lower, sv throttle tube/cables most notably an SV650 engine, plus any minor odds and ends you personally want to add.

Also available separately are the complete OEM 1098 wheels. Chassis is ready to pick up in Lake Oswego, OR just south of Portland. Delivery to a norcal track is a possibility. Pictures to follow shortly.

Thanks, Tyson
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:50 PM   #2
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:54 PM   #3
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:19 PM   #4
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here are a few pics

I will try to get some on track shots posted soon.....can't locate them right now


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Old 08-08-2012, 10:20 PM   #5
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Photobucket link didn't work for some reason......stand by
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:32 PM   #6
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:17 PM   #7
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:03 AM   #8
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I want the forks and brakes plz. Thx!
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Old 08-09-2012, 04:34 PM   #11
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I want the forks and brakes plz. Thx!
Ducky buy this.
It'll be the 2nd most unique bike on the grid.
probably the lightest.
Don't you have a couple of engine laying around?
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:21 PM   #12
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Were you running a 1st or 2nd gen SV engine? When you mention throttle bodies I would guess 1st Gen?
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:31 PM   #13
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wow, interesting concept
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:32 PM   #14
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Were you running a 1st or 2nd gen SV engine? When you mention throttle bodies I would guess 1st Gen?
uh if it's efi it's most likely 2nd gen
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:58 PM   #15
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It was a 2nd gen mild superbike build making in the low 90s.....1st gen with fcr would be easier from a wiring point of view
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