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Old 01-28-2014, 12:15 PM   #1
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Ducati source for researching parts?

I've used bikebandit.com to confirm parts fit so I can sell stuff on eBay. (I am up to my elbows in motorcycle parts!!!!) However, they don't offer OEM Ducati and seem to be limited in what they offer.

What can I use to research parts for fits with other models and years? It's the exhaust system of a 2008 Ducati 848 (seems to also fit other years and models, according to eBay sellers) and the big fairing from the right/brake side including the lower part black panel.

If you by some miracle happen to be interested in these, shoot me a PM with an offer. We have the brackets that secure the mufflers too.

(BTW, these parts are a donation from a friend to help us support our CMRA lightweight endurance team "Near Miss" #96. https://www.facebook.com/near.miss.96)
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:56 PM   #2
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:15 PM   #4
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Have you looked at ducati.ms?
I'll look, thanks!

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any monster parts?
I wish...if I return to street, that is on my list
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Have you looked at ducati.ms?
I checked it out, it's a forum. Have you used bikebandit.com? It has blow ups of the bikes and part numbers, then I just need to search other models and years using that part number and find the range. I'm done listing the stuff at this point, hopefully anybody shopping knows what can work for their bike...or I can change it as I learn stuff...
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don't worry about trying to match parts. Just go to a ducati forum and post what exactly they are. People looking already know what can mix and match, and the new 848 don't really work like the older bikes that were very compatible.
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don't worry about trying to match parts. Just go to a ducati forum and post what exactly they are. People looking already know what can mix and match, and the new 848 don't really work like the older bikes that were very compatible.
Duh, I could offer the parts on there...lol...but, I don't feel like driving to people. So, I'll stick with eBay.
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I use a dealer in cali , they are usually helpful
http://store.proitalia.com/ducati-parts-c-22.html
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I checked it out, it's a forum. Have you used bikebandit.com? It has blow ups of the bikes and part numbers, then I just need to search other models and years using that part number and find the range. I'm done listing the stuff at this point, hopefully anybody shopping knows what can work for their bike...or I can change it as I learn stuff...
Didn't realize bikebandit had Ducati parts diagrams, but its been about four years since i got out of the Italian bike gang.
Yes Ducati.ms is a forum, but if anyone could point you to a good parts cross reference, its those fanatics.
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Didn't realize bikebandit had Ducati parts diagrams, .
They don't, hence my problem. Thanks for the help again.

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I use a dealer in cali , they are usually helpful
http://store.proitalia.com/ducati-parts-c-22.html
Thanks, will check it out!
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have you tried ronayers or ducatiomaha ?

edit: ron ayers is for the big 4 only sorry, ducati omaha may be fruitful. also i know for my sv650 there was a manual like parts fiche released for the bike cataloguing all the parts and their listed numbers etc. might check for your bike and others your interested in.


www.ducatiomaha.com/products.asp has what you need.
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http://issuu.com/commonwealth/docs/s...107928/5477322

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have you tried ronayers or ducatiomaha ?

edit: ron ayers is for the big 4 only sorry, ducati omaha may be fruitful. also i know for my sv650 there was a manual like parts fiche released for the bike cataloguing all the parts and their listed numbers etc. might check for your bike and others your interested in.


www.ducatiomaha.com/products.asp has what you need.
That's the ticket, Ducati Omaha shows a complete set of micro fiche.
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That's the ticket, Ducati Omaha shows a complete set of micro fiche.
Micro fiche...I played along with those links that you guys shared. I searched for the right upper fairing and...got to the end and somehow missed the page it would have been on. You guys must be some patient people! I guess I'll get stuck with these parts for longer than necessary. Thanks for your help!
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Or just google the part number should tell you.
However the buyer should do a compatibility check before buying.
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Micro fiche...I played along with those links that you guys shared.
This will take you directly to the page on Ducati of Omaha.

http://www.ducatiomaha.com/products.asp


They don't have a cross reference system though, so not sure how helpful it will be.
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