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Old 04-02-2014, 07:16 AM   #1
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848 EVO

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2011 Duc 848 EVO bought new by me @ Ducati SA. 13,345 miles. Books, keys, code cards & clear title in hand. Valve service done @ 12K miles, next one due @ 19.5K miles. Oil changed every 3K miles. Never raced - just street riding and track days only. Converted to a track bike about a year ago.
* 3 Piece Race/Track plastics. (Rattle can paint job by me)
* Termi exhaust, ECU & Air Filter package.
* Penske 2-stage shock installed by Keith Hertell @ Road & Track Suspension.
* Rear ride height adjuster.
* R&G Racing underbody sliders and case cover.
* Saddlemen Gel-Pro Racing Seat.
* Pirelli Superbike Pro Track Day slicks - two tracks days on them.
* Pazzo levers, aftermarket pegs, 14 tooth front sprocket, front & rear stands, set of tire warmers, battery tender pigtail, and a box full of the OEM stuff, including head & tailight assemblies, mirrors, tail section, fasteners, etc. Easily reconverted back to street, but you'd have to buy a set of aftermarket street fairings.

This is a well-cared for, adult ridden bike in great condition. Aside from the exhaust/ECU/filter combo, the engine is completely stock. The riders and racers up @ H2R Racetrack in San Marcos know me and they know this bike. PLEASE - no posers and no stories, okay? Already been jerked around once on this thing. Asking $8,000, which is well below NADA Guide and KBB.
(210) 218 2285
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Old 04-02-2014, 02:58 PM   #3
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Jet, thanks! Much appreciated. FYI - weather permitting, Saturday I'll be in San Marcos for a track day at H2R with my GSXR 600. Will be home by 5:00 pm. Sunday will be available from about 1:00 pm all day. My cell # is (210) 218 2285.
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Old 04-02-2014, 04:39 PM   #4
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There's a track in San Marcos?!? where?
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Old 04-03-2014, 08:15 AM   #5
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Harris Hill Racetrack. I-35 to the Yarrington Road exit. Take Yarrington road about two miles, make a right on Harris Hill Road (at the Maxwell water tower) and it's about a mile up the road on your left hand side. 1.9 mile track, 12 turns, approx 70 feet elevation change. Google it and visit the website. We've been riding there for years. Their motorcycle membership is extremely cost-effective. Track's open for bikes every Monday, and the first Saturday and third Sunday of each month. Dues are $150 per month. So basically for the price of one trackday, you could (in an ideal world) ride six or seven times in a month, depending on how many Mondays there are in that month. Even if you only hit the first Saturday and third Sunday, that's two track days @ $75 each. ALSO - it's an OPEN TRACK. None of this session . They green flag the track and you go out there for as little or as long as you like. Come back in, rest a bit, head back on out. Can't beat it. FYI - weather permitting, we'll be out there this Saturday, April 5th. They had to move the times a little bit, so we'll be starting at noon, instead of the usual 10:00 am. Great atmosphere. Look for Craig or Keith - they run the show up there and will be happy to give you details, or just talk to anyone of us that's up there. Also, you can ride as a guest for $150 per day and private instruction is available from several of the guys up there. Looks like it's right in your backyard!
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Harris Hill Racetrack. I-35 to the Yarrington Road exit. Take Yarrington road about two miles, make a right on Harris Hill Road (at the Maxwell water tower) and it's about a mile up the road on your left hand side. 1.9 mile track, 12 turns, approx 70 feet elevation change. Google it and visit the website. We've been riding there for years. Their motorcycle membership is extremely cost-effective. Track's open for bikes every Monday, and the first Saturday and third Sunday of each month. Dues are $150 per month. So basically for the price of one trackday, you could (in an ideal world) ride six or seven times in a month, depending on how many Mondays there are in that month. Even if you only hit the first Saturday and third Sunday, that's two track days @ $75 each. ALSO - it's an OPEN TRACK. None of this session . They green flag the track and you go out there for as little or as long as you like. Come back in, rest a bit, head back on out. Can't beat it. FYI - weather permitting, we'll be out there this Saturday, April 5th. They had to move the times a little bit, so we'll be starting at noon, instead of the usual 10:00 am. Great atmosphere. Look for Craig or Keith - they run the show up there and will be happy to give you details, or just talk to anyone of us that's up there. Also, you can ride as a guest for $150 per day and private instruction is available from several of the guys up there. Looks like it's right in your backyard!
good to farkin know.....will be going there while the wife shops at the outlets
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