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Old 04-27-2017, 11:50 PM   #1
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Custom 2006 Ducati Monster 620 Dark



Monster 620


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832 488 zero33six

2006 Ducati Monster 620 Dark
14,549 miles
Clean Texas Title, In hand
2 black keys and 1 Red Key with Code Card
Located in Houston, TX

It comes with a heavy heart that I’m deciding to sell my beloved Ducati. I no longer ride the street as much anymore and am transitioning to track riding only.

Inspired by “café-racer” styling but with an emphasis on having a nimble chassis as possible using OEM quality parts. Suspension parts were painstakingly sourced from a Ducati S4 as I wanted the rare S4 Senna Edition red Marchesini wheels that were only available for two years. The Marchesini’s are significantly lighter than the stock 3-spoke wheels that come originally with the 620 reducing weight and in turn creating better turn in. For comparison, the stock wheels weighed 11.5lbs for the front, 13lbs for the rear. Marchenisi’s are 6.5lbs, and 9.5lbs respectively. The swingarm was switched out to the S4 aluminum swingarm, which is lighter and also to accommodate the wider 5.5" rear wheel of the Marchenisi's vs the 5" on the stock wheels. Along with the wheels, the snowflake rotors are also significantly lighter than the stock rotors, and they look awesome as well. The rear rotor was also switched out to the Galfer Wave rotor for even more weight savings. Extensive mod list is below. Any questions, feel free to ask!

I’m asking $4600, but willing to sell for $4300 for a quick sale as there is a track bike that I’m interested in, but if that bike sells, I will be asking $4600. Reasonable offers welcomed.

• Integrated LED Brake Light
• Koso DB-03R Gauge Cluster (Stock cluster disassembled and rewired and moved to retain immobilizer functionality)
• Shindengen Regulator/Rectifier (Rewired direct to battery with metripack connectors and larger gauge wiring)
• Modified Bracket to Lower Headlight for a cleaner look

• Ducati S4 Adjustable Front Forks overhauled at 12k miles
• Ducati S4 Adjustable Rear Shock
• Ducati S4 Rear Aluminum Swingarm to fit the wider S4 Marchensini wheels
• Brembo Gold Front Brakes*(4-Pot monoblock calipers vs 2-Pot floating calipers of the standard black Brembos)
• Ducati Snowflake Rotors*(Lightweight)
• Galfer Wave Rear Brake Rotor*
• Ducati 848 Front Brake Lines
• Ducati S4R Front Master Cylinder w/ Front Brake Switch
• Ducati Monster S4 Senna Red Marchenisi Wheels*
• Bridgestone Battlax S-21 Tires(Bought back in Nov 2016 and did one track day)

• JT Front Sprocket 14T(-1 from stock for quicker acceleration in low-mid range)
• JT Rear Sprocket 48T
• DID Gold X-Ring Chain

• Open Airbox Mod
• Power Commander 3, Tuned for Street
• K&N Vent Breather Filter
• Custom one-off Exhaust with Mufflers from Dime City Cycles with welded O2 bungs for tuning
• Motion Pro Quick Disconnects for Fuel Tank(Remove Tank with ease)

• Carbon Fiber Rear Hugger
• Bar End Mirrors
• Ducabike Rear Set
• Apex No Rise Clip-ons
• Ebay Adjustable Levers
• Custom Carbon Fiber Undertray

• Valves inspected and Timing Belt were done after I bought the bike at 11,500 miles.
• Oil Change done every 1,500 miles with Amsoil 10w-40
• Spark Plugs Changed at 11,500 miles

Stock Parts Available:
• Front Forks
• Rear Shock
• Rear Swingarm
• Handlebars
• Wheels w/ Tires
• Rear Hugger
• Taillight and Turn Signals
• Front Brakes and Rotors
• Exhaust
• Brake Levers
• Front Master Cylinder
• License plate holder and rear tail
• Air Box Lid
• Speed Sensor
• Front and Rear Axle
• Other misc. brackets and bolts

Last edited by inlinesix; 05-12-2017 at 05:51 PM. Reason: SOLD.
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Old 04-28-2017, 10:44 AM   #2
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Beautiful bike.

I can vouch for OP as well. He keeps his bikes & car meticulously clean and well maintained.
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Bump for a nice looking bike!
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