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    Ducat 750 super sport

    18 months searching for parts. Coming together nicely. Awaiting bodywork back from paint shop
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    looking good..Your workshop ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrinkleyowlie View Post
    looking good..Your workshop ?
    I doupt it with a spark plug collection like that

    Lovely bike I was expecting a newer version. That's a sight for sore eyes
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    Finished

    It's been a long journey but worth it


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    Top Job

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    Stunning, Please post a video of it running, they sound brilliant.
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    mate, that is truly gorgeous! nothing beats a classic ducati

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    Brilliant bike......but what do you do about the tank, it's fiberglass so it will succumb to the dreaded ethanol rot, but can you line it with that strip of bare fiberglass showing the fuel level?


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    A absolute beauty......Video if possible......PLEASE.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktm1190rr View Post
    It's been a long journey but worth it

    You've done a cracking job of that. Is that a rear disc conversion .

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    Discs front and rear were standard, calliper under slung on the 73, moved to the top on the 74

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    It is a problem, authenticity over practicality. Have to drain the tank when not used. I also have a spare alloy tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktm1190rr View Post
    It is a problem, authenticity over practicality. Have to drain the tank when not used. I also have a spare alloy tank.
    Esso Supreme doesn't contain Ethanol depending on whereabouts you are in the country.

    Thank you for contacting Esso Customer Care.

    The majority of unleaded 95 Octane petrol sold in the UK contains 5% ethanol as required under the Government’s Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO).

    There is currently no requirement for renewable fuel (such as ethanol) to be present in super unleaded (97 grade petrol).

    Esso super unleaded petrol (Synergy Supreme+ Unleaded 97) is ethanol free (except in Devon, Cornwall, the Teesside area and Scotland) and we have no current intention to add ethanol to Synergy Supreme+ in other areas of the UK.We would therefore advise anyone who has concerns about the presence of ethanol in petrol to use Synergy Supreme+ – providing they do not fill up in Devon or Cornwall, the Teesside area or Scotland.

    Yours sincerely,

    Daniel Jankovits
    End Consumer & Customer Care Assistant
    Customer Service, Fuels & Lubricants, EAME
    http://www.rsvr.net/ethanol-in-fuel-...opic21896.html

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