1994 Ducati M900

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  1. notaniceperson

    notaniceperson -I'm an ASSHOLE!

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    A friend has one and is offering it to me for 2400.00. It has recent work, starts up and runs well, and looks good.

    Any suggestions on finding a price comparison?

    7XXX miles BTW.
     
  2. Junkie

    Junkie re-tarded OT Supporter

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    That's a good price.

    Make sure to change the belts every 2 years, whether or not you put 15k on it. Otherwise shit gets expensive.
     
  3. mtnbikekid08

    mtnbikekid08 Aime-moi moins, mais aime-moi longtemps

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    If it's a clean title, that's damn good.
    If salvaged, fuck that shit.
     
  4. Snafu

    Snafu more than meets the eye

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    Damm good price. Wish I never sold my 96.
     
  5. notaniceperson

    notaniceperson -I'm an ASSHOLE!

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    clean title. Excellent shape.

    Scoopin it up in the Spring. He is a good friend so he is holding it until then for me.

    Thanks for the response bike crew.

    Any sites to find out more about it? Compare prices?
     
  6. Cachee0

    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    well you can go over 2 years and wait until the milage if you inspect the belts and the tenstion. But for the cost of belts on a 2valve it cheap insurance to replace them.

    I bought a 748 with 10K miles with the belts being 6 years old. I check them and they were in good shape, I waited until my 12K serivce to do the belts.
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    It's a great bike man. The two vavle are soild and strong. Avoid heavy traffic and if it does not have a oil cooler add one you self from another monster or even better a SBK oil cooler. I'm currently enjoying a 05 749s and a 06 999r.
     
  8. notaniceperson

    notaniceperson -I'm an ASSHOLE!

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    Thanks, I plan to take a riders education course, I do know how to ride a motorcycle, have ridden trail bikes in the mountains but I realize the street is a totally different ballpark.

    I cannot wait until spring!
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    It's honestly a great Idea. I have had my endorsement for about 10 years. In 07 I took the class with my wife because she wanted get her endorsment and did not want to do the class alone. It was still a learning experince for me even with years of riding.
     

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