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2001-08-19 1998 Ducati 916 Biposto Superbike Motorcycles View Listings

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Last week, August 12, the worst thing that could have happened, happened!! On the 8th of August I purchased a 1998 Ducati 916 biposto. My first Duc. After driving a 1996 GSXR 750 for some time, i thought driving a Ducati was the next best thing since sliced bread!! It was a dream come true, it handled like a charm, it accelerated very good and yes it did very cool wheelies. For a whole 3 days i was in heaven! Then some bastard stole it!! I'm in a big town in Volusia Co. Florida. And I'm sure that the bike is in pieces all over the state. I wanted to leave the vin# and my email addy just in case someone has a good heart!! vin# ZDN1SB8S8WB013466.... email hydropolis@yahoo.com It was a yellow Ducati and all stock with around 14000 miles. Thanks
- Derek Ramos, Florida

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2000-04-09 1998 Ducati 916 Biposto Superbike Motorcycles View Listings

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I've owned mine from new Apr-98, this is the best bike I've ever owned, & I've had a few in 20 years of bikin'. Have adjusted the suspension to suit my style of riding and also the rake & trail. Although the steering head angle is like the suspension, personal choice I find that the benefits of quicker flickability far out weigh the loss of use of the steering lock (probably wouldn't stop your bike gettin' nicked anyway). The dealer I spoke to did not recommend this adjustment for road use, one didn't even know about it! But I can assure anyone tempted to go ahead and give it a go, it takes about half an hour (first go) and although you need to watch slow speed turning, ie when pullin' up to park etc., the benefits are huge. My mate has a R1 and before I made these adjustments we were pretty evenly matched, NOW when it comes to cornering I'm either tryin' to avoid hittin' him up the rear or am off down the road due to the increased corner speeds I can hold, the bike feels really planted, and as long as you lock your elbows into your knees to stop any sort of head shakin' you can just flat the throttle out the bends. This means that by the time he has straighted up after fightin' the R1 through the bend, and is tryin' to catch me down the straights we're at the next bend and I'm off again. We're planning to give a track day a try this year, and I can't wait. Goodbye R1!!!!!!! If you'd like to get in touch for any help settin' these adjustments you can conntact me at andystott63@hotmail.com. Keep on Bikin'
- Andy Stott, Jersey, Channel Islands

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