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Don't let your rear tire get flat... that side stand sits the bike high probably due to that rear tire, and when it goes flat... the bike stands totally upright and can errr WILL tip over :p


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That's a huge bummer, but appreciate the heads up. You going to get it repaired?
always an upside to things... luckily it happened at a shop for the flat repair so their insurance is covering everything. Depending on the payout will look to upgrading things, full carbon fiber would be cheaper than OEM replacements. Going to take a couple days to get the actual amount. I'll post update soon when I find out once things are finalized as I don't want to jump the gun just yet :p
 

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always an upside to things... luckily it happened at a shop for the flat repair so their insurance is covering everything. Depending on the payout will look to upgrading things, full carbon fiber would be cheaper than OEM replacements. Going to take a couple days to get the actual amount. I'll post update soon when I find out once things are finalized as I don't want to jump the gun just yet :p
blessing in disguise :D
 

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update: $9024 for parts and labor, insurance cut the check yesterday so I should get it later this week. Looking at just under $8k in for parts, looking at full Ilmberger carbon parts, if the price is good that is. Worst case I go w/ the motogp replica plastics. I will post some pics once I do get it repaired completely. Right now priority is just to ride again lol. I'll also try to repair the scratches myself just to see how well I can do it (wish me luck) lol
 

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update: $9024 for parts and labor, insurance cut the check yesterday so I should get it later this week. Looking at just under $8k in for parts, looking at full Ilmberger carbon parts, if the price is good that is. Worst case I go w/ the motogp replica plastics. I will post some pics once I do get it repaired completely. Right now priority is just to ride again lol. I'll also try to repair the scratches myself just to see how well I can do it (wish me luck) lol

Give us a shout if you want any Ilmberger parts, we are the only stocking USA dealer for them.


Also if you are looking for some stock plastics, check this site out > https://www.jcampfit.com/panigale.html
 

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Give us a shout if you want any Ilmberger parts, we are the only stocking USA dealer for them.


Also if you are looking for some stock plastics, check this site out > https://www.jcampfit.com/panigale.html
Ah, too late... already order a full set of Ilmberger, but some of the parts are going to take a while it seems as either they're not finished or something.
 

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Wow did not anticipate the bill being so steep, but I see that you are using the opportunity to upgrade. Hopefully the turn around time isn't too bad.
 

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Wow did not anticipate the bill being so steep, but I see that you are using the opportunity to upgrade. Hopefully the turn around time isn't too bad.
Yeah the price for some parts in carbon are cheaper than OEM, just made sense... I'm not in a rush since season here in Maryland is winding down anyways, didn't eat to got my 7500 miles service till after winter. So things worked out by itself I guess. I'll just ride my CBR for now.
 

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Ah, too late... already order a full set of Ilmberger, but some of the parts are going to take a while it seems as either they're not finished or something.

Fullsix Carbon would have been here faster, some of the Ilmberger pieces will take around 2-3 months to get, since not everything is in production and they are slammed with filling orders for Ducati Performance since they are the manufacturer of the carbon sold as Ducati Performance.
 

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Fullsix Carbon would have been here faster, some of the Ilmberger pieces will take around 2-3 months to get, since not everything is in production and they are slammed with filling orders for Ducati Performance since they are the manufacturer of the carbon sold as Ducati Performance.
Yeah... but you can't beat that Ilmberger quality... and price between Fullsix and Ilmberger is almost negligible. But yeah I knew it was going to take a while for some pieces ahead of time but figured I was going to slow down the miles on my bike anyways since I'm nearing the 7500mi mark for next service. Now I just gotta find me a good sticker set to give it some lines back.
 

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bike is can be ridden at least :) So far only $279 spent for OEM handlebar ($81 includes tax), Bonamici levers ($189 shipped), bar end mirrors ($27 shipped), next up is fixing the fairings for the time being until carbon parts come in. Also waiting on block-off turn signals but 3 weeks wait :(
 

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Man you are really having a stiff trot on this merry go round I hope all the issues (Other Threads) get sorted with your bike and all the C/F stuff turns up to add bling and you get to enjoy the bike as one should be able to.
I never leave my bike stored at home on the side stand always on a paddock stand but if I get a flat on a run or when riding alone then I will have to figure out how to keep it from going A over T to the Rt........(sit on it till help arrives!)
 

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Man you are really having a stiff trot on this merry go round I hope all the issues (Other Threads) get sorted with your bike and all the C/F stuff turns up to add bling and you get to enjoy the bike as one should be able to.
I never leave my bike stored at home on the side stand always on a paddock stand but if I get a flat on a run or when riding alone then I will have to figure out how to keep it from going A over T to the Rt........(sit on it till help arrives!)
almost all sorted out... just haven't put the new carbon bits on yet... but did get them in; everything else is fixed other than the clutch issue
 

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