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Old 07-Jun-2005, 11:20 AM
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I never had a Duc before my 04 999R, but so far i'm ****ing LOVING this bike. Especially since i went 1 tooth down on the front sprocket and installed the racing pipe that came with it.

But it would love to try a 749R and have one for the track
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Old 09-Jun-2005, 11:32 AM
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i don't think you will notice the difference in swing arms! its more cosmetic then anything as far as road riding is concerned.
if 03 999R's are available for around 11k then i would jump at that! (i thought i was getting a good deal paying 17k for a new 03 999r! early last year, doh!
excellent value for money! (you will need to get a proper termi back box if it doesnt have one fitted) If the cost aint an issue tho, go for an 04!

[Edited on 9-6-2005 by chillo]
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Old 09-Jun-2005, 07:30 PM
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Before you do anything make sure you see a Nero 999S...........only thing I've seen that might tempt me away from my Senna 3/Bostrom rep current partnership.............that thing is sex on wheels and seems to be put together beautifully. Only 25 being brought in too, but I guess it does lack some of the exotic feel of the R, would get my vote though.
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