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Old 14-Feb-2005, 12:49 AM
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Is this the 996 range?

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996S Hodgon Replica
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996SPS Fogarty Replica

What the main difference between the S,SPS & the replicas?
Also can someone give me a guide price on a 2000 996 SPS Fogarty Replica, with 4000k on it and FDSH? Does anyone own one?

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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:02 AM
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You've missed out the best one - the 996R Foggy rep I'd recon should be about £10K but not as popular as they once were. Not ridden one so can't comment. You tried the 999 yet?
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:08 AM
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ar, ok, didnít realise there was an R though the SPS was like the equivalent. OK, whatís the difference between the SPS & the R? I saw a SPS Foggy Rep at the weekend and it looked trick, it was totally standard and had all the bits on it? What do you get with an R that you donít get with the SPS Foggy rep?
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:24 AM
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The 999 test ride is tomorrow, but now I really want to take out the 996, The dealer is doing the 999S for £10k but for the same money I can get a trick 996, and I do prefer the look of the 996. Its all very confusing, I am the world worst decision maker when it comes to everything!
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:25 AM
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998 testastretta engine ( same as a base/s 999)
better engine cpu management (same as a 999)
single injector fuel injection ( same as a 999)
ohlins front forks ( same as a 999)
p4 4 pad brakes ( same as a 999)
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:28 AM
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The R has the 998 Testastretta engine, so is a 998 in all but name. It has a full carbon fairing too, which I don't think the SPS has. SPS also has Showa forks, not Ohlins.

The Foggy replica is based on the 996S I think, but has Ohlins forks. The Hodgson rep is also based on the 996S but has standard Showa forks, but came with Termis, the paintjob and a few carbon extras (air tubes/reg holder, swingarm cover).

Personally, I don't rate the Foggy rep. Too overpriced for what it is, unless you're a collector and want to hang onto it. If you're going to ride it, get an S/SPS/R. The S gets my vote for value for money, or the R if you want something 'special'.

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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:28 AM
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Mate if you want the trickest 996 get a 996sps, 996r or a 998r.
You can get caught up in history if you want with a foggy rep, or even further back a 916 sps or a 955 (if you can find one)
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:33 AM
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There you go mate, go to www.blacksbikeshop.co.uk
they have a 996r £9-10000. 6000 miles on clock.
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:37 AM
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is the difference between the SPS and the SPS Foggy just cosmetics? The guys at work are telling me the Foggy Rep is like buying a WRX with decals in it, basically a bit chav...
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Old 14-Feb-2005, 10:42 AM
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f you get the genuine foggy rep then it is..genuine.A ltd edition with cover and plaque!

If you get a 996s with the foggy rep sticker kit on it then yes Chav springs to mind.

The 996R is a much better base to start from! Buy the one ive pointed out, clean it up, tlc. Its worth 11000-12000.....well at the moment!
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