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Old 30-Dec-2005, 09:24 PM
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Pantah 600

So is the Pantah 600 eligable to do DD?
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Old 30-Dec-2005, 09:28 PM
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Nup, too old.

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Old 30-Dec-2005, 11:01 PM
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Its also got bigger valves than the monster and ss !
They are the same size as the 750 and 620 valves.
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Old 30-Dec-2005, 11:10 PM
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But such a nice bike they should be in. What they have in the engine department they must offset by the frame, brakes etc. to make them equal on the grid.
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Makes for a good read, found these sites a while back after discussing the DD bikes with Tony Brancatto and him telling me a few things about the racing Pantahs

http://domdummaste.se/ducati/r_pantahs.html

http://domdummaste.se/ducati/tt2_pictures.html
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But such a nice bike they should be in. What they have in the engine department they must offset by the frame, brakes etc. to make them equal on the grid.

I agree completely!
If Tony Rutter turned up on a Pantah, he'd clean up obviously, but the average Joe on skinny 18" cross-plies would be at a real disadvantage I'd have thought.
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Old 01-Jan-2006, 11:29 AM
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but the average Joe on skinny 18" cross-plies would be at a real disadvantage I'd have thought.

Yep excluded from the results for not running the control tyre
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but the average Joe on skinny 18" cross-plies would be at a real disadvantage I'd have thought.

Yep excluded from the results for not running the control tyre

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The original rules were written to specifically exclude pantah based bikes-possibly because I mentioned TT2's when we were formulating them............must remember to keep my gob shut in future............

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Did someone mention the TT2 ?


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