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  1. Thread: Certificate

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    I registered a '66 250 bevel with the DVLA ...

    I registered a '66 250 bevel with the DVLA using a certificate from the DOC eleven years ago. I supplied a bunch of evidence to support the provenance of the machine, and they supplied a cert which...
  2. Thread: ..kitchen!

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    ..kitchen!

    There's a fella that I've spoken to in the past who owns one of the Kitchen suppliers/fitting companies in Livingston. Pretty sure he stays on Pumpherston Road somewhere, has/had a 888, a Norton 961...
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    For Sale PM sent :)

    PM sent :)
  4. Thread: 851888 forum

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    No light to be shed, other than to agree - looks...

    No light to be shed, other than to agree - looks like a technical error with the hosting, which is a shame. Hopefully they can get it resolved.
  5. Most likely ground - I'm doing a similar project,...

    Most likely ground - I'm doing a similar project, but not using digitech.

    The pickup is connected with ground on one of the pins and the ignition input on the other. In my case, I spotted that...
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    Just spoke with Stuart Young. Sounds like I now...

    Just spoke with Stuart Young. Sounds like I now have a plan for a winter project :thumbs:
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    Thanks Tim - I've also heard about a place in...

    Thanks Tim - I've also heard about a place in Livingston (DynoWorx) that might be worth speaking to, and I've also just found references to this bike/ECU being used with a Power Commander 3, so there...
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    Dyno/fuel map tuning, old style

    Iíve got a bit of an obscure question, wondering if anyone has any insight!

    I have a bike that is based on a Ď93 900ss engine, but uses a custom EFI system, unrelated to the (much later) 900ssie...
  9. Thread: Help !

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    I went through exactly this with my '66 Monza.....

    I went through exactly this with my '66 Monza.. full story in these two links:

    https://ducatimonza.wordpress.com/2009/10/02/registration/
    ...
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    Sorry to hear this - sounds awful. If you...

    Sorry to hear this - sounds awful.

    If you happen to have Google maps on your smart phone, signed into a google account - be aware that it will have recorded your journey that day (unless you have...
  11. Yes, they were the ones that did some yellow...

    Yes, they were the ones that did some yellow passivating for me last year. Very friendly, very fast. I've got another wee thing that I might need them to do, so will likely be heading back there soon.
  12. To close this off - the ordered part (8211056A)...

    To close this off - the ordered part (8211056A) was exactly right - thanks Derek.
  13. Yes, indeed, but just last year my OCD compelled...

    Yes, indeed, but just last year my OCD compelled me to find a company in Livingston that are able to re-plate/yellow-passivate bolts to the right shade of yellow.

    That said - I think I've managed...
  14. Thanks Derek - I've just been out to the bike,...

    Thanks Derek - I've just been out to the bike, and popped the brake pedal off, and secured the gearshift with that bolt, which fits just fine, so at least I'll be able to get home without being stuck...
  15. Gearshift pivot bolt (037069530) 888/900SS/etc

    Popped into work this morning on the 888 to give it a bit of a shakedown, and to my surprise, the gearshift pivot bolt (037069530) dropped out en-route somewhere, leaving the foot control inoperable....
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    For Sale The original strada in original condition is a...

    The original strada in original condition is a thing of beauty and rarity (but then I'm biased). You oughtn't have much problem selling it - some photos would be nice!
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    Midlife crisis's are useful. As I can't be...

    Midlife crisis's are useful. As I can't be certain of the exact midpoint, I've always arranged to have one at least yearly. More people should do so :)

    Welcome.
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    I've ridden a zero -...

    I've ridden a zero - https://www.zeromotorcycles.com/ca/

    It was a complete blast, I loved it - it is remarkably fast for the size of it (as said elsewhere, instant torque). It was particularly odd...
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    Why was the flywheel rubbing? - is there an issue...

    Why was the flywheel rubbing? - is there an issue with the flywheel, or crank?

    I can sympathise though, I've got a charging issue on my 888 at the moment that I still need to fully diagnose and...
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    I've done this in the past with a normal two or...

    I've done this in the past with a normal two or three-leg puller (can't recall which - I've got both, and have definitely removed the flywheel on my monza). It was on *really* tight though, be...
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