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  1. Selling Monster Carbon fibre license plate holder $50. http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/421944-Ducati-Monster-Carbon-fibre-license-plate-holder?p=8234389#post8234389
  2. Selling Monster Carbon fibre license plate holder $50. http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/421944-Ducati-Monster-Carbon-fibre-license-plate-holder?p=8234389#post8234389
  3. Selling 2002 M400 http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/413116-FS-Low-mileage-FV864L-2002-Ducati-Monster-400?p=8137469#post8137469
  4. Cool. Thought my eyes were playing tricks on me .. thanks for posting
  5. Hiya, I saw a blue monster with hard (non-Ducati) panniers and low pipes along PIE. Anyone has a pic of that bike with the panniers? Cheers
  6. The servos is linked to the ABS module unit so you can't have ABS without servos. The handling is ok with conventional brakes, change to braided and for me the feel is better instead of the brickwall stopping of the servos. Glad to know that the "op" was successful. Did the mech make sure that your rear brake light still works? Cheers Cat
  7. Hiya, The concept of what I did was to remove my entire ABS system because the servo brakes are linked to it. You can't have one without the other. Basically it involves the removal of the ABS module, and then rigging up the brakes in the conventional way. I also took the opportunity (and I think it necessary) to change the hoses to braided ones to improve the brakes. Without the removal of the servos, trail braking is quite difficult, if not impossible. Check out the ABS removal thread on the Net. e.g. this: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=479126&highlight=Remo
  8. Hiya, Did it myself at a motorshop. I am sure that some shops can do it for ya. Cheers Cat
  9. Hi, Not a R1150RT but a R1150R. Decided to dump it because I use my rear brake in lane-splitting and decided that I am better off without it. Trawl through the net, there is a write-up somewhere. Brakes are now conventional and still firm. Cheers Cat
  10. Hiya, I do stand corrected, but I thought I saw one fellow rider posted that his family is in the machining business. I am looking to machine some bike parts, and appreciate if someone can point me to that contact if possible. Cheers cat
  11. Thanks for the feedback on the RAM mount. Read somewhere that vibrations can damage a GPS, hence my question. Re mini-handhelds, I am pretty happy with my Vista HCx, perhaps for people looking at the 60CSx, might be a good option. Plus prices had came down. Cheers Cat
  12. IMHO the tail chop is nice. I agree that the free shower bit is quite off-putting. The stock beer-tray is not that nice IMHO, apart from the DP carbon ones and a chop, what other alternatives are there? Thanks for the feedback; I'm out at sea when it comes to Ducatis. I would have thought the tail chop can be reversible; just insert a smaller bar inside and then weld back? Cheers Cat
  13. IMHO the tail chop is nice. I agree that the free shower bit is quite off-putting. The stock beer-tray is not that nice IMHO, apart from the DP carbon ones and a chop, what other alternatives are there? Thanks for the feedback; I'm out at sea when it comes to Ducatis. Cheers Cat
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