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    Cobbling together a Ducati 350

    The bikes themselves I don't particularly love. On the other hand, the motors are awesome. Lacey Ducati offers everything to make them a bangin little powerplant, so it'll be my job to design the rest around it.
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    Cobbling together a Ducati 350

    350 single springer head. Looks to be 1968 widecase.
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    Cobbling together a Ducati 350

    Man, it's been a minute since I've been on here. Anyhow, in the very early stages of making something new for myself. Snagged a ducati 350 for dirt cheap on Ebay, now need to de ide what to do with it. Motor was sold ss parts, but it appears its anything but. The piston is about as rusted on as...
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    "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week!

    https://longisland.craigslist.org/mcy/6662961546.html
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    What did you build this week?

    My new line of work
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    What did you build this week?

    Lol. It is just fancy exhaust after all ;D. Made more progress. I'm amazed how easy this is.
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    What did you build this week?

    Trying something different. Have to make the linkage and valve tubing yet, but so far so good.
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    2002 ducati monster 750ie

    2002 ducati monster 750 with 12k miles. Bike has single sided swingarm, forks, and wheels from a 998. Rest of the work is as follows: Sargent seat, New tires (not pictured), brake pads, fluid, lines, grips, belts fork oil, oil/filter, koso multi gauge, custom exhaust, plate bracket, signals...
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    "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week!

    https://longisland.craigslist.org/mcy/6548939761.html I can personally vouch for this bike, close to perfect.
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Jig is up, and frame is in. I hacked out more of the frame than i did originally, and made a solid plan, just waiting on metal now. Motor is moving up 1.5 inches, and will be better aligned. I have to say, with a jig, this is almost easy. The plan is new downtubes (again) now that i hacked the...
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Once i get it in the jig, youll see 8)
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Lol. Glad we can help
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Still a backbone, but reall cool design. I decided i am going to chop this frame up and start there. 3 reasons. 1. I was to use original gears lined up perfectly. 2. I want to fab a more aesthetically pleasing design. 3. I wanna put hard miles on this, so i want it overbuilt.
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Yep! The problem is its taken too long. At this point with my lathe and frame jig its probably faster to start fresh. I can do a wick frame design im itching to try, and i have a different set of wheels i even want to use.
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    The Amalgam: honda past meets present, take 2! or 3?

    Lol. But i can service the motor in frame this way! I may tweak it a little, on the fence. To be honest im on the fence about just building a whole new one now that i have a jig.
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