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« on: November 09, 2013, 10:56:21 pm »

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FS: 2006 Ducati 999S - Superbike - 9914 mi - ZDM1UB5V96B015882 - $11250.00 obo  



This lovely 999S is a one owner local bike, well maintained and accessorized.  All manuals, records, keys and code card included.  







Basic Details:
• One owner 2006 Ducati 999S
• Full Ohlins suspension
• Ohlins steering damper
• No damage or stories
• Aculign adjustable rearsets
• Braking wave rotors
• Ferracci billet gas cap
• Speedymoto gold pressure plate
• Speedymoto open clutch cover
• Speedymoto under fairing frame sliders
• Speedymoto axle sliders
• Smoke tall windshield
• Sargent seat
• Paulimoto reservoir covers
• CRG levers
• STM slave cylinder
• STM red frame plugs
• Ducati Performance carbon
• Termignoni Slip on exhaust
• Power Commander tuned by Marty Dahl
• Suspension tuned by KFG Racing
• License plate relocator
• All recepts
• Red key and two black keys
• Manuals and code card
• Stock ECU and exhaust available
• New Yuasa battery just installed





















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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2013, 12:37:23 am »

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« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2013, 03:58:24 am »

 Drool :leghump: Inlove  ooh la la! That's my second favorite Ducati of all time! With my 1st favorite Duc being the 999R... Sweet!
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« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2013, 01:13:48 pm »

Seems a bit high to me and it's going to be due for an expensive 12K service soon.
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« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2013, 01:35:08 pm »

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« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2013, 01:59:30 pm »


Seems a bit high to me and it's going to be due for an expensive 12K service soon.


I do agree w/ the price being a bit off but it's still purdy & nice! Service smervish. I personally don't care aboot service expenses.
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« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2013, 12:32:24 am »

99.9% of the bikes we sell are sold on consignment.  We work hard to determine a fair market value and take many things into consideration like future maintenance, overall condition, add on's, availability of similar models, NADA, KBB, Ebay, forums, etc..  

We certainly understand that add on goodies offer a minimal return for the $$ invested but seriously guys if you are going to come onto a sellers thread and say the price is out of line maybe you can offer some supporting evidence?   Certainly want to do our job and get the bike sold for its owner so tell us why you think "price is a bit off" and we will talk to the owner about adjusting his price.  
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« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2013, 12:53:00 am »

One thing that would give me pause is that it's got a 12k service coming up. Those are pricey. Yeah, people might not care about that but I certainly would and I've owned several Ducati's.

Additionally you can pick up an 848 for not much more than what is being asked for this bike and they get newer technology. If someone is paying cash then $2k might be a bigger deal but if someone is financing new then they would go that route and take the factory incentives.

FWIW, KBB is $9300.

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« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2013, 01:00:20 am »

Awesome motorcycle!  GLWS
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« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2013, 01:12:28 am »


One thing that would give me pause is that it's got a 12k service coming up. Those are pricey. Yeah, people might not care about that but I certainly would and I've owned several Ducati's.

Additionally you can pick up an 848 for not much more than what is being asked for this bike and they get newer technology. If someone is paying cash then $2k might be a bigger deal but if someone is financing new then they would go that route and take the factory incentives.

FWIW, KBB is $9300.

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Thank you for your thoughts, so Nada shows it at 10200, local duc dealer has same year/model priced 1250 higher so who's right?  Supply and demand will always factor in.    Future maintenance is a consideration but when it comes time for 12K we will be able to offer factory recommended service for a bit under $1200 parts and labor.  

As far as 848 goes I certainly wouldn't give it the nod for that much more advanced technology.  999 had a much more tuneable chassis not counting the ohlins which adds to the adjustability/desirability.    
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