"It is not a stock paint, the body panels are sharkskinz, painted silver with custom vinyl decals clear coated over. You should be able to find passenger pegs and rear tail on e-bay..
The bike has a clear Ducati 748RS title, registered in Iowa.. I purchased the engine with 1500 miles on it, and have put on around 500.. All of the wiring and gauges are off of a separate TLR I purchased off of e-bay. I will have to check to see what the odometer reads since it was off of a different bike. It has a new rear tire, oil has recently been changed, it has a IGT air filer, a manual fan switch, Termi exhaust, quick change rear sprocket with new sprockets and chain, it has a power commander, dzus fasteners, custom under tail LED turn signals and rear brake light and a lightweight front fairing bracket. I made the bike easy to use and work on if needed. The fuses are all located on the front right of the bike, easy to access it needed, and all of the controls minus the ignition switch are TRL. The bike has a Ducati key that will unlock the gas cap and keep everyone wondering what it is.. Since the wiring is TLR all of the sensors and speed work just like on a TLR includeding the temp gauge. I put the manual fan switch on because I used a stock Ducati radiator and I wanted to have more control of the temp.. There is so much more, but this is a little bit about it.."
"I purchased the Ducati with a blown engine and the engine I purchased was just the engine and throttle bodies.. All of the extra Ducati part I have sold, like the gauge cluster, because I knew I was going to use the TLR's.
Here is the story about why I did this conversion. One day I was out surfing the net and came across Rechulen and noticed they had a kit to do this engine swap.. And after repeated attempts to contact them, I decided to make my own brackets. Keep in mind that I was able to use laser cutters and press-brakes to create them. After months of work and sourcing out parts I think I ended up with a very unique bike.. I had no issues with the title or registration. The RS is a rare bike and since I have owned Ducati's I know how pricey the parts are, and I have always really loved the TLR engine.. I just really don't have the time to ride and would like to have someone else enjoy it.."
"I found a shipping scale and was able to get a number for the TL996R.. She came in at just over 418 with a half tank of gas.."
Tyler B. Young, PT, DPT, MS, ATC, CSCS, PES
CrossFit Level 1