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04-18-2015 11:57 AM
Duckhunter Lmao ! Never was big on Camo.

The keys... the box of blanks is still sitting next to my key cutter.
04-18-2015 10:36 AM
The Stig Duckhunter? I imagine a guy with a duck whistle in camouflage.

Speaking of DHC, when are you going to make some 100% carbon ignition keys for us (Or at least metal ones with a carbon RC51 knob)?
04-18-2015 09:34 AM
BritRC
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@BritRC I dunno what you mean ? ( see attached )

Duckhunter; feeding your carbon fetish since 2014
04-18-2015 08:46 AM
The Stig
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@The Stig , You can come ride mine anytime buddy
Your's is the sorted example I could imagine riding. Maybe someday & likewise, if you want to try out a sorted SP2. Shame there's a biiiig pond between each of us with our bikes!
04-18-2015 12:26 AM
Duckhunter @The Stig , You can come ride mine anytime buddy
@BritRC I dunno what you mean ? ( see attached )

And of course, welcome to the forum Millsp1.
04-17-2015 07:26 PM
The Stig 996's are cheap now and I recently begun to feel tempted, but then I remembered the maintenance and build quality. My brother's 916 has cost him a lot, incl. an engine rebuild. Meh, not for me. It's why I bought an SP instead!

I see Aprilias cheaply too, better than a Ducati but parts availability, etc. would bug me and they're not so pretty in my eyes.

The SP's have all I need. Someday I'd like to ride a sorted SP1 for a day so I can feel the difference.
04-17-2015 05:43 PM
BritRC Welcome Davie,

Some great scenery up there, just of late it seems a snow mobile would be the best way to appreciate it.

Nice to see another UK member.

Great bunch on here, just watch out for Duckhunter he's our resident pusher, and he will get you hooked on a carbon habit before you know what's happened.
04-17-2015 05:12 PM
Millsp1 Thanks for the welcome, the sp2 is just that bit smoother & nicer to ride than the sp1, but the sp1 was the most invigorating ride on 2 wheels, should never have sold the sp1 but an 04 plate RSVR was on offer, excellent bike, then a 1999 Ducati 996 which I thought was going to self destruct every time I went out, the sp2's a keeper.

Once again Cheers
04-16-2015 08:51 PM
The Stig Welcome. Although I only went to Scotland once for a week some 25 years ago, it remains indelibly beautiful in my mind. A great place to own an SP, assuming there's no danger of getting caught enjoying it fully.

Would also be interested to hear what your experiences are of SP1 & SP2 compared.

There's a lot of knowledge & enthusiasm for SP's here, but few have owned both SP1 & SP2. Post pics when you can too please.
04-16-2015 05:11 PM
budoka Howya Davie and welcome along.
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