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Ducati 900 NCR SPECS 1983

Oversized Forged Lightened 'Over' Hi Compression Pistons
NCR Ported & Flowed Head Larger Ports & Decreased angles
1mm larger intake valves set at a steeper angle
Polished & Balanced Crank
Stress Relieved Rockers
Stelite Valve Guides
Cams: Lightened & Polished (not stock & not Imola)
Rods Polished & stress relieved
Malossi 41.5mm Carbs
Marvic Streamline sand cast 3 spoke wheels
Clutch Basket drilled polished & Stress relieved (Still a wet clutch)
Polished rear All. Swing arm with Ride height adjustability
2 into 1 NCR full exhaust system
Remote oil cooler & lines
Full NCR Race prepping of Engine
All cables & Hoses Braided
Brembo gold line brakes F & R
Removal of all ancillary frame lugs
Instrument & Ignition key removal Idiot lights installed
Fibreglass fairing (2 Piece)
I Piece seat & Tank unit
NCR Worked & Strengthened close ratio gearbox.
Dry cell Battery under seat mount.
Remote front brake reservoir

Street Legal Additions for California

Brake light
Baffle in pipe
Air cleaners
Idle circuit installed in Carbs
Quick Detach Headlight
Rear Directionals virtually hidden under seat
Corbin Seat (do not have original)
Wrapping of Brake braided Lines
Wrapping of Exhaust to increase scavenging
Bar End Mirror

Seat, Screen, Rear shock, Footpegs, some stickers & all street legal additions are not OE for this bike. Complete disassembly of bike for total restoration in 1993. Paint is not original but very VERY good. Hand pinstriped with NCR Decals correct.

Bike has no speedo or odometer genuine mileage unknown but thought to be very low. Had an hour meter fitted for some time & this stopped through seizure from lack of use. Everything & every part on the bike is polished or restored to showroom condition. Small bubbles under paint around gas filler & small stress lines in fiberglass fairing & tank/seat barely noticeable.

Exceptional maintenance & storage procedures followed. I have an '84 900 Hailwood as well & the NCR feels bike feels noticeably lighter & stronger. I expect it is around 85-90 horses but no Dyno.

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