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2002 Ducati ST4S - Sold

18,800 miles with a FULL service done at 18,000 by LT Snyder of Desmo Times. Included in that service was valve adjustment, new belts, new fluids, new synthetic oil, new gold chain, and new sprockets. I have the records for the service and also the records for the previous service history.

The ST4S was the strongest of the Ducati ST series and came stock with the following:

996 motor (120+ horsepower with exhaust and ECU chip)
Ohlins Rear Shock
Nitrate Coated Front Forks
Lightweight Marchesini Wheels
Aluminum Swingarm

Additional Aftermarket Extras:

Termignoni exhaust with ECU chip
Corbin Seat with removable passenger backrest
Manual cooling fan switch
Desmo Times axle cover plates
Billet Reservoir Covers
Carbon rear fender and chain guard
Evoluzione clutch slave cylinder
Rear Hyper-lites
Battey Tender connection



This bike was completely custom painted by the owner of the old Ducati dealership in Milwaukee called Corse Superbikes. He did the pearl white with red frame and wheels to match some of the new Ducati models being released in the same color scheme. It also has a red stripe running the middle length of the bike. All the aluminum has been anodized black, with some small pieces changed to gold. The attention to detail on this bike is amazing. It was the cover bike for Motorcycle Dealer News magazine back in 2007 and I have an issue to go with the bike.

This bike looks fantastic and runs even better. It is a super strong, light weight sport tourer. Very comfortable, even two up. It needs nothing.

The bike has the original tool kit, owner's manual, and the red key with the security code.

$6000 or trade for a Brutale - Sold

Bike is located in Fairhope, Alabama (Mobile area)

e-mail [email protected] if you would like more pictures or info.​
 

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Bryan, you're two for two selling wierdo stuff here! :stickpoke:)
 

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Ducati Dude...

Bryan, you're two for two selling wierdo stuff here! :stickpoke:)
Randy, that bike would have matched your Monster S4RS quite nicely:) I almost tried to hit you up to make another purchase, but a Ducati dude stepped up that saw it at the Barber Vintage Festival.

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Randy, do you think that Kelly would have liked this thing or am I still on the hook for buying a Concours?

Good question Al.......the safe bet would be the Kawasaki......at about twice the purchase price of a 9 year old Ducati. The ST4 is a very nice scoot, but I'd stay with the Kawi for what I use it for.

Come back and visit, and I'll let you take her for a ride two up.
 
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