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I originally built this bike around 1989. The current motor & electrics are from a wrecked 750 Paso. This bike originally started out as 650cc with the motor, wheels, brakes & front suspension borrowed from my Cagiva 650SS Alazurra road bike, with this set-up we successfully competed around NZ, winning Bears Winter Series F1 class back in the early 90's.
The Frame & Glasswork are locally made, with the frame being a copy of Robert Holden's Velicchi TT2 frame.
I can't say much about the motor, other than it is carburetted & still runs Std pistons, cams & electrics. I rebuilt & detailed the motor, building a tuned exhaust system.
It has won F2 & Superstock Ltd. Bears races, running in the top 6 of the F1 class.
Biggest buzz! Ran 4th overall (as a 650) in the Open Bears races at the WSB meeting at Manfield (Raymonde Roche was riding an 888 in WSB), we (Dave Moore) were racing against the Britten & NZ's other top Bears bikes.
Motor: 1988 Ducati 750 Paso
Weight: 135Kgs with oil & 3 litres of fuel.
Fuel: Runs best on +100 octane Av. gas
Tyres: 17" Treaded sports tyres to allow Street & Fomula classes.