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Author:  Alex [ Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Ducati Pantah Racer

Hello everybody.I know this Forum for a longer time and got some good informations for working on my Ducatis.
Now I decided to register and I want to introduce me.I am from Germany and I race Ducati Belt Drive Models since early 90ies.
This days I build a Pantah racer,used for Classic races.Picture is from Anneau de Rhin,a french Racetrack.
750 ccm,Dellorto 38 mm,Marzocchi fork,Yamaha R6 Yockes,Öhlins rear shocks,PVM Wheels,Brembo P08 ORO

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Author:  ducttf1 [ Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:23 am ]
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Nice machine Alex! Welcome to the Forum. How bout a picture of the other side of your beauty? Lou

Author:  Cal [ Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ducati Pantah Racer

Yes.....welcome and lets hear and see some more :)

Author:  Alex [ Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:47 am ]
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We do some more work on the bike.My son milled a pair of triple clamps for the Marzocchi fork.On a old Deckel FP2 milling machine,no CNC,all by hand :D . Anodized in Titanium coulor.
And a picture of the other side of the bike.
Still working at some more details.Hope to run at the Spa 4 hours classic race.We have been there with our Bimota KB1 Racer.Legendary Racetrack.

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Author:  Cal [ Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:11 am ]
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Very nice......those clamps are a work of art..........

Author:  583 [ Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:10 am ]
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Yes very nice job.
Did you keep the same set up of standard clamps on the new one?

Author:  Alex [ Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:56 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ducati Pantah Racer

Hi Filippo
We used Yamaha R6 Clamps and bushed them to the 38 mm Marzocchi tubes.But the Yamaha parts were to wide.We had to use a longer axle and bigger spacers.If the bike got a heavy impact on the front in a fast curve ,the fork was twisted.The brake pistons went a little bit backwards.
Not a good feeling at the next hairpin bend.
But offset is the same as the Yamaha parts.The clamps are as narrow as possible to fit the brake disc.
We hope for a better stability.
This weekend we changed the rear brake from 240 mm to 220 mm diameter.Using a selfmade brake anchor plate.A small grimeca caliper is mounted.
Together with front discs with less weight we could save around 1,4 kg of weight.

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