FS: 1995 Ducati 916 Strada – PNW Riders

16 Mar 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on FS: 1995 Ducati 916 Strada – PNW Riders

From . Lynnwood, WA

1995 Ducati 916 Strada

Asking $7900

Between 9500-10,000 miles (I still ride it occasionally so the mileage is subject to change)

All services up to date for the mileage (Valves will need the routine service in about 1000 miles)

New Timing Belts 500 miles ago

New Yuasa Battery this summer (always kept on a battery tender)

Tires have probably 50% tread left (Pilot Roads) but are about 6 yrs old so they’re probably due for an upgrade to some fresh rubber

I have almost all of the original parts. I’m missing the Owners manual, the stock EEPROM, the clutch fluid resivour bracket and a couple miscellaneous bolts have been replaced with non original items.

I’m the 2nd owner of this bike. The original owner was a friend of mine so I know that the bike hasn’t been abused in any way. It’s never been to the track (I was always very tempted to take it to the track but couldn’t stand the thought that it could end up in a pile) and never been down.

I have a clear title in hand and cash talks.

Upgrades / accessories that are on the bike or come with it:

New Yuasa Battery

Pro-Italia vented clutch cover


Yoyodyne Clutch Slave Cylinder

Black Windscreen

Steering head bearings upgraded to tapered roller bearings 500 miles ago

Barnett Clutch (500 miles on it)

Carbon Fiber rear fender, oil cooler cover, exhaust heat shields, ankle guards

Rear wheel stand

Ducati 916 Strada

Karbacher Seat (stock seat is included but was re-cut covered by Corbin by the original owner)

Pro-Italia upper triple clamp (raises the clip-ons an inch or so)

oil filter removal tool

steering stem nut tool

rear ride height measuring tool

alternator cover removal tool (NIB)

Ducati 916 red cloth bike cover.

Wired up for a battery tender.

The bike looks great, rides great, sounds awesome. You’ll be hard pressed to find a cleaner one out there. This is a 916 from the last year they were manufactured in the Varese plant making it more collectible than the later model years (and they didn’t have the flaking rocker problems of the newer 916’s).

Trades? Possibly. but I’ll say up front. No four wheeled vehicles, No boats, No household items. I’ll consider other motorcycles as partial / full trade (or I can kick in cash) depending on what it is. I’m not into cruisers, Harley’s, or touring bikes (sport touring is OK though) of any sort.

Super-motos, Enduros, Adventure bikes, newer cafe-racer/standard bikes, or maybe even the right sport-bike might tickle my fancy. I’ll note that I’m probably not interested in anything more than 5 yrs old right now and I tend to like the more exotic rare.

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