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DUC POND MOTORSPORTS NOW OPEN!
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DUC POND MOTORSPORTS NOW OPEN! - November 20, 2006, 04:56 PM

Duc Pond is now a factory authorized dealer! We can now order new bikes, parts, apparel, accessories and get warranty work done that is not only very friendly, but very competent as well. No one knows Ducati's better than Donnie in the area.

For a while there we were all at the mercy of colemans and their terrible customer service.


We now have a choice! I encourage all Ducati owners in the area to take their bikes to Duc Pond. I will gladly take my bike and my money to someone who appreciates my business. Guess I know where I am buying my next Ducati.

http://www.ducpond.com/index.html


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Hey...I've beaten that guy before!!!



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November 22, 2006, 12:59 PM

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Duc Pond is now a factory authorized dealer! We can now order new bikes, parts, apparel, accessories and get warranty work done that is not only very friendly, but very competent as well. No one knows Ducati's better than Donnie in the area.

For a while there we were all at the mercy of colemans and their terrible customer service.


We now have a choice! I encourage all Ducati owners in the area to take their bikes to Duc Pond. I will gladly take my bike and my money to someone who appreciates my business. Guess I know where I am buying my next Ducati.

http://www.ducpond.com/index.html


Dean
I emailed them last summer about getting service work done but never got a reply. Maybe they had server issues? I will have to check him out this spring, its a nice ride for me to his shop.


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November 22, 2006, 01:06 PM

Last summer, it was just Donnie working part time, so he really couldn't move bikes along that quickly. He very recently picked up the Ducati franchise, so now he's looking for more business. He's getting bikes in and out lickety split now. Call him and give them a try!


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November 22, 2006, 01:16 PM

Awesome. Glad to see another choice round heah


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November 22, 2006, 02:14 PM

If I had a Duc I wouldn't take it anywhere else.


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November 28, 2006, 08:08 PM

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Last summer, it was just Donnie working part time, so he really couldn't move bikes along that quickly. He very recently picked up the Ducati franchise, so now he's looking for more business. He's getting bikes in and out lickety split now. Call him and give them a try!
Thanks for the info and that explains it. I will have to give him a try for sure. I plan on getting my PCIII custom mapped and changing my sprockets and chain out in the spring.


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November 29, 2006, 07:02 AM

Also as a plug for donnie, the man does incredible work, and really puts his heart and soul into the bikes.

If anyone is getting a 1098, I would highly recomend ducpond...AND the bike
(oh yeah, new article out, 160hp base, 90ft-lbs of torque, 381lb dry--note that wet weight the 999R was only 10lbs heavier than a GSX-R1000...and this bike is 22lbs lighter than the 999R)

Also, ducati published the power increase associated with the termi system and ECU (that the tri-colore gets stock)--8%. That means, assuming normal ducati driveline loss factors, with the system the bike should put 155-160hp to the rear wheel and 85-90ft-lbs of torque


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November 29, 2006, 01:45 PM

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Also, ducati published the power increase associated with the termi system and ECU (that the tri-colore gets stock)--8%. That means, assuming normal ducati driveline loss factors, with the system the bike should put 155-160hp to the rear wheel and 85-90ft-lbs of torque
Ahhhh... music to my ears...

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