350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

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350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by lewmoto » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:49 pm

I know these are hard to find, but I figure why not take a shot; I need an OEM or good reproduction Silentium muffler and rear shocks for a 350 MK3D. Email me at : lewmoto@verizon.net

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by Craig in France » Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:29 am

Well, on this side of the Pond, Barry Jones has this type of muffler for the MK3:

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Go http://www.classicducati.com/index.php? ... ductId=329

And Mario Sassi has a couple of different types listed:
http://www.oldracingspareparts.com/sing ... 350-450-d/

For shocks: again, Barry (for example) has springs and re-build kits ... Or do you need to start from scratch?

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by machten » Sun Jun 03, 2012 2:17 am

Ian Gowanloch had some genuine Silentiums in that style with MOTO DUCATI on them still in the box. I got one from him about 18 months ago.

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by Craig in France » Sun Jun 03, 2012 5:30 am

machten wrote:Ian Gowanloch had some genuine Silentiums in that style with MOTO DUCATI on them still in the box
Yeh of course, silly me, Kev; Ian would have such a thing (and most like, hundreds of 'em) :-D :-D ?

I arranged to get a genuine Vento tank off Ian. So he says, "Good idea to treat it inside first?" (they're fibreglass, you see). "Yep, ta, do it", says I. Next thing is an e-mail from Ian saying the freakin' sealer flashed off in the tank, almost catching fire and the thing is, as they say round here, foutu.

Agh!

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by machten » Sun Jun 03, 2012 5:56 am

Hiya Craig,
Next thing is an e-mail from Ian saying the freakin' sealer flashed off in the tank, almost catching fire and the thing is, as they say round here, foutu.
Thanks for expanding my limited French vocabulary! And as they say around here..."Bugger!" :doh:

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by lewmoto » Tue Jun 05, 2012 4:41 am

Thanks for your help, guys. I emailed Ian, and he doesn't have any of them left. As for the shocks, yes, I'm 'starting from scratch'.

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by Paddy » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:12 pm

http://www.italian-motorbikes.com/Pagin ... ettore.htm

this guy might point you in the right direction ?

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by Craig in France » Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:22 pm

That's a new name for me, Paddy. Could be useful. Thanks.

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Re: 350 MK3D WTB OEM Muffler, shocks

Post by Paddy » Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:44 am

Cheers Craig, i came across him when looking for a twin exhaust for an Elite.

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