Ducati deodorant

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Ducati deodorant

Post by Lumpy » Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:53 pm

Here it is!!! Now you can not only own a Ducati, you can smell like one too.
http://www.esavingsfreshscents.com.au/d ... t/?website

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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by wdietz186 » Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:45 am

Obviously they are targeting the late superbike owners. It describes an oriental, fruity, feminine scent suitable for daytime wear! Definitely not for we macho bevel owners! We need a bacony, sizzling fat, smokey, oppressive cloud surrounding us.

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Post by Peter Mille » Thu Aug 10, 2017 12:18 pm

wdietz186 wrote:
Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:45 am
Obviously they are targeting the late superbike owners. It describes an oriental, fruity, feminine scent suitable for daytime wear! Definitely not for we macho bevel owners! We need a bacony, sizzling fat, smokey, oppressive cloud surrounding us.
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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by wdietz186 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:25 pm

HAH! I've got a name for it too, Eau de Valve Guide. The scent that catches up to you when you stop. Everyone swoons!

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Post by ducadini » Thu Aug 10, 2017 11:24 pm

A drip of ricinus-oil in the gastank and everyone around You OR runs away (the woussies) OR get's reminded of how REAL bikes smelled in the 70's :-D :-D
BTW, my old belstaff smells enough ;)

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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by wdietz186 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 7:15 am

I've been running some Blendzall octane booster in my fuel,it has castor in it and it smells like racing! Seems to make my Buell run a bit better too but could just be the aroma.

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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by ducadini » Sun Aug 13, 2017 5:46 am

I knew there was another word for ricinius-oil : Castoroil.
Learned another english word (or re-learned ;-)

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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by Steve Foster » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:01 am

I've been running some Blendzall octane booster in my fuel,it has castor in it and it smells like racing! Seems to make my Buell run a bit better too but could just be the aroma.
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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by Steve Foster » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:09 am

I've been running some Blendzall octane booster in my fuel,it has castor in it and it smells like racing! Seems to make my Buell run a bit better too but could just be the aroma.
How much are you adding per litre/gallon? I'm not really interested in a performance boost but I remember standing at a bust stop waiting to catch a bus to school in the early 70's and this guy would ride past at the same time every day on a '72 750 GT with coarse gold metalflake fibreglass bodywork and the smell was just fantastic. I think it was Castrol or Shell A racing fuel with castor oil - the best air-freshener ever emanating from the best sounding exhaust pipes ever!
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Re: Ducati deodorant

Post by wdietz186 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:49 am

With the Blendzall octane booster I've been using about 1oz. per gallon which is less than recommended on the bottle but enough to give that sweet hint of racing. Using any of the 2 stroke castors I would probably start with around a 60:1 mix and see how it smells [tuning by nose?] you could possibly run into fouled plugs if it is mixed too rich.

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