For sale is my 2003 Ducati ST4s ABS with ABS.
I always thought I'd keep this bike forever, but the new bike bug has bitten and she has to go to make space.
She has 50,600 miles (and counting) and I've owned her since about 15,000 miles.
I've done most of the maintenance, with the hard stuff (valves, belts, forks, etc.) being done by Tom Hull in the Mesa area.
If you don't know Tom Hull and you have a Ducati you need to know him.
No one else works on my bike.
Bike runs great.
Only issues are some cosmetic items (bike has 50k miles, it hasn't been sitting in a show room) and it's leaking some oil from the clutch push rod.
If you're familiar with these bikes, it's a common issue. Probably just need to replace the o-rings on the push rod.
I've had to do it before and I actually have the new rings, just haven't done it.
Aside from that, here's a run down on everything, including the stuff I've added to the bike:
- Fresh oil change last week
Flushed cooling system last week
Brand new Lithium battery last week
Brand new fuel pump (Bosch), fuel filter, and in-tank fuel lines 2 months ago
Rear tire is practically new - probably around 500 miles on it.
Replaced the chain and sprockets when I did the rear tire.
Front tire probably needs to be replaced.
Valve adjustment done and belts replaced around 45k miles by Tom Hull.
Ducati Designs headlight.
If you know anything about these bikes, the original lights sucked.
This was a $600 upgrade.
Ducati Designs LED tail light
Ducati Designs phone mount
Forks rebuilt with heavier Race Tech Springs
Rear spring replaced with heavier spring
Desmo Times cooling fan bypass switch installed.
Replaced all the starting circuit wiring with upgraded heavy-duty wires
Voltmeter installed on the dash panel
Pazzo shorty levers installed
Custom Sargent seat installed (also have original seat)
Carbon Fiber Arrow exhaust cans installed.
Motor has been tuned to the pipes so there is no popping or anything.
They sound beastly.
I rebuilt the clutch with billet parts at around 27 k miles, including billet pressure plate, and spring retainer.
It's a Ducati dry clutch with an open cover.
I replaced the stainless steel clutch springs about a year ago.
I also have a spare set of brand new clutch plates.
- Desmo Times foot peg lowering brackets
- Installed brand new Oberon billet clutch slave cylinder a couple years ago.
- Various other billet parts you can see in the pics (countershaft cover, generator cover plate, brake and clutch reservoir covers)
- I have 2 keys plus the magic red master key.
I have 1 original key for the locking hard bags and 1 duplicate backup key.
I've ridden this bike all over AZ, to california, and I rode it to Montana and back a few years ago including doing 1,000 miles in one day from here to Idaho.
It's a great touring bike.
If you are seriously interested, I'll show the bike and point out everything.
It's been maintained well and runs great.
Title is clear and in hand.
Local pick up is best obviously.
If it's to be shipped, buyer is responsible for arrangements.
I can deliver within reason.