2007 Complete Custom S4Rs - Trades for Rolex!

over 2 years ago
2007 Complete Custom S4Rs - Trades for Rolex!
CH Racing
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Asking $15k trade value or best cash offer (BIKE IS SOLD PENDING FUNDS)
My main interest is in trades, less motivated by a cash sale at this point . . .
This bike is very special to me and I have gotten cold feet and pulled it a few times when listed.
Truth is I do not ride it enough to justify keeping it at this point.
Someone will and should really enjoy this beast.
I am starting to collect watches and would rather a nice trade for the items listed below.
Really motivated to find a nice ceramic bezel sports rolex (blnr or seadweller, possibly a hulk sub) or vintage (5513, 1680, 1675 - ALL ORIGINAL PARTS) however I am interested in many other rolex models as well so please don't hesitate to tell me what you have.
Also interested in gold/silver bars or coins
**This S4RS includes a one of a kind custom steel tank!!! This tank cost me over $3000 and took more than 12 months to get in my hands. It was a HUGE undertaking as it mimics 100% the factory tank and is fitted perfectly to receive the factory fuel pump. It was a seriously difficult one-off project. No one else has one, I promise. The steel tank does away with all of the expanding/fitment issues found with the stock polycarbonate tanks. It balances the bike out very nicely and even got a bit more storage for gas.
This Duc is my absolute dream bike, customized from top to bottom and fresh back from a complete $1,600 service (belts, valves, new clutch pack, fluids, brakes, EVERYTHING) as well as a few more mods (blacked out rads, installed custom road racing front fender, cleaned up license plate area with a new custom low profile bracket). This bike has had two full valve services in its short life on the road and is the best running Duc I've ever owned. This is the LAST of the traditional, four valve monsters Ducati ever made. This is and had been my favorite motorcycle ever, period. Ducati still used the softer, rounded lines and full trellis frame until the newer style in 2008/2009. I've just never been a fan of the new monster.
This Duc boasts the powerful 998 Testastretta L-twin engine, full adjustable front and rear Ohlin suspension in addition to being the last of Ducati's DRY CLUTCH bikes, a true measure of the original monster.
VERY LOW miles at 11,xxx on the ODO, clean title in my possession. Bike needs NOTHING for another 10,000 miles and has had 2 complete services in it's short life. Tires are 90% or better. All manuals, key card, both black ignition keys and red programming key come with the bike. I have every service record and almost every reciept for parts/custom labor since birth. She's been a garage queen and on a trickle charger her whole life, never been down, never seen rain!
I can't possibly begin to name all the upgrades and mods but to name a few it has:
Oz Racing aluminum wheels - $2450
Custom fabricated front steering damper mount, instrument panel, headlight & signal mount - $950
Lowered headlight and gauges - $180
Custom fabricated STEEL gas tank with higher capacity and no expanding nonsense as found with the junky factory poly tanks (this was a HUGE undertaking as it maintained the original factory fuel pump) $3,200
Ducati Performance race ECU - $550
Custom Boomtubes exhaust - $750
Custom road racing front fender - $450
Custom valve covers with steel mesh openings - $200
Blacked out radiator/oil cooler with custom metal guards - $180
Custom license plate/tail light bracket - $150
CNC Racing aluminum frame plugs - $75
New JT front and rear sprockets - $100
Speedymoto front sprocket cover - $150
New custom black DID chain - $150
Wires rerouted and hidden, all zip ties and stickers removed from frame - $225
Hard anodized Speedymoto top triple and clip ons - $250
Blacked out lower MW triple - $150
Hard anodized fork sleeves - $225
MW custom HID headlight - $350
Ducati Performance gel seat - $250
STS steel hardware all around and aluminum swingarm nut - $75
Itegrated LED turn signal/tail light - $150
Speedymoto frame and fork sliders - $210
Rizoma reservoirs - $250
CRG custom anodized levers - $300
Speedymoto hard anodized rearsets - $500
Arrow steering damper - $450
Motowheels slipper clutch - $1000
Custom matte black paint with matte grey racing checkers and "Foggy" Ductati logo - $1250
Total - $15,170 (plus all labor)
And on and on and on . . . Including labor there is around $20k in upgrades plus cost of the bike. You are getting this one of a kind Monster for less than 50% of what is in it.
I am happy to accommodate local shipping setups. Immediate deposit of $1500 required. I'm more than willing to show the bike in person to anyone in the LA area with a little bit of notice.
Yes, there are cheaper stock bikes but none like this S4RS. I can't leave anything stock and meant to keep this bike forever. This girl would cost around $30k to build IF you could source all the rare parts on her. Needs a good loving home . . . Plenty more pics and happy to answer any questions you have.