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post #11 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-26-2019, 08:31 AM
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At last i got my head out of my a** and ordered a unpainted belly pan. Not CF. Should be here at the end of this week. Ordered some paint to. Hope to get that Star White Silk to match the bike.
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At last i got my head out of my a** and ordered a unpainted belly pan. Not CF. Should be here at the end of this week. Ordered some paint to. Hope to get that Star White Silk to match the bike.
Nice, interested in hearing how well you can match the paint in case I or others ever need to attempt a repair. Iím not a painter, but suspect primer/under coats will be important.

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I know it won't be easy...
But i will give it a try.
I got a local paint dealer who found the color code.
Primer- base colour- top colour- matt clearcoat.
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I bought that unpainted bellypan from Germany and had my garage where I service the bike paint it. They said they bought the Ducati silk white paint, done two coats, but it still came out a bit more yellow than the rest of the bike, so they had to colour match several times, so it took them just over a month. Picking it up tomorrow evening, will post some pics with the result 🤞
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Finally picked her up with the belly pan painted white. The colour matches perfectly, I'm very happy! Could take a good picture however as it was already dark, but here you go
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Finally picked her up with the belly pan painted white. The colour matches perfectly, I'm very happy! Could take a good picture however as it was already dark, but here you go
That looks awesome...I'm debating when to make this purchase and also whether to change out the exhaust. Of course, having the money to add these changes is a must

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Finally picked her up with the belly pan painted white. The colour matches perfectly, I'm very happy! Could take a good picture however as it was already dark, but here you go
That looks really good
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Thanks, here are some photos from today's ride.
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Thanks, here are some photos from today's ride.
You have to wonder why Ducati (and other manufacturers) chose to expose the catalytic converter instead of extending the fairing to cover that eyesore. It's not because there's "too much heat", as that issue can be controlled with proper insulation. One of the worst offenders in the new BMW S1000RR.
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You have to wonder why Ducati (and other manufacturers) chose to expose the catalytic converter instead of extending the fairing to cover that eyesore. It's not because there's "too much heat", as that issue can be controlled with proper insulation. One of the worst offenders in the new BMW S1000RR.
It could be to help dissipate the heat.
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