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Interesting... I never noticed an issue with that on the 1199. It does have that slack, but I don't feel it while riding.
 

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Interesting... I never noticed an issue with that on the 1199. It does have that slack, but I don't feel it while riding.
You may be right here as far as not noticing. Let me get the bike first, (within two weeks) and I'll decide from there.
 
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Panigalespacers.com ( they are actually on eBay )
I didn't know Ducati even had spacers. Can't they just throw those on when they are assembling the d**n thing and charge $30 more for the bike.
The 'Ducati' ones are not factory parts. I beleive they were commissioned by a dealer; Ducati Omaha, I think.
 

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Do you guys know what kind of plastic they used to make the spacers? It looks like the spacers were 3D printed, so I feel like if I just had the dimensions I could 3D print one for a lot cheaper than $30, unless there is some other special things happening that I'm unaware of.
 

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...I feel like if I just had the dimensions I could 3D print one for a lot cheaper than $30, unless there is some other special things happening that I'm unaware of.
you definitely could, but why would you invest time and money when you can just have it done and completed - that's why I got them coming. Just going through testing different manufacturers materials would take weeks if not longer...
 

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I looked up some videos on YouTube about the spaces, and I think I'd really like the elimination of the play in the throttle, but does anyone know of any disadvantages that might come with these spacers, if any?
 
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