Ducati Panigale Bayliss 1st Championship 20th Anniversary - Project Build

KODAKHODAK

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WRS Smoke Tint Screen

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Eazi-Grip - Tank Grips & Ducati Performance Tank Protector

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CNC Racing Carbon Brake Guard

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Shift-Tech Key Carbon Guard Cover

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Brembo Brake & Clutch Socks

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CNC Racing, Clutch Bath close up shot

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Ducati Performance Carbon Front Mud Guard

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Number Series Bayliss Edition #2104

Today was the first real decent ride on the bike, must say the wheels have made the bike feel really nimble and light, definitely noticeable - Overall happy with the results on the project so far, just over 200km on the dash now in the run-in process, looking forward to a few more sunny spring rides here in Canberra, Australia.
 

KODAKHODAK

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Hey lads, I just bought the jet prime button for the throttle side for my V2, question is many recommend the Brembo RCS 17 for the standard calipers, it would be an overkill to got the RCS19 brake pump lever.
Should I stick with the RCS17, what’s everyone thought experience with this Brembo product

cheers
Frank

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BMW Alpina

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Hey lads, I just bought the jet prime button for the throttle side for my V2, question is many recommend the Brembo RCS 17 for the standard calipers, it would be an overkill to got the RCS19 brake pump lever.
Should I stick with the RCS17, what’s everyone thought experience with this Brembo product

cheers
Frank

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Hello KodakHodak,
It's not about higher spec (overkill) but the RCS17 has the right piston diameter to drive your brake caliper without causing any "wooden" feel from a too large master cylinder which will happen if you use the RCS19.
The effort to push is less with RCS17, and the "feel" is also better with RCS17.

If you would like higher spec (without too much price differences) then us the RCS17 CORSA CORTA. (Corsa Corta is an improved and newer version of the RCS line).
I personally use RCS line (Corsa Corta or not) come with the brake light switch, plus you can also swap your current Ducati brake light switch directly to the RCS line so no connector swap or wire splitting required.
 

KODAKHODAK

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Hello KodakHodak,
It's not about higher spec (overkill) but the RCS17 has the right piston diameter to drive your brake caliper without causing any "wooden" feel from a too large master cylinder which will happen if you use the RCS19.
The effort to push is less with RCS17, and the "feel" is also better with RCS17.

If you would like higher spec (without too much price differences) then us the RCS17 CORSA CORTA. (Corsa Corta is an improved and newer version of the RCS line).
I personally use RCS line (Corsa Corta or not) come with the brake light switch, plus you can also swap your current Ducati brake light switch directly to the RCS line so no connector swap or wire splitting required.
so the one I posted would be perfect for my V2
 

BMW Alpina

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KODAKHODAK

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KODAKHODAK

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Wire locked my Grips Tonight, preparing for a track day Nov 20th in SMP Australia

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Might buy a custom black sheet from Eazi-Grip and shape my very own section the black part of the fairing - I think Black rather than clear in this section would look better?

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450km twisted so far, this weekend with 2 days off, should get it close to the first service...
 

KODAKHODAK

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Nice one, I’ll try get out there on the 20th as well. Might be my last one for the year after having a quick look at the available dates.
Hope you’ve been wringing it out on a few bendy roads!
I am working on it will be out this weekend to to get that 1000km - service is booked for the 20th this month, still only Revin it around 6000rpm by November she will be ready for full noise ✌
 

BMW Alpina

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That Carbon Fiber Swing Arm Cover is really nice and make your bike looks even more special. I am surprised Ducati did not include it from the factory since this is the Bayliss ediition.
 

KODAKHODAK

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Hello KodakHodak,
It's not about higher spec (overkill) but the RCS17 has the right piston diameter to drive your brake caliper without causing any "wooden" feel from a too large master cylinder which will happen if you use the RCS19.
The effort to push is less with RCS17, and the "feel" is also better with RCS17.

If you would like higher spec (without too much price differences) then us the RCS17 CORSA CORTA. (Corsa Corta is an improved and newer version of the RCS line).
I personally use RCS line (Corsa Corta or not) come with the brake light switch, plus you can also swap your current Ducati brake light switch directly to the RCS line so no connector swap or wire splitting required.
Just ordered the RCS19 Corsa Corta today from work
 
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