Italianiron & Britiron Product Post #9, 03 Ducati 900 Supersport IE Bits

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At Italianiron/BritIron Classics, let us "Fuel Your Race Passions" is not just a slogan but a commitment, whether you are building a vintage Ducati TT racer for competition or a Ducati F1 vintage street bike or even a modern Ducati 900 ss IE Senna. In addition to our comprehensive portfolio of chrome-moly TT chassis kits and bodywork kits we are also highlighting our product portfolio in greater detail to include unique projects that we continue to uncover. Such is the case of another "Italian Stallion", an 03 Ducati 900 ss IE Senna that could be a great build for the right enthusiast. I am listing the major bits separately but always can offer at a "package" price. Contact me with your questions at Italianiron7@gmail.com. Shown below is the bodywork and know that we have the seat and rear subframe panels as well. Have listed as a bodywork kit but am open to offers for specific items. Happy to send additional photos upon request.

 

https://www.italianiron.com/products/ducati-900-ss-ie-senna-bodywork

The heart of any project is the engine and in this case we have a previously running Ducati 900 cc IE engine (around 11k miles on the clock according to the gauges). This is an air-cooled, four-stroke, 900cc, twin cylinder fuel injected engine that I purchased from a Ducati club member who was moving back home to the east coast. It is my preference to keep the engine together but will part out if necessary. We also have the OEM fuel injection system, air box and wiring loom that will be made available to complete this offering. This engine with or without the injection system would be an ideal engine to use in one of our chrome-moly Ducati TT racer frames as a track-day "weapon" or as a striking classic street bike.

https://www.italianiron.com/products/ducati-900-ss-ie-senna-engine

Also available for purchase is this 03 Ducati 900 ss IE Senna frame. The VIN number is: ZDM1LC4N22B011550 and this frame will be sold with a valid Arizona US title and bill of sale. The frame from this Ducati 900 ss IE Senna is NOT a salvage bike. There is no obvious external damage to this 900 ss IE Senna frame and it appears straight as it rode true. There are no other imperfections other than normal wear. Further, due to knowing the previous owner, I know that the bike was well taken care of. To be sure, modern Ducati 900 ss IE motorcycles are exquisite in their design and world renown for their performance. Steering head also appears to be in good working order. There are yokes/triple clamps that can be included in this particular offering. 

 

https://www.italianiron.com/products/ducati-900-ss-ie-oem-senna-frame-zdm1lc4n22b011550

Shown below for purchase is another key component of this Ducati 900 ss IE Senna project in the form of an aluminum swingarm. It is quite a work of art in itself. This swingarm offering does include the rear axle, however, the Ohlins rear shock and 5 spoke wheel set have already been sold. There also appears to be no road rash and any imperfections come from normal wear and usage. The intent of this offering is to provide to that builder core components to build a unique "special" or conversely to offer individual spare parts to those owners of these historic motorcycles to keep their machines on the road. 

 

https://www.italianiron.com/products/ducati-900-ss-ie-senna-aluminum-oem-swingarm

At Italianiron BritIron Classics, we offer a wide spectrum of race quality spares for the Ducati TT, Pantah, F1 racers as well as for the Norton Manx and Norton Commando racers. We also have a large amount of OEM items for vintage Ducati's and Nortons. Check out our Italianiron.com website for Ducati, TT, Molnar Manx and BritIron bits. We remain committed to supporting the world of Vintage Motorcycle Racing as well as to supporting those specialty bike builders as a supplier of quality chassis, bodywork and specialty racing spare parts.  At Italianiron.com, let us "Fuel Your Race Passions" is not just a slogan but a commitment whether you are building a vintage TT racer for competition, a Ducati F1 vintage street bike, a classic Norton Commando or Manx or a 900 ss IE Senna


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