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Carburetor 50cc 2 Stroke Honda Elite Kymco SYM Scooter M CA25
Carburetor 50cc 2 Stroke Honda Elite Kymco SYM Scooter M CA25
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Motorcycle Engine Carburetor Carbon Dirt Removal Cleaning Tools Kit For Ducati
Motorcycle Engine Carburetor Carbon Dirt Removal Cleaning Tools Kit For Ducati
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Carburetor Honda Elite SA50 SA50P Scooter Moped Carb
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Motorcycle Engine Carburetor Carbon Dirt Removal Cleaning Tools Kit For Ducati
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INTAKE MANIFOLD HONDA HELIX CN250 CN 250 ELITE CH250 CARB INSULATOR 9 IN12
INTAKE MANIFOLD HONDA HELIX CN250 CN 250 ELITE CH250 CARB INSULATOR 9 IN12
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CARBURETOR HONDA ELITE SA 50 SA50 CARB 1989-2000 M CA25
CARBURETOR HONDA ELITE SA 50 SA50 CARB 1989-2000 M CA25
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Honda Elite CH 250 Carburator cover Carb  1985 86 87 88
Honda Elite CH 250 Carburator cover Carb 1985 86 87 88
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NEW CARBURETOR HONDA SA50 SA 50 ELITE 1987-2001 SCOOTER CARB H CA25
NEW CARBURETOR HONDA SA50 SA 50 ELITE 1987-2001 SCOOTER CARB H CA25
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Honda CH125 Elite 1984 Carburetor Carb
Honda CH125 Elite 1984 Carburetor Carb
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E HONDA CH 80 ELITE 2006 OEM CARBURETOR
E HONDA CH 80 ELITE 2006 OEM CARBURETOR
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Complete Gasket Kit Honda Elite CH250 Cylinder Water Head Base Carburetor O-Ring
Complete Gasket Kit Honda Elite CH250 Cylinder Water Head Base Carburetor O-Ring
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Carburetor Carb w/Electric Choke For HONDA ELITE CH250 1985-1988 Scooter Moped
Carburetor Carb w/Electric Choke For HONDA ELITE CH250 1985-1988 Scooter Moped
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HONDA 1986 AND UP CH80 CH 80 ELITE SCOOTER CARBURETOR CARB ASSY. - CLEANED!
HONDA 1986 AND UP CH80 CH 80 ELITE SCOOTER CARBURETOR CARB ASSY. - CLEANED!
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Honda Elite CH 250 off 1986 CH 250 carburetor  keihin jet jets set
Honda Elite CH 250 off 1986 CH 250 carburetor keihin jet jets set
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1984 Honda Elite CH 125 Carburetor Automatic Choke Assembly
1984 Honda Elite CH 125 Carburetor Automatic Choke Assembly
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Honda NQ50 SB50 SB50P spree elite  carb carburetor cap holder OEM
Honda NQ50 SB50 SB50P spree elite carb carburetor cap holder OEM
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1984 honda elite 125 ch125 carb carburetor
1984 honda elite 125 ch125 carb carburetor
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New Carb Float Genuine Honda C70 CT70 CT90 CT110 CH80 ATC110 TRX70 TRX90 #F19
New Carb Float Genuine Honda C70 CT70 CT90 CT110 CH80 ATC110 TRX70 TRX90 #F19
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Carburetor Honda Elite SA50 SA50P Carb Electronic Choke
Carburetor Honda Elite SA50 SA50P Carb Electronic Choke
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HONDA ELITE 150 1985 CARBURETOR CARB
HONDA ELITE 150 1985 CARBURETOR CARB
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Honda Elite CH 250 off 1986 CH 250 carburetor shell keihin
Honda Elite CH 250 off 1986 CH 250 carburetor shell keihin
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decision time

drkr*mm said: well i stopped at a duc dealer .. went in looking at the 848 but with the great terms on the 1098 the payments were gonna be only 20$ apart so i can't decided lol do i really need a new bike i jsut payed the ten off and love not having payments but i fell in love with those ducs specialy the 848 the 848 has a leo vincesbk exhaust the 1098 has the whole termigonine or how ever its speeled kit (filter ecu exhaust)

Sl*ms10R said: that is a tough decision, do you do your own maintainance? If not the price to bring it in can prolly help you decide.

drkr*mm said: short of taring the engine apart i do my own maintence and its stuff i can learn too i mean i do work on 5 million $ medical machines all day lol

sp*kespiegel said: it depends on what you want, if you want something lighter and more nimble , then the 848 is the ticket, altho the gix 750 will probably have more power (but its a gix). if you want more usable torque than even the 10, then the 1098 is the way to go, the twin feels narrow and the weight is low, so it'll feel more nimble too compared to the older 10's. Can't go wrong with a 1098 imo

n*njafan2 said: 1098 man go all out

CP10R said: i say. . . . get both! Im sorry but i cant make up my mind which one is more sexy, either way you cant loose, but that white 848 is too hot

n*njarocket1 said: I like the 1098. Went riding with a guy the other day that had an '08...it was nice.

drkr*mm said: i say. . . . get both! Im sorry but i cant make up my mind which one is more sexy, either way you cant loose, but that white 848 is too hot haha i wish i could get both i really like the 848 and they are on backorder till 09 but someone backed out so they have one and they also have one 1098

*lder Guy said: The 848 will be more fun and easier to ride...the 1098 is very uncomfortable.....

D*er Elk said: $20 per month difference? Get the 1098. :thumbsup: Maybe check on insurance. :dontknow: Ergos should be about the same. Do you want a wet or dry clutch?? 848 is wet like the 10. Chris

Rsp*c99 said: Given the 2 choices, I'd go for the 1098. If you're used to the power of the 10R, the 848 is too much of a step down. Also, the better brakes and suspension is noticeable. If you're set on a new Ducati you might want to check out ducatispot.com or 1098-forum.com. There is a lot of good info, plus some continuing issues. JDGun13 on our board has a 1098 (as well as a kick ass Gen 1 ZX-10R too), and I think he's had it back to the dealer for ongoing problems. Having owned 2 Italian cars before, if that's the "joy of italian ownership experience", I'd rather not go through it again. I was offered an insane deal on a tricolore one awhile back until I read about the growing list of problems that kept me from pulling the trigger.

l*is.pita said: hmmmm id go for a 08 10r if i were u

2000750 said: I know what I did. :D :sneaky:

drkr*mm said: how do you like the 1098 ... oh and im not a huge fan of the 08 10r's

l*is.pita said: how do you like the 1098 ... oh and im not a huge fan of the 08 10r's ohhh 1098 then, in a heartbeat

hr*ponte said: I understand the exitment of owning a Ducati, but what makes it so much better than our 10 besides the Ohlins suspension and the Brembo brakes. Costly, but we can get the same set up for the ZX. Is the frame better??? Engine??? Sound, looks??? Don't get me wrong, I love the Ducatis and it is one of the choices once I settle with the insurance company. Maybe you guys can help me see this in a different way.

04zx10r said: altho the gix 750 will probably have more power (but its a gix). that 750 is nice though. :badteeth:

mr cl*an said: I own an 04 zx-10r and an 07 1098. I LOVE them both!!! The 10 is better for top end balls out running, but for bottom end torque and suspension that just inspires confidence the 1098 is fantastic. It does need some insulation below the seat though. The exhaust acts as a built in butt warmer, especially in Florida in the summer. Aftermarket goodies also seem a bit more expensive for the Duc. Guess the figure if you can afford one... Any more questions feel free to ask.

J*nathan o said: Get what makes you happy. :thumbsup:

Rsp*c99 said: Check this thread out: http://www.1098-forum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12123&page=2 JDgun_13's post is #29, but read the post.

L*cky10R said: 1098 here too

w*cked said: 1098 hands down...if only the 1098 came in 848 pearl white :drool:

*rvins said: The small difference means getting the bike you want...Me, I would get the 1098...After riding a 10R I could never go back to anything with less than 150hp.