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Old 07-28-2021, 02:17 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Ducati 1199 Panigale - Bellypan Solutions?

Fellow Ducati Racers,

Will you please share with me your solutions for a race legal bellypan for the Panigale 1199? Jeff, Jimmy, Gavin, others? What body kits are you using, or what "custom" creations have you made to make this work?

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Old 07-29-2021, 07:47 AM   #2
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RB, I got my bike with the Bellypan. Jimmy probably knows where it came from, or I bet Brian at Bolder would know. As far as being creative goes, there was an AFM rider that used an Aluminum Turkey basting pan that was hand shaped, but I am pretty sure that is not up to your standards
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Old 07-29-2021, 08:30 AM   #3
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RB, I got my bike with the Bellypan. Jimmy probably knows where it came from, or I bet Brian at Bolder would know. As far as being creative goes, there was an AFM rider that used an Aluminum Turkey basting pan that was hand shaped, but I am pretty sure that is not up to your standards
Gavin,

Thank you for chiming in. Yes, I'm hoping Jimmy will provide his solution, and I know there are others out there who must have resolved this issue as well.

That's funny about the turkey basting pan. My former pit mate - Brian Mitchell - used a similar solution for his Moto Guzzi which won the Vintage championship one year. He called the bike "Betty" for the baking pan solution that he was able to make work.

Looking forward to seeing you at THill in September!
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Old 08-02-2021, 12:38 PM   #4
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Brian @ Boulder Motorsports did mine...I believe it is a custom bellypan only made for those units. Makes it kinda tough to show tech the oil drain bolt is wired as well. Remove left side body panel and use a flashlight and you can just make it out.
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Brian @ Boulder Motorsports did mine...I believe it is a custom bellypan only made for those units. Makes it kinda tough to show tech the oil drain bolt is wired as well. Remove left side body panel and use a flashlight and you can just make it out.
Thanks Jeff!

I'll follow up with Brian to learn more. There are several options for the high mount pipes, but not so for the under engine exhaust. You'd think Ducati would offer something to solve for this, but I know Brian will have a great solution.

Thanks again for chiming in - see you in September.
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Old 08-09-2021, 01:54 PM   #6
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Belly pan

This is what I use on the 1199. Sharkskinz.

https://ionemoto.com/collections/duc.../products/5079
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