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02 900s - worth keeping?

I just bought my first bike for cheap (a dropped '02 900s

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But runs great all maintenance up to date...) without knowing much about Ducatis. Still the sounds the smell and the roaring torque sold me on the test ride. I'm in love but love needs work. I just need to hear your perspective. Is the 2002 900s platform worth keeping or is it a terminally nerfed sport motorcycle (eg. nerfed compared to it's 'R' cousins)? Does the V2 2 valve/cylinder engine have enough room to grow into or are the 4 valve per cylinder models just that much better? I'd really love to hear your input as I'm eager to learn and am picking up things pretty quickly in the Ducati world. if its worth keeping and upgrading, could you point to some good resources (sites, links articles, vendors...), or better yet, good examples of your own work? Thank you so much!,You know when you have got it right, with a ducati, as it sings along, throbs around the bends, ducks and dives through a round about, then thunders down a high street, shacking the windows and sits there purring and rattliing like an italian pre-madona, followed by that gentle reassuring tick of a air cooled engine which has just enjoyed itself. Its not how fast you can rev or how high you can pull your front wheel. its how you string the bends together. If you want to do full out rev tastic stuff by japanese. An the tinkering is part of the fun, the gentle improvement, the tacking the bike and tailoring it to you. They are Unique and all loved and members of a special family. My rant is over....... Now my personal approach is that i would work, on the charging circuit, the air filter, and then get the suspension sorted.,,,

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