Question about 2006 Ducati Monster S4R
If you want an S4r then go for it and don't be put off by what others say. The engine mounts are identical on all Ducati engines, so you'll haev no worries there. I am not aware of any extra mounting tabs on the LC engines. The only problem you may have is that the later S4rs get 12mm engine mounts wheras the 620 will have 10mm. Not a problem if you have a 12mm drill bit. As far as swingarms are concerned, your 620 arm will fit fine. I wouldn't be worried about the frame twisting under the 996 grunt. Use the 620 ignition, & coils. Plug into the 996 injectors and use a powercommander to adjust the fuelling. The exhaust will be different - use an S4r exhaust and you'll be fine. Above all, be totally convinced that you can do this and don't let anyone put you off.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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