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    Default 2013 Hypermotard 821 SP -> Stealth Hypermotard SP

    Strictly speaking the Hypermotard is no supermoto... but it has at least "motard" in its name and since I'm done and happy with my track-bike, 2010 Husqvarna 450 SMR...



    ... I thought why not put this build-project here.

    A few weeks ago I grabbed a brand new 2013 Hypermotard 821 SP (50 miles) as a very good deal. Since I already own the old brother of this one, a 2010 Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP, I decided to have the patience now and do all the modifications I always wanted to the 2013 model.

    As I gather the parts, have them modified and installed on the bike, I'll post photos and provide infos on parts, should anybody see something they like and want to tweak their HyperDuc in a similar way too.

    Fairings before decal- and paint-job:



    Real supermoto-style handlebar:



    It will mostly be optical and some weight-saving tweaks. I do not (yet) intend to do any engine- or suspension-tuning.

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    Some carbon parts to add a bit more bling to the new Hypermotard 821 SP...



    I got them from carbon.sk. They fit well and have a nice matte/velvet finish matching the DP carbon-parts coming with the bike... and are much more affordable

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    Finally a new piece of the puzzle arrived. The nice 2-finger folding clutch- and frontbrake-levers from Pazzo-Racing...



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    The fairings came back from the paint-workshop. Together with the custom decals I had made, the matte finish comes across nicely. Sadly my camera is really crap and made the photos overly noisy, despite the good lighting conditions.

    Furthermore the engine- and radiator-guard arrived and I have made a first prototype of the pad for the handlebar-mount.





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    Coool project
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    Nice build, keep posting!

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    Very nice, love the new Hyper.
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    By now about two thirds of all planned parts came in. With the latest batch these pieces were brought to my doorstep...
    • frame- and axle-sliders by Motovation
    • all black monoposto rearset from Ducabike
    • high mount full-carbon slip-on from SC-Project
    • light LiIo battery from JMT



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    I have a strong feeling that your Hyper will push me to go get another. (I had a '13 SP that I sold in a fit of "I'm done with riding")...

    That lasted about 4-5 months before I started getting the itch again...

    Keep the pics coming my friend....

    Quote Originally Posted by MacSlow View Post
    By now about two thirds of all planned parts came in. With the latest batch these pieces were brought to my doorstep...
    • frame- and axle-sliders by Motovation
    • all black monoposto rearset from Ducabike
    • high mount full-carbon slip-on from SC-Project
    • light LiIo battery from JMT



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    Here she is in currently stripped-down form... just for reference and later-to-be-done before/after-comparisons...



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    The header- and link-pipes before the degreasing/cleaning and ceramic-coating...



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    absolutely beautiful!!!!! So you painted the carbon fiber fairings?? Can you still see the weave of the carbon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsromeo288 View Post
    absolutely beautiful!!!!!
    It will be at the end... I'm sure... thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by jsromeo288 View Post
    So you painted the carbon fiber fairings?? Can you still see the weave of the carbon?
    The carbon-parts will not be painted and stay as is. What was painted matte-black were the stock fairings in the white-red-black Ducati-Corse color-scheme you see in the second photo.

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    I really like the 821 SP's. Nice build you got here! Hoping to put a 821 in my garage next spring!
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    Super NICE!!

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    Here comes the next update on this Hypermotard-SP-pimping endeavor of mine... the 2" folding mirrors from CRG arrived...



    On the topic of "all things exhaust" I can report that the header-pipes have been cleaned and degreased and are now on their way to being ceramic-coated *sigh* my patience-buffer is wearing thin by now! I'm also still waiting on the license-plate mount from Lusuardi Racing.

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    I know you got this thing put back together!!! Let's see some pictures of this beauty I'm trying to convince myself to buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsromeo288 View Post
    I know you got this thing put back together!!! Let's see some pictures of this beauty I'm trying to convince myself to buy one.
    Oh, I wish that was true, but I am still waiting for the exhaust's header-pipes to come back from the ceramic coating. There are still about two weeks to wait.

    Don't worry, I will post photos as soon as she is ready.

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    The header- and link-pipes after the degreasing/cleaning and ceramic-coating... soooo wicked!



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    Finally the license-plate holder arrived...



    Now I've received all parts and it all just needs to be assembled.

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    surely now you are done putting this thing together? Post some pics!!!

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    Not yet, but almost. As a matter of fact, I visited the workshop just today and made up-to-date photos...




    The beast will be ready next week. I just hope the weather is going to be good enough still, so I can take her out. The engine still needs break-in *sigh*

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    Do they show up for you now?
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    Yup, working now, thanks and nice bike !!!
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    verry nice toy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacSlow View Post
    Finally the license-plate holder arrived...

    Now I've received all parts and it all just needs to be assembled.

    Best regards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flexi View Post
    verry nice toy!!
    Thanks! My heart is jumping for joy

    Quote Originally Posted by JPA View Post
    Looks like Lusuardi Racing? I had one on my 796 Hyper.
    Yes, that is correct.

    Here are even more current photos of her 99% completed...



    So much for the visuals, but the sound is even better! Sadly my smart-phone doesn't cut it with regards to capturing the substance and depth of the fully open system. I tried it and the recording sounds like a joke, thus I left it out. But rest assured it is amazing... very deep and bass-heavy... worthy of a Ducati L-twin And she shouts "Unleash me and let's go for a ride!" ... I hear you baby

    Now I've to wait for the insurance- and paper-work to arrive in my inbox... so close and yet so far *sigh*

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    Sweet ride, makes me want to get in line for some duck soup. Owning one is one thing, hanging farkles on it would be quite pricey I'm sure. KUDOS

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    Sweet ride, makes me want to get in line for some duck soup...
    Thanks! Ducs never disappoint... try one, you won't regret it!

    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    ... hanging farkles on it would be quite pricey I'm sure. KUDOS
    Ah "farkles"... one learns something new everyday... quoting the Urban Dictionary: "combination of 'function' and 'sparkle'" or "Fancy Accessory Really Kool Likely Expensive". Very fitting But it is indeed pricey... I knew there was a catch... which I successfully ignored upon initial planning of the project

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    I almost bought a 1098 back in the day, full carbon, all the anodized goodies, engine/brake mods and painted any color of choice for IIRC 17K.

    I admire well thought out and executed builds and those that do them. But its like owning a bar, bunch of drunks want to tell you how to run your business. You will no doubt be told what/how it should've been done.

    Rizoma or pazoma? As me, what/how, Oberon in black, a tad more sexier. Granted never held or seen one in the flesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    I almost bought a 1098 back in the day, full carbon, all the anodized goodies, engine/brake mods and painted any color of choice for IIRC 17K.
    That sounds like a very good deal. How many kilometers/miles were on the clock or was it even brand new?

    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    I admire well thought out and executed builds and those that do them. But its like owning a bar, bunch of drunks want to tell you how to run your business. You will no doubt be told what/how it should've been done.
    Isn't the subjectivity of taste something wonderful

    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    Rizoma or pazoma? As me, what/how, Oberon in black, a tad more sexier. Granted never held or seen one in the flesh.
    If you're talking about the mirrors... neither (btw it's Rizoma or Pazzo ) the brand of the mirrors I used here is called CRG.

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    I was referring to the blinkers, rizoma vs. chinese knock offs, pazoma. TBH I know what adorns yours. I always liked the look of the oberon mirrors, but it seems like they lack the adjustment for me.

    The 1098 would've been new, built to spec (color selections) by Spectrum Motor Sports, a Duc dealer in Orange County CA. At that time I sold off most my bikes due to drivers in SoCal.
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    Another update...

    Since the cat is removed and the pipe and slip-on are different, I had the engine-mapping adjusted to the new setup. Thankfully with the SP's ECU the mapping can be altered without the need of a PowerCommander. The cylinder-selective mapping resulted in slightly improved torque- and power-values. The top diagram is the power- and the bottom one the torque-curve (red = before, blue = after)...



    Still waiting for some papers *sigh*...


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    No graphs at my monitor. Just saying.

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    *sigh* google... well, now the two images should show for everybody.
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    At last, albeit in German. But I got the gist of it.

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    The custom riser-pad is done too now. Here are some detail-photos...









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    Great build, been thinking of trading in my 14 1199r for either a 1100 EVO SP or the new 16 939 SP Hypermotard ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by sean999r View Post
    Great build, been thinking of trading in my 14 1199r for either a 1100 EVO SP or the new 16 939 SP Hypermotard ???
    Thanks!

    Going from a superbike to a supermoto-like naked bike is a considerable switch! Are you sure about such a change? Have you done an extensive test-ride with any Hypermotard-model?

    From my experience it makes sense, but just be aware of the difference.

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    Default SC Project Exhaust question

    MacSlow; your bike is gorgeous! Just bought a new Hyper 821 Stealth this year. Love the all black look.
    Getting ready to drop some $$$ for high mount exhaust. You still happy with SC Project? It's really down to SC Project, Termi, Akrop.
    Love the black ceramic coated pipes on your bike!

    Thanks!

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