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post #1 of 5 Old Feb 6th, 2009, 7:29 pm Thread Starter
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Ducati Design Installation

I have a DD light kit to install on my 05 LT. I have the DD instructions, BUT, they pick up AFTER the tupperware's been removed.

Does anyone have a reference or can provide download(able) instruction for the removal of most all forward tupperware?

I've removed the tank ars T-ware to install PIAA lights but not the forward cowling and wind shield.

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Re: Ducati Design Installation

Grab your light and do a 50 CC to rainy SoCal and we can do your light in about 4 hrs. I have done this three times now and it is pretty involved but worth it! Follow the instructions to remove the nose cone, take pics along the way to remind you how it came apart and try to get someone to help. Paul's instructions are pretty straight forward. I did an HID (high beam) and Nautlis horn install when I had it all apart also. Good luck!

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Re: Ducati Design Installation

I did a DD install without taking the upper fairings off. You can loosen the fairings enough that you can use an angled bit holder and take off the two torx screws on each side. Then you can get the nose cone out.

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Re: Ducati Design Installation

Thanks to all for the inputs.

After I am presented with my new gradson (he's in the holding pattern; awaiting final approach clearance) I will get to it.

Again, many thanks,

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