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I was wondering if there are available DIY café kits on the market yet. I think theres going to be a good market for these kits once available.
 

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Neil, the link does not work...or maybe I don't read German.
 

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That's weird, seems to work fine when I click on it.

Just google Metisse Ducati scrambler and you'll find it. Their website has a little British flag at the top left to translate it to English. It's a bit steep price wise, but it's a full bolt on kit that you can fit yourself.
 

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Good grief...that's a conversion kit for wealthy people! Haha...I'm not quite at that level yet.
 

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Site says price includes 19% tax, I'm thinking that would be subtracted for a US purchaser. I also wonder if there will be a US distributor, maybe somebody like Wild Hair Accessories in Arizona, who carries other accessories by Metisse.
 

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Wow that kit is pretty sweet! However way too costly for me. I was also looking for a cafe racer look on my scrambler so I just bought some clubman bars.
Loving the look so far and I dont mind the crouched position at all.
 

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I only spent around $650 to make mine look like a cafe racer. I did put TKC80's on mine though. Check out my post about it.


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Dude nice job!!! I'm in love. I always thought I'd go to a street tire after the stockers wear out but I'm digging the chunkyness of your TKCs. Also where did you get those side panels under the seat?
It's custom made. :) Actually, with the exhaust and everything you see on it, we are looking at $1600 total to make it look like this. Still not bad for the price. :)
 
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