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    Ducati 999R. In a barn for 10+ years

    Hi guys. Help please. My 999r was imported from Singapore 10+ years ago, and its been sitting in a garage since. Now time to get her running, and go through the registration process.

    I'm thinking cam belts, tires, battery, oil, filter, fuel flush, brake bleed. Anything else I should look into?

    And as for registration, I need a certificate of compliance via VTNZ?

    Any thoughts, recommendations who in Auckland to take it to?

    Much appreciated 😁👍

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    I was told a couple of years ago that you can get a cert of comp from VTNZ in Whangas.

    No doubt you already checked this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davemtkd View Post
    Hi guys. Help please. My 999r was imported from Singapore 10+ years ago, and its been sitting in a garage since. Now time to get her running, and go through the registration process.

    I'm thinking cam belts, tires, battery, oil, filter, fuel flush, brake bleed. Anything else I should look into?

    And as for registration, I need a certificate of compliance via VTNZ?

    Any thoughts, recommendations who in Auckland to take it to?

    Much appreciated ����
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    Moto Magnet in Gt Sth Rd. They have done belts for me and have been 100% honest in their dealings.
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