2000 Ducati Monster 750 Grunning Motor Engine Low Miles! M750 on 2040-parts.com
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
This is a mostly Complete and Running motor from a 2000 Ducati Monster 750. Had a little over 1k miles when purchased, was purchased for a project bike that never got completed. Both cylinders have good equal compression that are within factory spec. Timing belts have plenty of life left in them. No oil leaks, brand new K&N oil filter.
Motor starts right up and has plenty of power.
Overall good condition, normal signs of use. Shifter splines worn down, still functions fine and shifts with ease.
This listing is for the motor only, it will come exactly as pictured.
The following parts are not included:
Left side cover/stator cover
Timing belt covers.
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