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    Default Strada & SP5

    Can anyone list the visual differences between the 93 Strada and the SP5? Not interested in engine internals ect Also has the SP5 a floating rear disk?

    Cheers Jack

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    SP5, off the top of my head:

    1.bronze coloured fork bottoms
    2.numbered yoke plaque
    3. Öhlins rear shock
    4. Cast iron full floating front discs
    5. Underslung rear caliper
    6. Aluminium subframe
    7. Carbon 50mm hi level exhausts
    8.single seat unit
    9.Fixed Footpegs
    10.Eccentric Adjustable Rear Rocker arm
    11.Carbon Front Mudguard
    12.
    13.

    Amended as people add things!
    Last edited by Jasper; 03-11-2018 at 03:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasper View Post
    SP5, off the top of my head:

    1.bronze coloured fork bottoms
    2.numbered yoke plaque
    3. Öhlins rear shock
    4. Cast iron full floating front discs
    5. Underslung rear caliper
    6. Aluminium subframe
    7. 50mm hi level exhausts
    8.single seat unit
    9.
    10.
    11.

    Those are the ones that come immediately to mind and are easily spotted.
    Thanks mate, I'm trying to get my strada as close as I can to replicate the sp5, I'm getting there

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    Non folding foot pegs,
    Vented outer clutch cover.

    Steve R

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    Non folding foot pegs?did not know that either.

    Henk!!!

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    Adjustable rear arm/hoop assembly
    celeresracing.blogspot looking-back-at-2016-classic-tt
    Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

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    Twin injectors, though not easily seen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.R View Post
    Non folding foot pegs,
    Vented outer clutch cover.

    Steve R
    Clutch cover wasn’t vented. SP4 was.

    It was carbon though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hindsight View Post
    Twin injectors, though not easily seen!
    Along with G cams,ti rods etc!

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    Airbox on SP5 is different, not sure if the Airbox made it to late 94 Strada's but i recall seeing it on SPO/LTDs

    Other than that, i think all differences are now covered .. Engine aside.

    Update 1, picture from 94 LTD.. Airbox from SP5
    Update 2, SP5 rear set added. fixed pegs
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    Last edited by stiglarsenDK; 03-03-2018 at 09:58 AM. Reason: SP5 rear set added

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