1993 Ducati Superlight
Project Super Light started off life as a clean, mostly stock, non-running 1 owner 1993 Ducati MK1 900SL. The goal was to build a trick reso-mod but leave the bike looking stock at the same time. All the parts used on this build are period correct and could be purchased in the 1990's. The bike still sports its original Marvic/Akront rims. It now also sports polished Termignoni pipes, Keihin FCR 41mm flat side carbs, 1/4 turn throttle, K&N pod air cleaners, polished hand fabricated battery box with air box delete and Dyna coils. For the suspension we went with a Ohlins DU-235 rear shock and Race Tech fork internals. The brakes and clutch have been upgraded with Brembo Mark 2 master cylinders, Yoyodyne clutch slave cylinder and steel braided brake and clutch lines. Other improvements include a high mount oil cooler, Cycle Cat riser bars, hand fabricated reservoir brackets, Woodcraft rear sets, Nichols motor mount bolts, Nichols crank case breather with K&N filter and a Nichols side stand nut. I also freshened the bike up with new head bearings, wheel bearings, tires, timing belts, valve adjustment, spark plugs and fresh fluids. Future improvements will include a motor rebuild with a high compression piston kit, head work, cams and Carrillo rods. This bike was sold new at Pro Italia Motors in Glendale, California and featured on the cover of Ducati; Enthusiast Color Series book. Along with been shown at multiple events after its 2010-2011 restoration, appearing on Duccutters.com, and winning the 2017 Huntington Beach, California Concours d'Elegance for best 851 888 Supersport.
Ducati 749R Track Bike
Project Track Bike is a brand new "224 mile" 2005 Ducati 749R. It left the factory with Ohlins front forks, Ohlins rear shock, Ohlins steering damper, titanium valves and titanium Pankl connecting rods. It also came with a larger homologation fuel tank and carbon belt covers which I have removed and put in a box. I have installed a standard 749 fuel tank as a track throw away, Shark Skinz race fairings, a LeoVince slip on exhaust and a Moto Holders fairing stay. Other improvements include Brembo RCS clutch and front brake master cylinders, WoodCraft clip-ons, WoodCraft rear sets, WoodCraft clutch cover, Speedy Moto under body work frame sliders, rear spool sliders and front axle sliders. The Ohlins suspension was great from the factory but has been sprung and valved for a 220 lbs rider with gear using factory Ohlins internals. This bike has been featured on Duccutters.com, and went off to win a championship.
Ducati 996 Sport Production Special (SPS)
The "Lady in Red" is a 2000 Ducati 996 Sport Production Special. This currently is and always has been my dream bike. She also happens to be my rider with 24,000 miles on the clocks. This bike still has all the trick factory parts including a full 50mm Termignoni exhaust that has been polished, Ohlins forks, Ohlins rear shock and Ohlins steering damper. It also left the factory with Pankl connecting rods, hot cams, P-8 ECU and carbon fiber galore. I have improved the bike a bit with Marchesini magnesium wheels, DP quick change sprocket carrier with AFAM 15/38 sprockets. I also installed a lighter clutch basket with modern aluminum clutch plates, Speedy Moto pressure plate, springs and open 5-spoke cover. The bike came with Cycle Cat rear sets and side stand when I purchased it. I have left those on there but have lowered the rear sets to accommodate my gimp knee. I have improved the ergonomics, brakes and clutch as well. The bike now has Fast by Ferracci clip-ons with Driven tubes and reservoir brackets, Brembo Mark 2 master cylinders and a Evoluzione clutch slave cylinder. The only future planned modification is the installation of a billet aluminum Ohlins bottom triple clamp that I recently scored. Not to say she is finished because they never are.
Ducati 900 SS
This 1993 Ducati 900SS was bought as a project off of a former racer. It had a 944 motor with Pistal pistons, and Carrilo rods, Nichols lightened fly wheel, with head work, FCR 41 carbs, Dyna ignition system, smog and air box delete, custom fab battery box, Forza pipes, Cycle Cat risers, Brembo gold masters, Evoluzione clutch slave cylinder, DP rear sets, Ohlins rear shock, RaceTech springs and gold valves in the forks, as well as other period hot-rod mods. This was my daily rider and canyon carver for 3 years. After I was hit by a deer, the bike was completely rebuilt into "Orange Crush", which was competitively raced by Llyod Johnson. Who went on to win a champonionship race season on the bike, that we built togther; at our old Chatsworth, California facilty.
Ducati 900 SS Race Bike
Out of the ashes, came this 1993 Ducati 900 SS. Blue printed, race built motor, custom fabricated exhaust, Dellorto carbs, shortened intake manifold, braced frame with custom lithium battery box, lengthened CR steel swingarm, Penske rear shock, 916 SPK front end, bevel fairing, vintage Veglia tach, Marvic magnisium wheels, and a few other goodies. This bike went off to win several vintage championships, with Llyod Johnson.
Ducati 900 CR (EMPs 1st build)
This was Sport Bike Magazine test bike, a 1996 Ducati 900 CR that was sold at Pro Italia Motors new. It was purchase by EMPs founder before the company was even founded when he was 23 years old in 2006. The bike had the notorious cracked frame issue, and was clapped-out from years of sitting. The motorcycle was torn down, gussets were welded into the frame, the frame was then powder coated black, an 888 front end was installed with an 888 rear wheel (in the photo it shows the original CR wheel), Ohlins rear shock, custom battery box, smog and airbox delete, FCR 41 carbs, and some other mods christened our first build, which was a work in progress and an R&D bike which had multiple parts swaped out during its lifespan.
Ducati 900 Final Edition
This bike was built for a friend and a client. It had a full DP exhaust which was professionally polished, Ohlins rear shock, Race Tech springs and gold valves, suspension work by EMP, Speedy Moto belt covers, Woodcraft clutch cover, and an Anti-Gravity lithium battery. This bike now lives in Hawaii.
Ducati 900 Final Edition
This 1998 Ducati 900 Final Edition #205 USA is a really nice and rare bike. It was sold new at AMS Ducati in Dallas, Texas. We have the original owners manual, and both sets of keys. The was low-sided around 2002, and has sat ever since. This bike only has 7,777 original miles. It is in the Superlight registry, and has been verified to be an genuine article. We are in the process of restoring this motorcycle, and can put it back to stock, build you a track bike, or a custom cafe. This bike is blank canvas, and comes with exclusivity of not only being an EMP build but a limited production Ducati of only 800 units worldwide.
*Pricing of this motocycle is $9,999.99- $39,999.99 depending on how you would like it built. For shipping information please see "Motocycles for Sale" tab, as well as contacting EMP Powersports & Marine by either email or phone.
Husqvarna 430 CR
This 1981 Husqvarna 430 CR is under construction currently at our St. Maries, Idaho location. Brian has been building this as a personal bike, but feels that it might be too much bike after a long racing hiatus; hes going to focus his efforts on a 250 instead. This motocycle is alaready half completed but can be built for you to your specifications. This bike is being built with the help of Todd Bohnet from Wilson Creek Bohnet Motocross Park. This Husky was a "barn find" from Silver Valley, Idaho, and currently has an HVA clutch cover, HVA oversized pegs, new DC plastics, and a ProForm exhaust. The bike is going to be fully restored, with rebuilt suspension, paint, barrings, fuel line, petcock, rims, tires, as well as some other bits. EMP will be asking around $8,500.00 for the completed bike. If you are interested please contact EMP Powersports & Marine by either email, phone or social media.
ATK 250 MX
This 1990 ATK 250 MX is a recent "garage find" from Spokane, Washington purchased by EMP. Brian plans to fullfill his childhood dream of racing Motocross, on this vintage machine. The bike is about to go under the knife, but is a nice original peice with a factory nickel plated frame. We plane to do a full restoration on this motorcycle, and race it in the of Spring 2020 in vintage racing events. This bike is not currently for sale.