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After waiting for what felt like eternity (2-3 months) I am finally getting my bike from the shop!!

I had to wait for a whole month cause they had to order in a ducati decal from Italy :(

will post pics later when I get home :)

*Update* just arrive in my garage, I am excited!!!
 

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Cool and happy for you:tu:
 
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Definitely :p hahaa......
 

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Im not home yet still at work :(

my bike got delivered to my house

but I will take some pics later!
 

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You scrub with 200 grit sandpaper or just soap and scrub brush? :D

Sorry, zero knowledge on motorcycles.
 

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You scrub with 200 grit sandpaper or just soap and scrub brush? :D

Sorry, zero knowledge on motorcycles.
200 grit sandpaper and soap and water is good or alcohol - takes the (mould) release agent off the tyre. put the bike on the rear stand or paddock stand , and let the bike idle in 1st gear for a few seconds with the sandpaper around the tire.
 

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I forgot how heavenly the V-Twin sounds :)

i fell in love all over again and at the same time i forgot how frighteningly fast it can be :)
 

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Beautiful! I love Ducati's. I rationalized part of my SLK purchase by making an agreement with myself to not get a bike again. I'm getting too old.
 

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OK, RaihaX, since you refuse to post a pic of your bike (!! ), here's one of mine - a Duc ST2 - 916 frame(=exquisite handling), double sided swing arm (bit chewier to work on than a single sided), 4 valve V-twin engine 950cc (ish)engine, (easier to work on than an 8V). As a tourer, it's just so comfy (especially for fat old gits like what I am!!).

Where are your pics???


 
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