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Old 07-18-18, 02:59 AM
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How would you trailer it, even if you wanted to? Do you own a trailer?

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How would you trailer it, even if you wanted to? Do you own a trailer?

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Uhaul has them and many many to rent.

My SUV has a hitch for towing.

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Old 07-19-18, 01:01 PM
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I read through this thread and was surprised that no one asked if rado’s legs touch the ground when he’s sitting on the bike.
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I read through this thread and was surprised that no one asked if rado’s legs touch the ground when he’s sitting on the bike.
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I ended up with Shoei and Alpine stars, which is an Italian company.

Shoei vs Arai is literally all about a good fit. Both companies are the best of the best.

The transitional lens was fucking $160!?!??!



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I read through this thread and was surprised that no one asked if rado’s legs touch the ground when he’s sitting on the bike.
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I ended up with Shoei and Alpine stars, which is an Italian company.

Shoei vs Arai is literally all about a good fit. Both companies are the best of the best.

The transitional lens was fucking $160!?!??!



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video on the bike ya dumb fuck. i wanna see you pushing that bitch through traffic at 150mph
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Old 07-21-18, 08:06 PM
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video on the bike ya dumb fuck. i wanna see you pushing that bitch through traffic at 150mph
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Damn man what was the speed in that vid? Insane!

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Damn man what was the speed in that vid? Insane!

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Damn man what was the speed in that vid? Insane!

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Had a good 60 mile ride lol

Already has 122 miles on it

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Old 07-21-18, 08:17 PM
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Taking up two parking spots? Someone's gonna knock your bike over just for that.

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I returned the one I got, didn't like it.

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Taking up two parking spots? Someone's gonna knock your bike over just for that.

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Huh?

I left my car there the entire time while I rode, came back and put the bike away.

Yea I'd like to see someone knocking my bike over while I'm there lol

Both of my places want $600 a month for a garage while I keep my bike in a AC controlled unit, motion detectors and cameras everywhere for $100.

And this storage place is literally 200 yards away from my business in Boston. It's an easy swap for me

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Huh?

I left my car there the entire time while I rode, came back and put the bike away.

Yea I'd like to see someone knocking my bike over while I'm there lol

Both of my places want $600 a month for a garage while I keep my bike in a AC controlled unit, motion detectors and cameras everywhere for $100.

And this storage place is literally 200 yards away from my business in Boston. It's an easy swap for me

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600 amonth to park...lmfao. You can have that shit bro

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600 amonth to park...lmfao. You can have that shit bro

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Exactly why I don't do it.


Metro cities like Boston and such, will charge that type of monies for one, and people pay it.

While it's not cheap for the price, when you live in these cities, many people are making well over the $125/$150K mark for the year.

So paying this is minimal bro. Again, I do understand this is stupid but when you make good money, $600 to keep a nice toy away, is nothing.

Luckily I pay very minimal but if I were in those types of predicaments, I'd pay for it.

I did some research before I pulled the trigger. I knew my obstacles and such. Now I'm going to modify it a bit. Ordering carbon fiber parts for most of the under seatings and side pieces. This titanium feel is no joke on this bike, fuck!

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Exactly why I don't do it.


Metro cities like Boston and such, will charge that type of monies for one, and people pay it.

While it's not cheap for the price, when you live in these cities, many people are making well over the $125/$150K mark for the year.

So paying this is minimal bro. Again, I do understand this is stupid but when you make good money, $600 to keep a nice toy away, is nothing.

Luckily I pay very minimal but if I were in those types of predicaments, I'd pay for it.

I did some research before I pulled the trigger. I knew my obstacles and such. Now I'm going to modify it a bit. Ordering carbon fiber parts for most of the under seatings and side pieces. This titanium feel is no joke on this bike, fuck!

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Yeah they are bad ass bikes always liked that brand. Enjoy it

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Old 07-22-18, 07:33 AM
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Yeah they are bad ass bikes always liked that brand. Enjoy it

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Old 07-22-18, 09:53 AM
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Why..you don't watch videos...remember sweetheart

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Why..you don't watch videos...remember sweetheart

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that is true. i'd watch about 2 seconds of it and turn it off. lol
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I ended up with Shoei and Alpine stars, which is an Italian company.

Shoei vs Arai is literally all about a good fit. Both companies are the best of the best.

The transitional lens was fucking $160!?!??!



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On point with your gear bro...that's top notch safety gear. Glad to see that your being smart

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On point with your gear bro...that's top notch safety gear. Glad to see that your being smart

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Bro, they have this helmet that's $3K!!!!
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So far I've racked 350 miles. Needs to hit 625 before I get it serviced and then, I can open it up really good.

If you've never ridden a bike, I certainly don't recommend getting a Ducati as a 1st one.

Totally forgot how hot the bikes get, but the Ducati bikes are worse, and well known for it too.

The placement of my feet needs adjustment and still trying to figure out that. The exhaust vents/gas come out the bottom and well, hit my feet.

Tomorrow some of my stuff comes in, will be putting on the fender eliminator kit.


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The placement of my feet needs adjustment
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So far I've racked 350 miles. Needs to hit 625 before I get it serviced and then, I can open it up really good.

If you've never ridden a bike, I certainly don't recommend getting a Ducati as a 1st one.

Totally forgot how hot the bikes get, but the Ducati bikes are worse, and well known for it too.

The placement of my feet needs adjustment and still trying to figure out that. The exhaust vents/gas come out the bottom and well, hit my feet.

Tomorrow some of my stuff comes in, will be putting on the fender eliminator kit.


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Typical italian product. If it was German it'd be ugly as shit but it wouldn't have a single issue.

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Typical italian product. If it was German it'd be ugly as shit but it wouldn't have a single issue.

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The Panigale is NOT an everyday cruiser. This bike demands speed.

No wonder me and this bike go hand in hand. It's made for turns and handling.



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The Panigale is NOT an everyday cruiser. This bike demands speed.

No wonder me and this bike go hand in hand. It's made for turns and handling.



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Would have been a good bike for you 15 years ago bro! How does your arthritis feel in the corners? I guess it's good that you've gone bald so the helmet doesn't have any hair to mess up.


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Would have been a good bike for you 15 years ago bro! How does your arthritis feel in the corners? I guess it's good that you've gone bald so the helmet doesn't have any hair to mess up.


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I'm still THAT twisty guy on the bike. That's why I liked so much the 600s because of how much easier they are to handle.

This bike demand throttle. If you try to just cruise around town, be ready to get tired and most of all, your ass and legs will be burning from the heat of the exhaust.

Reminds me of the RX8 I once had. That fucking thing demanded high RPMs and not a good car for bumper traffic.

I did purposely get caught in some mild rain to put into "wet" mode. Essentially the bike becomes that "eco" mode most cars have.

I've done the race mode, and ummmmm....yea that's another subject in itself lol....my balls aren't that big for that setting, yet

But I did try it....like holy fuck!!!!

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I'm still THAT twisty guy on the bike. That's why I liked so much the 600s because of how much easier they are to handle.

This bike demand throttle. If you try to just cruise around town, be ready to get tired and most of all, your ass and legs will be burning from the heat of the exhaust.

Reminds me of the RX8 I once had. That fucking thing demanded high RPMs and not a good car for bumper traffic.

I did purposely get caught in some mild rain to put into "wet" mode. Essentially the bike becomes that "eco" mode most cars have.

I've done the race mode, and ummmmm....yea that's another subject in itself lol....my balls aren't that big for that setting, yet

But I did try it....like holy fuck!!!!

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take it to a track bro. you aren't too far from Lime Rock Park i don't think. (probably like an hour drive for you) they have an indycar race there once a year. one of their proper tacks, not a stupid big circle. all kinds of left and right corners. place is famous.
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take it to a track bro. you aren't too far from Lime Rock Park i don't think. (probably like an hour drive for you) they have an indycar race there once a year. one of their proper tacks, not a stupid big circle. all kinds of left and right corners. place is famous.
It will happen soon. It's expensive as fuck for the gear and so far, I'm getting it little by little. It's a process bro.

The bike does not need any mods in regards for power or anything like that, it has more than what I will ever use or be able to handle.

I need to buy a trailer now and setting it up inside. Looking at a few this weekend.

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It will happen soon. It's expensive as fuck for the gear and so far, I'm getting it little by little. It's a process bro.

The bike does not need any mods in regards for power or anything like that, it has more than what I will ever use or be able to handle.

I need to buy a trailer now and setting it up inside. Looking at a few this weekend.

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Yeah, 2+ grand for full leathers is crazy expensive. More than I paid for my bike lol!
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Yeah, 2+ grand for full leathers is crazy expensive. More than I paid for my bike lol!
Some nice ones I've seen for like $1500, but yea not cheap.



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Those damn boots are pricey too.
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Those damn boots are pricey too.
Well what'd you expect? Out on concrete going 100mph plus and twisting?......no price on that son lol

I had put $2K aside for "incidentals" helmet, jacket, gloves, visor, front and rear stands, rear fender eliminator, tank grips, spindles, etc....I'm almost done, but definitely broke that $2K mark Waaaayyyy back

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I'll get this on the bike tomorrow.

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Fender eliminator kit is on and so are the tank grips.

Getting a few carbon fiber parts and that will pretty much sum it up for me on this bike, well until I'm a bit more comfy with it.

Performance wise, the bike needs absolutely nothing for performance or handling.



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Bike looks the same what you change? Post before and after dick head.

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Eliminated the rear tail lights and added clear 3M protection for the gas tank and so I can grip it as well as I go around curves
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I'll take a pic/vid.

I still have the brake lights and turn signals.

That's the point of the fender eliminator, looks flush and sleek...

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Much better. I'd ditch that exhaust and go aftermarket though. Not do much for the performance but the look.
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Much better. I'd ditch that exhaust and go aftermarket though. Not do much for the performance but the look.
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I'm running titanium Akraprovic lol....you didn't know so I won't hold it against you, squid

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Doesn't look like any akrapovic I've ever seen. Did they work with Ducati for a factory setup? It looks way too big and stockish.
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Doesn't look like any akrapovic I've ever seen. Did they work with Ducati for a factory setup? It looks way too big and stockish.
Funny because it is far from bulky. The Corse comes with Akraprovic titanium cans from factory. European models have the double can while other versions will have what I have.

It was one of the things I was going to order, but the dealership and I also confirmed, it's there bro.

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Doesn't look like any akrapovic I've ever seen. Did they work with Ducati for a factory setup? It looks way too big and stockish.
Trust me, THIS IS a must for this bike.

It does cost $3400...but I honestly wouldn't give a shit lol.

Btw,...I'm running a 230 temp in between towns. once I'm on the hwy or revving 6K, then I'm running like high 190s

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