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Thread: Ducati Multistrada Enduro

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    Nor does a SA

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 wheel humvee View Post
    I took an Enduro Multi out for a spin this morning, very nice I like it a lot, the engine is a peach and the bike rides really nicely, the jury is still out as to whether I like it more than the regular Multi or not as the lower gearing of the Enduro is noticeable but that's easily remedied, hmmmmmm



    I think this place needs a Ducati Multistrada subsection
    You getting one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    You getting one?
    Maybe, Ducati are offering a grand as a carrot to order at the moment but I don't want to commit until after the Milan show-just in case......my deal is up in April so need to have a plan by then.
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    I had a go on a standard MS and found the handling pretty weird. Admittedly it was in the Pyrenees and loaded but the slightest touch on the brakes had it sitting up and I ended up see sawing through the bends. Admittedly I was off a paralever front ended GS but not felt anything like this since shi@@ing myself on a Ducati 907ie about 25 years ago. Is this normal? Suspect it just needed more commitment - although a friend felt exactly the same

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    Had a standard model for a year till I got fed up with the recalls. I loved it but I don't think it's made for salty roads and its chain driven so constantly oiling and checking after my commute got a bit annoying. If you don't rate bmws quality then have a look at a multi with 10,000 miles on!
    The dvt engine is fantastic and its very comfortable but I think I would have lost my license cos you tend to want "just one more" when overtaking ����

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    Quote Originally Posted by xantamisch View Post
    slightest touch on the brakes had it sitting up and I ended up see sawing through the bends. Admittedly I was off a paralever front ended GS but not felt anything like this since shi@@ing myself on a Ducati 907ie about 25 years ago. Is this normal? Suspect it just needed more commitment - although a friend felt exactly the same
    The front on the multi may have skyhook but you still need to set the pre-load up manually, however you cannot beat the GS Para it's brilliant when you learn to trust it .

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    Yes it's kind of fidgety coming to a stop slowly. I think it's the tires to be honest as everywhere else the bike is rock solid

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