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2010 Ducati 848 Nicky Hayden edition
*1 of 150 very hard to find!
*Each gas tank is hand sign by Nicky***
* Hayden
*Bike is up to date on all it services
*Clean and clear title
I am the second owner, bike is in very good condition, 6200 miles+, brand new Michelin pp3 at the end of last year maybe 500 miles on it, 14T front sprocket, other than that the bike is pretty much stock. The bike is located in Michigan * $9500

****Trade plus money****
*The only bike I'm interested in is GSXR750* 2006 or newer.

For more information you can call or text me at 616-299-4759 Thanks Jerry
 

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Other than the graphics and signature, is there anything different on this bike than a regular 2010 848. Looks like the exhaust has been changed on yours, has the ECU been adjusted to run this exhaust? Not that familiar with Ducati's but with the search I have been doing it seems if the exhaust is modified from stock the ECU also gets or needs to be modified.

I am interested in getting a newer cycle, have been on the same bike for a number of years now, just don't know for sure what I want, 848, Triumph 675 or R6. Haven't ridden either of these bikes, something I plan (hope) to do before I purchase one.

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Other than the graphics and signature, is there anything different on this bike than a regular 2010 848. Looks like the exhaust has been changed on yours, has the ECU been adjusted to run this exhaust? Not that familiar with Ducati's but with the search I have been doing it seems if the exhaust is modified from stock the ECU also gets or needs to be modified.



I am interested in getting a newer cycle, have been on the same bike for a number of years now, just don't know for sure what I want, 848, Triumph 675 or R6. Haven't ridden either of these bikes, something I plan (hope) to do before I purchase one.



Derek

A Ducati and Triumph dealership will let you test ride their bikes. From my experience the Yamaha, Kawi and Suzuki won't let you test ride their bikes. I did ride a Daytona 675R before I bought my Duc. Loved it, great bike, but it did not captivate my soul.
 

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A Ducati and Triumph dealership will let you test ride their bikes. From my experience the Yamaha, Kawi and Suzuki won't let you test ride their bikes. I did ride a Daytona 675R before I bought my Duc. Loved it, great bike, but it did not captivate my soul.
I am in Portage, MI. There is a big dealer in Grand Rapids that carries Ducati, Triumph and Yamaha among others. My plan is to contact them and go up one day to test ride. Hope fully after that I can narrow down my search.

My brother picked up a 748 last year I think it's a 2001. He had a family gathering at his house last October but when he fired it up it for me to ride, it started leaking fuel. Didn't want to tear into it since he was the host.
 

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With the slip-on Termignoni exhaust there was a minor adjustment all done by the dealership Certified Ducati mechanic
 

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Derek if you end up going to Grand Rapids for a test ride at Fox Powersports he asked for the salesman by the name of Ozzy he's a good friend of mine he will take care of you just described my bike to him
 

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Derek if you end up going to Grand Rapids for a test ride at Fox Powersports he asked for the salesman by the name of Ozzy he's a good friend of mine he will take care of you just described my bike to him
Thanks for all the info. I ended up getting an 848 Monday night. Never did go to Fox and test drive anything, just decide on a model and a budget. Last night was my first ever time riding a Ducati.

Good luck with your sale - Derek
 
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