yeah, Tucson is great in the wintertime! Summer's obviously a bit warm but it's great being able to ride year roundCAG said:That white stuff is proof that global warming is not happening fast enough.
I'll bet it's nice in Tucson this time of year.
The shift tech piece is carbon fiber. It is also quite a bit larger than the Ducati Price. Call shift tech for pricing. There might be a group buy going on.VB 777 said:Q1 . Is the Shift-tech carbon fibre ?
Q2 . Whats the price difference ?
They are just the slip ons. Yes, I rode it . With out the db killers instlled tha bike sounds like the voice of GOD. When the bike is not running and you are pushing it around the garage, it feels kind of heavy and unbalanced. But once you are riding, it's like the bike disapears. It is the wierdest thing. I felt as if I was not so much as riding the bike, but that I was a part of the bike. (or the bike was part of me) It is hard to describe, but you will know it when you get yours.DUCMILLE said:CAG --- Outstanding pics!
Did you get the full Termi system or the slip ons?
I realize its cold, but do you actually ride in that kind of weather?
I am so impressed with the quality of the plate relocating kit for my BRutale made by evoluzione, that I am waithing for them to make one for the 1098. Well designed, excellent quality and about $70.DuanneB said:Nice pics. Word of advice - get a tank protector so you don't scratch that pretty tank up with your leathers. Do you guys have to have reflectors on the sides of the number plate too? That sucks.
+1 on this advise! a tank guard is a must if you care about keeping the finish nice.DuanneB said:Nice pics. Word of advice - get a tank protector so you don't scratch that pretty tank up with your leathers. Do you guys have to have reflectors on the sides of the number plate too? That sucks.