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2011 Hypermotard 1100 Evo SP

New to Ducati world. I pick the bike up Saturday and it has 12,000 miles. One owner with all service records. Is there anything specific I sould be looking for when I pick the bike up?
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old Jul 11th, 2019, 1:53 pm
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Hi and welcome! Congrats on your exciting new Hyper.

If I were the new owner, I'd be interested to know when the services were last performed: ie; belts, brake/clutch master fluids, valve adjustment(s)...

Post up some pictures and congrats again! Nice choice!

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He said all fluids were flushed this spring. Belts changed two years ago. He has not had the valves adjusted since it has not hit the 15,000 mile mark. Has all of the paperwork. He is an older gentleman, I think he said 61, and has never beat on the bike and says everything sounds tight. What about recalls? Can I just use the VIN to see any open recalls? What else should I look for. He did say the charcoal cannister had been removed.
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"He is an older gentleman, I think he said 61" this fits many of the
Hyper 1100 owners on the site.

Good info on belts.

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post #5 of 26 (permalink) Old Jul 11th, 2019, 3:07 pm Thread Starter
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That was how he described himself! Super nice guy and very knowledgable about the bike.
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That was how he described himself! Super nice guy and very knowledgable about the bike.
That also fits many of the Owners on this site.

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post #7 of 26 (permalink) Old Jul 11th, 2019, 3:35 pm Thread Starter
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I'm sure it does. Anything else you would look for when buying a used Hypermotard?
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post #8 of 26 (permalink) Old Jul 11th, 2019, 4:57 pm
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Since you already have it the next step is usually 2 into one Termi with Race ECU and open
air box lid = More Hyper, Then Performance intake Stacks and Tune = Even more Hyper with
a healthy amount of Brraaaapppp! any power mods after that are big$ for little gain.

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All kidding aside the 2v Air cooled Ducati motor has been around a long
time its kinda like the 350 chevy motor of the Ducati line pretty much
bullet proof. There has been a very small number of Evo Motors that
have had main bearing issues. When they went to the evo they lightened
the motor smaller cases lighter fly wheel and the main bearings are not
as robust as the Dual Spark motors again very few have had problems
and you might not even read about it outside of this forum. The big
problem with these bikes when they are stock is they can't breathe
open the exhaust and intake and tune and they are not the same bike.
Update your profile to show were you are and maybe some one in your
area can show you the gains to be had it really is a night and day difference.
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post #10 of 26 (permalink) Old Jul 12th, 2019, 7:05 am Thread Starter
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Thanks for the advice, and I will add my profile info after I pick it up tomorrow with a pic. Don't want to get too far ahead, and make sure he still has it and it is exactly as described.
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