Yes, got it. That worked well. For the track day I could leave the race bike behind and just ride to the track on the street bike, remove mirrors (careful the right side is reverse thread), tape the headlight and blinkers, and drop the tail unit.
I did learn that the forum posts are indeed...
I'll be coaching for DESMO next week at NYST so I'm leaving the race bike home and instead taking the Multi which should be easier at a variety of speeds.
What about removing the tail plate & rear signals, is that easy to do?
I'm riding to the track so if it's complicated I'll just tape over...
Sorry if that came across harsh; I cannot edit the previous post and realize you might not be checking messages due to holidays. Forgive me for being impatient.
Can you explain how the clamps align?
Without instructions I'm trying to set it up as shown in the photos but the brackets would be...
A few issues: The one I received has a black arm, unlike the grey one shown. You obviously sent me a different item. Also the diagonal brace strut does not fit very well between the ring clamps. The brace sent is straight but the one shown is curved, bent to align with the bent handle...
Here is your next superbike sport touring rocket ship megamoto all in one do everything bike!
2012 Ducati Multistrada MTS 1200 S Touring
came with factory:
• side cases and top box
• center stand
• heated grips
• Ohlins suspension electronic on the fly 4 modes (Sport, Touring, Urban, Enduro)...
Engine: 2004 Ducati Multistrada 1000 DS dual spark (992cc 10.0:1 92hp @ 8000rpm)
This was intended as a project but I don't have time to finish. Hope you can use the engine.
Have all the fuel injection, ignition, wiring harness, oil cooler, exhaust headers, and more..
I'll dig out more info...
Offered in whole or parts (but won't part out until frame sells first)
Frame has clear title
Make a reasonable OFFER
Engine offered also, and listed separately. (Ducati MTS 1000 DS)
Forks are 2004 KTM 300 MXC
17" super moto wheel
caliper relocate bracket
21" wheel (not shown)
NYST is great! I was a coach with STT club and still go there for fun on my own. It is technical yet flows nicely. It is a family owned business and they love motorcycles so they actively ensure it goes well. The location is beautiful too. There are frequent Ducati days there also. You'll love it!