Can we Convert 530 sprocket chain Kit to 525 Aluminium kit on 2015 MST 1200S ? Reduces weight by 2 lbs ? Any other side effects ?
I'm glad someone finally said it! The OP is planning to spend a fortune on upgrades to add power and remove weight. When he's done with it all, he'll have a huge hole in his bank account... and a bike with the same power-to-weight ratio as an unmodified BMW S1000XR. Why bother? The only place you'll notice the changes are on a dyno or racetrack.I guess I really don't understand your obsession to lose all this weight on a bike like the Multistrada.
Finally orderedAEM is the only Light weight Rear Hubkit + Titanium flange Or Do we have any other options?
As long as The Torque being maintained As it is , Worth while thinking of it .Spending money to increase performance, I'd start with the engine going with 1198 cams and pistons to get 25-30hp more, then drop weight with full exhaust, bst or magnesium rims aswell as getting rid of anything bolted on I didn't need.
You may be correct but what I was trying to say was if the OB wanted to save ~44 lbs at the get go, he should just buy an old one. More weight saved than the $6000 budget wil get him. But then it really is not all about weight is it? Wheeler in Robbinsvill NC has a dandy MC scale free. Maybe the guys going to the Spring Multistrada ride could stop by there and weigh the fleet. :think:The only place you'll see that weight is on Ducati's scale. All the real-world reports I've read put the weight closer to 550 pounds...
550 - 516 = 34 pounds, assuming your 516-pound weight is a real-world number and not from a Ducati press release. Finding a used 2010 Multistrada in India might be difficult...You may be correct but what I was trying to say was if the OB wanted to save ~44 lbs at the get go, he should just buy an old one.