I have a 749R and I didn't know about the triple. Now what exactly does that do?MV_999R said:The 749R is the only Ducati that not only has an ajustable steering angle (24.5º/23.5º), but also has an ajustable triple clamp (36mm/27mm).
And i have one
From what I know adjustable triple clamps are used to adjust the position of the bars fore and aft, usually in dirt bikes. Not sure about for superbikes, and I didn't know this is possibile one the 749r (?) ...c5367ss said:I have a 749R and I didn't know about the triple. Now what exactly does that do?
Nope, the manual says nothing about it.c5367ss said:Just checked my user manual. It doesn't say anything about an ajustable triple clamp.
I have been thinking about switching the steering head angle to 23.5. Then again, it turns in easily enough for me, and I love the stability.
I've been researching this, but I can't find anything about how to change the offset. Did you ever end up changing your geometry? How did you change the offset?MV_999R said:Nope, the manual says nothing about it.
But with the ajustable triple clamps you can have the 23.5º angle AND keep the stability
Well the only instruction i have about it is this "Take the clamps off and you will find you have an adjustable set of offset triple clamps. (the 749R is the only bike with these) This will take you from the stock 36mm to a better turning in and more feel 27mm setting. The steering tube is two piece. All you need to do is rotate the outer tube 180 deg and it will be at 27mm. Once you see it it will not look so hard."c5367ss said:I've been researching this, but I can't find anything about how to change the offset. Did you ever end up changing your geometry? How did you change the offset?