Catastrophic failures like that are impossible if parts are engineered properly.
No lugging problem if you're over 5k... if you're routinely below 3k at higher gears and hammer the gas instead of easing it up then you may have a lugging problem. (and yea lugging could definitely cause that but it's not the ONLY thing that could cause that).Tell us about your riding style.
Do you tend to keep it in the lower RPMS and accelerate from there, using that twins' torque, or do you like to keep RPMs high?
I read once that this could be the result of "lugging" the engine. (Trying my best not to sound accusatory, this is obviously an issue they should've revisited)
Not suggesting it's isolated... there are definitely a few out there and the nature of the failure (and at such low mileage) definitely indicates some sort of design/manufacturing issue.I personally know a couple guys with the same issue. It's not an isolated case. Google "Ducati Crankshaft Failure"
First I’ve heard of it. 220lb rider at 58k on a ‘13. Tracked it, lug it, ride the rev-limiter. Hell, if I could break it, it would’ve by now.