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Love the Bike. Going to take a little getting use to compare to my Harley. Fun times ahead.
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Now you just need:

Ducati Top case for your lady and to fit both of your helmets - $800
Titanium Termignoni exhaust - $2300
Dainese touring jacket - $500
PUIG engine guards - $300
Ram mounts for phone and cup holder - $100
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Don't waste your money on Termi, IMO. Go with Arrow :)
 
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Now you just need:

Ducati Top case for your lady and to fit both of your helmets - $800
Titanium Termignoni exhaust - $2300
Dainese touring jacket - $500
PUIG engine guards - $300
Ram mounts for phone and cup holder - $100
etc
etc
etc
I got the top case just waiting for it to arrive.
 

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They changed the riding mode before I left but it went back to sport how do I get it back to touring ?
 

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Congratulations. To put it back in touring mode locate the left button on left cluster and push in the middle till you see the riding modes on dash. Cycle through the mode of your choice and hold the button with closed throttle to confirm your new riding mode.



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The other thing you will notice is the smaller diameter grips compared to your Harley. I'm still getting used to them.

Nice looking bike
 

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Question for you: Since your bike came with the TPMS system, does it read in PSI, or BAR? I had that system manually installed on my 2018, and at the time there was no way to configure the system to display pressure in the US standard PSI, since the TPMS system was only technically available in the EU countries, at least as pre-installed equipment.
 

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I would imagine PSI/BAR can be configured in the dash same as imperial/metric for the speedometer?
 

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I would imagine PSI/BAR can be configured in the dash same as imperial/metric for the speedometer?
Not unless they added that feature for the GT.
Ha. That's Ducati for you. I remember in the older version of the Multistrada Link app, you could set it to miles or kilometers, but they added no function to perform any math in a couple of points. So you could go on a 60 kilometer ride, flip it to imperial, and see that you did a 60 mile ride too.
 

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Welcome to the Club of Multistrada Riders who used to ride Harley. We are a rather exclusive group. After a short few trips the only question you will have is 'why did I wait so frickin long to make the switch'.
Your membership card is in the mail. Wait by the post box, it will make it there......some day.
 

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Welcome to the Club of Multistrada Riders who used to ride Harley. We are a rather exclusive group. After a short few trips the only question you will have is 'why did I wait so frickin long to make the switch'.
Your membership card is in the mail. Wait by the post box, it will make it there......some day.
It's getting cold but I am still waiting. lol Thanks
 

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Nice bike, great colors..

You can take out the exhaust baffles and you can rev the engine at stoplights so people will notice you and get that Harley feeling once again !
 

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I wonder if anyone ever sells their Multistrada to go ride a Harley ;)
 

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I wonder if anyone ever sells their Multistrada to go ride a Harley ;)
A Multi is not better than a Harley, just suited to different purposes . If you want to do 600 - 800 mile days, two up in total comfort the Harley wins (as would a Goldwing). Moving from a Harley to a Multi is not a move up, it's a move sideways to a different style
 

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A Multi is not better than a Harley, just suited to different purposes . If you want to do 600 - 800 mile days, two up in total comfort the Harley wins (as would a Goldwing). Moving from a Harley to a Multi is not a move up, it's a move sideways to a different style
I would disagree with that.

If the riding position is all the difference, then all Ducati would have to do is make a laZboy version of the Diavel, and there would be absolutely ZERO reason to own a fat heavy slow overpriced Harley.
 

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Moving from a Harley to a Multi is not a move up, it's a move sideways to a different style
I think of a Multistrada as a move forward.
When a Harley reaches 100mph, it's impressive.
When a Multi reaches 100mph, it's time to shift into 4th.
 
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