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Bought my Multistrada yesterday but won't pick it up until Wednesday. The dealer gave me a box with 2 plastic parts in it, one looks like a fender extension and the other is a small piece with what looks like 2 mounting holes. Both these pieces were in a box that looked like it should hold more. Is this all that comes with the bike? Can anyone tell me what all I should receive with my new bike so I can be sure I got it all. I appreciate any help. This is my first Ducati and am very excited to take it out for a good long ride.
 

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I too was a little suspish that the dealer might have decided I didn't need all the goodies that came with the bike, but other than the manual and a little tool pouch it sounds like you got everything. I had the dealer install the front fender extension since it might keep a few extra rocks out of the radiator.

With my PP I was happy that they included the stock windscreen screen which I use touring (with aztec spacers!), but thought it a little odd they gave me the stock rear mudguard, I guess if I somehow messed up the CF one.

Congrats on the bike, if you haven't picked up on it folks are generally rather pleased (EUPHORIC) with their multis.
 

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Be sure you get the helmet cable, red key, and a extra lock cylinder, also make sure they tell you your pin code before you drive away and set it to something that makes sense to you.

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They gave me a Big catalouge along with 2 rear fenders and the front fender extender,
I didn't get a helmet loop ...

Do yourself a favour and order a cd service manual , you should be able to get it at a discount under $50 would be cheap...

It may be available for download but if you get a true copy then you know it is correct...
Congrats on your first DUCATI , Be careful and take your time with it...

Don't be too easy on it they like to be worked !!!

Spend lots of time at the dealer and get them to show you how EVERYTHING works,
You may not get it all in one demonstration...

And don't be scared to ask questions here , Lots of people to help a guy out around here.

Bet you can't stop smiling ...

Great Choice!
 

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I too was a little suspish that the dealer might have decided I didn't need all the goodies that came with the bike, but other than the manual and a little tool pouch it sounds like you got everything. I had the dealer install the front fender extension since it might keep a few extra rocks out of the radiator.

With my PP I was happy that they included the stock windscreen screen which I use touring (with aztec spacers!), but thought it a little odd they gave me the stock rear mudguard, I guess if I somehow messed up the CF one.

Congrats on the bike, if you haven't picked up on it folks are generally rather pleased (EUPHORIC) with their multis.
That is exactly what I got with my PP here in Mexico. I had the chance to open the box when it arrived to the dealer so I am really sure this is what you get. The rear mudgard is biger than the CF on the PP version, The S touring comes with a small and a big plastic mudgards.
You will get a second spare key and a red tool box, be sure you get the little metal piece that you will need to mesure the chain tension.
Congrats and enjoy the new toy!


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Thanks for all the quick answers and the friendly welcoming. I'm really excited about bringing her home got a spot cleared in the garage. I’ve got a lot to learn from what I’ve read so far on the forum so I’m sure I’ll have more questions in the future. The next 3 days are going to be torture!:)
 

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Yes, that's what I got. You should also get a core to replace the topcase core that matches your key for the saddlebags. Still not sure what the little plastic piece is for.

One thing I noticed is that the clutch/brake fluid is dark like they haven't been changed out in a year. I'm going to ask the dealer to flush them since I don't expect this on a new bik.
 
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