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Congratulations and welcome to the forum. Congratulations on the colour choice too. We look forward to your input
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 · (Edited)
The white with red frame and wheels is a great combo. Any other options?

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I agree! The white and red design is well-executed.

Yes, I ordered passenger grab handles to create a nicer passenger accommodation for the occasional date-ride with my wife.

I also had the dealer add a Pit Bull rear stand into the financing, because my current stand is not a single swing arm version.

Aside from that, what more could I want? It's already got everything! I've always upgraded my suspensions (expensive and labor-intensive) so glad this time to avoid it.

Maybe somewhat taller screen and cruise control (Tuneboy of Australia said he hoped to make cruise happen with an ECU flash).

All the video reviews and comments here made me confident enough to order without a test ride.

I have a long list of annoyances (large and small) with previous bikes. From what I've read, this bike has none of them. It's as if they made it for me!
 

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Welcome to the forum, you're just going to love it.

Where in the world are you?

And seriously you don't need to be certified to be a Ducati owner, though it may help.
 

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Welcome to the forum, you're just going to love it.

Where in the world are you?

And seriously you don't need to be certified to be a Ducati owner, though it may help.
Thank you! I'm sure I will love it. As Tom Petty used to say, "the waiting is the hardest part."

I live in a place that was ruled by the French, Spanish, English, Confederates, and United States.

 

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There are other great stand options too, but several of us have Pit Bull and are pleased.
I have two T-Rex stands (triple tree and double rear) that work fine at less expense than the Pit Bull.

But I figured go with the premium stand for the premium bike. In 40 years of driving, I'm paying more for this bike than any car I've purchased (for me, anyway; I spoil my wife, as she deserves it for tolerating me and my bikes).
 
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