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I found the Supersports parts catalog in now populated on the Ducati website.

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I was looking at it because I ordered my Supersport stock in January before we all knew to much about it. Now I want to add a few things like back seat cover and slip ons. I know they can be ordered as an accessory but found the catalog anyway so I thought I would share. The bike is due to land in Hawaii the first week in April. First and only one on order in Hawaii.

That will be fun for awhile.
 

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I found the Supersports parts catalog in now populated on the Ducati website.



The bike is due to land in Hawaii the first week in April. First and only one on order in Hawaii.

That will be fun for awhile.
My question is, and don't get me wrong, I'm happy (jealous) for you, but how is it that Hawaii is getting one the first week in April and the rest of the US is not? You would think the east coast would get theirs first.
 

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My question is, and don't get me wrong, I'm happy (jealous) for you, but how is it that Hawaii is getting one the first week in April and the rest of the US is not? You would think the east coast would get theirs first.
Don't search for any logic here...
My contry share a frontier with italy and still no sign of supersport delivery, while our friends from sweden/belgium/uk are curently riding their SS...
It's driving me mad !
 
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I thought the same thing when I saw that he was in Hawaii. I am wondering if its a trade or customs issue? The Euro thing baffles me.
 

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I've tried to explain that Ducati does not give delivery dates to the dealers. Just notification when a bike ships. Dealers, on the other hand, have no qualms about conjuring up promised delivery dates, be they based on experience or a scattering of chicken bones on the floor. In their defense, they take deposits and then know how lame it would sound to tell the customer they have nothing but a best guess as to when to expect their bike.

We will see if the Hawaii dealer actually had notification of shipment or it is another one of the guessers.
 

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I found the Supersports parts catalog in now populated on the Ducati website.

See attached link
Ducati - Ducati Genuine Parts

Input the normal model info, year and search.

I was looking at it because I ordered my Supersport stock in January before we all knew to much about it. Now I want to add a few things like back seat cover and slip ons. I know they can be ordered as an accessory but found the catalog anyway so I thought I would share. The bike is due to land in Hawaii the first week in April. First and only one on order in Hawaii.

That will be fun for awhile.

Thanks for this. One thing I noticed is that the bike comes with a helmet lock under the seat; something I miss on my 959. It also confirmed the bike doesn't come with a steering damper.
 

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Hawaii Delivery Date

I'm in (on) the same boat as everyone else. When I have the keys I will shoot everyone a picture of it with palm trees and a beach in the background. Until then it's only the dealers word that I have to go on. He did go to Spain for a test ride so maybe that relationship helped.
 

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US accessory prices are now populated for the Supersport.

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More expensive than the EU price sheet when you do the currency conversion.
 

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They have been there for a while now. What is it, the time difference, or maybe you don't bother to read previous posts? :grin2:
 

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Must be all the sun and the sand in my eyes. I didn't see the US one populate until today.

Dealer just changed my delivery date to end of April when I went in to purchase the back seat cover and Slip-ons.
 

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LOL! Know what yer talking about. I went to high school two years in Hawaii before we returned to the mainland.

How do you keep your license there? Everytime I've been back the LEOs were everywhere, and the speed limits seem really low.

As for delivery dates, I've posted ad nauseam that the dealers really do not have a date that a bike is supposed to show. They just know when it ships from the factory. From that point, the shipper does not communicate with them. The dealers know they can not tell the customer that because many would not care for such an arrangement. I bought a Monster 1200R last year. Placed my order three days after they announced it and finally got my bike five months later.
 

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The Slip-ons and back seat cover I purchased today were pretty spendy as well. I kept saying to myself as I walked to the car. "The bike will be as you always wanted, so you don't have to change anything for years" Right ! That never worked before but it some how felt better as I tucked my $1631.00 credit card bill into my pocket and quickly deposited it into a drawer when I got home. The parts are due to come in within the week if they are in stock and well head of the bike I'm guessing. Now I just need a bike to put them on or will they be garage trophies for another month.

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Big thanks. Having read both booklets, it's a great find.
Disappointing though that to adjust settings of the safety pack features (ABS/DTC) requires travelling less than 3mph or 5kmph. Bummer, would be better if they could be adjusted on the ride.
 
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