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    I don't think they are as reliable as Honda, but who is.
    But Ducati has improved a lot in the last 15 years.

    And it is not just servicing, it's often design and quality from the factory.
    Been several recalls on my bike and I've had a gearbox issue that wasn't a recall, but a relatively common problem.
    Honda also has recalls and bad/cheap design. Just a lot less of it.

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    Waiting to pay down your bike is sensible... but a new Dark Smoke windscreen, a rear seat cowl, pull the passenger pegs (if you can easily, I know on some bikes it's a royal PITA) and an integrated brake light would set your bike off right, Randy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novicius View Post
    Waiting to pay down your bike is sensible... but a new Dark Smoke windscreen, a rear seat cowl, pull the passenger pegs (if you can easily, I know on some bikes it's a royal PITA) and an integrated brake light would set your bike off right, Randy.
    Interesting ideas, I like them. I need to buy new furniture for the house first, mine is so gnarly, lol! I'm not sure about the passenger pegs though.

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    Why take off the pillion pegs, you might want to actually give someone a ride.

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    Bitches love it. I took a young lass with perky boobs on an impromptu moonlit jaunt one evening.

    She wanted to try the front seat and slid neatly down between the tank and my crotch.

    Which was nice.

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    99% of the time he'll be riding alone. For those times when he plans to give a lady a ride, swap the rear seat and pegs back on.

    But the bike looks better without 'em.

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    ^^^^^

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