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  1. @seraphx I want my "stock" exhaust back!!! LOL
  2. @seraphx I want my "stock" exhaust back!!! LOL
  3. Anyone interested to meet just drop me a PM or text me. my number can be easily found.
  4. Powerful Monster 400 for sale. do note that this is coming out from my mouth. http://www.singaporebikes.com/used_bikes/21952/ducati_monster_400/
  5. Powerful Monster 400 for sale. do note that this is coming out from my mouth. http://www.singaporebikes.com/used_bikes/21952/ducati_monster_400/
  6. @phatish we do meet. Anyone keen on meeting us let me know.
  7. i recommend you service you bike at a qualified ducati mechanic. they arent too hard to find. you can use loctite to secure the bolts on the calipers but every mechanic hates it cos its a ***** to unscrew, and at times, without the proper Technic, would result in the breaking off of the screw.
  8. Hi, i apologize for the super late reply. i dun log in anymore. to answer your qns, yes, the official service intervals is 10kkm. and valve clearance is 20kkm. this is for the older machines. newer machines are stretching it longer. but some EO dun last as long as 10kkm, eg. motul 300v & agip, after abt 3kkm, u will feel the need to change. to anyone who needs answers to their questions, you can find my contact details somewhere within this thread. drop me a whatsapp and i will be more then willing to assist.
  9. I would encourage for a ducati to be serviced by a ducati trained mechanic. Does not need to be minerva per say. Most generic mechanics do not have the proper tools or skillsets. Eg would be whether they have the tools to tune the belts to 140hz, turn the crank to top dead centre, or have the proper tools to change shims and measuring with filler gauges.
  10. Then their website or ebay is the only way to go.
  11. Actually if u look hard enough u can get them locally. Motovation, motoworld, equip-x
  12. Errmm... Based on ur description it seems normal but i would suggest u test ride another ducati to reconfirm your doubts.
  13. Sry i have no idea wat u r saying. But in general, ducatis vibrate alot more then a jap bike.
  14. Bare in mind that u have to get the insides of the tank coated wif protectant if not the petrol will eat thru.
  15. Tats exactly why u never see a slow ducati. U can accelerate thru the rpm but not hold rpm. If u hold anything below 4krpm, it will always feel like its goin to die and practically never be able to open the throttle to gun up.
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