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Hi guys. I'm looking to purchase a used Ducati Monster 400. Could I know are there any known issues on this bike? Also how much does it cost for maintenance? If anyone selling their Monster 400, please PM for price and condition. Thanks

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Hi,

 

Just asking is it safe to wash my 996S at those car wash in JB and in Singapore?

Will it cause any electrical damage and any precautions to prepare my 996S for a wash?

My HDB car park is not conducive for self-wash.

 

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Hi fellow Ducatisis,

 

Just asking where to buy Ducati Performance stuffs?

Minvera, Wearnes or online, Ducati.com/accessories ?

 

BTW, where's everyone?

This thread is quite quiet.

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