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[Group] SBF DUCATI Monster


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Hi hansolo, thanks for replying

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/used_bikes/28853/ducati_monster_1000/

 

came across this, is this your ad?

 

Nope tanseyhan, haven put it up yet. Here's my 1100 photo fyi.. Haha http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/14/09/12/c7ae1a68530df73543957afa443fa08c.jpghttp://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/14/09/12/10965016e4de8b7b43b994a5e92a3261.jpghttp://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/14/09/12/9a6fe6035fbc6780c9ad7db5f80ed0ff.jpg

 

 

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Nope tanseyhan, haven put it up yet. Here's my 1100 photo fyi.. Haha

 

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Nice ride, sexy dry clutch.. are u still enjoying the cling cling?

 

found some good info between 1100s and 1100evo

S = ohlins fork, evo = marzocchi - both adjustable obviously

S = undertail exhausts , evo = side ones

Evo makes about 5hp more, has ABS and traction control

 

1100s because it has twin spark heads, ohlins, carbon, dry clutch, lovely gold marchesini wheels ( instead of evo black ) and I also prefer the high exhaust style.

Power ? Can't see a 5hp difference as opposed to well set up suspenders making a faster bike, anyway, mine has twin tooters, race ecu and DP air filter, bet it already makes more power.

Evo has traction control and abs for folks that can't ride properly lol oh and check forums for traction control issues on the evo, how's your 5hp extra now

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Nice ride, sexy dry clutch.. are u still enjoying the cling cling?

 

found some good info between 1100s and 1100evo

S = ohlins fork, evo = marzocchi - both adjustable obviously

S = undertail exhausts , evo = side ones

Evo makes about 5hp more, has ABS and traction control

 

1100s because it has twin spark heads, ohlins, carbon, dry clutch, lovely gold marchesini wheels ( instead of evo black ) and I also prefer the high exhaust style.

Power ? Can't see a 5hp difference as opposed to well set up suspenders making a faster bike, anyway, mine has twin tooters, race ecu and DP air filter, bet it already makes more power.

Evo has traction control and abs for folks that can't ride properly lol oh and check forums for traction control issues on the evo, how's your 5hp extra now

 

Pretty much enjoying it alot. Dry clutch is what makes it more special bro..

 

5hp diff u really cnt feel it here, except during my rides up north where u can really blast the monster right up to 6th gear hard. ;)

 

Normal days I'll ride this to and fro to work. Great commuting bike!

 

 

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Hi All,

 

My beloved Ducati monster 1100 is up for sale! :cheer:

COE - 31 July 2019

Road Tax - 30 Jan 2015

Price - $17,000 or Cash $4000 + COI $357 x 36mths (Able to nego)

 

Reason - Upgrade to pillion friendly ride ;)

 

More details can be found at below link:-

 

link - http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/420542-WTS-2009-Red-Ducati-Monster-1100?p=8220254#post8220254

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Hi All,

 

My beloved Ducati monster 1100 is up for sale! :cheer:

COE - 31 July 2019

Road Tax - 30 Jan 2015

Price - $17,000 (Able to nego)

Reason - Upgrade to pillion friendly ride ;)

 

More details can be found at below link:-

 

link - http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/420542-WTS-2009-Red-Ducati-Monster-1100?p=8220254#post8220254

 

Awesome ad !

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I recently changed to mine to Pirelli Angel GT, can't really remember the exact price but its about 400+. Got it changed at Loois. Havent really used it for cornering much, but so far so good ������������

 

I also changed mine to Pirelli Angel GT on my M1100S. So far satisfied with it's performance. :)

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Hi guys,i saw the latest M821 and price seems attractive but i am open to other Monsters as well.

main concern is the dry and wet clutch.what is the pros and cons?

i prefer the dry actually but dont know anything on Ducatis.I read alot and saw the valve clearance and timing belt seem to be the major thing.

whats the killing part?any other things i need to consider?

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