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[Group] SBF DUCATI Monster

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Heyo. I should be joining this proud family of riders soon. But before i jump right in, has this group like collated a list or reputed workshops/mechanics for servicing the bikes? I mean apart from the authorised dealer. The name that i see often is Michael Chong from Autopoint( pardon me if i got that wrong). Such a list would extremely useful.


If the group already has one, i am blind and that post should be stickied.

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Servicing/Repair for Ducati's in general are long, is it advisable or a norm for a Ducati owner to own a spare bike? Thinking of buying a cheap and low maintenance bike as a spare when Ducati is down.

Honda Phantom TA200 2013-2016

Yamaha RXZ 2016~Current

Ducati Monster 821 Dark Stealth 2016~current

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Looking to buy a monster 696. Tested a few bikes and liked one. Problem is when i was test riding, the bike felt a bit wobbly. Not sure if its the tyres ( which are a bit worn) or the suspension.. how to know if suspension has any problems..?

Yes it could be tyres.. I remember when I bought mine 2nd hand. The tyres look just fine 'Michelin Pilot Sport' but ride was wobbly during low speeds turning. Change to a new pair of tyres and all was fine..


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Hey guys any advice is appreciated.


I'm having a problem with clutch fade, whenever I have to go through more than 5 minutes of start-stop traffic. It gets so bad that I effectively have no more clutch, and I'll have to wait for the bike to cool off before getting back on the road. Don't think it's a leak though, since the clutch works completely fine after that. Re-bleed perhaps?


And to those asking about consumption, I get 20km/l out of my 1100evo if I keep the average rpm within 4k.

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Assalamualaikum/Hello to fellow bikers...


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Looking to buy a monster 696. Tested a few bikes and liked one. Problem is when i was test riding, the bike felt a bit wobbly. Not sure if its the tyres ( which are a bit worn) or the suspension.. how to know if suspension has any problems..?


Looking to sell mine, '08 model, 38k on the clock, with Legal Termigs (titanium, with cert and all)

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Hi guys,


anyone riding a M695? Just curious if there is any street legal exhaust model for this ducati model? So far the main distributor here doesn't carry for M695.


Else thinking of importing an exhaust model system that both product certified to this Ducati Model and as well as meet the required EC standard for emission and sound with respect to LTA/NEA requirement of 97/24/EC chap 9 & 5 for bike registered before 2014.


What you guys think? Thanks :D:P

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