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First Outing on the Ducati

Well, one week after purchase of my 748 (in much need of attention) and having gone over the misc. nuts and bolts to assure everything was as it should be....I took her out this morning to Shady Valley to ride the Snake. Here's a couple of me leaving the house (shot by the "better" half):




30-something miles later arriving at the store and grabbing some lunch:


Few more at the store (taking breaks):



Stopping along the Snake (US421):




And my tires upon arriving home........I think this is going to be a beautiful relationship we have going on here:





All in all, not bad for a first outing........can't wait till the next chance I get to get out there! Just wanted to share. Keep it shiny up boys/girls.

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Beautiful bike and great looking road you have there. Love that classic Ducati look.

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Cool, wondered when I was going to see some pics of your newest acquisition!

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Cool, wondered when I was going to see some pics of your newest acquisition!
Yeah, didn't want to go too crazy textin 'em to ya, thought I'd share this way instead.

You'll get to see her in person over the GP week that I'm attending for the 3rd year in a row! Let me know if that opening parade thing is happening again, I'm in

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Yeah, didn't want to go too crazy textin 'em to ya, thought I'd share this way instead.

You'll get to see her in person over the GP week that I'm attending for the 3rd year in a row! Let me know if that opening parade thing is happening again, I'm in
Haven't heard yet but I'm sure there will be a Media Day kick off again, that rocked last year!

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Haven't heard yet but I'm sure there will be a Media Day kick off again, that rocked last year!
Yes it did, and thanks for including us! I still talk about that........and hearing that Desmodici ROARRRRRING through downtown!

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How much did you pick up that beauty for?
Jared, that's like asking a woman how much she weighs..........j/k, stole her at $3k

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Jared, that's like asking a woman how much she weighs..........j/k, stole her at $3k
Yep, stolen. That's a nice price, sweet bike, and great pics.

I live in the twisties, and it looks like you do too. Great fun huh?

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Yep, stolen. That's a nice price, sweet bike, and great pics.

I live in the twisties, and it looks like you do too. Great fun huh?
Yeah bro, I'm about 30 miles out from that road, but I have them all around me

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Just WOW!!!



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Got the new pipes on today, good bye sh*tty 2Bros, hello REMUS!!!






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I likey! Keeping this one or flipping it as usual?

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I likey! Keeping this one or flipping it as usual?
Scott,

I really feel like I'm one with this bike, I'm keeping her.........and you can hold me to it

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Scott,

I really feel like I'm one with this bike, I'm keeping her.........and you can hold me to it
Good, I've never ridden a Ducati.....................yet.

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Good, I've never ridden a Ducati.....................yet.
Don't worry Scott, you will........I'm guessing in August

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Congrats on the bike. She's a beauty...I like the new exhaust too!

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Congrats on the bike. She's a beauty...I like the new exhaust too!
Thanks! I hated that Two Brothers, but it came with it..........oh well.....I'll probably sell them for the same I paid for the Remus

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Im always curious why people gawk over Ducati's, I really dont think there so special. and how are they any better looking then all the other crotch rockets out there?

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Im always curious why people gawk over Ducati's, I really dont think there so special. and how are they any better looking then all the other crotch rockets out there?
Dude, they're the Ferraris of the motorcycle world!

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Im always curious why people gawk over Ducati's, I really dont think there so special. and how are they any better looking then all the other crotch rockets out there?
To me personally, I've never ridden a better handling bike and I've had my share of Japanese bikes. You also can't beat a twin for roll on power through the entire power band and not just at high RPM's like on inlines. You'd have to ride one to understand, but in the end it's a personal preference.........that and being part Italian, I'm partial to them

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Dude, they're the Ferraris of the motorcycle world!
That too

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I've only had the opportunity to ride demo models of newer Ducs (848, Hyper 1100, Monster 1100s).
The two things that impress me the most are:
1- (as previously mentioned) ever-present power from low grunt to high speed, and
2- the buttery smooth shifting.
I hope to test ride the Streetfighter & the newly re-designed Multistrada this year.

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Hey bro, just wanted to let you know I got your email. I'll give you a shout as we get closer to the trip.

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Eeexcellent.


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All I know is a guy I know bought a brand new 848 when they came out and the damn thing is ALWAYS in the shop. Who knows, maybe he got a lemon.

And if I want deep twin growl I will get a super hawk or sv

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never been a fan of ducati... must be like one of those "its a jeep thing" ideology...

of course, i never really understood the whole "its a jeep thing" to begin with

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All I know is a guy I know bought a brand new 848 when they came out and the damn thing is ALWAYS in the shop. Who knows, maybe he got a lemon.

And if I want deep twin growl I will get a super hawk or sv
I've had the SuperHawk and rode an SV.....they are both lacking to me. It's all personal preference though. I did love my RC51.

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I've had the SuperHawk and rode an SV.....they are both lacking to me. It's all personal preference though. I did love my RC51.
How could I forget about the RC51... I rode behind one for a whole day of rideing and I had on major headache from that thumping sound...lol

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How could I forget about the RC51... I rode behind one for a whole day of rideing and I had on major headache from that thumping sound...lol
The RC is an all around beautiful machine..........I just wish Honda would have done a front mount radiator instead of those stupid side mount units........that and find a way to divert the heat so your balls don't cook in traffic

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I like the look of the Duc but I just like my Speed Triple better... The Streetfighter I test rode had some fuel delivery problems, the 848 felt anemic compared to S3 until I started to rev it out, but the 1198S... WOW! That thing was designed to replace waterboarding in city traffic but get it on a twisty road and my GOD it is sweet. More power than is really usable and so very light. I was nearly getting a knee down on a test ride without meaning to do so... It was so lithe and narrow... But, I live in the real world and since commuting is 80% of my bike's use, I needed something that I could live with during the week and still get my jolly's met on the weekend...



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Jared, I wouldn't have bought this bike if I was planning on commuting on it all the time. There are much better bikes for that. This is the perfect bike for what I wanted to use it for............the mountains and the occasional track day

I would get another Ducati Monster if I wanted a commuter

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Yeah, I hear ya... My car has been down since Dec 24 so it has been just the bike for me (not that I mind).



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That sucks bro. Atleast you have a bad ass Triple to ride. I love that style, but I'd throw a Monster single headlight on it.............LOL! That's the only thing I was never a fan of on the ST, but man do they ride/sound sooooooo nice.

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I've only had the opportunity to ride demo models of newer Ducs (848, Hyper 1100, Monster 1100s).
The two things that impress me the most are:
1- (as previously mentioned) ever-present power from low grunt to high speed, and
2- the buttery smooth shifting.
I hope to test ride the Streetfighter & the newly re-designed Multistrada this year.
Ducati Omaha is going to have a demo 1198S soon... And they've got a demo Streetfighter right now.

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Nice bike man.
I'm pretty sure I still have an ecu modchip on the shelf for that bike if you want it. Mine was a yellow '01.

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I've only had the opportunity to ride demo models of newer Ducs (848, Hyper 1100, Monster 1100s).
The two things that impress me the most are:
1- (as previously mentioned) ever-present power from low grunt to high speed, and
2- the buttery smooth shifting.
I hope to test ride the Streetfighter & the newly re-designed Multistrada this year.
http://www.ducati.com/bikes/multistrada/1200_s/index.do

My wife was so impressed by a parking lot's multistrada 2up ergos, she took pix and proudly stated "we need this bike!". The things we do for love!

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On the new Multi I've still got the Jury out on whether or not I like it..........I'll say this much, it's much better looking then the last one.

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On the new Multi I've still got the Jury out on whether or not I like it..........I'll say this much, it's much better looking then the last one.
The funny part was she saw/liked the old one.. homelier than the first 400lb loser of the Biggest Loser! I said "that's nice.." went to website and was so relived they updated it. 150HP, 87ftlb, ~475lb! What's not to love?!

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On the new Multi I've still got the Jury out on whether or not I like it..........I'll say this much, it's much better looking then the last one.
My jury says the 748 is one of the most beautiful Ducatis ever. I would still love to get one - in yellow though. I still hope to have a Ducati some day, even if only for a year or two. A yellow 748 or something older, like an 851, or and a 750/900 SS.

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