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u/dontstopnotlistening · 2 pointsr/Ducati

If you're looking to tune the suspension on your stock bike, I'd suggest making sure that you first understand what you are about to do. I like this book a lot:

Adjusting the pre-load for your weight is likely the most important tuning that you will ever do on a bike intended for casual riding. Depending on how aggressively you ride, you'd probably be completely fine if you never touch any of the tuning away from stock settings.

One suggestion that I will make is to make sure that you have the rear brake configured so that it's difficult to lock up the rear tire. When I got my monster, I felt like the brake lever was too high up and adjusting made using the rear brake feel better for me. Your manual has instructions for adjusting all of the controls.

u/yateswebsite · 3 pointsr/Ducati

Congrats! One thing I use on mine for better visibility is night tape. Something like this:

Is black during the day but VERY reflective at night. Made a huge difference on the back of my ST4s.

u/rivingtonthe3rd · 3 pointsr/Ducati

0000 steel wool and mothers polish. I just cleaned my 749 Termignoni's and the 0000 steel wool didn't harm them a bit. Give it a nice soap and water clean afterward. Mothers has a residue but man does it shine nice!

u/GreatMalbenego · 1 pointr/Ducati

Yeah man, just moved into a place with no garage or cover and was agonizing over how to keep my Monster from being an easy target. Found an article by a guy who used to steal bikes for a living. Said those disc locks are toys, the built in steering lock just takes a few firm kicks, and if nothing else two big dudes can just pick a bike up. He recommended the lock below, and make sure its through the FRAME (not swingarm, tire comes off quick) and anchored to something truly stuck in the ground. I've got mine on a big utility pole. Keep the outside of the cover dirty, but feel free to brush out/rinse the inside every once in awhile. If you can, find a place out of view of the main road but under lighting, or consider installing an outdoor solar powered/motion activated light (can be found for like $10-$15)

Kryptonite Chain and Lock:

Motorcycle Cover:

Also interesting to note, this once-thief said don't bother with GPS trackers. Apparently very few idiots steal and keep a bike. For the most part they'll find the tracker during teardown or damage the bike so badly you don't want it back anyway.


u/wutisthisthing · 1 pointr/Ducati

Here’s the link!

Savior Equipment Tactical Multi-Purpose EDC Admin Pouch Military Waist Belt Modular Utility Tools Bag Organizer, Laser-Cut Style Molle Attachment Ready

u/eightdrunkengods · 2 pointsr/Ducati

If you have a standard/stock battery, the standard Battery Tender will do. Just get the $30-ish dollar name brand one. You have a Panigale. "cheaper" is not in your vocabulary anymore. :)

If you have some kind of ultralight Lithium battery, you might need something different.

u/VV4R_M4CHIN3 · 1 pointr/Ducati

So if I were to purchase something like this.

Would this work to trickle charge my battery.

u/ocelotpotpie · 1 pointr/Ducati

Nah it's just a standard 12V battery. You don't need a fancy tender. Anything that connects to your connector will work. And all the ones I've seen come with the pigtail so you can yank yours and install it.

I like this one because it has a few more amps for quicker charging if I'm in more of a hurry:

But any tender will do.

u/Rec0de · 1 pointr/Ducati

I'm 5'7" and have a 959. In the manual, the preload for the rear shock is supposed to be 17mm. I set mine at 15mm which causes more rider sag in the rear (not a lot). Also, another thing that helped me were these wolverine boots from Amazon. The boots added an inch to an inch and a half to my height. With those two things, I'm able to touch the ground better and don't have a problem with the pegs.

u/CaffeineSexAddict · 1 pointr/Ducati

Ducati battery tender

We used this battery tender to connect the wiring harness and had to replace the 3 amp fuse with a 15 from the fuse box note the manual where to find it.

u/stupidasian94 · 1 pointr/Ducati

I didn't but it's recommended to do so. Make sure to get the short insert.

If you're worried, about the strength of the threads then you can use the strainer bolt instead of the drain plug for your oil changes

TIME-SERT M12 X 1.50 Metric Drain Plug Repair Kit

TIME-SERT Metric Steel Insert M12X1.5X6.7MM Part # 12157

u/Urchinchilla · 1 pointr/Ducati

I bought these ear plugs after reading good things about them in a different but very similar thread. They work very well.

Howard Leight by Honeywell Max Lite Low Pressure Disposable Foam Earplugs, 200-Pairs (LPF-1)

u/nominally · 1 pointr/Ducati

Was there 2 discs on the front and 1 was removed?

Personally, it's a rare treat to see an original, undespoilt Monster anymore. I'm guilty as charged. But if you want to massively update the look, it all depends on budget. A carbon slipon exhaust (Termi, Arrow, Competition Werks ...) , with some new mirrors and flashers from Rizoma and a fender delete will go a long way! You have to saw the frame on these old Monsters to do a fender delete, I think.

u/sebkul · 1 pointr/Ducati

So I bough some cheap $30 mirrors for my Buell. They kind of look cheap from close up. But I can't live without them now...

This time around I bough the Arrow mirrors... They haven't arrived yet.

With all the things I still want to buy, I made this to illustrate my new problem.

u/AugustFinster · 2 pointsr/Ducati

It's actually made from a really soft material. I was worried about damage too but all the reviews said this wouldn't. It reminds me of the stuff they make karate mats out of. Amazon link if you're interested

u/Shadowkyzr · 1 pointr/Ducati

I lost mine within the first month of getting my bike. Now I just opt for a cheap helmet net I got at the motorcycle store.

Cons: if someone wants to steal your helmet, it's really no hassle. Then again, if someone really wanted your helmet, a thin wire probably wouldn't stop them. My insurance against helmet theft is a cheap helmet no one wants to steal.

Pros: securely fastens helmet to bike, can throw a helmet under there while riding (couldn't do that with wire cable), can also use net for holding other stuff while riding, like groceries.