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Author Topic: 2018 Ducati Monster 1200R for sale  (Read 711 times)
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« on: June 06, 2022, 05:56:30 AM »

Saying goodbye to trellis frames and bought a 2021 M937+ w/ 2500 mi. on the clock, Termi full race exhaust and multiple Rizoma for Ducati farkles already installed. A lighter (366 lb dry), more nimble, and equally willing alternative to every trellis-framed Ducati I have owned in the past 15 years; I couldn’t be happier with this change in horses. I now think aluminum frames are the way forward; sorry to any traditionalistas out there!

The 2018 Monster 1200R in Anniversary Red is on consignment at Eurosport Cycle in Fort Worth. This bike was arguably the last and best of the trellis-framed Monster breed, and that’s why I bought it in 2020, the year it went disco. Termi full race with dealer-only UpMap ECU flash. CRG Arrows. New Rage Cycles fender eliminator and front signals. Bike has fork and shock spring upgrades for 200 lb. rider w/o gear (10 N/mm forks / 130 N/mm shock). Cam belt replacement, brakes and clutch flush and bleed, and oil and filter change done in May 2022. It’s crazy fast, 159 BHP / 96 ft/lbs T (or thereabouts) - more power than you could ever possibly use outside the track, but you want it anyway, don’t you, you fool!?!?

Accessories available for purchase separately are the Ducati “tall rider” comfort seat, Ohlins OE 8 and 9 N/mm fork springs and OE 115 N/mm shock springs, and Puig touring windscreen - PM for details.
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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2022, 04:46:11 PM »

Enjoy the new ride!


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Pete Townshend

2009 M1100 67,000+ miles- and not climbing
2015 Suzuki TU250X 13,000+ miles
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