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Happy New Years! I'm back! Winter mods for M1100 EVO!

Shit it's been over a year, finally got my account restored after that big change and I lost access. Recent mods include New Rage Cycles integrated tail, replacing my Ducati Monster Tailchop one (super nice, love it and so much more room for activities!), Rizoma Next tanks replacing those fugly pisscups, turn signals, CNC Racing flange, Oberon clutch slave with a fancy new red cable (hawt!, at LEAST +0.002 hp added), ASV levers along with some carbon fiber goodness. Next up for the winter includes a shit ton of stuff from Ducabike (Pilot rearsets, that nifty handlebar switch that looks like a MotoGP bike, and a damper, oil bath cover with new pressure plate, etc.), more carbon fiber, and some new wheels (gold Oz Racing Gass-RS more than likely). Any plans for winter mods on your beasts?


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2013 M1100 EVO 20th Anniversary 93/200
2013 Multistrada S Touring
Gone but not forgotten: 916, 748, 749, 999, 996, ST2, Sport Classic 1000, 748 again, 848

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2013 M1100 EVO 20th Anniversary 93/200
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Rizoma zero turns should be installed this weekend and need to order longer rear brake line to finish my rear set swap. Couple of carbon parts(chain guard and heel guards). Then maybe a 14 tooth front.

Great build on your part. Look forward to seeing more!!!

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Is that a 2013 anniversary eddition? New to the forum I just bought one used a couple months that back.

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Is that a 2013 anniversary eddition? New to the forum I just bought one used a couple months that back.
Hell yeah! #119/200. Just flipped 38k miles, I can't stop riding it. Of the 13 Ducs I've owned, this one is by far the most fun to ride, I can't explain it. It's been very affordable to own too, and hasn't broken down a single time. Love it! Got any plans for yours in regards to mods?

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Hell yeah! #119/200. Just flipped 38k miles, I can't stop riding it. Of the 13 Ducs I've owned, this one is by far the most fun to ride, I can't explain it. It's been very affordable to own too, and hasn't broken down a single time. Love it! Got any plans for yours in regards to mods?
Mine came with termignoni pipes, a bunch if other little aftermarket stuff and the guy had it tuned. I only have a problem starting it. Once it's running it runs like a dream though! First Ducati I've ever owned. It's the 796. It has low miles, can't remember exactly, around 5k?

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Mine came with termignoni pipes, a bunch if other little aftermarket stuff and the guy had it tuned. I only have a problem starting it. Once it's running it runs like a dream though! First Ducati I've ever owned. It's the 796. It has low miles, can't remember exactly, around 5k?

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Sometime opening the gas tank makes starting easier. I have to hit the smart button for a second shut off, open gas cap, close then it starts up perfectly.

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Sometime opening the gas tank makes starting easier. I have to hit the smart button for a second shut off, open gas cap, close then it starts up perfectly.

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My father thinks it's a battery issue. When I hit the starter button itll run for a second then cut all electronics and everything will restart. It'll do this until I'm able to start it. I'll try the gas tank trick though.

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Great looking bike you've got there! Nice mods, headers & pipe look great. I got mine back in October and last week installed the evotech fender eliminator - what a difference! I can stare at it for an hour! My last two street bikes were an 03' and then a '13 Yamaha FZ1 and they were fantastic, do-it-all bikes, but this 1100 EVO is hands down the FUNNEST bike I've ever had - and my first Ducati. Love it.
Other than looks, whats your opinion of the clutch slave you installed?

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Great looking bike you've got there! Nice mods, headers & pipe look great. I got mine back in October and last week installed the evotech fender eliminator - what a difference! I can stare at it for an hour! My last two street bikes were an 03' and then a '13 Yamaha FZ1 and they were fantastic, do-it-all bikes, but this 1100 EVO is hands down the FUNNEST bike I've ever had - and my first Ducati. Love it.
Other than looks, whats your opinion of the clutch slave you installed?
Nice! Agreed, the bike is a major hoot. One of my all-time favorite bikes owned (out of 52 now), and next to my current Multistrada probably one of my favorite Ducs (out of 9 owned). That fender eliminator is nice, just cleans it up. Evotech makes good stuff.

The Oberon slave is one of those must-haves. First up, unlike the stock clutch slave, the breather hole is at the bottom (as opposed to the breather hole facing the countershaft sprocket on the stock one and sucking in all of that grit). Also the clutch pull is butter - they say a good 30% or so, but I swear it's closer to 40-45% less pull for me at the lever with this particular slave. It's that noticeable. I put a new line on it when I swapped it out, 30k miles was pretty good on that stock line. Plus the red makes it at LEAST +0.00002 HP. What mods do you have planned next? I think next up I'm going to do rearsets (Ducabike Pilot) and some more carbon fiber.

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