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Located in South East Michigan, about 30 minutes north of Detroit.

2,200 miles
Clean and clear title in my name
Meticulously over maintained, immaculate condition
Never down, no issues, everything works as it should
All maintenance is up to date (performed at a Ducati dealer)

My guess is that if you're looking at this post you already know what makes this bike so special, but here are the highlights of what separates it from the Base and S model Monsters just in case:

Higher spec motor with 160hp and larger exhaust headers
Updated chassis with increase cornering clearance
Revalved full Ohlins suspension front and back
Lightweight Marchesini forged wheels
Ohlins steering damper
Mini windscreen
Completely different tail section design with rear seat cover
Completely different foot pegs design
Carbon fiber front fender
Solo seat cover
Unique paint job (with optional “Thrilling Black” on this bike)

Aftermarket parts:
Arrow carbon exhaust ($700)
Ducati ECU engine mapping module ($250)
Annitori QS PRO 2 quickshifter ($240)
Factory Pro shift kit ($150)
Evotech radiator & oil cooler guards ($200)
Evotech muffler hanger/passenger peg delete ($85)
NCR tail tidy kit ($200)
Sato frame sliders ($250)
Ducati performance carbon fiber rear hugger ($275)
Ducati performance carbon fiber ignition cover ($254)
Ducati performance LED front turn signals ($115)
Rizoma Spy-R bar end mirror ($150)
TecMate Ducati to SAE adapter cable for battery tender ($30)
Dunlop Q4 Sportmax tires ($434)

There is $3500 in parts on this bike, not including the labor to install it.

I keep it is stored inside a heated garage, on stands, under a cover, with the battery tender connected at all times. Bike has a brand new set of Dunlop Q4 tires and is ready to ride, it needs absolutely nothing. Just completed oil change (full synthetic Motul 300V) and a coolant change. Next service is due in 7500 miles. I have two other motorcycles and I am simply not riding it much (as you can see by the miles). This is one of the most fun and exciting motorcycle that I've owned - pure joy.

Price is $14,200. MSRP on this bike was $18,895 new without dealer fees, taxes, and any of the extras.

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