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Multistrada Gallery

Discussion in 'Multistrada' started by Rob, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. That was fresh off delivery wagon -it’ll be tucked away. Although I rode to Scarborough with my key in the seat latch first week I had the last bike
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  2. Thanks, TonyN! Sorry to hear about Twin4Me. :yum
  3. my new suit
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  5. Ever since buying the Mutley, I found that the black-painted exhaust valve cover stood out like a sore thumb on a white bike. So out went the black anodize, and in the brushed steel, which matches the engine cover and exhaust pipes.

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  6. Looks a little Bottom heavy now. Preferred the before, less obvious look, sorry!
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  7. i think so too, it might look better with the seat on, but personal choice and all that.. i like the trolly..
  8. Oh yeah, hadn’t noticed that, pretty neat eh.
  9. Added akra and some stickezzz
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  10. Out yesterday to newlands with another Ducati enthusiast a friend since 1979 he has a 748 a multistrada and the Hypermotard in the picture bit chilly but nice all the same BD31F970-5CD6-4162-84AE-1A94DC80FF46.jpeg
  11. Nice bins - standard
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    Went the other way, black gloss end bits plus carbon hydro dipped cover.
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  13. Looks good too.

    Doing black bottom was my second choice. Decided to leave the engine cover and exhaust untouched and only work on the exhaust valve cover instead.

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