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Thanks Guys,
(just Improvisation - sorry lost my First reply 😬)

To be honest I didn‘t ride enough with my X 😁
Till today I made round about 2500km and only 300km Offroad. Especially Offroad I hopefully find more time next season.

Onroad the bike always impresses me - the stability without being sluggy… My expresion is to find back to a quite natural riding behavior… or better pretty fast riding behavior without bering patronised by electronic. The reason why I sold my Ktm Adv 890.
I have the Same smile after a Ride compared to my Hypermotard Evo Sp without and electronic…

Offroad…Ducati made a proper job. The Balance of this (heavy) bike and the Suspension seems to have potential. But to come closer to I need better offroad tyres. Rear Shock and fork in the also com into focus… especially the back needs my attention.

Didn‘t changed so much on Parts till now. Only the high Seat, the org. GPS Mount. Tried the Termignoni Slip on and was totale disapointed - to expansive, to haevy and a loss of torque between 4000rpm and 6000rpm. There will be no re - Mapping from Duc or Termingnoni.

And you guys - what‘s your experiences, thougts or ….

Greets from swotzerland
 

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Forgot….the only thing Sortiment I‘m really concerned and nerved is the temperature behavior…..seems that it runs to meager to pass regulations.

Your expression on this Tonic?
 

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Thanks Guys,
(just Improvisation - sorry lost my First reply 😬)

To be honest I didn‘t ride enough with my X 😁
Till today I made round about 2500km and only 300km Offroad. Especially Offroad I hopefully find more time next season.

Onroad the bike always impresses me - the stability without being sluggy… My expresion is to find back to a quite natural riding behavior… or better pretty fast riding behavior without bering patronised by electronic. The reason why I sold my Ktm Adv 890.
I have the Same smile after a Ride compared to my Hypermotard Evo Sp without and electronic…

Offroad…Ducati made a proper job. The Balance of this (heavy) bike and the Suspension seems to have potential. But to come closer to I need better offroad tyres. Rear Shock and fork in the also com into focus… especially the back needs my attention.

Didn‘t changed so much on Parts till now. Only the high Seat, the org. GPS Mount. Tried the Termignoni Slip on and was totale disapointed - to expansive, to haevy and a loss of torque between 4000rpm and 6000rpm. There will be no re - Mapping from Duc or Termingnoni.

And you guys - what‘s your experiences, thougts or ….

Greets from swotzerland
I replaced the OEM tyres with Motoz Rallz and I have to say on road, they’re not great as compared to the Pirelli’s, but off road, they’re fantastic. Might try running the Pirelli on the front and the Motoz on the rear to see if that gives me a little more compromise.

As for parts, I installed the Evotech GPS mount and it works great and it’s a LOT cheaper than the Ducati mount. I am set to have the full titanium Termi exhaust installed next week, and I hope it yields a much better result than the slip on that you tried.

So far, I absolutely LOVE this machine. It’s so capable off road, and on road, well… it’s a Ducati!
 

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Thanks Guys,
(just Improvisation - sorry lost my First reply 😬)

To be honest I didn‘t ride enough with my X 😁
Till today I made round about 2500km and only 300km Offroad. Especially Offroad I hopefully find more time next season.

Onroad the bike always impresses me - the stability without being sluggy… My expresion is to find back to a quite natural riding behavior… or better pretty fast riding behavior without bering patronised by electronic. The reason why I sold my Ktm Adv 890.
I have the Same smile after a Ride compared to my Hypermotard Evo Sp without and electronic…

Offroad…Ducati made a proper job. The Balance of this (heavy) bike and the Suspension seems to have potential. But to come closer to I need better offroad tyres. Rear Shock and fork in the also com into focus… especially the back needs my attention.

Didn‘t changed so much on Parts till now. Only the high Seat, the org. GPS Mount. Tried the Termignoni Slip on and was totale disapointed - to expansive, to haevy and a loss of torque between 4000rpm and 6000rpm. There will be no re - Mapping from Duc or Termingnoni.

And you guys - what‘s your experiences, thougts or ….

Greets from swotzerland
Have you thought on which tires you'd switch to?
 
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