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Andy Downes  says:

Staff Blog: Barely a sign of 6000 miles ridden

The odometer clicked through 6000 miles on the Multistrada 1200 S Touring on the way to work this morning and in light of this approaching milestone I spent three hours giving the bike a deep clean over the weekend.After riding to Italy in the dry two weeks ago but then riding almost all 1100miles home in lashing rain the bike...

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TwoBrosBlade

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TwoBrosBlade says:

Servicing costs are still high

"Ducati ownership was the perception the bikes are more expensive to service than others so extending the miles between services was seen as a way of changing this." My experience here is that they are just as expensive to service as they used to be. Extending the interval has just meant a higher bill at that interval. Belts are due every 2yrs and only a fool would ignore that - though both sets ive had done have looked brand new when they come off. And when the belts themselves are over £100 its little wonder servicing is still considered expensive, by me at least. In context, the simple belt service on my modern Duke was more than my Honda's big service with the valve clearances checked.

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yaki

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yaki says:

TwoBrosBlade when you see the used belts coming of and looking like new do you not ask you self any questions like are ducati taking the piss.

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