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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 10-13-2016, 05:01 PM
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Only had bike since Monday. Has a few problems with starting when cold but Ducati know about it and are looking into it for me. Runs great once warmed up. I've already ordered custom seat and side panels from mugello. A headlight protector, and also ordered a tail tidy off eBay. Going to America for 4 weeks so I wing be able to take her out for awhile. But hoping all my parts will nearly be ready once I'm home.


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which tail tidy did you get? i've been looking all over the place and most don't have sixty2 listed.

do you have a pic too?
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which tail tidy did you get? i've been looking all over the place and most don't have sixty2 listed.



do you have a pic too?


I can't seem to find the eBay seller I got mine from. But looks pretty similar to this one.

I just had to make some brackets for the turn signals out of aluminium plate and riveted them in place.



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I can't seem to find the eBay seller I got mine from. But looks pretty similar to this one.

I just had to make some brackets for the turn signals out of aluminium plate and riveted them in place.


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Rad. I think that's what I'm going to go with on mine. Cleans up the tail nice.

I found one on revzilla and I'm hoping it will work for the sixty2 - it's a competition werkes fender eliminator. I'd post the link but apparently I don't have enough posts yet. But it looks similar.
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Wife's been touring in her 62'.
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Wow such an adventurous couple ride out!

"Living the Ducati Desmodromic Dream..."
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Picked her up over Labor Day weekend as an early birthday present for my self. I sold my TT R8 a few months ago, so needed something to satisfy me. I know it doesn't really compare but, it's just enough for NYC.

Mods Installed

- Termignomi Exhaust
- EvoTech Skid Plate
- EvoTech Front & Rear Sliders
- EvoTech Crash Bobbin
- NRC Fender Delete w/ LED
- CNC Adjustable Levers

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- New mirrors (Rizmona?)
- New Front LED Indicators
- Paint Exhaust Piping Black
- Mustang Seat
- Ducati Lowered Handlebars
- EvoTech Rectifier Guard

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- SBSuspension Rear Shock
- JW Speaker 8790 Adaptive LED
- EvoTech Sprocket Guard
- Chain Guard


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Couple of questions: Gotham, what hand guards are those and Sam, what top case and rack are you using. Thanks guys. BTW, I will post pics tomorrow of my Sixty-2. I just got a sargent seat.
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My Sixty2 in MKE

New to the forum and am enjoying the very unique and personal interpretations applied to the Ducati Scrambler models. Iíve learned some tips and directions that Iíve used on my bike. Iíve learned how to remove and save the myriad OEM frame stickers, added a Dart screen (love it in dark smoke), found a used set of Chase Harper Stealth soft side bags and fiddled with some frame billet plugs in Testorís Competition Orange paint. Looking forward to adding a set of Multistrada 1200 footrests and a Hepco & Becker tail tack.
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