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The moment I got home after the dealership I removed all of the silver stickers, the clear sticker on the gas tank, the stuck on side markers on the front forks, and the evap canister system.

Goof off works great and was necessary for the crap left behind after removing the side markers on the front forks, but be careful, that stuff is pretty caustic. Goo gone is far less caustic, but takes a little longer to work its magic. If something has nice paint finish, I use goo gone.
 

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Easiest way to remove them is with a hair dryer (to loosen the glue), then remove residual (if any) with your preferred goo remover. I usually stick them under the seat in case anyone ever needs to reference them.
 
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After pulling out as much sticker as possible, steal some olive oil from the kitchen & rub that over the sticker residue with a soft cloth. That should work too.

Click readable pictures of the stickers prior to removal and store in your iCloud, Google drive account etc. I've made folders and archive all my important automobile documents this way for easy accessibility.
 
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I put all mine on the inside cover of the manual.
.. which, imho, is where they should have been put in the first place.

Ok, I realize Ducati probably have to do this for US compliance purposes, but who in their right mind thinks that putting stickers all over a bike actually achieves anything!?.

Here in the UK we only have to contend with a couple of discreet warning stickers but none on the frames themselves, thank goodness.
 
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