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If the yellow on the full throttle tank side panel matches the yellow on the icon, I will be putting them on my Icon. I'll also be removing the carbon vapor box (US model), and I'll be looking to remove the license plate bracket swing arm thing for a tail tidy of some sort. I'm also getting the termi race slip on.

Not sure what else yet. I really love most of the bike the way it is. That said, I usually start messing with things.
 

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First mod on my Classic with be a skid plate (we have these giant speedbumps in Mexico called topes and many are disguised to surprise you) , and after some breakin, if I don't think that the sound is representative I will figure out how to solve that.
 

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..... I'll be looking to remove the license plate bracket swing arm thing for a tail tidy of some sort. I'm also getting the termi race slip on. ......
Same here!
If the stock suspension is not good enough, i will go for Öhlins,Wilbers,Matris....
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I'll put nore dirty tyre (continental TKC 80), wide foot rest and handguards.

I like the high exhaust mainly because it will free a lot of space under the swingarm.... I would like to see some showbike is fitting it, because I'm worried abt it will be to musch close to my leg, and than for sure I will loose the right side bag/pannier....

after my Test ride, most probably the 2,5 cm lowered seat may be interesting for me as well as a couple of riser to have the handlebar closer (in standingup riding need to be more central, the factory position forces me to stay too much frontward and my weight is charged on the h/b)
 

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I would like to see some showbike is fitting it, because I'm worried abt it will be to musch close to my leg
I'm sure you've seen some pictures, but I stumbled across this one with somebody sitting on it so you can see where the exhaust sits. I honestly don't think the end effect is that much different than the stock exhaust. While not quite as much, the exit for the rear cylinder on the stock exhaust also goes past your leg in the same spot:

 

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wow...... every time I see the red one I like it too much...... High exaust and a black high fender on the red basis..... the optional spoke wheels..... omg... a lot of money!!! :)

really don't know what to do... :(
 

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I've got an Urban Enduro on order and also get 10% off any parts I order with the bike. My dealer just got prices a couple of days ago and it's missing some stuff still, but I would like:

- sport headlight fairing (goes with the UE look)
- heated grips (so good in winter and at night!)
- plug'n'play alarm (need more info on it)

Down the line I would like an exhaust that's louder than stock but I don't like the look or price of the Termis - too much for a slip on and the full exhaust is the high one and completely changes the look of the bike and is too dominating for me.

Down the track I might consider either removing the rear fender or replacing with the aluminium one from the classic. I'd also like to do something with the paint at some stage - maybe just plastidip to matt black so it's easily reversible - depending how the green looks in real life.
 

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R&G tail tidy or crash bungs would bevmy first. Had R&G tail tidy on my nc700 for 2.5 years and still in perfect condition. Wonder how is it is to remove the original plate holder complete
I looked at it at the preview tour. It looks like the stock plate holder just bolts on. Since Ducati is selling a high plate mount I assume the plate light wire can be removed and has a plug at the other end. Then you could plug-in the new length run for the tidy tail plate light. Much better than cutting and crimping.

How did R&G handle it on your old bike?
 

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I'm going to change my Full Throttle:
1. mirrors to something smaller (i like Rizoma)
2. add handguards
3. change indicators to something more 'sharp' in shape

Time on this changes depends how fast after nice market parts will be available.
 

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I looked at it at the preview tour. It looks like the stock plate holder just bolts on. Since Ducati is selling a high plate mount I assume the plate light wire can be removed and has a plug at the other end. Then you could plug-in the new length run for the tidy tail plate light. Much better than cutting and crimping.

How did R&G handle it on your old bike?
They provided plug and plsy wiring for led indicators to attach to the plugs on the loom but the tail light wires needed to be attached with scotch locks
 

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I'm going to change my Full Throttle:
1. mirrors to something smaller (i like Rizoma)
2. add handguards
3. change indicators to something more 'sharp' in shape

Time on this changes depends how fast after nice market parts will be available.
Some neat leds would go well with the tail tidy. Also thinking of hand guards but nothing too big
 
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