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Yes and no...

Happy with the bike overall. Knew that the suspension was going to be crap going in, so no surprises there. Pleased with the ABS implementation, as I didn't think I would like it - there have been many others I disliked - but Ducati did a good job here. They also surprised me with the slipper clutch, another job well done. Totally amazed by the tires.

Decidedly unhappy with the super uncomfortable seat. My real problem, though, is with the ridiculous service indicators that are not owner re-settable, and Ducati's less than stellar parts availability.
 

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Change your grearing...

Fitting a larger front sprocket will solve both your fuel mileage and shifting issues.


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I sold my monster s2r 800 (250km/h bike) for this and I deeply regret it.
Do you "regret" that you are exaggerating out your wazoo about hitting 250km/h on your previous Monster?

Cause that's a total fabrication - the S2R 800 makes almost exactly the same peak HP as the Scrambler.

Don't like it?? Sell it, and end your misery.
 
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