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Hi,
Sold my scrambler to a really nice guy from my local area, it's been a fun bike that I must admit will always be at the top of my favourite bike list. Too busy to ride so had to go. Ride safe.
Over and out
Armo
 

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No, Ducati were great and fixed everything the bike ended up back to normal, it probably helped my decision but work commitment had to increase so less time to ride. Would I buy again defo yes, would I try something else first probably yes and probably xsr 900 or triumph.
 

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Been good reading your posts Armo, take care and have fun, that Yammy does look like a machine,,,,,
 
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Sorry to see you go, did you get to the bottom of what caused the bike problem? Enjoy your future bikes whatever they may be!
 

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Sorry to see you go, did you get to the bottom of what caused the bike problem? Enjoy your future bikes whatever they may be!
Yeah, fuel pump attachment fractured allowing all the fuel out, probably this that made it run rough but Ducati said they have never had this issue before. They were really good replaced everything and I genuinely will miss that bike, probably one of the best fun bikes out there. I will ride/buy another in the next few years.
 

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Shame you can't find the time. I can't imagine being without a bike (I'd say my bike but I've not seen it in 6 weeks...)

I'm going to try and get a ride on a Thruxton R, I've tried the XSR900 and I wasn't taken by it.
 
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