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Well, I'm starting to get a few accessories on this thing now. Let's see: sw- motech sidestand enlarger, footpegs from the MS 1200,OEM classic saddlebags, midnight tint dart screen, repurposed barkbusters and evotech engine guard to be installed soon.

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Recently installed evotech engine guard/skid plate and frame sliders. Both very easy. I ordered directly from evotech and delivered to me in California in about 8 days. Cheaper than sellers on ebay too.




Sliders stick out about 5.5" on each side.

 

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Looks very nice. I'm looking for an exhaust replacement for my wife's Sixty2. Any ideas what will fit? At the moment all I've seen is the Termignoni and a Couple of others all costing about the same money. Lots of options for the 800 and wondered if an 800 slip-on would work on a Sixty2.
 

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Got out for a bit. Beautiful after all of the rain we've had. Still breaking in but after a couple of rides I'm close.


 

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Finally had the initial service last weekend and got out for 100 miles today with no worry about top speed or RPM. Also got a few more accessories. Including new mirrors and levers.

Levers:
Amazon.com: Short Brake Clutch Levers for Ducati Scrambler 2015-2017,821 Monster/Dark/Stripe 2014-2017,Hypermotard 821 13-15(not for SP model),Hyperstrada 13-15,Hypermotard 939/strada(not for 939 SP) 2016-2017: Automotive

Kiwav Mirrors:
Mirrors : Magazi Missie CNC aluminum motorcycle mirrors black universal

The mirrors got here in less than a week despite it saying 2-3 weeks.
 

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They are OEM Ducati Scrambler. I think they are 11 liter and 5 liters. Not very big. Expensive for what you get, but shop around, I got the kit for $199.
The brackets:
Ducati Scrambler Brackets for Soft Bags 96780741A
Bags:
Ducati Scrambler Classic Side Bags 96780761A

I think for the Ducati retail price of $425 total, I'd go for the legend gear by SW Motech instead.
If you get the kit with the mounting brackets instead of the strap it's a bit more expensive, but you also get bigger bags. If you piece it together over multiple orders from a place like revzilla, you could save money by using purchasing rewards on each purchase.
Legend-Gear by SW-Motech Germany - Legend Gear by SW-MOTECH Germany
 

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Well, mostly done with making it mine. Added the ducati aluminum bars from the Full Throttle. I like the black better than the silver color too.



 

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Hoping I'm not breaking any rules on this post. I posted in the "common problems" too. But, any other Sixty2 owners hear this sound? It's a short 17 second video but you can hear a high(er) pitch sound when giving it throttle. Sounds like something is vibrating somewhere.

https://goo.gl/photos/GhAu6WgZ7TZtkSrQ8
 

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Just changed to a Sargent seat. Very comfortable. Need to do some accessory color change now. Blue bar ends looked nice with the brown seat but not with the red striped seat and lever accents. Darn, now I need to shop for my bike some more. More pics in the sargent seat thread.


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