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Old October 7th, 2015, 03:14 AM   #1
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Selling my 2013 Ducati Hyperstrada with only 2,295 miles. Amazing, like-new condition, always garage kept, runs perfectly, over $8,000 worth of modifications, and only about 2,000 miles on it. …That's the reason I'm selling it. I love this bike, but I simply don't ride it enough and feel guilty of that and as much as I love staring at it in my garage, I know someone else could be getting a lot more joy out of it by riding it on a regular basis.

Selling for $13,500. Brand new this bike starts at $13,795 with zero modifications. Add the dealer fees and you're looking at about $15,000 plus tax out the door for a new one with nothing on it. Add the modifications I’ve made to it and you’re looking at around $23,000.

This bike has been improved in every way from an ultra lightweight lithium battery to billet aspheric mirrors, upgraded turn signals, custom seat, Garmin GPS with tire pressure sensors, electronic gear indicator, etc. It also comes with a $550 race stand that allows you to jack it up off the ground with one hand and wheel it around anywhere in your garage with ease.

Also comes with the Ducati saddlebags not visible in some of the pictures.

Absolutely zero issues with this bike. It functions perfectly in every way and all services have been professionally done and I have all service records.

I am the second owner. First owner bought it new from a Portland, OR dealer in July 2013 and sold it to me 6 months later with 900 miles on it because his wife was getting on him about it. The day I bought it, a very respected motorcycle shop conducted a general check-over and did a brake fluid flush, and I spent $160 to have it professionally detailed.

The bike is fully protected from a tip over with the Rizoma handlebar end caps, axle sliders, and frame sliders. I’ve never done it, but the bike could gently fall over and nothing would be damaged with all of these protections on it.

Here are all of the extras (prices include cost to get them installed):

14 tooth front sprocket ($95 - makes it much smoother to ride around town, and still a very respectful 146mph top speed)
Evotech radiator and engine guards ($250)
Speedymoto frame sliders ($150)
Rizoma 4D aspheric billet mirrors ($350)
Rizoma billet rear brake fluid reservoir ($100)
Rizoma billet aluminum suspension adjustment knob ($80)
Ducati Panagale rear turn signals ($140)
LED blackout front turn signals ($210)
R&G Tail Tidy ($200)
Ducati touring windscreen ($165)
Vizi-Tec Brake Light Modulator ($85 - quickly flashes the rear brake light when you brake in order to attract more attention)
Billet blue oil cap ($25)
GPT Gi 3000 Gear Indicator ($200)
DID 525 ZVMX Super Street Sealed Gold Chain ($215)
Shore lithium battery ($200)
Rizoma handlebar end caps ($49)
Custom-made Richs seat with memory foam ($675 - seat is about half an inch lower than OEM and narrower; significantly more comfortable now)
Garmin GPS with a custom mount ($700 + $250)
Garmin tire pressure sensors ($140)
Custom paint job ($1,500)
License plate frame and custom chrome hardware ($40)
Matching tail bag ($165)
Heated grips ($500)
Hella horn ($65)
Omni-cruise cruise control ($50)
Ducati handlebar bag ($90)
BURSIG Center-Lift Stand ($550)
SPOT vehicle tracker ($150 - not installed)
EBC high performance rear brake pads ($80 - not installed)


That’s over $8,000 in extras installed!!!!

It's a stunning bike and I don't want to sell it. Financially, I don't need to sell it, either. So I’m in no rush. And for that reason, I’m firm on the price because I couldn't justify selling it for any less. But I really do feel guilty that someone else could be using it much more than I do, which is why I’m offering it for sale. Will ship anywhere in the country or you can come pickup and ride it home.

LOADS of pictures here:
The "Blue Beauty" is complete! Heavily modified Hyperstrada *LOTS of PICTURES*


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Old October 7th, 2015, 07:16 AM   #2
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Old October 23rd, 2015, 01:55 AM   #3
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Still for sale.
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Old October 24th, 2017, 06:52 AM   #4
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Did your bike ever sell?
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Old October 24th, 2017, 08:26 PM   #5
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Don't believe that bike will EVER sell for that price.
It's the classic example of how you can't get your money back on BLING and other useless "crap" like EBC brake pads!!! Does he really think EBC pads are better than Brembo or OEM?

Sure, all nice, pretty stuff, but only very few useful bits. The guy didn't even deal with the real short coming of the bike .... SUSPENSION!

And who knows how the "custom" paint job will hold up to Sun, weather and dirt. Lesson? Never put money into a bike you're not sure about ... and may not keep!

Given the low miles I'd guess he could get $7500 to $8000 for the bike ... if you like BLUE! ... and a "tan" seat?

All those bling bits, sliders, guards and crap should all be taken off and sold off
separately .... put stock seat back on. Now ride it off Ducati Island and
see if anyone bites. It's a hard bike to sell ... lots of people like the looks but most have NO INTEREST in riding it ... AND they don't fit on the bike.
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Old October 25th, 2017, 07:36 AM   #6
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Don't believe that bike will EVER sell for that price.
It's the classic example of how you can't get your money back on BLING and other useless "crap" like EBC brake pads!!! Does he really think EBC pads are better than Brembo or OEM?

Sure, all nice, pretty stuff, but only very few useful bits. The guy didn't even deal with the real short coming of the bike .... SUSPENSION!

And who knows how the "custom" paint job will hold up to Sun, weather and dirt. Lesson? Never put money into a bike you're not sure about ... and may not keep!

Given the low miles I'd guess he could get $7500 to $8000 for the bike ... if you like BLUE! ... and a "tan" seat?

All those bling bits, sliders, guards and crap should all be taken off and sold off
separately .... put stock seat back on. Now ride it off Ducati Island and
see if anyone bites. It's a hard bike to sell ... lots of people like the looks but most have NO INTEREST in riding it ... AND they don't fit on the bike.
This was why I was curious if he ever sold it. lol. Touting it as a $23,000 bike made me smile.
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Old October 25th, 2017, 08:57 AM   #7
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What makes me laugh is the inflated prices... the owner couldn't install this (mostly) useless bling himself?

Talk about living in la la land...
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Old October 25th, 2017, 04:54 PM   #8
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D Does he really think EBC pads are better than Brembo or OEM?
In case this shows up in a search for someone, yes, the EBC pads were miles better than the OEM pads.
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Old October 25th, 2017, 07:18 PM   #9
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I've had decent results running EBC's, but I've recently been turned on to Vesrah pads and they are phenomenal. Cheaper than EBC too. The front brakes on my VStrom are running the 2JL sintered pads and they are some of the most powerful, linear, and consistent brakes I've ever used.
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Old October 27th, 2017, 12:07 PM   #10
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In case this shows up in a search for someone, yes, the EBC pads were miles better than the OEM pads.
I haven't used EBC pads on my new to me HyperStrada but have used EBC for over 20 years on MANY other bikes, most recently my 1050 Tiger and V-strom.

Both those bikes use Nissin calipers and pads OEM. I tried EBC to save money over more expensive Nissin pads. All HH pads ... best there is.

Not only did EBC UNDER perform in terms of initial bite ... they basically did not work well at all in RAIN compared to Nissin product. They also fade more than Nissin when HOT.

I have not had an Italian bike since my old Guzzi so I'm no expert on Brembo brake systems, but I'm very pleased with the performance of stock Hyper brakes, although had problem with rear brake as many do ... but that is NOT a pad issue.

One negative with Nissin vs. EBC is longevity. EBC pads do tend to last a bit longer than Nissin pads ... but the performance Gap is major ... so not worth it
for me.

I've not sure what pads Ducati use or if Brembo make their own pads
but if the EBC are as good or better than OEM then I'm on board for sure.
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