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kobefans August 16th, 2015 08:11 AM

Finally got my strada! Really excited as well as few questions
 
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after few month waitting, I finally got my strada! Really excited! Ride it home! what a change!Super smooth as a ducati!

few questions! i have a bit trouble get in netural⋯⋯ i guess it is becuz its a new bike?

Also, i swapped out the stock Pirelli Angel GT tire (Chinese version comes with these)for Michille Pilot power 3 for better grip! Oddly, there is no recommended tire pressure on my bike's frame like ducati bikes from other countries… Can anyone be kind enough to tell me the tire pressure for my bike?(i live on the very south of China, which is a tropical island)…

And mod list already started, already installed evotech frame slider

next step:exhaust! debating between Akra and SC, what you guys think?

here are a few quick shots in the undergroud parking Attachment 1450Attachment 1451Attachment 1452

HyperMikeNL August 16th, 2015 08:22 AM

Congratulations! :-)

kobefans August 16th, 2015 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by HyperMikeNL (Post 17901)
Congratulations! :-)


thank you sir

foca August 16th, 2015 09:46 AM

neutral
 
Congrats on the new bike. =D

Some people have reported a lot of trouble finding neutral. Mine is pretty easy to find. Maybe a setup issue with shifter?

The test bike I rode had the clutch friction point way out near the release of the clutch lever, but on my bike it's right in the center. I'm guessing setup issue again.

Only annoying issue I had was a neutral between 5 and 6th gear. I had to hold the shifter longer & with more pressure to fix.

AussieHyper August 16th, 2015 02:48 PM

Well done :)

The Evotech slider is a good addition. I dropped my bike at standstill and I reckon it saved me many dollars. Try the raditor and engine head guards....they work very well and easy to fit.

I'm running Michellin RP4s and am running front 36 psi and rear 38 psi...it's winter here and we see temps down to 2-3 degrees C early in the morning and daily max of 20 degrees.

Enjoy :)

kobefans August 16th, 2015 03:07 PM

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Originally Posted by foca (Post 17903)
Congrats on the new bike. =D

Some people have reported a lot of trouble finding neutral. Mine is pretty easy to find. Maybe a setup issue with shifter?

The test bike I rode had the clutch friction point way out near the release of the clutch lever, but on my bike it's right in the center. I'm guessing setup issue again.

Only annoying issue I had was a neutral between 5 and 6th gear. I had to hold the shifter longer & with more pressure to fix.


do you know how to adjust it? or should the dealer know?

zibbit u2 August 16th, 2015 03:08 PM

Congrats on the bike. Usually difficulty finding neutral is due to clutch cable setup. Just turn the screw adjuster out on the clutch lever perch and find the point that it disengages easily.

kobefans August 16th, 2015 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by AussieHyper (Post 17904)
Well done :)



The Evotech slider is a good addition. I dropped my bike at standstill and I reckon it saved me many dollars. Try the raditor and engine head guards....they work very well and easy to fit.



I'm running Michellin RP4s and am running front 36 psi and rear 38 psi...it's winter hear and we see temps down to 2-3 degrees C early in the morning and daily max of 20 degrees.



Enjoy :)


thanks for the advice mate!

Since i live in a place thats rarely drop below 18 degree C, my tire pressure should be slightly adjusted higher or lower?

kobefans August 16th, 2015 03:11 PM

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Originally Posted by zibbit u2 (Post 17906)
Congrats on the bike. Usually difficulty finding neutral is due to clutch cable setup. Just turn the screw adjuster out on the clutch lever perch and find the point that it disengages easily.


you mind show me a pic where i can adjust it? id love to do it myself

appliance821 August 16th, 2015 06:58 PM

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Originally Posted by kobefans (Post 17908)
you mind show me a pic where i can adjust it? id love to do it myself

right at the lever there's a threaded collar. Just like on a bicycle brake.


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