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Old March 9th, 2018, 04:54 AM   #11
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Monkey, thanks a lot for the pics. I've searched high and low to find a picture with silver wheels to no avail. If you have more please share. And thanks for the tip. Any idea why that happened to your wheels? Is that what we see there now, paint? Looks awesome. I'm in debate between silver and gold. Leaning towards silver for the Hyper and gold for the Monster.
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Old March 9th, 2018, 06:17 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Tyjamo View Post
At first, I thought na I don't need the suspension! But then I read all the posts and descriptions of the new feeling versus the factory setup. I'm looking into the Mupo single cartridge. They have many different products for the Hyperstrada and this is how they responded when I asked which one I would need:

"we ask you kindly to send us some photo of your fork and of the footleg (from various points of view). We need also the lenght of the fork from under the cup to central axis of the wheel, so we can understand the best product to suggest you.
We wait for further infos,
best regards,"

Maybe you guys have already figured this all out. I have the standard seat 2013 Hyperstrada.

Also they have an option for Hyperstrada 821 (Kayaba). Haven't heard this mentioned before. Were some bikes fitted with alternate parts? Anyone have that story?

RSL thinks it's a must to do the rear as well, but I'm not interested in spending the whole upgrade budget all on suspension. $500 or so for the front fork cartridge sounds reasonable. Can I leave the rear alone?

Ordered the airbox from Giuseppe. Yeah he's gone for the season at the end of this month. Will be back in Autumn. Favorite air filter?

And then the low Termi and the flapper delete, right? What about cat delete with Termi slip on? Paired with either RB EVO or the new Termi UPMAP?

N4te, do it! I've been inspired by the Monster 821. I rode a stock one and it was way different, I mean better. Granted it was in Thailand, not sure how different they can be in foreign markets. I think the factory maps are different and also Ducati has had a handful of years now to tweak and improve the electronics. And another couple Ducatis here in SE Asia that blew me away. I want my 821 to be like that. And soon it will be. One of those 821 bikes had a Competition Werkes GP muffler. Sounded ridiculously good, although too loud for an everyday bike. Here's one for our beloved.
I'd contact lemmick racing: https://www.lemickracing.com/shop/sh...1-13-15-detail regarding the mupo. The only thing I'd guess they'd want to know is if you have the lowered version of the bike.

You can have the rear shock re valved and sprung, for about $400.00.

This would be a lot more useful than a termi flapper delete thing - Cheaper too. The bike has a nice exhaust (if a little loud).

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