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  • #11941

    Wingman
    Participant
    • Location: Pirongia
    • Bike: Ducati Multistrada 620 Nudo, Husqvarna SM610 Supermoto
    • Rank: 125cc Rider

    Nice meeting you today Eddie, as promised here’s a few pics of my custom Ducati Multistrada..

    Before:

    After:

    Hope to catch up for a ride some day
    Regards, Phil

    #11949

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    Thanks Wingman, love your work. That is a feckin awesome job.

    @michael_j_breen, check this out.

    #12030

    ntst8
    Participant
    • Location: Waikato
    • Bike: XT660Z Tenere
    • Rank: 400cc Rider

    Crikey what a transformation, well done.
    The before shot looks remarkably like my old bike, traded in at Blackwoods 18 months or so back.

    #12073

    Wingman
    Participant
    • Location: Pirongia
    • Bike: Ducati Multistrada 620 Nudo, Husqvarna SM610 Supermoto
    • Rank: 125cc Rider

    <cite>@ntst8 said:</cite>
    Crikey what a transformation, well done.
    The before shot looks remarkably like my old bike, traded in at Blackwoods 18 months or so back.

    Thanks mate, and yes it is your old bike.. I ride it every day and it is still going strong, no issues so far.
    I can still fit the panniers for the longer rides but I think its time to retire it from the longer touring life.
    Its been my commuter for now and the mods are still not quite finished, I have a little more carbon fibre to throw at it and the pillion seat cover will get some red paint along with the street fighter headlight surround. Eventually Id like to fit the MTS1000 Ohlins adjustable front forks and Im on the look out for a small screen for it to finish of the open looking instrument cluster that I lowered on new mounts. It rides really well and has a little more long range comfort than my Husky SM610.
    Judging by the amount of tar I cleaned off the frame etc , you got many fun long rides out of her. Its over all tidy and well maintained condition is a credit to you for a higher Km bike.

    #12096

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    Re the rego for the other bikes, you should get the 610 checked out, as its real cc capacity is below 600cc it should be ~$110 cheaper per year that the Ducati.

    These are the ACC levy amounts for different cc ratings which is where the difference is, this isn’t the total rego cost but the fees on top are the same for each class.

    Motorcycle – ACC levy for 12 months registration
    Petrol driven – 0–60cc $395.85
    Petrol driven – 61–600cc $407.35
    Petrol driven – 601cc and over $521.51

    https://www.nzta.govt.nz/vehicles/licensing-rego/vehicle-fees/licensing-fees/

    #12100

    Wingman
    Participant
    • Location: Pirongia
    • Bike: Ducati Multistrada 620 Nudo, Husqvarna SM610 Supermoto
    • Rank: 125cc Rider

    As it happens I got a rego notice in the mail for the Husky yesterday..

    The fees are as follows;

    licence fee: $24.50
    ACC Levy: $297.91
    ACC Safety Levy: $30
    Other Levies: $1.64
    Admin/Label: $3.74 online or $6.43 at agent
    GST: $54.07

    Total 414.55

    So yea I guess it is a little cheaper than the Ducati… Id never noticed..

    #12112

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    You’re not the only one that’s been surfing the net drooling over Ducati’s

    #12115

    Wingman
    Participant
    • Location: Pirongia
    • Bike: Ducati Multistrada 620 Nudo, Husqvarna SM610 Supermoto
    • Rank: 125cc Rider

    I spent weeks looking for inspiration for this project.. I started out with the plans to build a motard from it with a frame lift and honda CRF 450 plastics like this custom one from Italian company “Style And Performance”






    But the more I rode it as it was the more I thought Id just enjoy it as a naked “street fighter” bike instead months of in parts in my garage..
    Heres a few other naked multistrada’s I found..










    #12120

    ntst8
    Participant
    • Location: Waikato
    • Bike: XT660Z Tenere
    • Rank: 400cc Rider

    “Judging by the amount of tar I cleaned off the frame etc , you got many fun long rides out of her.”
    1 x Southern Cross, 1 x Grand Challenge, 1 x Brass Monkey and a whole lot of lost Sundays. The tar confirms my preference for riding over cleaning.
    I look forward to seeing updates as you add the cf etc.

    #13062

    Wingman
    Participant
    • Location: Pirongia
    • Bike: Ducati Multistrada 620 Nudo, Husqvarna SM610 Supermoto
    • Rank: 125cc Rider

    Update:

    New carbon fibre belly pan, painted the pillion seat cover, fitted the latest Ducati Monster front nose fairing & dark windscreen to cover the void above the headlight and rear of the instrument cluster, fitted slightly higher/wider motard fat bars as the low sport bars were getting hard on my wrists in the multi’s upright seating position and also fitted some CNC alloy bar end mirrors.
    I’m just waiting on some small LED indicators to finish it off.

    #13182

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    for any else wanting to do a custom multistrada build.

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=1102383915

    #13183

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    for any else wanting to do a custom multistrada build.

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=1102383915

    #13957

    Eddieb
    Keymaster
    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider
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