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    Been FIFO for a couple of weeks so took the opportunity to have my wife's Ducati have its 1st service and have the panniers fitted I brought for the bike.
    Oh! my the bike has got a big fat ar*e now (Not my wife fellas) I have had to take them off so it can fit in with the others of the fleet.
    Going to dummy load them up for our next family run so my wife can see what handling differences they make to the bike in general.

    Smart move by me as I dio not have to take a back pack on my bike so free to carve up the corners on the Red Demon (My name for my V4 "S" Ducati).
    Now that I have access to full throttle I have only wound it up to 13,000 on the tacho with 1,500 still to go before the red line.
    All I can say its a very angry bike it is like sitting on a stinger missile once you get past 7,500 - 8,000 on the tacho.

    (Excuse the drive way we are getting it asphalted tomorrow)
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