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  • Q. Does Ducati Scrambler have cornering ABS & can it take regular fuel or only 95 octane?
    Shrinivas | 2 years ago

    The 2019 Scrambler does have cornering ABS, and it can take regular fuel. 95/97 octane not required.

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  • Q. Hi, i had Bonneville T100 ,but i had to sell it because of brake pedal issue, the reason is i have ankle pain so i used to get bad ankle pain after riding the bike, so i need a bike with forward brake pedal kindly guide me i have Ducati scrambler on my mind. Please suggest.
    Shrinivas | 2 years ago

    The scrambler foot rests are also under the rider, not forward controls like the ducati xdiavel. In any case, you probably should be using the front wheel brakes much more and the foot brake only at parking speeds.

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    • 2016 Red Icon. Just a lot of fun to ride! Light, super nimble. Very torquey but I like that. Clutch went just under 10000k, replacement cost = $1300.00. Ouch! But can’t keep the front wheel on the ground now after it’s replacement.At 6’3”, 220 lbs, bikes too small for me, wish I waited for 2019 1200 would’ve fit much better. But again, don’t care. I love the damn bike! Take it light off-roading and handles real good. Topped out at about 120 on highway. The perfect around towner. Think these are big out West US (Cali), but not so much here in NYC area, so people constantly admire. Between maintenance costs, and parts/accessories though, it’ll probably (maybe) push me away from buying Ducati again (but who really knows😝) If someone asked me, I’d def recommend if they don’t mind paying the Xtra smackers at the shop.

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