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Ducati Multistrada 1200 (MTS1200) 'How to' and FAQ's

Ducati Multistrada 1200 information resource

Ducati 1200
Multistrada
'How to' & FAQ pages

 
March 2012.....Multistrada 1200 / MTS1200 FAQ and 'How to' articles - a lot of changes since my opening comments below and new content being added all the time ;-)
06May2010 - considering that the first of the new 1200 Ducati Multistradas are barely off the production line and that I'm yet to take delivery of mine please be patient as it will take some time to get things going here! Have a look at the R1200GS section of this site to get an idea of the type of content that will be here with time;-)
Jan2012.....getting there! :D

** NB ** See the following pages for manuals and other documentation:

Ducati Multistrada 1200 MTS1200 Online Resources & Downloads

Multistrada 1200 MTS1200 Technical Data and Info
 

Ducati Multistrada 1200 (MTS1200, MTS1200S, MTS1200T) articles on various FAQs (frequently asked questions), MTS1200 'How to' write ups and instructions/guides for carrying out various service and modification tasks on your Ducati Multistrada1200.
 
 

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Always refer to the relevant manufacturers instructions and/or Ducati workshop manual - usual warnings apply! Disclaimer

Download Multistrada 1200 Manuals & Other Documents

NB: General 'How to' & FAQs - click for general motorcycle, non MTS1200 specific articles

NB: Use the menu on the left to navigate or scroll down the list below, contact me if you have or know of a 'write-up' to add:

See also: Multistrada 1200 / 1200S (MTS1200) DIY Mods

See also: Multsitrada 1200 Servicing & Maintenance

See also: MTS1200 Tuning & Performance

See also: MTS1200 Electrical Stuff 


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Andy's Custom Multistrada 1200 / MTS1200 bits!

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Ducati Multistrada 1200S 'DES' Suspension

Ducati Multistrada 1200 / MTS1200 Drive Chain Adjustment

MTS1200 Scottoiler Advice

Multistrada 1200 Scottoiler eSystem Install Pictorial

As the owner of a brand new bike or someone that's about to take delivery these article may be of interest to you! :-)

Cleaning your bike :-0

How to become a Cleaning Freak...

Recommended Motorcycle Related Stuff (Autoglym motorcycle products, ACF50 corrosion protection, Scottoiler FS365 Protector spray........)
 

 

Ride safe, STAY SAFE!
 

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Just in case!............use of any information from this site is totally at your discretion and you must take full responsibility for any unforeseen consequences or incident resulting from use of any such information found here. (i.e. I and all other contributors cannot accept any responsibility or liability!) 
You should not assume any information here to be absolute fact as I cannot guarantee that to be the case although care has been taken in selecting content.  All information here has come from reliable sources and any information / instruction / recommendation I or others have quoted has been given in good faith ........but no one is infallible!

You have been warned!

Thanks
AndyW

WARNING: A quote from the manual! 
"Inexperienced mechanics or mechanics without the proper tools and equipment may not be able to properly perform the services described. Improper repair may result in injury to the mechanic and may render the motorcycle unsafe for the rider and passenger." 

Please isolate the bike's battery before working on electrical systems or where there is a possibility of inadvertently shorting electrical connections. 

Petrol (gas) fumes are highly flammable.......need I say more!

 

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