Originally Posted by Sock Monkey
You are likely correct. I only priced the kit with forks/mono-shock, not the BMW kit, which is essentially 2 mono-shocks and is likely cheaper as you say. Still, you'll be at $20k+ with the BMW and never get close to the performance of the Multi, so I stand by my somewhat-tongue-in-cheek commentary.....
pretty certain that i am...as for the rest, you are correct; no upright bike in production today can touch the MTS12s from a performance standpoint (speed and handling), but the competition wins in other departments which is worth something too
2014 Ducati MTS1200S | 2015 BMW r nine T | 2012 Vespa 300 Super
past: Ducatis, Aprilias, Moto Guzzis, a Husky, KTM 1290 SDR, and some BMWs as well