Multistrada Mods - What have you done to yours?

Discussion in 'Moto Bellissima: All Other Dualsports' started by Galavanta, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. ceevu

    ceevu Adventurer

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    multi1_1024x576.jpg My older model work in progress. New longer and in different angle sidestand,chain oiler,heated grips with pwm controller+normal service. Rear plastic&panniers are still not completely done.
    Speed meter is missing backlight,i believe there is no way to repair it...garmin will show speed when its dark.
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  2. Tripped1

    Tripped1 Bitch called me a feminist.

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    Thus far

    2012 Mutlistrada 1200S Pikes Peak

    Lights:
    Main beam HID, Bright LED
    Wireloom to run all of the lights all of the time if needed
    Denali D2 aux lights

    Protection
    RG Radiator grard, crash bungs, and fore/aft axle sliders

    Luggage:
    Both sets of side cases (the 73L monsters are shown) standard DP 48L topper/rack and 20L SWmotech "city tank bag) .....it'll move a LOT of crap

    Suspension:
    .91 front springs, 1.2 rear spring, Ohlins Semi-active SCU

    Brakes:
    Brembo M50s front, custom spiegler lines (black red ends) bleeders on the ABS module (yes, my rear brake has now went about 15,000km since the last bleed and it still fine)

    Exhaust/intake:
    Termi tax paid
    Opened up airbox

    Motor:
    DP "upmap" + tuneboy with a custom trim table and cruise, for a whopping 139hp @88ft/lbs :lol3

    Bling:
    Rizzoma reservoirs tail tidy, and rear signals

    GP shift I just used 1000DS lever and knuckle, its relatively high energy, but I hate riding standard and literally NO ONE makes reverse shift bits for the single sparks in the aftermarket.

    All and all its a well sorted km-muncher that can cover a good distance with some real hustle and do it two-up with a hundred pounds of crap onboard.
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  3. Tripped1

    Tripped1 Bitch called me a feminist.

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    Almost forgot Pro-clip powered mount for a Experia Ultra Z (Navigation and media) and a Cyclops TPMS ......also you can see the lead for the USB hub in that lives in the tank bag.
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  4. Kmack

    Kmack Reformed Shedevil

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    I'd love to see a video from your gopro mounted to the bike like that...still pondering a location for mine and was wondering how the quality would turn out if it was on the bike.
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  5. nostatic

    nostatic i drank what?!? - Socrates

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    I feel like a slacker. Added the Cyclops, Ducati top box, and Skene P3 lights. I did get a Corbin seat as well with some extra height but I find that I actually prefer the stock for most riding. Go figure...
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  6. Tripped1

    Tripped1 Bitch called me a feminist.

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  7. Kmack

    Kmack Reformed Shedevil

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    Thanks! I'll have to fiddle with mine...not sure if offroad will allow it.
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  8. Tripped1

    Tripped1 Bitch called me a feminist.

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    I have some offroad somewhere, its not bad really unless you are airing it out.
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  9. Kmack

    Kmack Reformed Shedevil

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    That's why I'm thinking helmet...I ride a DR650 mostly offroad...I might need to keep it off the bike.
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  10. Tripped1

    Tripped1 Bitch called me a feminist.

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    Prefer not to have anything stuck to my helmet. I have the sena, but that thing would just peel off.
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  11. jjjjjjay

    jjjjjjay Been here awhile

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    Location:
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    Got my '12 PP with some nice kit. Came with de-cat, engine guards, SCU.

    Added carbon Leo Vinci slip-on, shorty windscreen.

    Just ordered 70/100 springs. Looking forward to seeing how that turns out.

    Oh, almost forgot came with the Denali horn, too...
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