Any reliable SD-GT's out there?

Superdave99
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Re: Any reliable SD-GT's out there?

Post by Superdave99 » Tue Oct 16, 2018 4:09 am

16 sdgt @ 25000 miles in just over a year and a half, no major issues and going strong.knock on wood. have had the normal recalls as everyone else. afew little niggles but dont know any bike that doesnt. no deal breakers for me just adds character. 8-) still puts big :D on my mug. great bike.

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Re: Any reliable SD-GT's out there?

Post by jjscsix » Sat Feb 16, 2019 12:53 am

Seems like a good time to update this thread. I'm at almost exactly one year now. Despite not riding for nearly three months due to open heart surgery, and having two other bikes, I'm just over 10,000 miles now. Zero problems.
2017 KTM Superduke GT, BMW 1600 GT, Ducati 1199 Panigale

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Re: Any reliable SD-GT's out there?

Post by reciprocation23 » Sat Feb 16, 2019 9:06 am

I have a 16 GT in the states, owned for 18 months. KTM aka killer to maintain lol, everything is twice the price of Others but so is the riding experience! I have a slip on, flapper delete and O2 delete from Rottweiler. I have 6000 miles on her. And this is by far the best bike I have ever ridden! I notice a little bar shake at high speeds and people say that when the front tire wears, that happens, or switch to PR5's . I love the grip of the Angel GT tho. Puig's touring screen has been great! Their hand guards get a 3 out of 5 from me. They don't block the wind on those brisk days. My chain (I clean it and lube it religiously. Looks like it did when I bought it.) Seems to be in great shape. I do flog this bike from time to time. All motored fluids. Other than that, it's been a dream to ride. I'll never look for another bike. Super Duke GT for life.

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