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MiniSuperDuke
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California model

Post by MiniSuperDuke » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:55 am

Looking at a 2017 model and have an option to purchase a Cali model or another in Oregon. Any differences in the bikes?

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Re: California model

Post by MiniSuperDuke » Fri Oct 20, 2017 7:13 pm

Not much traffic on this site

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Re: California model

Post by DaveNZ » Fri Oct 20, 2017 9:08 pm

I presume your referring to the 1290GT....I don't think there is any difference between the models, the 2017s have a few slightly different up grades through electronics over the 2016, but other than different coloured screens, and different rear indicators (bulb verse LED) the bikes are all relatively the same. They all have the E4 crap that once was the domain of Cali bikes.
2016 1290GT-remus link and muffler, 2010 Black 1200 Multistrada full Termi system with mapping, 2005 SMR 640, full Titanium system, Mikuni flatside racing carb, 2 sets of wheels, 18 litre tank, and a nice soft seat.

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Re: California model

Post by MiniSuperDuke » Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:46 am

DaveNZ wrote:I presume your referring to the 1290GT....I don't think there is any difference between the models, the 2017s have a few slightly different up grades through electronics over the 2016, but other than different coloured screens, and different rear indicators (bulb verse LED) the bikes are all relatively the same. They all have the E4 crap that once was the domain of Cali bikes.
I am referring to the 1290 GT, but not comparing 2016 to 2017. I'm comparing a bike that's sold in Cali to a bike that is sold in another state in the US. From what you say, I gather that the bikes are the same in that they both come with the same emissions crap.

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Re: California model

Post by DaveNZ » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:45 am

Yip it seems all bikes the world over are getting E4 bikes only. The crap (e4) is easy to remove thanx to Rottweiler performance parts.
2016 1290GT-remus link and muffler, 2010 Black 1200 Multistrada full Termi system with mapping, 2005 SMR 640, full Titanium system, Mikuni flatside racing carb, 2 sets of wheels, 18 litre tank, and a nice soft seat.

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