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October 26, 2017, 09:49 AM

Originally Posted by SailorJack View Post
The FJ has been at the top of my list and it's probably the smart way to go but if I got it, I'd always be wishing I had got a multistrada. I guess what i need to do is just get the Ducati and let it piss me off till I set it on fire and replace it with the FJ. Its the only way I'll learn.
Probably worth a test ride at a minimum. I looked at Multi's about 2 years ago, and was verrrrrry close to pulling the trigger on a 1200S Touring. But for less than half the price, I found the FJ to be more than enough/capable for my realistic needs. Threw on some heated grips, got a throttle lock (for trips), and strapped my kriega luggage down, that's all there is to it.

That said, if money wasn't a factor and I could just choose between the two, I'd go new Multi obviously.

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