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  1. yes I have the turatech railing and side luggage fit already on it, they came with the bike. just wanted top box for easy to ride...with side luggage bike has same dimension of a truck...not convenient in traffic at all I am not really good in looking on line but also on ebay I did not find anything basically. I will wait if some 2nd hand or good deal come out, not in rush thanks everyone for the replies
  2. Hi, anyone know some brand or shop that produce aluminum top box for Ducati Multistrada Enduro, and that are available in Thailand? Price from Ducati is as expected outrageous, got also quoted MV Motech from Pandarider and they asked me almost 35k THB for the kit. I checked K2 brand but it seem they do not do for this model, any other brand available that I should look at? maybe local made? I would like to stay on the 15-20k THB max budget for the full kit. thanks
  3. Blocking intersection, even if not 100% correct, is the safest way to pass when riding in convoy, in order to avoid to split it up and rick incident caused by misunderstanding with other road users (I know is a pain if you are the one blocked at red light...)any organized group of bikers ( or other convoys) I have ever saw in Thailand does like this, probably for a convoy that long they should have asked for police escort (and they would have blocked the intersection). Just as usual the rant is because the bikers were foreigners, guess if the shock would have been the same in case was one of the local MC...
  4. Blocking intersection, even if not 100% correct, is the safest way to pass when riding in convoy, in order to avoid to split it up and rick incident caused by misunderstanding with other road users (I know is a pain if you are the one blocked at red light...)any organized group of bikers ( or other convoys) I have ever saw in Thailand does like this, probably for a convoy that long they should have asked for police escort (and they would have blocked the intersection). Just as usual the rant is because the bikers were foreigners, guess if the shock would have been the same in case was one of the local MC...
  5. Good motorcycle wash in Bangkok?

    Normally use grip at A square on soi 24...really happy but not cheap..good thing is that u can eventually leave the bike there and pick it up when convenient Price around 600thb Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  6. Ducati repair in chiang rai

    Thanks thaiguzzi, I did not even know those things existed I will try to get one.
  7. Ducati repair in chiang rai

    Many thanks I will definitely contact them, and see what can be arranged.
  8. Ducati repair in chiang rai

    Thanks, yes if I do not find anything suitable I will take it there...bike is 3 y old already...so any proper shop would work for me... Funny thing is that there was no leakage at all when I parked last week...I guess it was already worn out and just happened since I did not get and hole or bumping as far as I recall... Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  9. Hi, hope someone can help me on this, I have got my hypermotard up in chiangrai and it seem that front left fork is leaking oil. I am back in bkk now and I have no idea where to take it. Does anyone know any reputable shop where I can take it to fix?i am not in a rush bike is parked at home but I would fix it before I fly up there again. I already contacted Ducati in bkk and I am waiting for feedback but I am happy to explore different shop if any open. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  10. You analysis seem pretty much correct, info are still limited at the moment, since everyone involved in this drama is still in shock but, as far as we know the guy on scooter, suddenly cut in front of Gerhard in order to cut across the highway trough the shortcut when he was about to overtake him....being no sign of u turn or ramps or whatever probably he was not expecting anyone to just cut in front of him for no reason, if my understanding is correct police also already blamed the scooter for the accident. And just in order to try to limit all speculations: Gerhard was riding back to Bkk where he lived, together with other 2 bikes, and not on the way to Pattaya (I really do not understand where this came out..), he was a highly skilled rider well know in the biker community and with thousand of km done in the last 15 years here in Thailand. and not some improvised superbike rider fresh out of the plane. Rarely I post, but it is really difficult to read some of the wild speculation and consideration by people that do not even have a clue of what they talk about, and show complete lack of respect for relatives and friends of the deceased that may be reading this forum.
  11. Name was Gerhard and was Austrian not Australian...RIP Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
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