Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by sebeck, Nov 28, 2009.
i wanted a hawk gt, ended up with an sv650
hot fucking bike
oh, and post that up on customfighters
Nope. Hot bike, but too little power for me if it's like the SV650. I am too used to the power of a liter bike and commute too often to own one.
If I had two bikes, then maybe. More likely I'd own a Connie and a motard though.
It is a little underpowered but I've always found it easier to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. This thing loves the twisties.
Yes, that is very true. Smaller bikes are more forgiving, build more confidence, and are harder to get in a iffy situation. Hence why I'd want a Motard.
My buddy has one and it's fucking awesome. I think it's an 88 but it looks brand new. Idiots are always stopping him and asking about his "Ducati"
They aren't really my style as I'm more about performance > *, but I do admire them.
This is my second 89'. I get the ducati questions all the time. It doesn't help that it has ducati parts on it though. lol
Funny, I rode a Ducati before and was asked if it was a Honda/Harley. I just laughed at them and rode off.
It was my first bike. It was a perfect first bike, not too powerful, and not too slow. Looks awesome, not too common, and affordable.
If only it were comfortable on long rides, and had a larger gas tank. The range on these bikes is like 100 miles
Friend of mine had one a little over a year ago.....sold it.
That's a kick ass street fighter, but 2.9 gals =
that's more than my 625SMC held
4.75 gallons now thanks to the Ducati tank.
the ducati-hawk! i am in the process of purchasing this.
needs a vfr wheel stat.
great fitment on that fender
Is that an autometer gauge?? I know why it's there, but there are other options when you lose the mechanical speedo.