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    Max Lean Angle / Administrator Ed / AF1 Racing's Avatar
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    Pricing announced

    They will be 2018s in the USA, coming in August

    2018 Shiver 900 MSRP: $9,399
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017

    2018 Dorsoduro 900 MSRP: $10,999
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017

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    apriliaforum expert Frodo's Avatar
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    Thanks Ed. How does this compare to the last prices on the 750s?
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    That's about 8600 for the Dorso is there on road fees on that if only we had deals like that in the uk looks like we will not be getting them in the uk if we did I'd think they'd be 10000 plus fees

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    +700 USD for the DD

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    Last edited by rule62; 01-05-2017 at 12:23 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed / AF1 Racing View Post
    They will be 2018s in the USA, coming in August

    2018 Shiver 900 MSRP: $9,399
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017

    2018 Dorsoduro 900 MSRP: $10,999
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017
    Whys the dorso so much more? Was there this much price difference with the previous 750's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spank36 View Post
    Whys the dorso so much more? Was there this much price difference with the previous 750's?
    Components maybe? The DD (at least the 750) had longer suspension travel, so probably cost more.

    When I bought my 2009 DD, the 2011 was about $7999+fees. I got mine as a demo with 3800 miles on it for $5800 out the door with 3 year warranty.
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    Front suspension has historically been better on the DD than the Shiv. Adjustable preload and rebound. The DD swingarm is also a nicer component. (I've seen that the Shiv swingarm comes apart into 2 pieces when removed from the bike.) The price difference between the 2 models has always been about the same.
    Last edited by rule62; 02-03-2017 at 09:19 AM.
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    I'd be happy to pay that little bit more for those things. I wonder what the Aus price will be. I might just have to test ride one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rule62 View Post
    Front suspension has historically been better on the DD than the Shiv. Adjustable preload and rebound. The DD swingarm is also a nicer component. (I've seen that the Shiv swingarm comes apart into 2 pieces when removed from the bike.) The price difference between the 2 models has always been about the same.
    That's only on the Factory model, normal Dorsoduro has the same unadjustable suspension as the Shiver.
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    My 2014 DD has adjustable rebound and preload up front. The Factory adds adjustable compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed / AF1 Racing View Post
    They will be 2018s in the USA, coming in August

    2018 Shiver 900 MSRP: $9,399
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017

    2018 Dorsoduro 900 MSRP: $10,999
    Colors: TBD Available: August 2017

    What is the seat height on the 900 DD? PM me plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1FSTSXV View Post
    What is the seat height on the 900 DD? PM me plz.
    If you have to ask.......its too high!

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    i hope they do a 900 caponord. skinny it up and give it 30L of fuel. snatch the "mid" size range from everybody. is anyone listening? how bout italian?

    Spero che fanno un caponord 900. magro alto e dargli 30L di carburante. strappare il "mid" dimensione gamma da parte di tutti. qualcuno in ascolto?
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