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Active suspension would be nice, even at higher cost. Will it ever be added?
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I think the first two years are just going to be minor changes mainly appearance. So my guess is in 3 years they'll do suspension and in about 5 it"ll be a new model year.
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I have EAS on my Ducati. I rarely use it. It has a million different combination of setting, but you basically find a setting and just leave it there (or switch between two settings). Having it has kind of cured me of it.
I'm not sure it will ever be added to the SX. If it were a tourer on the level of the C14/GTR...sure.
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Who knows maybe never but if anything 2020/2021
- Low Boost
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himmm very difficult to see even this H2 SX line will continue that far, even if it does the bike is already top heavy , i think they will be introducing Brembo calipers and Ohlins rear option, as they did on ZX14r, but the active suspension is far too expensive when you already spend all the money on Supercharger.
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Like the idea but think it’s one of those things that you use less as time goes on
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