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The large ana­logue rev counter with its 16,500rpm red­line dom­i­nates the Yamaha view. Dig­i­tal speedo to the right, with a small gear po­si­tion in­dic­tor. It’s all neat and tidy, but there’s no re­mote mode switch, which means you have to ride one-handed to change the clocks. The Du­cati’s full dig­i­tal clocks are more in­for­ma­tive, eas­ier to read, clearly show­ing rider modes and aids. Ev­ery­thing can be changed on the fly from the mode but­ton on the left bar.

DU­CATI DU­CATI SWITCHGEAR A switch on the left bar lets you swap be­tween the three modes, which changes the rider aids, TC, en­gine brak­ing and ABS.

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