Same here. I noticed some time ago. Should dissapear after few sec when you start moving and air starts blowing on the pipe. I think the pipe is made from really thin steel and it gets hot very quickly but as soon as you start riding the red glow should dissapear. Try it and see. Also I went to my dealer and asked them about it and they said its normal. I can only see it when its dark outside. But it would be nice to hear more opinions about this.
Anyone know of some decent OBD diagnostic system for the Duke? Similar to a GS911 for BMW bikes.
There is always a TEXA Navigator but they aren't cheap. I'll probably end up getting one if I can't find something cheaper
Did my first oil change yesterday and there was quite a bit of metal on both the magnets,however the location of the magnets and the nature of them couldn’t figure out how to remove the shavings. How do y’all do it?
I keep my 790D in the North Carolina mountains. I am here for two weeks and have been able to get a lot of good rides in on my new bike. The dealer closes for two weeks during Christmas, including next week. I am now at 900 miles and will probably put on another 100-200 miles before they open...
I thought it might be interesting to compare notes on what rider modes we use and why.
I for one have settled on Street mode for most of my riding as i do not like a harsh throttle response when riding around normally.
I have played with rain mode but as i generally ride more cautiously on wet...