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Old Mar 7th 2018, 12:54 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by joshp14 View Post
Bought from Ducati Omaha but I live in Iowa (only 5% sales tax).
I was under the assumption that this is illegal. I've looked into buying cars and bikes in Montana (where there is no sales tax).
How are you swinging that?
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Old Mar 7th 2018, 01:20 PM   #12
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When you register the bike and transfer it to you under your name u have to pay for your sales tax wherever city u live. They’re going to base it where u lived.
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Old Mar 7th 2018, 01:22 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by adrian7 View Post
I was under the assumption that this is illegal. I've looked into buying cars and bikes in Montana (where there is no sales tax).
How are you swinging that?
I take my title and invoice to my local DMV and pay tax at that time...then I can register it under my name.

So essentially, it doesn't matter where you purchase a vehicle/bike, you will still be responsible for sales tax based on your residence.
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Old Mar 7th 2018, 01:22 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by SixShock View Post
Premiere financing is pay a little less monthly then pay a huge lump sum towards the end of the term or traditional which is pay higher per month but it will be consistent throughout the term.

As for base vs S, I would have gladly paid the extra 6-7k if the marchensinis were better looking. I myself have OZ GASS wheels coming in so I don't care for the extra premium of owning the marchensinis. For the suspension, I would love to have it just for the ease of switching from street to track setup and IIRC the suspension can "dynamically" adjust to your riding style as it learns over time? To sum up, ask yourself if its worth the wheels and the electronic ohlins.

Also from the Bay Area too, we should ride sometime
Not exactly how the suspension works in dynamic mode.. it actively changes based upon certain events that are observed through all of the bikes sensors, to include the Bosch 6-axis inertial measurement unit, speed, rpm etc.

You can adjust how you would like it to react under braking, mid-corner, and acceleration, all independent of one another. It doesn't "learn over time" it just applies settings you prefer during the previously mentioned events. It happens on the fly. It gets the data from the sensors to determine which event is occurring (braking, mid-corner, acceleration) and "dynamically" adjusts the suspension to your preferred settings, all within a few milliseconds.

You could set it up pretty stiff under braking, then soften it up mid-corner for better grip, and stiff again on acceleration for more stability on exit.

Outside of the dynamic setup, you can use the electronic Ohlins in fixed mode just like a non-electronic setup, but you don't have to get out a single tool to make a suspension adjustment. Can just do it from the display with a couple clicks on the knobs on the handlebar.. pretty convenient.
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Old Mar 7th 2018, 09:21 PM   #15
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Nassau Federal credit union by me on long island is great. New bike with 10% down with a 640 credit score get you 3.5% and if you open an account and keep $5 in it its 3.25%. Back in 2010 my student loan holder messed up and reported me not paying for 3 months which I did. That lowered my score from 695 to 600 and my credit cards then dropped my limits to $500 above what my balances were which dropped me to 560. So my brother law with a 720 score co signed for me for my harley which still got me 11.5% even though he cosigned with a 720. I straightened my student loan out and within 60 days my score jumped to 640. But since my limits were $500 above my balances on 4 cards my debt ration was poor. I got my credit reports and spoke to all 4 credit card companies but they said my student loan was still showing behind. i emailed them my credit reports. 2 of them raised my limits to $6000 above my balance again. 1 raised it only $2500 and the other left it and said to call back in 60 days. My score went up to 675. I went back to Nassau federal credit union to refinance the bike and get my brother inlaw off the note. I didnt realize if you refinance a bike or car with them within the 1st year of your original loan (up to 12 months) then the refinance rate is the same as if you bought a new bike or new car. So my loan went from 11.5% to 2.75%. My loan was for $12,500 on a $22,000 bike with accessories. And the payment went from $274.92 a month for 60 months to $223.22 a month for 60 months but I paid $298 a month for 42 months ( 3 1/2 years). Ive financed my other harley through them, my kawasaki dirt bike. But the 1299 panigale went through ducati at 0% since it was a left over. My 2015 bmw S1000r went through them. And my 2016 S1000RR went through bmw with a 0.9% rate
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$357 for 48 months sounds reasonable if I made 48 months of payment the total will be 17,136 and the balloon payment will be 13k. Total will be 30,136 full purchase of the bike. I got a quote for the base 24k and the S for 32 otd. Which dealership did u go to?
Sorry, I cant bite my tongue on this one ....those OTD quotes are outrageous !! Shop elsewhere !

ok, im done
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