5k per set is what I averaged with the Buell.Well if you re-read my post I'm just about to change to the 4th set, so only three used in 12000 miles. The Pirelli Scorpions that came with my TVL were shot in 2500 miles, that didn't help the overall figure. Usually replace tyres in advance of a tour if I don't expect them to last the distance so sometimes forego a few mm of depth. So that's normally 5000 miles a set which is regular wear for me. Got caught out by the Scorpions and had to nurse the bike home from the Picos in Northern Spain to the nearby ferry from Santander back to the UK, only a couple of days of riding cautiously.
Easier said than done, as the closest MV dealer is 36 miles away.This is a common problem with 2016 models.
Replace the sucker right away — before it starts leaking hydraulic fluid.
Copy that.I know, it took me over 2 months to get mine replaced. Still, it absolutely has to be done. That faulty clutch switch accounts for A LOT of problems with Turismo Veloce.
Yes, see profile on left side of forum.You mentioned the rock store earlier so I assume you are in LA area. What dealer are you going to for service and who sold you the bike?
Absolutely. Mine has exact same symptoms.Shifting is greatly affected when quick shift is enabled and the clutch switch input is missing. I felt like such a dork; could not make a smooth shift to save myself...
Yesterday I turned Q/S off and what a difference it made shifting.
Smooth and easy.
The Motowheels links that Fastspy posted are both for alloy sockets. My dealer used Oberon sockets but reckoned they needed to change them regularly. Stainless one will mark the nut for sure unless you're really careful, my nut is a little marked where I used a rattle gun along with my SpeedyMoto stainless socket. However, stainless should last a lifetime. I have an alloy one for touring as the stainless one is so heavy.$49 is a deal. I just paid $91 with shipping for a stainless one from Ebay seller ssr_mfg. The last one I lost. It was aluminum and I burnished the ratchet 1/2 inch drive with a breaker bar. It was hard to keep firmly against the nut. Maybe the stainless will do better.