Not a fan, I like the bike on it's original form, naked looks good.
In 2008 I was on the search of a new motorcycle, went to a BMW Ducati stealership in Charleston SC, mostly to see the F800GS but they had a Duc GT1000, what a nice looking bike.
DUCATI GT 1000
L-twin cylinder, 2 valve per cylinder Desmodromic, air cooled
Bore x stroke
94 x 71,5 mm
67.7 KW - 92 HP @ 8000 rpm
91.1 Nm - 9.3 Kgm @ 6000 rpm
Marelli electronic fuel injection, 45 mm throttle body
Chromed, stainless steel exhaust system
1st 37/15, 2nd 30/17, 3rd 27/20, 4th 24/22, 5th 23/24, 6th 24/28
Straight cut gears ratio 33/61
Sprocket/ring gear ratio 15/39
Wet multiplate with hydraulic control
Tubular steel trellis frame
43 mm Marzocchi upside-down fork
Front wheel travel
Spoke wheel with chromed steel rim, 3.50 x 17
120/70 - 17 with air tube
Twin shock absorbers, with frontal cam system spring preload
Rear wheel travel
Spoke wheel with chromed steel rim, 5.50 x 17
180/55 - 17 with air tube
2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, floating caliper 2-piston (30-32 mm diameter )
245 mm disc, 1-piston (34 mm diameter) floating caliper with sintered pads
Fuel tank capacity
15 lt (of which 3,5 reserve)
Electronic panel: speedometer, rev counter, warning light for low oil pressure, indicators for high beam, fuel reserve, turn signals, LCD clock, trip fuel, immobilizer.
I don't really know how I walked out of that place without that bike, but not much regret, I ended up with a great FZ6 for half of the GT's price, and now I'm a happy owner of Beemers version of the GT on steroids.
I'm still waiting for that 850 roadster they mentioned 2-3 months ago.