And yet, surprisingly, thanks to its muscular stance and 240/40-18 Michelin Commander rear tire, the KRGT-1 feels like nothing so much as a Diavel. True, with its high-tech, 160-hp desmo motor the Ducati would wax the Arch in a dragrace, but the latter’s 122 hp and matching 122 pound-feet of torque are nothing to be trifled with. The six-speed Baker gearbox helps immensely here, as compared to your typical five-speed it closes up the gaps between ratios, speeding acceleration. As with all rubber-mounted V-twins there’s debilitating vibration at idle, but once under way that largely disappears, resulting in the familiar Hand-of-God-pushing-you sensation. Or maybe it was Morpheus.