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Ducati Flash Back by Mr Martini – Moto Rivista

Rubric: Ducati | 2 May 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati Flash Back by Mr Martini – Moto Rivista
Ducati Flash Back by Mr Martini – Moto Rivista

Ducati Flash Back by Mr Martini Verona, Italy based Mr Martini (Nicola Martini) is a man who is driven by passion and fueled by desire, his custom creations are a true form of Italian art and craftsmanship. Mr Martini ‘s long-time experience in the custom world has lead him to produce one of a kind motorcycles. It’s a place where things are not only created but experimented, Mr Martini explores new concepts with motorbikes, accessories and creating new styles. When you look at the Mr. Martini Ducati Flash Back you have the impression of going back through time. A very special jump in the past. The past line is combined to an advanced and exasperated technique. The objective of this ...

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Ducati unveils range-topping Monster 1200 and 1200 S with pricing – Autoblog

Rubric: Ducati | 1 May 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati unveils range-topping Monster 1200 and 1200 S with pricing – Autoblog
Ducati unveils range-topping Monster 1200 and 1200 S with pricing – Autoblog

Ducati unveils range-topping Monster 1200 and 1200 S with pricing Comments Add Ducati has unveiled the third generation of its naked (read: fairing-less) motorcycles, comprised of the Monster 1200 and 1200 S, at the press conference ahead of the 71st International Motorcycle Exhibition (EICMA ) in Milan, which starts tomorrow. The two new Monsters will be available in 2014, and they’ll both be powered by the Superbike-derived 1199cc Testastretta engine. The twin-cylinder engine has been tuned to develop better mid-range power in the pair of Monsters, and it pumps out 145 horsepower and 92 pound-feet of torque in the 1200 S. A single-side swing-arm locates the rear wheel, which puts the ...

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Phillip Island MotoGP Test: Strong start and a few scares for Crutchlow…

Rubric: Ducati | 28 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Phillip Island MotoGP Test: Strong start and a few scares for Crutchlow…
Phillip Island MotoGP Test: Strong start and a few scares for Crutchlow…

Phillip Island MotoGP Test: Strong start and a few scares for Crutchlow Cal Crutchlow took the new Open configuration Ducati Desmosedici to the second fastest lap time, during day one of the Phillip Island MotoGP tyre test. Riding alongside the official Yamaha and Honda teams, who are remaining in the Factory class, the Englishman and his Open class software set a best lap time just 0.363s from Jorge Lorenzo. “The Ducati seems to be going well here. It’s going a lot better than at Sepang. We made some small setting changes and it seems to be better every time we go out,” Crutchlow told the official MotoGP website. But the main focus is tyre testing for Bridgestone, to avoid a ...

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Audi set to buy Ducati for $1.1 billion – Autoweek

Rubric: Ducati | 20 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Audi set to buy Ducati for $1.1 billion – Autoweek
Audi set to buy Ducati for $1.1 billion – Autoweek

Audi set to buy Ducati for $1.1 billion Shopping for a NEW or used vehicle? Click here to start your search. News wire reports in Europe on Tuesday said Audi is poised to buy Ialian motorcycle maker Ducati from owner Investindustrial for about $1.1 billion (860 million euros). Audi has reached an agreement with Investindustrial to buy the maker of luxury motorbikes, with VW’s supervisory board set to approve the deal on Wednesday, said a person familiar with the details, who declined to be identified discussing the private negotiations. Audi and Investindustrial declined to comment. At that price the deal, minus debt, would value Ducati at about seven times last year’s earnings ...

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Tyre Size – Ducati Up North

Rubric: Ducati | 16 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Tyre Size – Ducati Up North
Tyre Size – Ducati Up North

Header Tech Library – Tyre Size A useful technical article from guest contributor Larry Kelly of San Diego CA (aka Shazaam!). The issue of tire size versus handling has been discussed extensively here so I’ll try to sum it up. Motorcycle tire sizes get larger from year-to-year so it’s easy to think that bigger is better. However, chassis design development is the principal reason larger tires can be used to go fast, not the tire size by itself. So it’s best to stay with the recommended tire and rim size on a stock bike. The size of the tire is selected by each bike manufacturer during development testing of a new design. The manufacturer develops their chassis and ...

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Inside the Ducati factory: Building the 1199 Panigale from the ground up

Rubric: Ducati | 15 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Inside the Ducati factory: Building the 1199 Panigale from the ground up
Inside the Ducati factory: Building the 1199 Panigale from the ground up

Inside the Ducati factory: Building the 1199 Panigale from the ground up Panigale batch hits the chassis assembly area. The Ducati Factory is a must-see petrolhead destination in Italy’s motor valley alongside the Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini factories in Borgo Panigale. We’re here to check out the production of the 1199 Panigale superbike from start to finish, as well as learn about some of the techniques Ducati has used to vastly improve its efficiency, output and reliability. Our guide today, Livio Lodi, has worked in the Ducati Factory for more than 26 years, in several different departments – which makes him wonderfully qualified to be the brand’s official historian ...

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Ducati crankshaft lightening and balancing

Rubric: Ducati | 12 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati crankshaft lightening and balancing
Ducati crankshaft lightening and balancing

Ducati Crankshaft Balancing Click on the these links: NEW! FAQ’s are at the bottom of the page New LOWERED Pricing below! Fox Performance Engines has aquired a new Turner Technolgies crankshaft balancer, that’s completely computer software driven, highly accurate, and just all around fun to use. The Crankshaft work done at Fox Performance is done completly in house. I can tell you the most important thing about my crankwork, the same end product that the customer recieves is the exact same thing that I race in my own race bikes on the track. What you are getting has gone from my hands to inside my motor to the track. And won! I have experimented with many things and found ...

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Ducati 900 Superlight – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk

Rubric: Ducati | 8 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati 900 Superlight – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk
Ducati 900 Superlight – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk

Ducati 900 Superlight Ducati’s Pantah derived 900SS twins are well on the way to earning classic status. Paul Miles reckons his 900SL Superlight is a super bike for a light wallet. Now, I’m a fan of exotic motorcycles, as most people are, if we’re being honest; and with me, for exotica read Italian. There are affordable Italian classics like older, smaller engined, Guzzis, Morinis and an assortment of smelly two stroke lightweights, but the real exotics – the high capacity pulse quickeners like Ducati and MV – are and have always been unaffordable; right? Wrong! 1994 Ducati 900SL IV I’m here to praise the glory that is the 1991-96 belt drive air cooled ...

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Ducati Multistrada – Road Test & Review – Motorcyclist Online

Rubric: Ducati | 6 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati Multistrada – Road Test & Review – Motorcyclist Online
Ducati Multistrada – Road Test & Review – Motorcyclist Online

Multistrada vs.The World! Ducati calls the new Multistrada the ideal all-arounder, but exactly where are its limits? We pit Bologna’s oddest Duck against Honda’s Interceptor and Yamaha’s YZF-R6 to find out WE’VE SEEN THAT FACE BEFORE. You’re looking at this curious red motorcycle like a dog that smells bacon but sees an empty frying pan. Don’t worry. The Multistrada gets a lot of that. OK, so what is a Multistrada? To paraphrase Monty Python’s Flying Circus, it’s something completely different. From Ducati’s refreshingly off-center perspective, the Multistrada is a new breed. More mutant than clone, it’s an iconoclast. A heretic. ...

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Moto Wheels – Ducati Sport 1000 il Ducatista

Rubric: Ducati | 5 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Moto Wheels – Ducati Sport 1000 il Ducatista
Moto Wheels – Ducati Sport 1000 il Ducatista

Moto Wheels – Ducati Sport 1000 by Adrian Mangu • November 14, 2012 • Motorcycle. Sport 1000 • 5 Comments I know it’s been quite some time since my last posting, but work’s been kicking my ass for a bit. Moving on to the goods. This is another amazing build by Moto Wheels which has done the rounds through the internet quite a bit; however Matt from Moto Wheels was kind enough to send some unreleased photos of this build, which will show the detail and the amount of work and time they put into this build. These guys are located in sunny California, Rancho Cordova and have been around for quite some time. They are one of the best stocked motorcycle stores from the U.S. ...

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