Ducati Designs Ducati ST Headlight Replacement – webBikeWorld

Rubric: Ducati | 13 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati Designs Ducati ST Headlight Replacement – webBikeWorld
Ducati Designs Ducati ST Headlight Replacement – webBikeWorld

Ducati Designs Sport Touring Headlight Upgrade Motorcycle lighting is one of the hottest topics on webBikeWorld. Increasing light output, improving visibility, LED brake lights, turn signal brightness, wheel lights and other lighting novelties — you name it — if it has to do with lights and brightness, then motorcycle owners are interested. I’d like to think that most of this interest springs from a sincere desire to take the Hurt study conclusions to heart; i.e. that improvements in motorcycle visibility will help reduce one of the leading causes of motorcycle accidents: the I didn’t see it crash. While it’s important to have good frontal visibility to wake ...

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Test Ducati 944 ST2 Motors TV

Rubric: Ducati | 8 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Test Ducati 944 ST2 Motors TV
Test Ducati 944 ST2 Motors TV

Ducati 944 ST2 test Intro: A GT-SPORTS – LA ITALIAN To a certain extent- the name Ducati is to the world of motorcycles what Ferrari is to the world of cars. A marque that offers prestige- creating exclusive and high-performance machines that continues to carve itself a niche among the roadsters. The 944 ST2 perfectly illustrates this point. On the market for four years- it has been re-released this year. Ducati has knocked almost -800 off the price tag and has done away with the paniers now available as an optional extra. In direct competition with the big bikes such as the Honda CBR 1000 F and Kawasaki 1100 ZZR that rule the European market- the ST2 has everything it takes to steal ...

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Australian Cafe Racers – Blog – Clockwork Orange – Ducati ST2 Cafe Racer

Rubric: Ducati | 29 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Australian Cafe Racers – Blog – Clockwork Orange – Ducati ST2 Cafe Racer
Australian Cafe Racers – Blog – Clockwork Orange – Ducati ST2 Cafe Racer

Clockwork Orange – Ducati ST2 Cafe Racer Wednesday, October 30, 2013 It’s not every day that you look at a Ducati ST2 and think what a great base for a Cafe Racer In fact it has probably never crossed any mind at all. A full fairing bike built for speed and handling as well as touring isnt usually the sort of bike you think about stripping down and turning into your 50th birthday present. Or is it? Luckily behind every person is a bit of personal imagination. The Ducati ST2 has around 85hp standard and weighs in at 206kg. This is good for a close to 12 second quarter mile! Strip off the weight, improve the looks and go wild on the engine is what Clockwork Orange is all about. ...

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First Impression: Ducati ST2 Motortrend

Rubric: Ducati | 28 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on First Impression: Ducati ST2 Motortrend
First Impression: Ducati ST2 Motortrend

Just another WordPress.com weblog First Impression: Ducati ST2 Besides the strong V-twin powerplant, ergonomics are another strong point for the ST2 Ducati’s long-awaited entry into one of the fastest-growing segments in motorcycling was finally introduced to the U.S. market this month with the formal unveiling of their 1998 ST2 sport-tourer in Santa Barbara, California. Ducati’s ST2 is intended to take the best of the Italian firm’s traditional high-performance heritage, along with their distinctive styling elements, and turn them into an ultimate, yet comfortable sport-touring machine. Housing one of Ducati’s latest 90-degree desmo V-twins, the ST2 comes equipped with the usual ...

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Ducati ST2 – Review – Italian sports bike fun with less of the Italian…

Rubric: Ducati | 19 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati ST2 – Review – Italian sports bike fun with less of the Italian…
Ducati ST2 – Review – Italian sports bike fun with less of the Italian…

Ducati ST2 Advantages: Joyous! Disadvantages: Might make you cry if it breaks down We have had 2 of these bikes, so feel qualified in writing the first review. If you want an orthodox sports tourer then frankly, this bike isn’t for you. However, I was able to commute reliably with this model and travel across Europe without the historical reliability issues which Ducatis come with. It is comfortable for two people, with a good control screen showing fuel levels, distance and functions in use. However it is let down by poor electrics which mean any accessories fitted e.g. alarm, heated grips, will drain the battery within 24 hours, if not on trickle charge. Panniers, though expensive, ...

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My Ducati ST2, A Tale of Metamorphosis

Rubric: Ducati | 13 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on My Ducati ST2, A Tale of Metamorphosis
My Ducati ST2, A Tale of Metamorphosis

My Ducati ST2, A Tale of Metamorphosis October, 2000 by Dan Moricoli Long wanderings around the country to escape the stress of my business life are what I do with motorcycles. Primarily, I ride BMWs which were chosen for their reliability. My favorite has been an R1100 GS which has taken me from Mexico to Alaska, and back, without a problem. The bike has given me lots of giggles and with it, there is no road, or road condition, that can’t be tamed. I had always thought of Ducatis as fragile things: beautiful but lacking the sort of Teutonic sturdiness and dependability I had thought essential for my riding style. I had never ridden one before the day in June, 2000 when I bought ...

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Ducati ST2 – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk

Rubric: Ducati | 6 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati ST2 – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk
Ducati ST2 – Classic Motorcycle Profile – RealClassic.co.uk

Ducati ST2 Simon Lock was looking for an affordable exotic motorcycle. He took a chance on a non-running Ducati V-Twin. I ditched classic British bikes (for a bit), feeling they were too much hassle, too badly braked and just too expensive to keep on the road in decent condition. I enjoyed a year or so of Japanese reliability on my FJ1200. Then, of course, its characterlessness began to make me hanker after something different: something Sunday morning-ish; something that would be a bit flash; something like my very pretty but excruciatingly uncomfortable Ducati 900SS – a bike that lasted just 60 miles in my ownership before I felt some more lithe and less vertically enhanced personage ...

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DRS5 – Ducati ST2/ST4/ST4S Rearset

Rubric: Ducati | 26 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on DRS5 – Ducati ST2/ST4/ST4S Rearset
DRS5 – Ducati ST2/ST4/ST4S Rearset

DRS5 – Ducati ST2/ST4/ST4S Rearset DRS5/15 Rearset System The DRS5 and DRS15 are solid, billet aluminum rearsets made for Ducati ST2 and ST4, and ST4S models, and which make up one-half of a total rips, the most complete product available for optimizing rider position and motorcycle ergonomics. Used alone or together with the Cycle Cat BR series multi-adjustable bar mounting system, the DRS5/15 provides a range of adjustment limited only by your motorcycle itself. Typically, the range of adjustment is far in excess of what anyone will ever use. As with all Cycle Cat rearset systems, the design and machining has been done thoroughly and with great attention to detail, so that the system ...

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KarstenFilsoe.dk – Ducati ST2 review

Rubric: Ducati | 25 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on KarstenFilsoe.dk – Ducati ST2 review
KarstenFilsoe.dk – Ducati ST2 review

Ducati ST2 The tourer you can take to the track IT’S an advantage to be able to do more than one thing at a time. Walking and chewing is a good example, but sporty touring is a better one. Multi-tasking is all the rage these days, with man and machine being expected to perform several concurrent tasks, rather than just one. It’s about being a jack-of-all-trades and master of all of them. Ducati had last dipped a toe in the sports touring market in the early 90s with its 907ie, but the ST2 was their first serious attempt to take on the might of the Japanese head-on. Bikes like Honda’s VFR had the all-rounder segment sewn-up, but the ST2 provides a Latin alternative. Although a completely ...

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Ducati ST4s – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rubric: Ducati | 22 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Ducati ST4s – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ducati ST4s – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ducati ST4s Contents Design [ edit ] The ST4S was based on the earlier ST4. which used a detuned version of the Ducati 916 engine. Compared to the ST4, the ST4S had improved suspension and a larger engine, using the liquid-cooled Desmoquattro (four desmodromic valves ) 90° V-twin engine based on the Ducati 996. The Desmoquattro was largely unchanged from the 996 Superbike, and retained a valve angle of 40°, but lost 4mm of diameter on each of the intake throttle bodies (down from 54mm on the 996). Chassis clearances also required the use of the more compact cylinder head design that was shared with the 748 Superbike and Monster S4. In spite of the smaller intakes, the ST4s actually made ...

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