2007 Ducati's New 1098 Superbike

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2007 Ducati's New 1098 Superbike

#1 Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Mon Nov 13, 2006 1:01 pm

2007 Ducati's New 1098 Superbike
November 13, 2006 - Total Motorcycle - www.totalmotorcycle.com


Just released photos! Total Motorcycle is proud to post some never before seen media photos of the new 2007 Ducati 1098 Superbike for your enjoyment, all desktop sized too!


2007 Ducati Motorcycle Model Lineup

2007 Ducati 1098 Superbike

The 1098 is the most powerful twin-cylinder motorcycle in the world with the highest torque-to-weight ratio of any sport bike.

For the first time Ducati MotoGP and World Superbike technology have been combined to create the premier street bike.

The results are stunning.


Headlamps - Aggressive-looking horizontal twin headlamps sport the latest polyellipsoidal lighting technology.

Instrumentation - MotoGP instrumentation, taken directly from the Desmosedici GP7, is headlebar switch-gear controled.

Swingarm - Lightweight, rigid, single-sided swingarm with unique cast/fabricated manufacturing technique.

Monobloc Brakes - Racing-style, radially mounted, high performance Brembo Monobloc brake technology.

Engine - The 160hp 1098 Testastretta Evoluzione engine is the most advanced, most powerful L-Twin ever produced.

Exhaust - Twin under-seat exhausts in stainless steel terminate the 2-1-2 lightweight system.

Known Specifications:

160 HP and 381 lbs
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