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2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada

 

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada Review

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada on Total Motorcycle

Hyper performance, extreme versatility

The Hyperstrada extends the hypermotard concept to fascinating new horizons. ABS, DTC, windshield, side bags, dedicated ergonomics and a series of touring features offering a new riding experience for everyone who loves curves, even when they’re far away from home.

Hyperstrada: broaden the horizons of your emotions.

The introduction of the next generation Hypermotard has now further broadened the character of the model family with a stylish and accessible mid-range tourer with everyday practicality – The Hyperstrada. While the new range delivers a thrilling and fun filled experience, the Hyperstrada goes that extra mile to deliver long distance adventure and enable practical, everyday motorcycling in absolute Ducati style.

Brand new from the ground up, the family introduces the new 110hp Ducati 821cc Testastretta 11° engine in a new Trellis frame equipped with top-of-the range chassis components. While sharing the Hypermotard’s sharp and sleek styling to maintain that essential Supermotard look, the Hyperstrada is factory-accessorised with a full touring-oriented specification. It successfully combines performance with excellent ergonomics and the Ducati Safety Pack of latest generation ABS, Ducati Traction Control and integrated Riding Modes.

Ample ground-clearance combined with a narrow waistline and commanding riding position gives the rider a confidence-inspiring stance, ideal for dominating the every-day urban commute or long distance journey. The new Hyperstrada takes the Hypermotard concept into the future with refined design and user-friendly technologies that will enhance its appeal to a wider range of riders.

The Strada concept
With the introduction of the Multistrada, Diavel Strada and now Hyperstrada, Ducati expands the concept of “touring, Italian style” with three motorcycles carefully prepared for the open road, while continuing to deliver pure Ducati sport bike excitement.
Ducati’s headquarters have always been in the Borgo Panigale area of Bologna, Italy, an historic town in the heart of the Emilia Romagna region known to many as the Land of Motors. Famous for iconic brands such as Ducati and Lamborghini, the area is equally well known for its beautiful surrounding mountain ranges with winding roads that undulate through spectacular Northern Italian countryside. Ducati’s test riders use these roads each and every day and their hunger for more miles inspired the latest Strada models, stylishly equipped to be loaded with luggage and ridden north across the Alps or south through Tuscan splendor and on towards the next horizon.

Italy has a long and rich history of mixing the passion of sport-oriented machinery with Gran Turismo style, and with the new Strada concept, Ducati capture the excitement of famous sporting events such as the Moto Giro d’Italia and the Mille Miglia and combine it with the pleasure and sophistication of Italian-style motorcycle touring.

Touring in Italy has never meant compromising on performance and Ducati upholds that tradition with a selection of models powered by high-performance engines. The Ducati Safety Pack of traction control and ABS enhances rider confidence, while perfect style and design deliver hours of riding comfort.

Ducati’s Strada models, therefore, provide both a thrilling and comfortable ride and a stylish and head-turning display of Italian engineering when parked outside the many caffès and ristorantes enroute. Multistrada, Diavel Strada and now Hyperstrada combine the very best of motorcycling with a taste of the Italian adventure lifestyle to deliver thrilling, practical and enjoyable touring for connoisseurs.

Hyperstrada
The Hyperstrada model represents a completely new dimension for Hypermotard, with the innovative realisation of a unique “cross-over” between the worlds of motard and touring. This incredibly versatile motorcycle opens an exciting new road to explore and releases the full potential of this thrilling family.

Its factory-equipped touring components present a comfortable and user-friendly travel companion with generous luggage capacity. The added security of ABS and DTC is combined into the Ducati Safety Pack and fully integrated into the Sport (110hp – High), Touring (110hp – Medium) and Urban (75hp – Low) Riding Modes.

In preparing the new model for the open road, Ducati fitted a strong, lightweight and elegantly styled 50 litres of quickly-detachable side-luggage –offering an extra 31 litre top case as an accessory – and a centre stand for stable parking when fully loaded. With handlebars raised by 20mm (0.78in), a touring screen provides improved wind protection and, with long journey comfort in mind, a special wider touring seat is fitted with thicker foam cushioning for both the rider and passenger and confidence-inspiring passenger grab-handles. Extended mudguards, a sump guard and two auxiliary 12v power outlets, intended to feed accessories such as heated clothing, complete the enhanced specification.

The Hyperstrada is also offered in “low version” with shorter suspension front and rear providing a lower seat height of 830mm (32.7in). The version includes shorter side and centre stands and considerably enhances sure-footed confidence, especially when combined with the accessory low saddle to achieve a total reduction of 40mm for an 810mm (31.9in) seat height.
The front suspension of the Hyperstrada uses 43mm Kayaba upside-down forks with 150mm (5.9in) of wheel travel and the rear suspension uses a single Sachs rear shock absorber providing 150mm (5.9in) of rear wheel travel with rebound damping and user-friendly remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment. Both the front and rear wheel travel of the low version Hyperstrada is reduced by 20mm (0.79in).

The full touring trim tips the scales with a dry weight of 181kg (399lb) and rides on the Multistrada’s Pirelli Scorpion Trail tyres, mounted on 10-spoke, 1199 Panigale-style cast aluminium wheels. The Hyperstrada is finished in Ducati red or a sophisticated arctic white against subtle racing grey Trellis frame and black wheels and has side luggage in textured black with polished stainless steel “Ducati” name plates.



 

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada Total Motorcycle Key Features

Hyperstrada
Hyperstrada (low) seat height: 830mm (32.7in)

Colours
Body | Frame | Wheels: Ducati red | racing grey | black
Body | Frame | Wheels: Arctic white | racing grey | black

Equipment
Ducati Safety Pack (ABS, DTC)
Riding Modes (Sport | Touring | Urban)
Touring screen*
Touring seat*
Passenger grab-handles*
Side luggage*
Centre stand*
Engine sump guard*
Remote rear suspension pre-load
2 x auxiliary 12v power outlets
Enhanced generator
Extended front and rear mudguards
*Available from Ducati Performance also as an accessory for Hypermotard and Hypermotard SP

 


2013 Ducati Hypermotard SP Total Motorcycle Features and Benefits

Design
The Hypermotard prototype was an instant success when first shown in 2005 and soon became a top seller when its production started in 2007. Since then, its unique design has excited riders around the world and praise for this thrilling and versatile model has never stopped – and neither has its development.

2013 sees the introduction of the next generation design, embracing the original “thrill bike” character and enhancing its adventurous dirtbike-inspired look with visibly high ground-clearance, sharp and high tail-piece and narrow waistline – design elements that characterise this type of motorcycle whether used for the daily commute or touring.

Attention to the detail of flowing lines has resulted in maintaining the essential, minimalist image of the family, even with the complexity of packaging a liquid-cooled engine. Proportion, ergonomics and practicality shaped this new generation of Hypermotard and the integration of Ducati’s latest technologies, such as second generation Testastretta 11° engine, Ducati Safety Pack and Riding Modes, underlines its absolute Ducati character.

Chassis
The Hyperstrada has a new 34mm diameter tubular steel Trellis frame with 25.5° of rake and trail and offset of 104mm (4.1in) and 30mm (1.2) respectively, providing a sure-footed, stable “feel” without compromising the Hypermotard’s original agility. The frame marries to a die-cast sub-frame and incorporates a Multistrada-like techno-polymer mid-section as part of the assembly.
The Hyperstrada retains its highly manoeuvrable 70° of lock-to-lock steering movement, while the wheelbase now increases to 1490mm (58.6in), further enhancing the model’s stability at speed and providing ample area for rider, passenger and luggage.
The totally revised fuel tank has increased capacity by 3.6 litre (0.9 US gal) to 16 litres (4.2 US gal), improving the overall autonomy of the Hyperstrada while maintaining its thin waistline and compact silhouette.

Instrumentation
The Hyperstrada’s compact instrumentation console has been designed with warning lights across the upper section, which illuminate for neutral, turn signals, high-beam, rev-limit, oil pressure and fuel reserve and an LCD screen with dot matrix area below for all other information.

The screen presents data for speed, rpm, total mileage, trip1/trip2, engine coolant temperature and ambient air temperature and time.

Additionally, the display also presents current fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, average speed, and journey time.
The display constantly shows the selected Riding Mode, including the associated ABS and DTC levels. All three Riding Modes can be easily changed, while stationary or in motion, by simply scrolling through the displayed modes using the indicator cancel button.
When stationary, buttons on the left-hand switchgear can be used to enter a setting menu from which adjustments to the various functions can be made including personalised ABS (1-2+OFF), DTC (1-8+OFF) and power delivery via Ride-by-Wire (Low-Medium-High). All settings are saveable in the instrumentation’s memory and can easily be returned to factory settings with a simple default function. The instrumentation is also system-ready to accept the heated grips Ducati accessory, which then produces its own control menu, selectable by scrolling through with the engine starter button.

Lighting
The headlamp uses a very compact and lightweight assembly, which employs a single parabola for high and low beam functions using a blue vision bulb and LED positioning light. For the rear, a specially designed strip of LEDs, enhanced by a high diffusion lens shaped into the sleek lines of the tailpiece, acts as both rear light and brake lights. Front directional indicators are stylishly integrated into the handguards, keeping the lines of the Hyperstrada as clean as possible and a hazard light function is also also available, activated by holding the left-turn signal button on for four seconds.

Controls
The Hyperstrada’s full Ride-by-Wire introduces a new and compact electronic twist-grip, perfectly matching the minimalist styling of the model’s slim-line switch bodies. They house easy-to-use switches and buttons, and feature a unique weapons-like ‘trigger catch’ that slides down to cover the starter button when the kill-switch is activated. A conventional control cable actuates the clutch and a 4-point adjustable lever for the front brake enables full personalisation. Black finished footpeg supports are formed in high pressure die-cast aluminium with integrated heel guards and feature rear brake and gear shift pedals in forged aluminium.

Ducati Safety Pack (DSP)
Ducati’s Riding Mode technology, incorporates 2-level ABS and 8-level DTC to introduce the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP) concept to the Hyperstrada, further underlining the focus on performance safety.

Ducati Riding Modes
Ducati’s industry-changing Riding Modes effectively offer optimised settings appropriate to rider and environment by selecting from a choice of three pre-set modes according to model. Each Riding Mode is pre-programmed to instantly change engine character, ABS and DTC intervention – even while riding. The modes are made possible by combining a number of class-leading technologies.
An electronic Ride-by-Wire (RbW) system administers different mappings to regulate power delivery, while the Ducati Traction Control system (DTC) uses eight levels of system interaction to enhance control by reducing rear wheel-spin and the ABS processor provides two pre-programmed levels of anti-lock braking.

Hyperstrada Riding Modes
Sport
The Sport Riding Mode provides 110hp, delivered with a “High” RbW throttle response, level-3 DTC system intervention and level-1 ABS of sport-oriented braking performance with reduced rear-end lift-up prevention.
Touring
The Touring Riding Mode provides 110hp, delivered with a “Medium” RbW throttle response, level-4 DTC system intervention and level-2 ABS with maximum safety and braking stability and increased rear-end lift-up prevention.
Urban
The Urban Riding Mode provides 75hp, delivered with a “Low” RbW throttle response, level-6 DTC system intervention and level-2 ABS with maximum safety and braking stability and increased rear-end lift-up prevention.

Ride-by-Wire (RbW)
The Ride-by-Wire (RbW) system is an electronic interface between the twistgrip and the engine which decides the ideal power response depending on the Riding Mode selected and according to the rider’s throttle input. The twistgrip no longer uses a throttle cable to control the throttle body butterflies, but instead delivers a signal to a control unit, which in turn operates the butterfly opening. The RbW system enables the use of three different mappings to regulate the power delivery. The three maps offer 110hp with a “high” sports-type delivery, 110hp with a “medium” progressive delivery suitable for touring and 75hp with a “low” reduced delivery for city or rain use.

Ducati Traction Control (DTC)
The Ducati Traction Control is an intelligent system which acts as a filter between the rider’s right hand and the rear tyre. Within milliseconds, DTC is able to detect and then control rear wheel-spin, considerably increasing the bike’s active safety and performance, an important component of the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP). The new Hyperstrada uses the very latest DTC software, now optimised with seamless intervention to ignition timing only.

The system offers eight ‘levels of sensitivity’, each programmed with a level of rear wheel-spin tolerance in line with progressive levels of riding skills classified from one to eight. Level one is programmed to offer the least amount of interaction while level eight uses the most amount of interaction.

DTC levels are factory pre-set in each of the three Riding Modes, but can be individually customised and saved to suit the rider by accessing the set-up menu within each mode. A ‘Default’ option is available to easily return all settings to factory pre-sets.

Bosch Brembo Braking system with 2-level ABS
Included as an integral part of the Ducati Safety Pack (DSP), the 2013 Hyperstrada is fully equipped with the Bosch ABS 9MP controlled Brembo braking system, an impressive combination of state-of-the-art security and proven performance. Shorter stopping distances with enhanced stability are vital prerequisites for all motorcycles, but adding full Riding Mode interaction takes the Hyperstrada’s braking to the next level.

From the 2-level programmed system, level-1 provides a sport-oriented ABS interaction with reduced rear-end lift-up prevention, while Level-2 delivers maximum safety ABS interaction with enhanced stability and increased rear-end lift-up prevention.

The front brakes use twin radially-mounted Brembo, four piston, Monobloc M4-32 callipers actuated by a master cylinder with a 4-point adjustable lever. The fronts grip 320mm discs, while a single 245mm disc on the rear is gripped by a single Brembo calliper.

Typical of all Ducatis, these components ensure high performance braking and set the standard in this segment.

The Bosch-Brembo ABS system is fitted as standard equipment, delivering outstanding braking performances in all conditions and providing a major contribution towards performance safety. An option to disable the ABS in each individual Riding Mode is available via the instrumentation, and the system allows the setting to be saved and memorised at the next ignition-on.

Introducing the 821cc Testastretta 11°
When developing the new power unit for the next generation Hypermotard family, engineers analysed capacity and bore/stroke ratio to create the optimum combination of tractability and Hyper performance. The 821cc Testastretta 11° engine introduces an ideal, all-round performance-producing 110hp (80.9kW) @ 9,250rpm with a wide and ride-enhancing 65.8lb-ft (9.1kgm) of torque @ 7,750rpm that underlines its pure Ducati character.

The four valves per cylinder, liquid-cooled engine has a compression ratio of 12.8:1 and measures 821cc from an 88mm x 67.5mm bore and stroke, which provides a wide range of torque and an impressive and practical peak horse power value. The engine, which is cooled by a high efficiency radiator mounted with twin electric fans, breathes through two 52mm, full Ride-by-Wire throttle bodies which provides three different engine “characters” within the Riding Modes.

The new 821cc Testastretta 11° adopts a number of operation-enhancing features introduced in the second generation Testastretta 11° DS used in the 2013 Multistrada, including repositioned fuel injector spray targets and a secondary air system. The system enables a smoother cycle-to-cycle engine operation with increased fuelling during specific engine operations. This optimisation of fuel-mapping without compromising emissions is achieved by completing the oxidisation of unburned hydrocarbons, which reduces HC and CO levels. The system is activated when the engine ECU recognises specific conditions in the engine’s operation via the lambda and throttle opening sensors. It then opens a valve enabling a flow of clean air from the main airbox to a reed valve situated in each cylinder head, enabling one-way flow into an air gallery exiting into the exhaust port close to the exhaust valve. Entering the hottest point of the exhaust gasses, the fresh charge of air enhances the burn environment, eliminating any unburned fuel in the exhaust cycle.

For increased user-friendliness, Engineers reduced the amount of valve over-lap from around 40° – typical in performance engines that operate constantly at high RPM – to just 11°. This reduces peak horse-power slightly, but enhances mid-range and overall smoothness – perfect prerequisites for the extreme versatility of the new Hyperstrada.

The overlap angle is defined as the interval of crankshaft rotation, measured in degrees, during which both the intake and exhaust valves are open at the same time. This overlap occurs between the end of the exhaust stroke and the start of the intake stroke. On the Testastretta 11° engine, this angle has been reduced and the fresh inlet flow less compromised by the exhaust gases, resulting in much smoother combustion, improved fuel economy and lower exhaust emissions. Unburnt hydrocarbon emissions (pre-catalyser) and specific fuel consumption (and consequent CO2 emissions) are considerably reduced.

The new engine is equipped with an APTC, oil bath clutch with ‘slipper’ function and light feel at the lever. Its design uses a progressive self-servo mechanism that presses the plates together when under drive from the engine, enabling the reduction of the clutch spring rates. Now further simplified with the use of a control cable actuation, it achieves an even lighter clutch lever at the handlebar, ideal in stop-start traffic or long journeys. When the drive force is reversed (over-run), the same mechanism reduces the pressure on the clutch plates, enabling them to provide a race-like ‘slipper’ action, which reduces the destabilizing effect of the rear-end under aggressive down-shifting and provides a much smoother feeling when closing the throttle or down-shifting under normal riding conditions.

The completely new 2-1 exhaust system runs through 50mm headers, and is controlled by an exhaust valve before passing into the new single silencer, black finished with a polished stainless steel end-cap. The system uses new sound-absorbing technology to achieve such a compact layout and is completed with catalytic converter and two lambda probes for optimum Euro 3 emissions management.

A milestone 30,000km between major services

The 821cc Testastretta 11° engine reaches another milestone in Ducati’s constant investment in quality by enabling the distance between major service intervals (valve clearance check) to be set at an owner-friendly 30,000 kilometres (18,641 miles).



 

 


 

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada – Total Motorcycle USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $13,295 USD

Engine
Type – Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement – 821.1cc
Bore x Stroke – 88 x 67,5 mm
Compression ratio – 12,8:1
Power – 110hp (81kW) @ 9250rpm
Torque – 89 Nm (65.8 lb-ft) @ 7750 rpm

Technical data referring to power and torque was measured on an engine test stand at Ducati.

Fuel injection – Electronic fuel injection system. Throttle bodies with full Ride by Wire system
Exhaust – Single stainless steel muffler with catalytic converter and two lambda probes.

Transmission
Gearbox – 6 speed
Primary drive – Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio – 1=37/15 2=30/17 3=28/20 4=26/22 5=24/23 6=23/24
Final drive – Chain, Front sprocket 15, Rear sprocket 45
Clutch – Slipper and self-servo wet multiplate clutch mechanically operated

Chassis
Frame – Tubular steel Trellis frame
Front suspension – 43mm usd forks
Front wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front Tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 120/70 ZR17
Rear suspension – Progressive linkage with adjustable spring preload and rebound damping monoshock. Remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 5.50″ x 17″
Rear tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 180/55 ZR17
Front wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Rear wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Front brake – 2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston 2-pad, axial pump with adjustable lever, ABS 9MP as standard
Rear brake – 245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS 9MP as standard

Instrumentation – Multifunction digital dashboard with white backlight, composed of LCD segments for rev counter and a Dot-Matrix area for all other information: odometer (total, trip 1 and trip2), speedometer, clock, coolant temperature, selected riding mode, current fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, average speed, air temperature, trip time, maintenance intervals indicator (Km), errors detection (diagnosis), setup menu and customization functions. Interface for the management of Riding Modes (ABS, throttle response power, traction control). Lights: oil pressure, neutral N, fuel warning, turn signal, EOBD (diagnosis), high beam, DTC intervention (Traction Control) and deterrent immobilizer (in Key-Off). Headlight control: auto switching-off during engine start, auto turning-off after 60 seconds from Key-On without starting the engine, hazard lights. The key management of the various function menus are integrated in the left and right switch controls.

Dimensions and weight
Dry weight – 181kg (399lb)

Weight data refers to the dry weight of the motorcycle without battery, lubricants and coolants for liquid-cooled models.
Wet weight (KERB) – 204 kg (450 lb)

Kerb weights indicate total bike weight with all operating consumable liquids and a fuel tank filled to 90% of capacity (as per EC standard 93/93).
Seat height – 850mm – 830mm (33.5in – 32.7in)
Wheelbase – 1.490 mm (58.7 in)
Rake – 25,5°
Trail – 104mm (4.1In)
Fuel tank capacity – 16l – 4.2gallon (US)
Number of seats – Dual seat

Equipments
Standard Equipment – Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW. 50 l (13.2 gal) semi-rigid side panniers with incorporated supports, touring windshield, touring seat, passenger grab handle, centre stand, larger front and rear mudguards, engine sump guard,two 12 V power outlets. Ready for anti-theft system, heated grips, sat-nav.

Warranty
2 years unlimited mileage
Maintenance service intervals – 15,000 km (9,000 mi)/12 months
Valve clearance check – 30,000 km (18,000 mi)

Emissions and Consumption – Standard follows the US Federal Regulation

 


 

2013 Ducati Hyperstrada – Total Motorcycle Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $13,995 CDN

Engine
Type – Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement – 821.1cc
Bore x Stroke – 88 x 67,5 mm
Compression ratio – 12,8:1
Power – 110hp (81kW) @ 9250rpm
Torque – 89 Nm (65.8 lb-ft) @ 7750 rpm

Technical data referring to power and torque was measured on an engine test stand at Ducati.

Fuel injection – Electronic fuel injection system. Throttle bodies with full Ride by Wire system
Exhaust – Single stainless steel muffler with catalytic converter and two lambda probes.

Transmission
Gearbox – 6 speed
Primary drive – Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio – 1=37/15 2=30/17 3=28/20 4=26/22 5=24/23 6=23/24
Final drive – Chain, Front sprocket 15, Rear sprocket 45
Clutch – Slipper and self-servo wet multiplate clutch mechanically operated

Chassis
Frame – Tubular steel Trellis frame
Front suspension – 43mm usd forks
Front wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front Tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 120/70 ZR17
Rear suspension – Progressive linkage with adjustable spring preload and rebound damping monoshock. Remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 5.50″ x 17″
Rear tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 180/55 ZR17
Front wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Rear wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Front brake – 2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston 2-pad, axial pump with adjustable lever, ABS 9MP as standard
Rear brake – 245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS 9MP as standard

Instrumentation – Multifunction digital dashboard with white backlight, composed of LCD segments for rev counter and a Dot-Matrix area for all other information: odometer (total, trip 1 and trip2), speedometer, clock, coolant temperature, selected riding mode, current fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, average speed, air temperature, trip time, maintenance intervals indicator (Km), errors detection (diagnosis), setup menu and customization functions. Interface for the management of Riding Modes (ABS, throttle response power, traction control). Lights: oil pressure, neutral N, fuel warning, turn signal, EOBD (diagnosis), high beam, DTC intervention (Traction Control) and deterrent immobilizer (in Key-Off). Headlight control: auto switching-off during engine start, auto turning-off after 60 seconds from Key-On without starting the engine, hazard lights. The key management of the various function menus are integrated in the left and right switch controls.

Dimensions and weight
Dry weight – 181kg (399lb)

Weight data refers to the dry weight of the motorcycle without battery, lubricants and coolants for liquid-cooled models.
Wet weight (KERB) – 204 kg (450 lb)

Kerb weights indicate total bike weight with all operating consumable liquids and a fuel tank filled to 90% of capacity (as per EC standard 93/93).
Seat height – 850mm – 830mm (33.5in – 32.7in)
Wheelbase – 1.490 mm (58.7 in)
Rake – 25,5°
Trail – 104mm (4.1In)
Fuel tank capacity – 16l – 4.2gallon (US)
Number of seats – Dual seat

Equipments
Standard Equipment – Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW. 50 l (13.2 gal) semi-rigid side panniers with incorporated supports, touring windshield, touring seat, passenger grab handle, centre stand, larger front and rear mudguards, engine sump guard,two 12 V power outlets. Ready for anti-theft system, heated grips, sat-nav.

Warranty
2 years unlimited mileage
Maintenance service intervals – 15,000 km (9,000 mi)/12 months
Valve clearance check – 30,000 km (18,000 mi)

Emissions and Consumption – Standard follows the US Federal Regulation

 



2013 Ducati Hyperstrada – Total Motorcycle Europe/UK Specifications/Technical Details
European MSRP Price: See individual EU country dealer for pricing.
UK RRP: £10,650 (Prices quoted are SRP’s including VAT and delivery)

Engine
Type – Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement – 821.1cc
Bore x Stroke – 88 x 67,5 mm
Compression ratio – 12,8:1
Power – 110hp (81kW) @ 9250rpm
Torque – 89 Nm (65.8 lb-ft) @ 7750 rpm

Technical data referring to power and torque was measured on an engine test stand at Ducati.

Fuel injection – Electronic fuel injection system. Throttle bodies with full Ride by Wire system
Exhaust – Single stainless steel muffler with catalytic converter and two lambda probes.

Transmission
Gearbox – 6 speed
Primary drive – Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio – 1=37/15 2=30/17 3=28/20 4=26/22 5=24/23 6=23/24
Final drive – Chain, Front sprocket 15, Rear sprocket 45
Clutch – Slipper and self-servo wet multiplate clutch mechanically operated

Chassis
Frame – Tubular steel Trellis frame
Front suspension – 43mm usd forks
Front wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front Tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 120/70 ZR17
Rear suspension – Progressive linkage with adjustable spring preload and rebound damping monoshock. Remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 5.50″ x 17″
Rear tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 180/55 ZR17
Front wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Rear wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Front brake – 2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston 2-pad, axial pump with adjustable lever, ABS 9MP as standard
Rear brake – 245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS 9MP as standard

Instrumentation – Multifunction digital dashboard with white backlight, composed of LCD segments for rev counter and a Dot-Matrix area for all other information: odometer (total, trip 1 and trip2), speedometer, clock, coolant temperature, selected riding mode, current fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, average speed, air temperature, trip time, maintenance intervals indicator (Km), errors detection (diagnosis), setup menu and customization functions. Interface for the management of Riding Modes (ABS, throttle response power, traction control). Lights: oil pressure, neutral N, fuel warning, turn signal, EOBD (diagnosis), high beam, DTC intervention (Traction Control) and deterrent immobilizer (in Key-Off). Headlight control: auto switching-off during engine start, auto turning-off after 60 seconds from Key-On without starting the engine, hazard lights. The key management of the various function menus are integrated in the left and right switch controls.

Dimensions and weight
Dry weight – 181kg (399lb)

Weight data refers to the dry weight of the motorcycle without battery, lubricants and coolants for liquid-cooled models.
Wet weight (KERB) – 204 kg (450 lb)

Kerb weights indicate total bike weight with all operating consumable liquids and a fuel tank filled to 90% of capacity (as per EC standard 93/93).
Seat height – 850mm – 830mm (33.5in – 32.7in)
Wheelbase – 1.490 mm (58.7 in)
Rake – 25,5°
Trail – 104mm (4.1In)
Fuel tank capacity – 16l – 4.2gallon (US)
Number of seats – Dual seat

Equipments
Standard Equipment – Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW. 50 l (13.2 gal) semi-rigid side panniers with incorporated supports, touring windshield, touring seat, passenger grab handle, centre stand, larger front and rear mudguards, engine sump guard,two 12 V power outlets. Ready for anti-theft system, heated grips, sat-nav.

Warranty
2 years unlimited mileage
Maintenance service intervals – 15,000 km (9,000 mi)/12 months
Valve clearance check – 30,000 km (18,000 mi)

Emissions and Consumption – Standard Euro 3

 


2013 Ducati Hyperstrada – Total Motorcycle Australia Specifications/Technical Details
Australia MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in AU

Engine
Type – Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement – 821.1cc
Bore x Stroke – 88 x 67,5 mm
Compression ratio – 12,8:1
Power – 110hp (81kW) @ 9250rpm
Torque – 89 Nm (65.8 lb-ft) @ 7750 rpm

Technical data referring to power and torque was measured on an engine test stand at Ducati.

Fuel injection – Electronic fuel injection system. Throttle bodies with full Ride by Wire system
Exhaust – Single stainless steel muffler with catalytic converter and two lambda probes.

Transmission
Gearbox – 6 speed
Primary drive – Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio – 1=37/15 2=30/17 3=28/20 4=26/22 5=24/23 6=23/24
Final drive – Chain, Front sprocket 15, Rear sprocket 45
Clutch – Slipper and self-servo wet multiplate clutch mechanically operated

Chassis
Frame – Tubular steel Trellis frame
Front suspension – 43mm usd forks
Front wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front Tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 120/70 ZR17
Rear suspension – Progressive linkage with adjustable spring preload and rebound damping monoshock. Remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear wheel – 10-spoke in light alloy 5.50″ x 17″
Rear tyre – Pirelli Scorpion Trail, 180/55 ZR17
Front wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Rear wheel travel – 150 mm (5.9 in)
Front brake – 2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston 2-pad, axial pump with adjustable lever, ABS 9MP as standard
Rear brake – 245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS 9MP as standard

Instrumentation – Multifunction digital dashboard with white backlight, composed of LCD segments for rev counter and a Dot-Matrix area for all other information: odometer (total, trip 1 and trip2), speedometer, clock, coolant temperature, selected riding mode, current fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, average speed, air temperature, trip time, maintenance intervals indicator (Km), errors detection (diagnosis), setup menu and customization functions. Interface for the management of Riding Modes (ABS, throttle response power, traction control). Lights: oil pressure, neutral N, fuel warning, turn signal, EOBD (diagnosis), high beam, DTC intervention (Traction Control) and deterrent immobilizer (in Key-Off). Headlight control: auto switching-off during engine start, auto turning-off after 60 seconds from Key-On without starting the engine, hazard lights. The key management of the various function menus are integrated in the left and right switch controls.

Dimensions and weight
Dry weight – 181kg (399lb)

Weight data refers to the dry weight of the motorcycle without battery, lubricants and coolants for liquid-cooled models.
Wet weight (KERB) – 204 kg (450 lb)

Kerb weights indicate total bike weight with all operating consumable liquids and a fuel tank filled to 90% of capacity (as per EC standard 93/93).
Seat height – 850mm – 830mm (33.5in – 32.7in)
Wheelbase – 1.490 mm (58.7 in)
Rake – 25,5°
Trail – 104mm (4.1In)
Fuel tank capacity – 16l – 4.2gallon (US)
Number of seats – Dual seat

Equipments
Standard Equipment – Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW. 50 l (13.2 gal) semi-rigid side panniers with incorporated supports, touring windshield, touring seat, passenger grab handle, centre stand, larger front and rear mudguards, engine sump guard,two 12 V power outlets. Ready for anti-theft system, heated grips, sat-nav.

Warranty
2 years unlimited mileage
Maintenance service intervals – 15,000 km (9,000 mi)/12 months
Valve clearance check – 30,000 km (18,000 mi)

Emissions and Consumption – Euro 3 (Europe) – USA: follows the US Federal Regulation

 

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