2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition Guide

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition 2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition 2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition 2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition 2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition

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2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition:

With the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition, Ducati pays tribute to the twin-cylinder engine that has made Superbike World Championship history. From Marco Lucchinelli’s first victory on 3rd April 1988 with the 851 (in the first-ever world championship for modified production models) to the stunning 2017 wins by Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri on the Panigale R, the Bologna-built twin-cylinder has long been a winner in SBK. Desmoquattro, Testastretta, Superquadro: over three decades, the Ducati-designed twin- cylinder 4-valve engine with Desmodromic timing has gone from strength to strength, powering bikes that have made Supersport history. Motorcycles that have won no less than 330 World Superbike Championship races. From the 851 to the Panigale R – and the 888, 916, 996, 998, 999, 1098, 1198 and 1199 in between them – the Bologna-built twin has always been as successful on the track as it has on the supersport market. Now, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition pays homage to the great Ducati superbike tradition by combining best-ever twin-cylinder engine performance with a racing-derived chassis set-up.

Available as a numbered (but not limited) series, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition is a Euro 4 compliant road bike with a perfect mix of ultra-high engine performance and spot-on racing suspension. An offshoot of the 1299 Superleggera engine, the “Final Edition” Superquadro packs a 209 hp* punch at 11,000 rpm and a torque of 14.5 kgm at 9,000 rpm The chassis set-up, instead, is the same as that on the Panigale R, with Öhlins mechanical suspension and a 24° rake.

As for electronics, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition features the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and ABS Cornering, Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO), Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO) and Engine Brake Control (EBC). All these systems are set according to the selected Riding Mode (Race, Sport and Wet) and can be personalised as desired.

In addition to top-drawer tech content, the all-new red, white and green colour scheme with red wheels makes the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition a unique collector’s item.

*The power/torque values indicated are measured using an engine dynamometer according to homologation regulation and they correspond to the homologated data, as quoted in the Bike Registration Document.

 

 

 

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

• Colours
o Red, white, green colour scheme and red wheels

• Main equipment
o Superquadro engine: 209 hp* at 11,000 rpm and 14.5 kgm* at 9,000 rpm
o EURO 4 compliant
o 2-segment pistons with 116 mm diameter to boost compression ratio
o Lighter crankshaft with tungsten balancing pads
o Increased-diameter titanium intake / exhaust valves
o Cylinder head with specially developed intake and exhaust ducts
o Camshafts with increased lift
o Complete all-titanium Akrapovič exhaust with high-mount dual silencer
o Electronic package with Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)
o Riding Modes (Race, Sport, Wet)
o Ducati Safety Pack (Cornering ABS and DTC EVO)
o DWC EVO, EBC, DQS up/down
o Öhlins mechanical suspension (NIX30 fork, TTX36 shock absorber)
o Öhlins adjustable steering damper
o Forged light alloy wheels
o Auxiliary control keys
o High-permeability air filter
o Automatic tyre calibration and final drive ratio system
o DDA+ GPS and lean angle display
o Li-ion battery

 

Ducati presents a series of exciting new bikes for 2020

  • In the run-up to EICMA 2019 Ducati has been in Rimini presenting the 2020 range: three all-new bikes, five new versions and three new Ebikes
  • Three new motorcycles were unveiled at the Ducati World Première: the Streetfighter V4, the Panigale V2 and the Panigale V4
  • Tens of thousands of people followed the live-streamed event worldwide

Ahead of EICMA 2019, to be held at the Milano-Rho Trade Fair Centre (Fiera) from 7 to 10 November, Ducati has unveiled the greatest and latest bikes and Ebikes for 2020. A complete, updated range, ready to set new standards in style, performance and technology.

The Ducati World Première 2020 was the final act of the Global Dealer Conference, an event bringing together key Ducati dealers – more than a thousand people – representing 71 countries. Streamed worldwide on the internet, the event was held on Wednesday 23 October, on the stage of the Palacongressi di Rimini, and it was Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding, who personally unveiled the new 2020 range.

“For the Ducati World Première 2020 we have chosen to remain in the Motor Valley, a territory that unites a series of extraordinary brands – unparalleled in the world – of which we are proud to be a part”, stated Claudio Domenicali as he opened the Ducati World Première 2020. “Today we are unveiling a number of dream bikes, but also three new Ebikes that will complement the Ducati MIG-RR, presented last year. The MIG-RR Limited Edition represents the top of the range and has truly excellent components, such as carbon rims and electronic gearshift, and it can also be customized with the customer’s name and a dedicated suspension setting. The MIG-S has premium equipment but a more affordable price and, finally, there is also a City Bike for the Ducati Scrambler world.

Moving on to motorcycles, there are new colours for the Diavel and Ducati Scrambler, the special Grand Tour version for the Multistrada 1260 S and three absolute novelties. First among these is the Panigale V2, our super-sporty twin powered by the 955 cc Superquadro engine, the middle-weight superbike new both in its aesthetics and its performance.

We also present the new version of the Panigale V4, which for the second year in a row was the most sold sports bike in the world. We have collected and analysed the feedback and data from our passionate customers and the specialized press, and for 2020 we have made the Panigale V4 easier, less tiring to ride and more repeatable in performance even on uneven surfaces. It is faster on the stopwatch, and this improvement is greater the smaller the potential of the rider, therefore higher for an amateur than for a professional rider. The Panigale V4 is a bike that, when ridden by Michele Pirro in fully standard configuration, including the homologated exhaust and apart from the slick tyres, is capable of obtaining a chronometric response of just 3 seconds higher than its own record made on the Vallelunga circuit with the Superbike version of the bike.

Last to take the stage is the long-awaited Streetfighter V4, an extraordinary bike for which we have applied what, at Borgo Panigale, we like to call “The Fight Formula”: we took the Desmosedici Stradale 1,103 cc engine, added the latest-generation electronic package of the Panigale V4, lightened it to obtain a dry weight of 178 kg, added a tall and wide handlebar, removed the fairings and obtained 208 hp of power @ 12,750 rpm.
A high-performance motorcycle with great attention to comfort, thanks to relaxed ergonomics, a well-padded seat and suspension set for road use. A safe bike, like all new-generation Ducatis, thanks to a very complete electronic package that has the first objective of increasing riding ease and safety.”

Following the success of the Ducati MIG-RR, presented at last year’s EICMA, for 2020 Ducati is offering nothing less than a range of Ebikes. The first major development takes the shape of the Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition, of which just 50 will be made; assembled in Italy, these feature Ohlins suspension, carbon rims, electronic gearbox and are enriched by special Ducati Corse graphics, designed by Aldo Drudi’s D-Perf. Then there’s the Ducati MIG-S, a decidedly sporty All Mountain bike designed for those who want all-terrain agility, performance and fun. Completing the range is a third variant, the E-Scrambler, a ‘Trekking’ version with high-end components; equally at home on city streets or country roads, the E-Scrambler is for those with a taste for freedom – all in inimitable Ducati Scrambler style.

The first motorcycle to take centre-stage was the new Icon Dark, the 800 cc “Land of Joy” entry-level model from the Ducati Scrambler range, together with two concept bike sketches created by the Centro Stile Ducati for EICMA 2019. Next up was the new Multistrada 1260 S Grand Tour, a special version of the 1260 S designed for those who want to eat up the miles without giving up on comfort. Following the Multistrada were two Diavel 1260 bikes, sporting new 2020 colour schemes, namely Dark Stealth (available for the standard version) and an all-new Ducati Red with white trims (for the S version), both of which enhance the sportiness and the power-cruiser spirit of this unique bike even further.

The first of the all-new Ducati bikes for 2020 was the Panigale V2. The twin-cylinder Panigale has a completely new look, as well as sophisticated Inertial Platform-based electronics and, thanks also to a comfortable seat and its suspension set-up, it offers better yet safer sports performance while making road riding more enjoyable and user-friendly than ever. It is powered by a 995 cm³ Superquadro engine with a maximum power of 155 hp at 10,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 104 Nm at 9,000 rpm (Euro 5 compliant).

Built around the monocoque frame, the chassis set-up is embraced by a new, sports-style design. The extensive fairing hugs the mechanics, highlighting the compactness of the Superquadro twin-cylinder engine to create a bike that is visually compact.

Other key Panigale V2 features include the single-sided swingarm and an exhaust with extremely compact under-engine silencer and single-side tail pipe. The clean lines typical of Ducati superbikes are enhanced by the traditional Ducati Red livery and black wheels.

Another major EICMA 2019 preview took the form of the Panigale V4. A series of refinements for 2020 make for a more user-friendly, less fatiguing ride while simultaneously making the bike faster not just on individual laps but over entire timed sessions.

Ducati and Ducati Corse engineers have crunched the feedback/data numbers from customers all over the world and Superbike World Championship events. Their analysis has led to a series of aerodynamic, chassis, electronic control and Ride by Wire mapping changes: designed to increase stability and turn-in speed, these changes make it easier to close corners and ensure riders enjoy more confident throttle control.

The Panigale V4 is now equipped with content taken from the V4 R, starting with the aero pack (aerofoils, Plexiglas screen, nose fairing and larger lateral fairings, more efficient side vents for radiator through-air). This provides better airflow protection and improves overall vehicle stability, enhancing confidence. Completing the update is the Front Frame, with modified stiffness to give better front-end ‘feel’ at extreme lean angles. Thanks to a new ‘predictive’ control strategy, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO 2 significantly improves out-of-the-corner power control; Ducati Quick Shift up/down (DQS) EVO 2, instead, shortens up-shift times, allowing sportier high-rev gear shifts (over 10,000 rpm) and boosting shift stability during aggressive acceleration and cornering. The bike also features specially-developed Ride by Wire system mappings with several different torque delivery control logics. Powering the Panigale V4 is the 1,103 cm3 Desmosedici Stradale: a MotoGP-derived 90° V4 with Desmodromic timing, a one-of-a-kind engine with a counter-rotating crankshaft and Twin Pulse firing order. The engine can deliver 214 hp at 13,000 rpm and a torque of 12.6 Kgm at 10,000 rpm, making for extremely satisfying road riding.

Another ‘star’ of the Ducati World Première 2020 was the new Streetfighter V4, the super-naked long awaited by enthusiasts worldwide and a prime candidate for the title of “best looking bike of EICMA 2019”.

The foundation of the Steetfighter V4 is a Panigale V4 stripped of its fairings and equipped with high, wide handlebars. Weighing 178 kg, it is powered by a 1103 cc Desmosedici Stradale engine, its 208 hp kept under control by biplane aerofoils and a latest-generation electronics package: a combination of factors and modifications that Ducati calls the “Fight Formula”. The result is an over-the-top naked Ducati, modern and technological, with an assertively eye-catching design. A bike that does nothing to hide its segment-leading performance, but which also ensures practicality and full-on fun during everyday rides.

The minimalist full-LED headlight with its V-shaped DRL captures the spirit of the Streetfighter V4 perfectly. On the one hand, it recalls the front of the Panigale V4 and, on the other, evokes the crazy grin of the Joker (the comic strip character from which the Ducati Style Center drew inspiration for this new Bologna-built naked).

On the Streetfighter V4, the Front Frame and Desmosedici Stradale engine take centre-stage. Only partially screened by superstructures that have been cut to a bare minimum, their sharp lines create a clean, essential whole.

Such powerful design demands a powerful engine, and the 1103 cc 208 hp Desmosedici Stradale fits the bill: for a naked, it packs an impressive punch, yet dedicated engine mapping lets the rider control the power with confidence. The engine – combined with a kerb weight of 178 kg (“S” version) – boosts the power/weight ratio to an impressive 1.17. Performance can be further improved by mounting the full-racing Ducati Performance exhaust by Akrapovič, which raises power to 220 hp and reduces weight by 6 kg.

The feisty performance of this bike is stabilised by sophisticated electronics lifted directly from the Panigale V4 and the ‘biplane’ aerofoils developed by Ducati Corse aerodynamicists. Brought forward to maximise their effect, the aerofoils generate 28 kg of downforce at 270 kph, attenuating front wheel ‘floating’ at high speed and the tendency to wheel-up. They also boost stability during braking at the turn-in point and through the corner. On the road, this dynamic behaviour instils confidence. On the track, instead, it boosts performance by limiting electronic control intervention and allowing delayed braking.

The latest-generation electronics package on the Streetfighter V4 is based on a 6-axis inertial measurement platform which instantly detects the bike’s roll, yaw and pitch angles. The electronics oversee every part of the ride: some controls manage start, acceleration and braking, others handle traction, while some lend a helping hand on corners and out-of-the-corner stretches. Safety, performance, and bags of personality: the new Ducati Streetfighter V4 has arrived!

 

 

 

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

Cutting-edge performance
With 209 hp* at 11,000 rpm and 14.5 kgm* at 9,000 rpm, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition is, together with the 1299 Superleggera, the most powerful Ducati twin ever. The Euro 4 compliant “Final Edition” Superquadro engine features a lightened crankshaft with a larger crank pin and tungsten balancing pads. Like the intake-exhaust valves, the con-rods are made of titanium. The two 116 mm diameter pistons, instead, as on Superbike engines, have just two segments and slide on steel cylinder liners.

The intake valves have a diameter of 48 mm as opposed to the 46.8 mm on the 1299 Panigale; exhaust valves have a diameter of 39.5 mm (against 38.2 mm on the 1299 Panigale). Intake and exhaust ducts have undergone development accordingly, improving fluid dynamics thanks also to new camshafts that offer both improved profiles and increased valve lift.
The 1299 Panigale R Final Edition features a clutch with new slipper and self-servo system, giving heightened ‘feel’ and ride stability thanks also to the use of a new forged aluminium clutch basket.

The air intake system uses a high-permeability filter while the throttle body features new aerodynamic throttle openings with a profile designed to improve airflow. Intake horn heights have, instead, been optimised for each cylinder head, unlike the 1299 Panigale which has horns of the same length.

Lastly, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition has a complete all-titanium Akrapovič exhaust with a high dual silencer (Euro 4 compliant), just like the one on the official Panigale that competes in the World Superbike championship.

MotoGP electronics
The 1299 Panigale R Final Edition mounts the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). This sends information on vehicle dynamics to the ABS Cornering, Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO) and Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO) systems. An automatic tyre size calibration and final drive ratio system ensures optimal DTC EVO, DWC EVO and Engine Brake Control (EBC) performance at all times. All these systems have several intervention levels, pre-selected according to the Riding Mode (Race, Sport and Wet) and which can be personalised as desired. Moreover, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition features Ducati Data Analysis+ GPS (DDA+ GPS) and lets the rider record lean angles. Completing the impressive array of electronic devices are the racing-derived handlebar switchgears that allow fast DTC, DWC or EBC adjustments during track riding.

Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO)
The DTC EVO on the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition is based on an algorithm that ensures faster, more precise intervention. The DTC EVO interfaces with the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), constantly measuring the lean angle and using it to accurately calculate the degree of intervention needed to ensure suitable rear wheelspin (according to the DTC EVO level setting).

Moreover, the DTC EVO also acts on the throttle body valves and controls spark and injection advance. In all situations not requiring fast intervention of the DTC EVO, use of the throttle body valves maintains optimal combustion parameters, ensuring more fluid engine response and control.

With simpler types of traction control, detection of rear wheelspin sees the system intervene to hold it in check. When optimal grip is re-established the system reduces intervention until spin reoccurs and the cycle repeats. This produces a graph that shows intervention oscillating around a theoretical “ideal intervention line” that represents the traction limit. DTC EVO reduces the magnitude of those oscillations, making the system operate closer to the perfect intervention line. This is particularly advantageous in situations where grip changes, such as when the rear tyre becomes worn.

In addition to this enhanced intervention precision, when set to ‘1’ or ‘2’ the DTC EVO adds a new function that allows the bike to be ridden at a level previously reserved for experts and pros. Now, when the bike is leaned over, the rider can use the throttle to request more wheelspin than would be given by the normal intervention level, allowing the bike to pivot around its front wheel and complete the taken cornering line. DTC EVO lets riders to do this while keeping safety parameters under control, effectively letting then ‘close’ the taken line with the rear wheel.

Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO)
The 1299 Panigale R Final Edition also comes equipped with the latest version of Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO. This system has been overhauled in terms of both controller structure and algorithm, ensuring a more accurate response to the rider’s needs. With DWC EVO, wheelie detection is more accurate and the system intervenes to keep it in check more firmly and precisely than ever.

Engine Brake Control (EBC)
The EBC (Engine Brake Control) system was developed to help riders optimise vehicle stability under extreme turn-in conditions in MotoGP and Superbike championship races; it does so by balancing the forces applied to the rear tyre under severe engine-braking conditions. The EBC monitors the throttle position, selected gear and crankshaft deceleration rate under heavy braking and administers precise Ride-by-Wire throttle openings to balance the torque forces acting on the tyre. There are three EBC levels: set via the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition control panel, they are automatically integrated into the three Riding Modes to give riders even more efficient assistance.

Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down
In addition to minimising shift times, the DQS with up/down function allows clutchless down-changes, making hard braking more effective than ever. The system includes a two-way microswitch built into the shift lever linkage; when the gear shift is actuated, it sends a signal to the ECU. Thanks to full Ride-by- Wire control, the system works differently for up-changes and down-changes, integrating spark advance and injection adjustment during upshifts with an auto-blipper function during downshifts. Extent and duration of system operation are designed to ensure seamless shifting even during extreme track riding; during downshifts the system works in concert with the slipper clutch and the EBC.

Monocoque technology
Developed in the hyper-competitive racing world, the ultra-compact monocoque structure has, by incorporating the airbox, played a pivotal role in keeping the dry weight of the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition down to just 179 kg**.

The compact, enhanced-strength die-cast aluminium monocoque structure uses the Superquadro engine as a stressed member of the frame. Attached to the cylinder heads, the monocoque protrudes forward to house the steering head bearings, contained in two aluminium bushes. In addition to working as a frame, the monocoque also acts as an air-box. It contains, in fact, not just the air filter but also the throttle bodies and the fuel circuit, complete with injectors, and is sealed off by the aluminium fuel tank bottom.

Suspension
The 1299 Panigale R Final Edition comes equipped with mechanical suspension and a 24° rake. Up front, the bike mounts 43 mm fully adjustable Öhlins NIX 30 TiN-coated upside down forks, while the “Final Edition” rear features a fully adjustable Öhlins TTX36 monoshock with titanium spring. The 1299 Panigale R Final Edition also has an adjustable Öhlins steering damper.

Braking system
On the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition, massive stopping power is provided by Brembo M50 monobloc calipers, designed to be compact and weight-saving. Machined from a solid alloy block, the calipers ensure greater stiffness and resistance to warping during hard braking. This means increased hydraulic efficiency, ensuring both spectacular stopping power and enhanced brake lever precision and ‘feel’. The dual Brembo Monobloc calipers, each mounting four pistons with a diameter of 30 mm, bite down on 330 mm discs to give exceptional braking effectiveness. Last but not least, the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition mounts the ABS Cornering system, managed by the ultra-light Bosch 9.1 MP control unit.

** Wet weight no fuel

 

 

 

 

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ See Dealer USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ See Dealer CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ See Dealer GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)

Engine Superquadro: L-twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement 1,285 cc
Bore X stroke 116 x 60,8 mm
Compression ratio 13,0:1
Power * 154 kW (209 hp) * @ 11,000 rpm
Torque 142.0 Nm (104.7 lb-ft) @ 9,000 rpm
Fuel injection Mitsubishi electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full Ride-by-Wire elliptical throttle
bodies with aerodynamic valve and optimized trumpets
Exhaust 2-1-2 system, primary tubes in titanium. Twin titanium mufflers. 2 lambda probes and 2 catalytic converters
Gearbox 6 speed with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down
Primary drive Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.77:1
Ratio 1=37/15 2=30/16 3=27/18 4=25/20 5=24/22 6=23/24
Final drive Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 39
Clutch Hydraulically controlled slipper/self-servo wet multiplate clutch
Frame Monocoque aluminium
Front suspension Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable usd fork with TiN treatment
Front wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17
Rear Suspension Fully adjustable Öhlins TTX36 unit, adjustable linkage: progressive/flat. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear Wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 6.00″ x 17
Rear tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/55 ZR17
Wheel travel (front/rear) 120 mm (4.72 in) – 130 mm (5.12 in)
Front brake 2 x 330mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc M50 – 4 piston callipers with Cornering
ABS as standard equipment
Rear brake 245mm disc, 2-piston caliper with Cornering ABS as standard equipment
Instrumentation Colour TFT display
Dry weight 168 kg (370.4 lb)
Wet weight no fuel 179 kg (394.6 lb)
Kerb weight** 190 kg (418.9 lb)
Seat height 830 mm (32.48 in)
Wheelbase 1,443 mm (56.81 in)
Rake 24°
Front wheel trail 96 mm (3.78 in)
Fuel tank capacity 17 l – 4.5 gallon (US)
Number of seats Single seat
Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (Cornering ABS Bosch + DTC EVO), Ducati Quickshift
(DQS) up/down, Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO), Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO), Engine
Brake Control (EBC), Fully Ride by Wire (RbW), Ducati Data Analyzer (DDA+) with GPS and lean angle
acquisition, Auto tyre calibration, Rapid setting DTC, DWC, EBC, Titanium connecting rods and valves,
Balanced crankshaft, Lithium-ion battery, Auxiliary adjustment buttons, Forged Marchesini aluminium wheels,
Akrapovič homologated full titanium exhaust
Racing windshield, Machined mirror block-off plates
Warranty (months) 24 months unlimited mileage
Maintenance (km/months) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) / 12 months
Valve clearance adjustment (km) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) – street use
Standard Euro 4
Consumption 6,7 l/100km – CO2 154 g/km
DUCATI 1299 PANIGALE R FINAL EDITION
** Kerb weight includes all fluids and fueled to at least 90% of useable tank capacity (93/93/CE).
* The power values indicated above are measured using a chassis dynamometer. Homologated power data, as quoted in the Bike Registration Document,
are measured using an engine dynamometer according to the homologation regulation. The two power values may differ because of the different
measurement equipments.

 

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition – Totalmotorcycle.com Canada Specifications/Technical Details

Engine Superquadro: L-twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement 1,285 cc
Bore X stroke 116 x 60,8 mm
Compression ratio 13,0:1
Power * 154 kW (209 hp) * @ 11,000 rpm
Torque 142.0 Nm (104.7 lb-ft) @ 9,000 rpm
Fuel injection Mitsubishi electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full Ride-by-Wire elliptical throttle
bodies with aerodynamic valve and optimized trumpets
Exhaust 2-1-2 system, primary tubes in titanium. Twin titanium mufflers. 2 lambda probes and 2 catalytic converters
Gearbox 6 speed with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down
Primary drive Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.77:1
Ratio 1=37/15 2=30/16 3=27/18 4=25/20 5=24/22 6=23/24
Final drive Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 39
Clutch Hydraulically controlled slipper/self-servo wet multiplate clutch
Frame Monocoque aluminium
Front suspension Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable usd fork with TiN treatment
Front wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17
Rear Suspension Fully adjustable Öhlins TTX36 unit, adjustable linkage: progressive/flat. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear Wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 6.00″ x 17
Rear tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/55 ZR17
Wheel travel (front/rear) 120 mm (4.72 in) – 130 mm (5.12 in)
Front brake 2 x 330mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc M50 – 4 piston callipers with Cornering
ABS as standard equipment
Rear brake 245mm disc, 2-piston caliper with Cornering ABS as standard equipment
Instrumentation Colour TFT display
Dry weight 168 kg (370.4 lb)
Wet weight no fuel 179 kg (394.6 lb)
Kerb weight** 190 kg (418.9 lb)
Seat height 830 mm (32.48 in)
Wheelbase 1,443 mm (56.81 in)
Rake 24°
Front wheel trail 96 mm (3.78 in)
Fuel tank capacity 17 l – 4.5 gallon (US)
Number of seats Single seat
Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (Cornering ABS Bosch + DTC EVO), Ducati Quickshift
(DQS) up/down, Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO), Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO), Engine
Brake Control (EBC), Fully Ride by Wire (RbW), Ducati Data Analyzer (DDA+) with GPS and lean angle
acquisition, Auto tyre calibration, Rapid setting DTC, DWC, EBC, Titanium connecting rods and valves,
Balanced crankshaft, Lithium-ion battery, Auxiliary adjustment buttons, Forged Marchesini aluminium wheels,
Akrapovič homologated full titanium exhaust
Racing windshield, Machined mirror block-off plates
Warranty (months) 24 months unlimited mileage
Maintenance (km/months) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) / 12 months
Valve clearance adjustment (km) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) – street use
Standard Euro 4
Consumption 6,7 l/100km – CO2 154 g/km
DUCATI 1299 PANIGALE R FINAL EDITION
** Kerb weight includes all fluids and fueled to at least 90% of useable tank capacity (93/93/CE).
* The power values indicated above are measured using a chassis dynamometer. Homologated power data, as quoted in the Bike Registration Document,
are measured using an engine dynamometer according to the homologation regulation. The two power values may differ because of the different
measurement equipments.

 

2020 Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition – Totalmotorcycle.com European Specifications/Technical Details

Engine Superquadro: L-twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement 1,285 cc
Bore X stroke 116 x 60,8 mm
Compression ratio 13,0:1
Power * 154 kW (209 hp) * @ 11,000 rpm
Torque 142.0 Nm (104.7 lb-ft) @ 9,000 rpm
Fuel injection Mitsubishi electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full Ride-by-Wire elliptical throttle
bodies with aerodynamic valve and optimized trumpets
Exhaust 2-1-2 system, primary tubes in titanium. Twin titanium mufflers. 2 lambda probes and 2 catalytic converters
Gearbox 6 speed with Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down
Primary drive Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.77:1
Ratio 1=37/15 2=30/16 3=27/18 4=25/20 5=24/22 6=23/24
Final drive Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 39
Clutch Hydraulically controlled slipper/self-servo wet multiplate clutch
Frame Monocoque aluminium
Front suspension Öhlins NIX30 43 mm fully adjustable usd fork with TiN treatment
Front wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17
Rear Suspension Fully adjustable Öhlins TTX36 unit, adjustable linkage: progressive/flat. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear Wheel 3 spoke W shape forged light alloy 6.00″ x 17
Rear tyre Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/55 ZR17
Wheel travel (front/rear) 120 mm (4.72 in) – 130 mm (5.12 in)
Front brake 2 x 330mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo Monobloc M50 – 4 piston callipers with Cornering
ABS as standard equipment
Rear brake 245mm disc, 2-piston caliper with Cornering ABS as standard equipment
Instrumentation Colour TFT display
Dry weight 168 kg (370.4 lb)
Wet weight no fuel 179 kg (394.6 lb)
Kerb weight** 190 kg (418.9 lb)
Seat height 830 mm (32.48 in)
Wheelbase 1,443 mm (56.81 in)
Rake 24°
Front wheel trail 96 mm (3.78 in)
Fuel tank capacity 17 l – 4.5 gallon (US)
Number of seats Single seat
Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (Cornering ABS Bosch + DTC EVO), Ducati Quickshift
(DQS) up/down, Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO), Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO), Engine
Brake Control (EBC), Fully Ride by Wire (RbW), Ducati Data Analyzer (DDA+) with GPS and lean angle
acquisition, Auto tyre calibration, Rapid setting DTC, DWC, EBC, Titanium connecting rods and valves,
Balanced crankshaft, Lithium-ion battery, Auxiliary adjustment buttons, Forged Marchesini aluminium wheels,
Akrapovič homologated full titanium exhaust
Racing windshield, Machined mirror block-off plates
Warranty (months) 24 months unlimited mileage
Maintenance (km/months) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) / 12 months
Valve clearance adjustment (km) 12,000 km (7,500 mi) – street use
Standard Euro 4
Consumption 6,7 l/100km – CO2 154 g/km
DUCATI 1299 PANIGALE R FINAL EDITION
** Kerb weight includes all fluids and fueled to at least 90% of useable tank capacity (93/93/CE).
* The power values indicated above are measured using a chassis dynamometer. Homologated power data, as quoted in the Bike Registration Document,
are measured using an engine dynamometer according to the homologation regulation. The two power values may differ because of the different
measurement equipments.

 

 

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