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The New 2005 Ducati 999R
An evolution of power, aerodynamics and style

2005 Ducati 999R Exclusive



Type Twin-cylinder L-configuration,
Desmodromic timing,
4 valves per cylinder,
liquid cooled
Engine bore 104 mm
Stroke 58.8 mm
Total displacement 999 cm3
Maximum power 150 HP @ 9750 rpm
Maximum torque 11.9 kgm @ 8000 rpm
Compression ratio 12.45:1
Intake valve diameter 42 mm
Intake valve lift 13 mm
Exhaust valve diameter 34 mm
Exhaust valve lift 11.5 mm
Intake/exhaust valve material titanium
Valve angle (inclusive) 25°
Timing diagram (with 1 mm valve play)
Opening before TDC 21°
Closing after BDC 53°
Opening before BDC 60°
Closing after TDC 20°
Conrod centre distance 124 mm
Conrod material titanium
Primary transmission ratio 32/59
Gear ratios First 15/37; Second 17/30; Third 20/28; Fourth 22/26; Fifth 23/24; Sixth 24/23
Final transmission ratio 15/36
Clutch type Multi-disk, dry sump
Oil pump Gear type
Lubrication circuit capacity 3.8 l
Generator 480 Watt
Electronic ignition/injection ECU IAW 5M2
Ignition stick coil, in sparkplug seat
Injectors one per cylinder, IWPR2, 12-jet
Theft alarm Immobilizer integral to engine ECU


Frame steel tubing, trestle-type
Trail 91 – 97 mm
Steering head angle 23°30′ – 24°30′
Wheelbase 1420 mm
Front suspension stroke 120 mm
Front fork leg diameter 43 mm
Rear suspension stroke 71 mm
Rear wheel travel 128 mm
Front/rear tyres and rims Front rim MT 3.50×17″
Rear rim MT 5.50×17″
Front tyre 120/70 17
Rear tyre 190/50 17
Minimum ground clearance 125 mm
Seat height 780 mm
Rider footplate height adjustable to 387 mm and 410 mm
Maximum width 730 mm
Handlebar width 671 mm
Maximum length 2095 mm
Steering angle 28° 30′ right/left
Dry weight (without fluids and battery) 181 kg
Front brake disks (diameter) 320 mm
Rear brake disk (diameter) 240 mm
Radial four piston front brake callipers 34 mm (piston diameter)
Two piston rear brake calliper 34 mm (piston diameter)
Front brake master cylinder piston 18 mm (piston diameter
Rear brake master cylinder piston 11 mm (piston diameter)

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