2011 Bimota DB5S

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2011 Bimota DB5S
2011 Bimota DB5S

2011 Bimota DB5S
2011 Bimota DB5S

2011 Bimota DB5S
2011 Bimota DB5S

2011 Bimota DB5S
2011 Bimota DB5S




– 2011 Bimota DB5S

2011 Bimota DB5S Review

The latest version of the DB5 sports, the two-seater delivers equally enjoyable performance for the driver and the passenger.

With its striking red and silver color scheme and carefully selected components, such as 50 mm Marzocchi RAC forks, Brembo brakes, fully adjustable EXTREME-TECH shock and carbon heat shield, is the DB5S a fully-equipped sports bike dar. With its striking red and silver color scheme and carefully selected components, Such as 50mm Marzocchi RAC forks, Brembo brakes, fully adjustable EXTREME-TECH shock and carbon heat shield, Which provides a fully-equipped sports bike DB5S dar.

The latest version of the DB5 sports, the two-seater delivers equally enjoyable performance for the driver and the passenger.

With its striking yellow / black color scheme and carefully selected components, such as 50 mm Marzocchi RAC forks, Brembo brakes, fully adjustable EXTREME-TECH shock and carbon heat shield, is the DB5S a fully-equipped sports bike dar. With its striking yellow / black color scheme and carefully selected components, Such as 50mm Marzocchi RAC forks, Brembo brakes bike, is fully adjustable EXTREME-TECH Strut and carbon heat shield, a fully-equipped, the DB5S sports

 

The DB5S biposto offers exhilarating performance combined with sport-touring comfort for the rider and passenger.

Derived from its predecessor, the award winning DB5 Mille, the tubular steel frame of the DB5S with machined plates in aircraft alloy envelopes the powerful and reliable Ducati 1100 DS engine. The innovative concept behind the tubular composite swing arm, exclusive to Bimota, confirms our commitment to continuous research and development. As introduced first on the DB5 Mille the revolutionary design of the full front fairing leaves the engine completely exposed.

The compact, lightweight and agile DB5S has been designed with the dedicated sportrider in mind, offering supersport performance and handling on the short and fast paced ride through narrow turns as well as the long trip with two-up.




 

2011 Bimota S – International Specifications
USA MSRP – See dealer for pricing in USD
Canada MSRP – See dealer for pricing in CDN
European
MSRP – € 19,906

Type: Ducati 1100DS
Configuration: 90 degree L-Twin
Displacement: 1079cc
Cooling: air/oil
Compression Ratio: 10.5±0.5:1
Valves per Cylinder: 2
Bore x Stroke: 98.0mm x 71.5mm
Redline: 9000rpm
Valve Angle: intake: 28 degree, outlet: 28 degree
Valvetrain Type: Desmodromic
Fuel Pump: Bitron 3.5bar, electronic
Throttle Body: 45mm
Air Filter: Foam
Exhaust System: 2 in 1 in 2, inox
Injection: Magneti Marelli
Lubrication: Wet Sump
Fuel Tank: 4.2gal/1.3gal reserve (16l/5l reserve)

TRANSMISSION

Type: Wet Clutch, multi-disc
Clutch: Hydraulic
Primary Drive: (TBA)
Final Drive: (TBA)
Gear Ratio: (TBA)

CHASSIS

Wheelbase: 56.1in (1425mm)
Swingarm Lenth: 20.3±0.8in (515±20mm)
Seat Height: 31.9in (810mm)
Footpeg Height: 14.6in – 15.2in (370mm – 385mm)
Handlebar Height: 33.9in (860mm)
Steering Stem to Seat Center: 25.2in (640mm)
Front Suspension: 50mm UD Marzocchi TIN Coated Fork, fully adjustable (Preload – External Hydraulic Device, Compression, Rebound), travel 4.7in (120mm)
Front Wheel: 3.50 x 17.0 Alluminium Alloy
Front Brake: Double 320mm Brembo floating discs, Brembo Radial Caliper, 4-piston, 4-pad
Rear Suspension: Extreme Tech monoshock, fully adjustable (Preload – External Hydraulic Device, Compression, Rebound)
Rear Wheel: 5.50 x 17.0 Aluminium Alloy
Rear Wheel Trail: 4.7in (120mm)
Rear Brake: 220mm Brembo Disc , 2-piston, 2-pad
Curb Weight: 417lb (189kg)

All specifications are subject to change without notice. The above price is the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. Price excludes any applicable freight, dealer setup, tax, title, or licensing fees and is subject to change. Actual dealer prices may vary.

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