New Ducati 848 Evo 2012

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New Ducati Superbike 848 Evo, it is inspiration designer  for the track because the race bikes are pure and simple. For development make the bikes more striking aerodynamic shapes for those riding on track will make natural riding position in any condition for optimum speed and agility.

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For features new 848 Evo, that we can seen the high tail section and compact front end combine with the twin under-seat silencers and single –sided swingarm. For engine side, the power and torque curves that we can seen the new 848 Evo is powered by a liquid cooled, L-Twin, Desmodromic engine that can produces 140hp(103kW) or 10,500 rpm and for high-accelerating are 72.3lb-ft (10kgm) of torque or 9,750 rpm for thrilling torque output delivery at high rpm.

At Chassis side for the new 848 Evo, it using Showa rear suspension, Showa forks, Cross-mounted steering damper, Trellis frame, Single-sided swingarm, Superbike aerodynamics, Brembo’s monobloc caliper, Ligtweight 5-sopke wheels, and Magnesium fron sub-frame that make new 848 Evo design more elegant, incredible, sexy body, and look more powerful superbikes.

Equipment side,  lighting for 848 Evo using twin headlamps LED with the latest lighting technology. For GP-derived instruments is using pure racing digital instruments for Ducati’s MotoGP project. For controlling, it using Brembo radial-type master cylinder with remote reservoirs and add easy-to-use switchgear with stopwatch function and DDA (Ducati Data Analyser System) and DTC management.

 

 

 


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