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Ducati Superquadro - October 10, 2011, 08:57 PM

New engine for the 1199... Not bad for a V-twin. Although they claimed the Diavel was 160 at the crank and only puts out about 130 on a regular basis...

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October 11, 2011, 09:32 AM

This engine is designed and bred from Corse... If you could have seen Claudio describing the engine to us at the dealer meeting... he was like a proud father. The thing is seriously trick.. the whole bike. HP ratings I would bet are correct as well.. and as far as the Diavel #'s go, if you factor in the "standard" loss for the drivetrain of 15%, the 130's is correct.. 24 would be the loss going off 160.


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after reading some of the details on the engine, im getting interested. Just wondering how the chassis is going to feel


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A Duc with a wet clutch? Say it ain't so!
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after reading some of the details on the engine, im getting interested. Just wondering how the chassis is going to feel
So should I reserve a spot in line for you then? Chassis wise, I would think it is pretty well sorted considering that a supersport rider ran quicker (pretty sure on this) than Biaggi did the week before on his factory Aprilia.. not bad for "still in development"

In all seriousness though, the 1199 is a very well designed motorcycle with some really, really trick stuff on it.. parts that are trick AND work that is..


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maybe if i didnt have to rebuild an 848 engine


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maybe if i didnt have to rebuild an 848 engine
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Fast,
You are not alone in that sentiment.. there a lot of peeps that wanted a L-4 engine.. but that is not what Ducati is known for.. it would be like Harley doing a V-4. If you can do what you need to with a twin, then why not stay with what is your bread and butter?
On a side note, why to what the competition is doing when you are still beating them on the track?


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