2002 Ducati Monster on mail.2040motos
Ducati Monster description
2002 Ducati Monster S4 with approximately 13,900 miles. 916cc with 105hp and 68ft-lbs torque. Top of the line Termignoni exhaust and modified air filter box with a Power Commander, so those power numbers are probably a little low. This bike will seriously move, and handling is excellent as should be expected from a Ducati. Not a beginner bike.
Cosmetically it is definitely not perfect, but looks great from a few feet away. The frame has multiple scratches on it that can be seen up close. This bike will probably never look perfect up close, but I get compliments on it all the time from people standing a few feet away.
Ducati Monster for Sale
Moto blogTue, 08 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati is issuing a recall on several 2012 models because of a problem with the rear brake. The models included are the 848 EVO, the Streetfighter 848, the Hypermotard 796, the ABS-equipped versions of the Multistrada 1200, and the Monsters 796 and 1100 EVO. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the friction material on the rear brake pads may detach from the backing plate, resulting in a drop in rear braking efficiency and increased stopping distance.Wed, 28 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati is pricing its new Streetfighter 848 at $12,995, the same price as the 2011 848 EVO and $2,000 less than the original 1099cc Streetfighter. The new 2012 Ducati Streetfighter 848 is equipped with a Testastretta Evoluzione engine similar to the one powering the 848 EVO but tuned to produce a claimed 132 hp and 69 ft-lb. (compared to the s848′s 140hp and 72.3 ft-lb.) In comparison, the 1199cc Streetfighter has a claimed output of 155 hp and 85 ft-lb.Wed, 02 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati riders achieved the Middleweight Division victory and four of the five top motorcycle times of the day at the 92nd running of the historic Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, held last Sunday, June 29. This year’s introduction of new rules and new motorcycle racing divisions, including the “Motorcycle Middleweight Division” and “Motorcycle Open Division,” brought with it a field of strong competitors challenging for top times. The introduction of the “Motorcycle Open Division” – which allowed fully faired liter bikes to compete in the same class as the defending champion Multistrada 1200 – made it the most competitive motorcycle class and the one in which the top five times of the day were posted.
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