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Ducati Desmosedici RR- the first, true, MotoGP replica

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DUCATI DESMOSEDICI RR Technical Specifications

Engine
Type L-4 cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, Desmodromic, 4 valves per cylinder, gear driven camshafts
Displacement 989 cc
Power More than 200 HP @ 13,500 rpm*
Torque n/a
Fuel injection Four 50 mm Magneti Marelli throttle bodies, 12-hole "microjet" with injectors over throttle, manual idle control
Exhaust '4 into 2 into 1'vertical exit exhaust/silencer
Emissions Euro 3
Trasmission
Gearbox 6-speed; Cassette type
Clucth Dry multi-plate slipper clutch, hydraulically actuated
Vehicle
Body Full carbon fibre bodywork
Frame Tubular steel trellis hybrid, carbon fibre seat support, aluminium swingarm
Front Suspension Ohlins 'FG353' PFF forks USD 43 mm pressurized, with preload, rebound and compression adjustment, TiN coated sliders
Front Wheel Marchesini forged and machined magnesium alloy wheels, with 7 spoke design as GP6
Rear Suspension Ohlins rear shock, with rebound, low/high speed compression adjustment, and hydraulic preload adjustment
Rear Wheel Marchesini forged and machined magnesium alloy wheels, with 7 spoke design as GP6
Tyres Bridgestone
Front Brake Two Brembo radial "monoblock" callipers with four 34 mm pistons; two semi-floating 320 mm x 6 mm discs, with machined flange: the same as GP6 wet race set-up
Rear Brake 240 mm fixed disc, floating calliper with two 34 mm pistons
Fuel tank aluminium alloy
Dry Weight n/a
Instruments New lightweight Corse electronic multifunction dashboard with LCD 'bar' graph tachometer, trip/odometer, anti-theft immobilizer, lap time measurement, oil pressure, fuel reserve, EOBD, clock, air temperature, rev counter
Version
Colours Two versions - 1) Desmosedici RR: Rosso GP with a white number plate on the tail section; 2) Desmosedici RR "Team Version": Rosso GP with broad white fairing stripe. A team sponsor decal kit will be provided with each bike.
Versions Single-seat
*with racing exhaust (102 dB) - without catalytic converter
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OMG OMG OMG
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That bike will make you slap yo momma

any idea on the price
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I'm guessing it's one of those "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" prices.

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I read somewhere it was in the $60K range.

this bike is AWESOME lookin.
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"current 999R owners have sale priority" I couldn't afford a 999R so, I will just dry hump the one on the sales floor until they ask me to leave, again.
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"current 999R owners have sale priority" I couldn't afford a 999R so, I will just dry hump the one on the sales floor until they ask me to leave, again.


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Quick thought- because this is now a street bike that you can get "off the show room floor", is it legal for Superbike racing? If it is, OMG!
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i always said if Ducati or Aprilia made a 4 cylinder bike id be in love... and i am... I said id by one too... but well screw that for 60K ill pimp a Zx10R and still have money for a economy car to boot!

it is gorgeus though

and yeah if it becomes Superbike legal... its gonna be a BEAST... im still surprised of the Steel frame though

id imagine with superbike work to it its a 220HP bike and taking all other brands by at least 10HP... itll really run the strights.
I'd assume it also has a factory (well developed) TCS in it already too.
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i always said if Ducati or Aprilia made a 4 cylinder bike id be in love... and i am... I said id by one too... but well screw that for 60K ill pimp a Zx10R and still have money for a economy car to boot!

it is gorgeus though

and yeah if it becomes Superbike legal... its gonna be a BEAST... im still surprised of the Steel frame though

id imagine with superbike work to it its a 220HP bike and taking all other brands by at least 10HP... itll really run the strights.
I'd assume it also has a factory (well developed) TCS in it already too.
youre in luck, Aprilia is supposed to have a V4 out in 08(?). If this bike is Superbike/ Superstock legal, then do you think the other mfg's will bring out their soon to be illegal GP bikes in street form just to be competitive? If so then we would be some lucky muh-fudders
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I wonder if they'll sell me one for $3.50?
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I would pilot that in a heartbeat if i had the dough.
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if they all do bring out 200HP bikes hten i hope they all dont become 60K for a 1000cc SS bike.

Maybe itll end up in nitrogen forks from the facotry without a big price gain though...i would love that.
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if they all do bring out 200HP bikes hten i hope they all dont become 60K for a 1000cc SS bike.

Maybe itll end up in nitrogen forks from the facotry without a big price gain though...i would love that.
Kids wont be makin it to colege then
kids if you see this
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I paid my own way. Why shouldnt they?

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