ducati monster s2r review

Engine Type: L-Twin, 2 Desmodromically Actuated Valves Per Cylinder, Air Cooled
Displacement: 803 cc
Bore X Stroke: 88 X 66 mm
Compression Ratio: 11 to 1
Power: 87 horsepower @ 8,250 Rpm
Torque: 58 pound-feet @ 6,250 Rpm
Gearbox: six Speed
Primary Drive: Straight Cut Gears; Ratio 1.85 to 1
Ratio: 1st 32/13, 2nd 30/18, 3rd 28/21, 4th 26/23, 5th 22/22, 6th 24/26
Final Drive: Chain; Front Sprocket 15; Rear Sprocket 39
Clutch: APTC Wet Multiplate With Hydraulic Control, Self-Servo Action On Drive, Slipper Action On Over-Run
Frame: Tubular Chrome Moly Steel Trellis, Casted Aluminium Subframe
Front Suspension: 43 mm Upside-Down Forks
Front Wheel: five-Spoke In Light Alloy 3.50 X17
Front Tyre: 120/70 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso
Rear Suspension: Progressive Linkage With Preload And Rebound Adjustable Monoshock. Single Sided Swingarm
Rear Wheel: five-Spoke In Light Alloy 5.50 X 17
Rear Tyre: 180/55 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso
Front Wheel Travel: 4.7 Inches
Rear Wheel Travel: 5.8 Inches
Front Brake: two 320 mm Discs, Four-Piston Radial Caliper, ABS As Standard Equipment
Rear Brake: 245 mm Disc, Dual-Piston Caliper, ABS As Standard Equipment
Instrumentation: Digital Unit Displaying: Speedometer, Rev Counter, Clock, Scheduled Maintenance Warning, Oil Temperature, Trip Fuel, Lap Time, Warning Light For Low Oil Pressure, Fuel Level, Fuel Reserve, Neutral, Turn Signals, Overrev, Immobilizer. Ready For DDA System.
Dry Weight: 373 Pounds
Wet Weight : 414.5 Pounds
Seat Height: 31.5 Inches
Wheelbase: 57.1 Inches
Rake: 24 Degrees
Trail: 3.42 Inches
Fuel Tank Capacity: 3.8 Gallon (US) / 3.6 Gallon (US) ABS Version
Number Of Seats: Dual Seat
Warranty: Two Years Unlimited Mileage
Maintenance Service Intervals: 7,500 m / 12 Months
Valve Clearance Check: 7,500 m
Emissions And Consumption: Standard Euro 3 (Europe Version) / USA- Follows The US Federal Regulation
Color: Arctic White Silk
Ducati created a new minimalist-bike niche when it released the 900 Monster prototype back in 1992, and it considers the Monster family of bikes to be their Italian ambassadors to the motorcycle world. Marketed as a bare-bones-basic bike, there is plenty of room for customization, so the Monster family is uniform only in its diversity. Ducati continues this tradition with the release of the 2015 Monster S2R, which could be called a little brother to the aggressive and powerful Monster S4R. The S2R shares the same frame geometry that you get on the S4R with many of the same superbike-inspired components, but Ducati tamed it a bit by opting for a smaller, air-cooled engine. This reduction in power while retaining the agile handling of the S4R makes this an ideal entry-level superbike, just without quite as much “super” as its looks suggest.

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