A fabulous Ducati created by Made in Italy Motorcycles in 2013. This incredible and desirable bike was featured in some detail in the Nov 2013 edition of Practical Sportsbikes. Rupert Paul test rode it and wrote the article. Stuart Collins took the photographs. Highlights of the build include the engine being completely stripped and rebuilt (blueprinted) with quality parts including all new bearings. The engine sits in a brand new Pierobon frame. I understand just 100 of these frames were made. It has a two degree steeper steering head angle. The engine is electric start and is run with modern electrics and ignition by Bosch. Carburation is via 2 x 40mm Dell'Orto. Wet, multiplate clutch to a 5 speed gearbox. Front suspension is 38mm Marzocchi damper rod forks. Rear suspension is Fontana with adjustable preload. Brakes are Brembo Goldline 2-piston calipers on 280mm front discs and a 260mm rear disc. Wheels are FPS 6-spoke aluminium. Bridgestone BT45 tyres, 100/90-18 front & 120/90-18 rear. Dry weight is approx 200kg. Wheelbase 1460mm. Seat height 813mm. Fuel capacity 20 litres (4.5 gal) approx. Top speed 130mph (est), Power [email protected] (est), Torque [email protected] (est) 40mgp. Rupert ends his article "if you've never considered a sorted 900, you don't know what you're missing. And ain't it achingly lovely to look at?
Ducati 900 tt1 only for race.
you can see this bike in facebook"team parravano corse".
this bike is very fast and winner many times in competition in italy and in europe.
the bike is ready for endurance .....
he 900 S2 was introduced in 1983 to replace the 900SS. Buyers of the first model were offered a choice of electric or kick start, but not both, but most of those found surviving today sport the electric .....
Ducati 900SS replica.
Full recent nut and bolt restoration.
All new wiring loom, brakes, chain and sprockets, cables, paint, chrome.
New pistons, new carburettor internals.
New Bridgestone BT45 tyres/tubes/wheel .....
Ducati 900SS S2
model year 1984
The last of the bevels, 2 owners from new, second one from 1987 who brought the bike the bike to NCR workshop to get it modified as you see it now: kickstart cases, .....