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1981 Ducati TT2 600 Replica For Sale

Faithful replica to the original version. In 1981 Ducati prepared an amazing two-cylinder competition, based on the standard Pantah, known simply as TT2. The frame was very light: just 7 kilos. The fork was a Marzocchi with magnesium sheaths, while the rear suspension, a cantilever monoshock, used a single Paioli unit. The 18-inch Campagnolo ultralight alloy wheels were also noteworthy; which later became 16 inches to the front. The bike used a Brembo braking system with a double 280mm disc on the front. The engine was close to the limits allowed by the regulations: 597cc. The bike, very light and compact enough to be unsuitable for tall pilots, had a profiled fairing and a tank jammed between the tubes of the frame. The success of this model was such that Ducati decided to create some "customer" versions for private teams who wanted to use the new creature of Fabio Taglioni at all costs. From 1980 until 1984, the 600 TT2 was almost unbeatable. In the Italian Championship the "pigliatutto" were respectively Walter Cussigh and Massimo Broccoli, joined by the Forlivese Vanes Francini, in addition to the first victories won by a young rider from Ravenna who, a few years later, tied his career with Ducati: Davide Tardozzi. In the same years a British pilot, Tony Rutter, won the Tourist Trophy with a Pantah 500 SL. Considering that he had the chance to win the title, the Ducati gave him a TT2 to race at Ulster. Tony came second, winning the world title for the category. At the end of the season Massimo Broccoli won the Italian title on a TT2. In 1982 the TT2 won the Italian title with Walter Cussigh, while Rutter still conquered the World Championship. Among the other triumphs, the TT2 won a double with the first and second place on the Isle of Man. Cussigh obtained again the Italian title and in 1984 Rutter won for the umpteenth time
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