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Old 07-31-2006, 09:42 AM   #1
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exhaust on Ducati?

something caught my eye while reading bigcomfynumerouno post in the Haners sponsor trouble Thread. Are the Ducati GP bikes V-twins? I see 4 pipes on this pic 2 undertail and 2 stubby on the side. What gives?:BangHead:


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LOL!! I called him bigcomfynumero"UNO hehe

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if you read up on the new Desmosedicci, it'll tell you about the GP bikes, the Desmo is built based on the GP bike with the 4 cyl. and it's only $65,000, and the owners of the 999R's get first dibs on them. it will be a limited production amount.
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if you read up on the new Desmosedicci, it'll tell you about the GP bikes, the Desmo is built based on the GP bike with the 4 cyl. and it's only $65,000, and the owners of the 999R's get first dibs on them. it will be a limited production amount.
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if you read up on the new Desmosedicci, it'll tell you about the GP bikes, the Desmo is built based on the GP bike with the 4 cyl. and it's only $65,000, and the owners of the 999R's get first dibs on them. it will be a limited production amount.

I think they are all gone or there is premium on the ones left.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmosedici_RR


June 1st, 2006, marks an historical day in the world of motorcycle as Ducati launched their much anticipated and hyped MotoGP replica to the world. Ducati take pride in becoming the first manufacturer to launch a production replica of their 200+ horsepower MotoGP racer. The RR is almost identical to the 4 times race winning Desmosedici (as of Mugello 2006) but with some road friendly modifications. The engine is a 90 degrees V4 but with a 'Twin Pulse' firing order instead of the 'Big Bang' race version.

It will be a limited edition motorcycle, with approximately 400 bikes being produced a year. The bike is scheduled to arrive in the market in July 2007, while from June 2nd 2006 it will be possible to reserve the bike through the official Ducati dealer network, with 999R owners receiving priority.

Desmosedici RR - technical features:

Desmosedici engine features:

• 200+ hp with racing exhaust kit (supplied with every bike) • 989cc L-Four cylinder, Twin Pulse configuration • Desmodromic, with 16 titanium valves (Desmosedici) • quadruple 12 hole 'micro-jet' fuel injectors • Double overhead cams, gear driven • titanium connecting rods • cassette transmission • sand cast engine cases • magnesium covers • 4 into 2 into 1 vertical exit exhaust • dry 'Slipper' clutch

Desmosedici chassis features:

• Hybrid Trellis frame • Carbon fibre seat support • Φhlins nitrogen pressurized reservoir 43mm "FG353" PFF forks • Φhlins four-way adjustable rear shock with GP6 linkage and geometry • Brembo radial "monoblock" front callipers • forged and machined Marchesini magnesium wheels • New lightweight Corse electronic multifunction dashboard • aluminium alloy tank • Full Carbon fibre body • Bridgestone tyres with special profile and structure

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I can't wait to be rich and get those cool toys that nobody else has. it maybe I should be workin on that instead of whoring this thread:BangHead:
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Thanks Carbon. Thats a cool link.

• 200+ hp with racing exhaust kit (supplied with every bike) • 989cc L-Four cylinder
Thats incredible!!
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the exhaust comes out of the top of the tail section, it looks pretty cool. saw it in my new mag..
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found some pics here

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It's the loudest of all of the GP bikes. The thing really booms!! when it goes buy!
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