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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old Sep 4th, 2011, 3:01 pm Thread Starter
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New Streetfighter specs

Was on Ducati's web-page this morning around 2am and was looking at the streetfighter and this is what pulled up under the engine performance tab,

Looks like Ducati leaked some info on the new SF,, Cant wait looks like it will still carry the heart of a superbike.. SWEEEEEEEEEET...






From there looked at some other pages to see the difference in the new SF evo, but there was only SF S specs and when I went back to this page it was back to normal.

I think they were working on there web page and maybe uploaded a page by accident when previewing the page,, So when the launch comes they just press launch and its there...

Well ladies hold on to your shorts..
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post #2 of 32 (permalink) Old Sep 4th, 2011, 3:15 pm
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wow, so they are going to go over to the 1198 platform now?
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Wet clutch...

Booooo.
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hmmmm..... gonna use the multistrada / Diaval 1200 motor in it. I guess its engine maintenance will be better for the owner...

Here's an idea Ducati: aluminum or steel tank...
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yah, I think they are eventually going to migrate over to wet clutches. Dealer was telling me its to be more inline with other manufaturers lifespans on clutches.

But it kinda poo-poos the racing heritage of the bike imho.

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hmmmm..... gonna use the multistrada / Diaval 1200 motor in it. I guess its engine maintenance will be better for the owner...

Here's an idea Ducati: aluminum or steel tank...
Looks like the super bike engine, 170hp thats gonna rip your face off under WOT...
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I don't see a mention of a wet clutch or the 11 degree engine.
Someone else mentioned that it would be the Evo model and drop the S model and if it is an SP that could mean an aluminum tank too...

Wow, that would be a sweet bike!!! I want!!!!

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nice catch srt10venomous!

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I don't see a mention of a wet clutch or the 11 degree engine.
Someone else mentioned that it would be the Evo model and drop the S model and if it is an SP that could mean an aluminum tank too...

Wow, that would be a sweet bike!!! I want!!!!
Or the 15k service, both that and the 11 degree are mentioned on the other bikes using that engine. The power is also exactly what the sbk puts down. Interesting.
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