Interesting, but I really want to see a 696 (or 796) based Super Sport.
From other reports I've seen, they say the 796 will not have a sssa, rather something akin to the 696 monster. Probably a wet clutch, too.Also great to see it retained the single-sided swingarm, since the Monster wasn't so lucky.
I guess you aren't so lucky:Also great to see it retained the single-sided swingarm, since the Monster wasn't so lucky.
Its posted officially on Ducati.com nowI guess you aren't so lucky
Saw that this morning. I think it's a good thing that they did keep the single sided swing arm as I feel it has a lot of appeal.Its posted officially on Ducati.com now
Looks like it did retain the single-sided swingarm, and its not the carry-over 696 engine:
My guess, 2010 round of EPA requirements strangling the top end punchWhat I don't understand is how the motor is 100cc bigger than the 696 and only makes 1 more HP...
I would really like a nice moderately powered updated SS for the street, that would leave the 749 for the Weekend/track mule.Interesting, but I really want to see a 696 (or 796) based Super Sport.