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I know Ducati released the newest "special" Panigale v4 as the Ducati 916 tribute bike, however I am puzzled.

Given everyone has been posting this exact phrasing: 2019 Ducati Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916

However a just standard 2019 Ducati Panigale v4 is just listed with a 90° desmosedici motor.


Did Ducati produce a 25° V-4 engine for this bike? Or why are they claiming 25°??
 

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25º means "25th" in this case. Not degrees.
 
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Never has someone used a degree symbol for shortcutting "th"
 

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seen it before. Italians do it, obviously. it's like euro countries using a decimal instead of a comma for numbers above 999.
 
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Never has someone used a degree symbol for shortcutting "th"
As others have pointed out, that would be incorrect. Anyways, your question has been answered. You are welcome.
 

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On the triple clamps the write "N°" so does this mean Nth? ... The Nth degree? ??
 

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It'll be 916cc then? Or it is code for 1103cc? Something like 1103^x-25º=916 or 916^x+25º=1103 :confused:
 

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It doesn't matter, the paint job is pig ugly, buy a std V4S or a proper bike, the V4R
 

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