DUCATI HAVE launched a tweaked 848, called the 848 EVO which will replace the standard 848 in the company's range.It features more power from the Testastretta engine and more braking power from Brembo’s Monobloc brakesThe 'EVO' treatment applied
NO CHANGES for Ducati's 848 EVO for 2011, just a new paint scheme which Ducati call 'Arctic White'.To be honest, we prefer it in black.
67cc off the original 916 - it's still managed to keep its baby superbike image and yet it's putting out more power than the original 916 did. I dynoed the 848 EVO at PDQ and it made 124bhp at the rear wheel, in comparison to a good 916 that made
WE took a Ducati 848 EVO to a few spots in central London, parked it up and filmed the bike and the people around it.Why? Well, we wanted to do something a bit different and while we were blown away by the latest 848, we wanted to know if it caused
Exemplary product placement by Ducati, again. Does anyone out there know which stretch of road this is?
There never was an 848R, or S or SP. Ducati just made the 848 and then tweaked it by adding Brembo monobloc brakes and a slightly more powerful motor to produce the 848 EVO.The owner of this 848 has really gone to town, billing his bike as an 848R
second thought. However, it turns out the new Ducati 848 EVO Corse edition (for that is its full name) feautres traction control among a few other goodies.The 848 EVO Corse gets the full 8-level Ducati Traction Control (DTC) as featured on bikes like
of the World Ducati Week.The one-make series is open to riders of the Ducati 848 and 848 EVO models. With minimal modifications allowed, costs are kept to a minimum and the series has proved popular with both racers and spectators thanks to its close racing
side and a tyres covered in so much dried grass they looked hairy.I love this 848 but one thing it can't do is clean itself, so I set about giving it some love and attention over the weekend. I always used to wonder why racers and their mechanics spent
. As I'm running an older 848 and not the latest 848 EVO, I'm allowed to run a full system. So I'm on the hunt for either: a set of Termignoni headers or a full system of any make, so I can get closer to the 135bhp limit.I'm on a tight budget and happy
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