speeds, without affecting the notes exciting and full of thunder that the three cylinders can give.R160 performance means: 157.8 HP (116 kW) of maximum power at 10,200 rpm, and 120 Nm (12.2 kgm) of torque at 8400.Data that tell a lot about the Benelli
, the improved 1198 is joined by the new 1198 SP, which enhances the previous 'S' version and is equipped with DTC, DQS, DDA, Ohlins TTX rear suspension, slipper clutch and aluminium fuel tank in addition to the usual Ohlins front suspension, forged
slipper clutch, quickshifter, lashings of carbon fibre and the fuel, like a Buell, is held in the frame.Don't expect to be lapping at the front of a trackday; it weights 250kg. But if you want attention at the local bike meet, this is for you.
WE'VE SECURED more images of Ducati's 2011 Diavel muscle cruiser, due to go on official display for the first time at this week's Milan Motorcycle Show.With a claimed 162bhp produced from the L-configuration twin-cylinder engine, the Diavel pumps
different airbox, camshafts and a full Akrapovic exhaust system. There's also Marchesini wheels, a slipper clutch and uprated Brembo braking system. A single seat finishes off the racing look.Yours for a shade under £10,000.
the old (suffix) RR's 144bhp to 158bhp thanks to some internal engine modifications – camshafts, throttle bodies and intake tracts – while weight drops from 190kg to 183kg.In line with MV's other recent releases, the F3 and Brutale 675, it also gets 8
998cc engine is capable of reaching 186 hp at 12900 rpm. The highest level of engineering technology have been coupled with the most advanced electronic controls including: twin fuel injectors per cylinder, variable length intake system, slipper clutch
DUCATI HAVE revealed the first official images of their new 150bhp Multistrada 1200 at this year's Milan Show.The new bike will be sold in three different formats: a standard machine, which is available with or without ABS, a Sport Edition which
and tiny 60.8mm stroke letting the 1199cc twin rev like mad – the peak power is at 10,750rpm with peak torque up at 9000rpm. It's no low-rev slugger.A tougher (and totally new) gearbox transmits all that power, and there's endless exotic material
to make it a significantly different proposition to its predecessor.Launched almost exactly 20 years on from the unveiling of the original Fireblade, the new bike isn't quite the same game-changer, but Honda's approach is interesting. Rather than chasing
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