The Science of Speed
Panigale V4 S boosts performance even further and takes track riding to the next level for amateurs and pros alike.
A series of refinements make for an easier, more user-friendly, less fatiguing ride while simultaneously making the bike faster not just on individual laps but over entire timed sessions. The Aero Pack provides enhanced airflow protection and improves overall vehicle stability, enhancing confidence. The Front Frame, instead, modifies stiffness to give better front-end 'feel' at extreme lean angles.
Ducati and Ducati Corse engineers have crunched the feedback/data numbers from customers all over the world and Superbike World Championship events. Their analysis has led to a series of aerodynamic, chassis, electronic control and Ride by Wire mapping changes: designed to increase stability and turn-in speed, these changes make it easier to close corners and ensure riders enjoy more confident throttle control.
The S version comes with Öhlins event-based electronic control; this uses the second-generation Öhlins Smart EC (Electronic Control) system that, exploits the full potential of the IMU 6D.
CHASSIS AND ERGONOMICS
FRONT FRAME WITH DUCATI CORSE SPECIFICATIONS: The Front Frame is now the same as the one on the V4 R but differs slightly on account of the lighter, machined sides; these ensure attainment of the stiffness targets set by Ducati Corse for the SBK championship and reduce weight even further. Greater frame flexibility means less on-track tyre stress and improved front-end 'feel' at maximum lean angles. Completing the chassis is the light magnesium front sub-frame and the shell-cast aluminium seat sub-frame (attached to the Front Frame at the top and bolted to the head of the rear cylinder bank below).
HIGHER BARYCENTRE AND INCREASED CHAIN PULL ANGLE: The fork mounting has been lowered 4 mm, while the suspension now has two link rods that are shorter by 5 mm. These changes have resulted in a 5 mm higher bike barycentre. The result? The bike is swifter at the drop-in and arrives at the apex faster. A higher rear end also increases the chain pull angle: this results in an anti-squat effect and, therefore, greater bike stability during acceleration. With a 24.5° rake and 100 mm trail, steering geometry remains unchanged.
IMPROVED BIKE BALANCE: The Panigale V4 is equipped with a 43 mm Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) that provides fully adjustable spring pre-load and compression and rebound damping. The fork bodies house chrome sliders with Brembo radial caliper mountings. A Sachs steering damper completes the front-end package. At the rear there is a fully adjustable Sachs shock absorber, one side of which is attached to the Desmosedici Stradale engine via a forged aluminium bracket. The Panigale V4 S, instead, mounts an Öhlins NIX-30 fork, an Öhlins TTX36 rear shock absorber and an Öhlins event-based steering damper. On this version suspension and steering damper are controlled by the second-generation Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 system which, among other things, features the OBTi (Objective Based Tuning Interface). On both versions, fork and single-sided swingarm have softer, less pre-loaded springs, resulting in more efficient use of suspension travel to even out pits and ripples on the asphalt. The combination of reduced fork stiffness and higher pre-loading gives better dive control during braking, resulting in easier, more intuitive turn-ins, especially for the less expert rider.
WHEELS AND TYRES: The Panigale V4 S is equipped with 3-spoke forged aluminium alloy wheels. The Panigale V4 mounts Pirelli DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP tyres (120/70 ZR17 at the front, 200/60 ZR 17 at the rear). The latest version of the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP tyre, in the 200/60 ZR 17 size already popular as a slick option in the FIM World Superbike Championship, is a racing replica milestone. Innovative rear tyre profiling maximises the contact patch at maximum lean-over and takes full advantage of the employed bi-compound design; the latter adopts the same SC2 compound (used on racing slicks) in the shoulder zone to provide race-grade grip, yet still guarantees the strength and versatility needed for road riding. Designed to work in harmony with the rear tyre, the front tyre has undergone further development: every aspect of handling - from feedback to support solidity, 'safety feel' and grip loss predictability - has been optimised by creating a front profile. Lastly, the DIABLO™ Supercorsa SP tread features a 'flash' geometry intended to optimise track performance and reduce wear, plus narrower grooves designed to provide adequate support for stronger side forces.
BRAKING SYSTEM WITH BREMBO STYLEMA® MONOBLOC CALIPERS: The Panigale V4 range features Brembo Stylema® monobloc calipers, developed out of the already high performance M50 calipers. Stylema® calipers, machined from a solid aluminium alloy block, have lightening zones on the body and attachment bushings; compared to the M50, these zones make them visibly more compact and lighten each caliper by 70 g without affecting stiffness. Other improvements on the internal ventilation front have made for more consistent efficiency. Because of their extreme stiffness, Stylema® calipers offer outstanding hydraulic efficiency; this means riders can count on excellent braking responsiveness, limited brake lever travel and first-rate 'feel'. The dual Brembo calipers, each mounting four 30 mm pistons, bite down on 330 mm discs to give exceptional braking power. At the rear, instead, the system mounts a single 245 mm disc with a 2-piston caliper. Braking is aided by the ABS Cornering EVO system, which uses the ultra-light 9.1MP control unit.
AERO FAIRING BY DUCATI CORSE: Co-developed by Ducati Corse and the Ducati Style Center, the Panigale V4 MY2020 aerodynamics package now mirrors that of the Panigale V4 R. The result; fairings that - in true Panigale style - meet official Ducati Superbike requirements in full. As in MotoGP, aerodynamic development involved a series of preliminary CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) studies, followed by optimisation on a full-scale wind tunnel model. The Plexiglas screen - higher and more angled - provides better airflow protection for riders, especially in the helmet and upper shoulder areas. The screen works in concert with a nose fairing that is higher and wider (+15 mm per side) in the arm-shield zone to reduce arm and shoulder-induced drag on the straights. The lateral fairings have been widened considerably (+38 mm per side) with the dual aim of reducing on-rider airflow impact and maximising aerofoil efficiency. On the sides, the stylish air vents of the Panigale V4 have been replaced by more efficient ones that increase air through-speeds on water and oil radiators by 6% and 16% respectively. The aerofoils take their cue from those on the GP16, designed before regulations led to restrictions on foil shapes. Consequently, Panigale V4 aerofoils are even more efficient that those currently employed in MotoGP. These monoplane single-element foils have a trapezoidal layout and a profile that tapers from root to tip. Foil performance has been improved thanks to the insertion of the longitudinally arranged strake and the winglet which 'insulates' the airflow over its surfaces. To ensure the required strength and stiffness, Panigale V4 aerofoils are made of fibreglass-reinforced thermoplastic. Working in concert with the fairing design, the aerofoils increase overall downforce (+30 kg at 270 kph). Greater downforce reduces both front wheel 'floating' at high speed and the tendency to wheel-up while giving a boost to stability during braking at the turn-in point and through the corner. This dynamic behaviour lets riders - against a small increase in steering torque that stems from the heightened stability - lower lap times as it reduces electronic control intervention, helping riders keep the throttle open longer and brake later, even when cornering has already begun.
LATEST-GENERATION ELECTRONIC CONTROLS: The Panigale V4 features a latest-generation electronics package based on a 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (6D IMU) which instantly detects the bike's roll, yaw and pitch angles. The electronics package oversees every aspect of the ride: some controls supervise start, acceleration and braking, others govern traction and others again lend a helping hand on corners and out-of-the-corner stretches. ABS Cornering EVO, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO 2, Ducati Slide Control (DSC), Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO, Ducati Power Launch (DPL), Ducati Quick Shift up/down (DQS) EVO 2, Engine Brake Control (EBC) EVO, Ducati Electronic Suspension (DES) EVO. The operational parameters for each of these controls are associated by default with the three Panigale V4 Riding Modes. Riders can personalise parameters to suit their riding style or restore Ducati factory settings. DTC, DWC, DSC or EBC control levels can be adjusted quickly via the left switchgear.
LATEST-GENERATION TFT INSTRUMENTATION: The Panigale V4 has a bright, high definition (186.59 PPI - 800xRGBx480) full-TFT 5” display with modern eye-catching graphics. Instrumentation development has prioritised readability and easy function access. The dashboard is dominated by the round 'virtual' rev counter on the right, marking a clean break with the past and drawing inspiration from high-end automotive production. Desmosedici Stradale revs are displayed within a 1,000-15,000 rpm interval by a needle gauge. Movement of the latter is accompanied by a white trail that acts as a 'shift light', changing colour from white to orange and then red as the rev limit approaches. Two different lay-outs are available: 'Track' highlights lap times and makes the rpm range used on tracks much more visible; 'Road', instead, replaces lap times with info on the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS) and the rpm scale is more appropriate for the rev ranges used on public highways. For improved readability, indications for (digital) top speed, selected Riding Mode and selected gear do not alter position when the selected lay-out is changed. In addition to the classic menu illustrating total mileage, Trip 1, Trip 2, consumption, average consumption, Trip Fuel, Trip Time, Average Speed, air temperature, Lap On/Off (in Track mode only), Player On/Off (in Road mode only), the Panigale V4 features another menu at bottom right, which can perform two functions: display/indication of parameters lined to the set Riding Mode or quick modification of DTC, DWC, EBC and DSC parameters. Lastly, Panigale V4 indicators are of the 'auto off' type: this means they switch off automatically after completing the turn or, should an indicator be tripped accidentally, switch off after the bike has travelled in a straight line for a certain distance (from 200 to 2000 metres depending on how fast the bike was going when the indicator was switched on).
ABS CORNERING EVO: The ABS system, equipped with the Cornering function to allow ABS intervention even with the bike leaned over, has been radically upgraded to introduce intervention logic and control types. Cornering ABS EVO can be set at three different levels to fully satisfy rider needs on road or racetrack, even under critical low-grip conditions. Level 3 is intended for road use or in circumstances where there is little grip, ensuring the safest, most stable braking. Levels 2 and 1, instead, prioritise braking power and are better suited to sports riding on high-grip surfaces and racetracks. Selecting Level 2 lets riders drift into corners safely and enjoy enhanced sports riding performance. Recommended for track sessions, ABS level 1 restricts ABS intervention to the front brake only, yet retains the Cornering function to allow super-hard braking up to and past the turn-in and recovery from any riding errors.
DUCATI TRACTION CONTROL (DTC) EVO 2: The Ducati Traction Control EVO 2 (DTC EVO 2) strategy is an offshoot of the Ducati Desmosedici GP18 and is already employed on the Panigale V4 R and V4 R SBK. The Ducati Traction Control EVO 2 (DTC EVO 2) strategy is an offshoot of the Ducati Desmosedici GP18 and is already employed on the Panigale V4 R and V4 R SBK. In addition to interfacing with the 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and adapting intervention on the basis of wheelspin and lean angle, the software significantly improves out-of-the-corner power control thanks to a 'predictive' strategy. Acting not just on the basis of instantaneous rear wheelspin but also its variation, it intercepts any loss of grip sooner and reduces peak wheelspin, ensuring faster, smoother intervention. All this means augmented out-of-the-corner stability, (even in sub-optimal grip conditions), higher acceleration, better lap times and improved long run performance.
DUCATI SLIDE CONTROL (DSC): The introduction of the 6D IMU has allowed Ducati Slide Control (DSC) - developed jointly with Ducati Corse - to be added to Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO). The introduction of the 6D IMU has allowed Ducati Slide Control (DSC) - developed jointly with Ducati Corse - to be added to Ducati Traction Control EVO (DTC EVO). This system assists riders by controlling the torque delivered by the Desmosedici Stradale engine according to slide angle. Its purpose is to improve-out-of-the-bend performance by preventing slide angles that would otherwise be difficult to handle. The DSC relies on the 6D IMU that provides the vehicle control unit with crucial information on bike dynamics (such as lean angle, acceleration and much more). Thanks to this data - and depending on the user-selected level - DSC extends the performance range of the bike for all riders, providing improved assistance under extreme riding conditions. Like DTC EVO, DSC controls torque reduction by acting on the throttle body valves, decreasing spark advance and reducing injection. In all situations in which fast DSC intervention is not required, use of the throttle body valves ensures maintenance of optimal combustion parameters, ensuring more fluid engine response and intervention. DSC has two different settings: switching from level 1 to level 2 gives easier control of slide angles that would otherwise be hard to manage. DSC intervention levels can be changed via the menu, which the rider can also use to adjust DTC EVO and DWC EVO settings. It's also possible to set direct DSC control via direct access buttons on the left switchgear. The DSC setting is always shown on the display.
DUCATI WHEELIE CONTROL (DWC) EVO: The Panigale V4 is also equipped with the latest version of Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO). Using the data feed from the 6D IMU, this system keeps wheelies in check while maximising acceleration easily and safely. DWC EVO provides more accurate wheelie readings; it thus exerts more precise control to ensure the bike responds faster to rider input.
DUCATI POWER LAUNCH (DPL): This 3-level system ensures lightning-fast starts, letting the rider focus on releasing the clutch. Once set, all the rider has to do is engage first gear and open the throttle. This 3-level system ensures lightning-fast starts, letting the rider focus on releasing the clutch. Once set, all the rider has to do is engage first gear and open the throttle. During the initial moving-off stage, as the rider modulates clutch release, DPL stabilises the engine at optimal revs according to the selected level. In the second stage, when the clutch has been fully released, DPL controls torque delivery to maximise acceleration on the basis of the selected level. DPL makes use of DWC functions and always keeps DTC active so as to ensure complete safety at all times. Automatic system disengagement occurs above the end-of-start speed, or once third gear is selected. To protect the clutch, a specially developed algorithm allows only a limited number of consecutive starts. The number of available starts is reset when the bike is ridden routinely. The DPL has three different settings and is activated by pressing the specific key on the right-hand switchgear. Level 1 favours high-performance starts, level 3 is safer and more stable.
DUCATI QUICK SHIFT UP / DOWN (DQS) EVO 2: DQS EVO 2 with up / down function, developed for the Panigale V4, uses lean angle data to maximise bike stability when shifting gears through the bends. In addition to minimising shift times, DQS EVO 2 allows clutchless down-changes, making hard braking more effective than ever. The system includes a two-way microswitch built into the shift lever linkage; every time the gear shift is actuated, it sends a signal to the Desmosedici Stradale engine control unit. Thanks to full Ride-by-Wire control, the system works differently for up-changes and down-changes, integrating spark advance and injection adjustment during up-shifts with an auto-blipper function during down-shifts. Extent and duration of system operation are designed to ensure seamless shifting even during extreme track sessions; during down-shifts the system works in concert with the anti-patter clutch and Engine Brake Control (EBC). DQS EVO 2 - another Panigale V4 R offshoot - reduces up-shift times, allowing the sportier high-rev gear shifts (over 10,000 rpm) typical of track riding and boosting shift stability during aggressive acceleration and cornering.
ENGINE BRAKE CONTROL (EBC) EVO: The EBC (Engine Brake Control) system was developed to help riders optimise bike stability under extreme turn-in conditions; it does so by balancing the forces applied to the rear tyre under severe Desmosedici Stradale engine braking conditions. The Panigale V4 EBC EVO system, optimised according to lean angle, monitors throttle body valve position, selected gear and Desmosedici Stradale crankshaft deceleration during aggressive braking and adjusts throttle aperture to balance out the torque forces applied to the tyre. EBC EVO has three different settings, integrated into the Riding Modes.
DUCATI ELECTRONIC SUSPENSION (DES) EVO: The S version comes with Öhlins event-based electronic control; this uses the second-generation Öhlins Smart EC (Electronic Control) system that, in addition to exploiting the full potential of the IMU 6D, features, more user-friendly OBTi (Objective Based Tuning Interface). Electronic suspension offers a choice between manual “Fixed” mode - which allows for 'virtual-click' manual adjustment (32 clicks between fully open and fully closed for the suspension and 10 for the shock absorber) of compression, rebound and steering damping - and automatic “Dynamic” mode. When “Dynamic” mode is selected the system automatically adjusts - on the basis of information received from the IMU 6D and other sensors - compression and rebound damping in response to riding style. The Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 system has the considerable advantage of letting riders customise the intensity of suspension response to individual ride events (braking, cornering, acceleration) and letting them modify the operating parameters of individual hardware components. This gives the rider access to next-level dynamic bike control, augmenting on-road safety and shortening track lap times.
DUCATI RIDING MODE STRATEGY: Riding Modes provide users with three different pre-set riding styles so that Panigale V4 performance can be adapted to the rider, the nature of the track/route and weather conditions. Changing the Riding Modes instantaneously changes the character of the engine, the electronic control parameters and, on the S version, the suspension set-up too. Riders can, of course, personalise parameters to suit their riding style and subsequently restore Ducati factory settings. Race Riding Mode - As the name suggests, Race RM has been developed for expert riders who want to use all the potential of the Panigale V4 on high-grip racetracks. By selecting Race, the rider can count on 214 hp, with direct Ride-by-Wire throttle response and, on the S version, a very firm suspension set-up to optimise performance. Race mode sets the electronics at a low intervention level, but without reducing safety: to maximise braking performance the ABS kicks in on the front wheel only but the Cornering function remains on at all times. Sport Riding Mode - Selecting Sport gives the rider 214 hp, with direct sport-style Ride by Wire throttle response and, on the S version, a sport style suspension set-up. Electronic control settings allow even less experienced riders to enjoy effective, spectacular handling. In Sport mode, for example, the Slide by Brake function is engaged, allowing riders to drift into corners safely. Rear wheel lift detection during braking is on and the ABS Cornering function is set to maximise cornering performance. Street Riding Mode - Street Riding Mode is recommended when riding the Panigale V4 on the road. As with Sport Riding Mode, this RM gives the rider 214 hp and progressive Ride by Wire throttle response; on the Panigale V4 S version it features a suspension set-up that is well suited to bumpy or pitted roads. Electronic control settings ensure grip and stability to maximise safety.
DUCATI LAP TIMER GPS (DLT GPS): The DLT GPS feature automatically records and saves lap times and displays them directly on the dashboard each time the bike crosses the finish line, the coordinates of which are set by pressing the flasher button. If a lap time is the best of the current track session, the Best Lap function causes it to flash for 5 seconds. At every lap - for a total of 15 consecutive laps - DLT GPS records lap time, maximum rpm and maximum speed; the information can be called up from the relevant menu.
DUCATI DATA ANALYSER + GPS (DDA+ GPS): The Ducati Data Analyser + GPS (DDA + GPS) allows assessment of bike and rider performance by showing traces for specific data items. DDA + GPS is a vital on-track performance monitoring tool. Not only does it automatically display and record Panigale V4 lap times, it also saves other data traces such as throttle opening, bike speed, engine rpm, selected gear, engine temperature, distance travelled, rpm and DTC. DDA + GPS is available as a Ducati Performance plug-and-play accessory.
DUCATI MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM (DMS): Panigale V4 versatility is also evident in the fact that it's ready for the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS). This lets riders take incoming calls, select and listen to music tracks or receive text messages via a Bluetooth link. When the rider mounts the motorcycle the smartphone automatically connects to the bike via Bluetooth, letting the rider control the main multimedia functions. The TFT display shows the track being played, the text message icon or caller's name. Phone call audio and music are transmitted to the helmet earpieces. The DMS is available as an accessory throughout the Panigale V4 range.
CHANGES FOR TOP PERFORMANCES: The Panigale V4 MY2020 features, specially developed Ride by Wire system mappings with several torque delivery control settings. Track-dedicated RbW mapping aligns rider demand with delivered torque more closely, resulting in smoother, more predictable throttle response.
V4 90° LAYOUT: The Panigale V4 is powered by the 1,103 cm3 Desmosedici Stradale (banked 42° back from the horizontal), a MotoGP-derived 90° V4 with Desmodromic timing, a one-of-a-kind engine featuring a counter-rotating crankshaft and Twin Pulse firing order. The engine can deliver 214 hp at 13,000 rpm and a torque of 12.6 kgm at 10,000 rpm, making for awesome road riding.
DESMODROMIC SYSTEM: Desmo; blending tradition and the future. The engine is designed around the Desmodromic system, a characteristic that helps make Ducati the fastest prototypes of the top racing class in motorcycle racing. With this high-rotation engine the "Desmo" achieves its maximum technical value, reaching levels of sophistication, compactness and lightness never seen before on a Ducati.
CRANKSHAFT: Counter-rotating crankshaft. On street bikes the crankshaft rotates in the same direction as the wheels. In contrast, in MotoGP the counter-rotating crankshaft that rotates in the opposite direction is commonly used. The Desmosedici Stradale has borrowed this technical solution to compensate for part of the gyroscopic effect produced by the wheels, making the bike more agile and precise when changing directions. The counter-rotating crankshaft also generates a torque due to inertia that tends to lower the front end during acceleration, and the rear end when braking, thus reducing the wheelie phenomenon.
FIRING ORDER: "Twin Pulse" firing order. Combined with the V engine layout, this particular shaft geometry allows for a special 'Twin Pulse' ignition sequence. The distinctiveness lies in the fact that the two left-hand cylinders fire closely together, as do the two right-hand ones. On the timing chart, the ignition points are, then, at 0°, 90°, 290° and 380°. This particular firing order makes the V4 sound just like the MotoGP Desmosedici.
MOTOGP PERFORMANCE: The Desmosedici Stradale was developed to combine racing performance with all the necessities for road use. To maximise mid-range torque - so important for the enjoyability of motorcycles on roads open to traffic - and to achieve torque and power at slower speeds, the engine has a larger displacement than the MotoGP version, specifically 1,103 cm³. It delivers a power output of more than 155 kW (210 hp) at 13,000 rpm and a maximum torque of over 120 Nm (12.2 Kgm) from 8,750 to 12,250 rpm in the Euro 4 version.
Full LED lighting with Daytime Running Light (DRL), Sachs steering damper, Quick adjustment buttons, Auto-off indicators.
|Price - MSRP||28695|
|Price - Currency||US Dollars|
|Price - Warranty (Months)||24|
|Price - MSRP + Destination||28695|
|Price - Warranty (Condition)||Limited|
|Engine - Engine Brand Name||Desmosedici Stradale|
|Engine - Engine Type||V4|
|Engine - Cylinders||4|
|Engine - Engine Stroke||4-Stroke|
|Engine - Horsepower (bhp)||214|
|Engine - Horsepower (kW)||157.5|
|Engine - Horsepower RPM||13000|
|Engine - Torque (Ft Lbs)||91.5|
|Engine - Torque (Nm)||124|
|Engine - Torque RPM||10000|
|Engine - Cooling||Liquid|
|Engine - Valves||16|
|Engine - Valves Per Cylinder||4|
|Engine - Valve Configuration||DOHC|
|Engine - Bore (mm)||81|
|Engine - Bore (in)||3.19|
|Engine - Stroke (mm)||53.5|
|Engine - Stroke (in)||2.11|
|Engine - Displacement (cc)||1103|
|Engine - Displacement (ci)||67.3|
|Engine - Compression Ratio||14:1|
|Engine - Starter||Electric|
|Engine - Fuel Requirements||Premium|
|Engine - US Miles Per Gallon (Combined)||34.1|
|Engine - CAN Liters Per Kilometer (Combined)||6.9|
|Engine - Fuel Type||Gas|
|Engine - Turbocharged||No|
|Engine - Supercharged||No|
|Carburetion - Fuel Injector||Yes|
|Carburetion - Carburetor||No|
|Carburetion - Carburetion Type||Fuel Injected|
|Transmission - Transmission Type||Manual|
|Transmission - Number Of Speeds||6|
|Transmission - Overdrive||No|
|Transmission - Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)||Chain|
|Transmission - Primary Drive (Engine / Transmission)||Gear|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (1)||2.71|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (2)||2.12|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (3)||1.74|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (4)||1.52|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (5)||1.36|
|Transmission - Gear Ratio (6)||1.25|
|Transmission - Reverse||No|
|Transmission - Final Drive Ratio||2.56|
|Dimensions - Length (in)||82.7|
|Dimensions - Length (mm)||2100|
|Dimensions - Width (in)||31.7|
|Dimensions - Width (mm)||805|
|Dimensions - Height (in)||44.6|
|Dimensions - Height (mm)||1132|
|Dimensions - Wheelbase (in)||57.6|
|Dimensions - Wheelbase (mm)||1464|
|Dimensions - Ground Clearance (in)||4.9|
|Dimensions - Ground Clearance (mm)||125|
|Dimensions - Length (ft)||6.89|
|Dimensions - Length (ft/ft)||6|
|Dimensions - Length (ft/in)||10.7|
|Weight - Dry Weight (lbs)||384|
|Weight - Dry Weight (kg)||174|
|Weight - Wet Weight (lbs)||430|
|Weight - Wet Weight (kg)||195|
|Capacities - Fuel Capacity (gal)||4.2|
|Capacities - Fuel Capacity (l)||16|
|Performance - Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)||2.87|
|Construction - Frame||Aluminum / Magnesium|
|Construction - Body Material||Plastic|
|Foot Pegs - Foot Peg Location||Driver|
|Exterior Guards - Chain Guard||Yes|
|Exterior Guards - Drive Shaft Guard||No|
|Exterior Guards - Fork Guards||Yes|
|Exterior Guards - Saddle Bag Guard||No|
|Exterior Guards - Tank Guard||Yes|
|Exterior Guards - Belt Guard||No|
|Exterior Guards - Hand Guards||No|
|Exterior Guards - Brush Guard||No|
|Exterior Guards - Heel Guards||Yes|
|Exterior Guards - Exhaust Guard||Yes|
|Exterior Guards - Light Guard||No|
|Stand - Stand Type||Kick|
|Front Suspension - Front Suspension Type||Inverted Fork|
|Front Suspension - Front Suspension Size (in)||1.7|
|Front Suspension - Front Suspension Size (mm)||43|
|Front Suspension - Front Travel (in)||4.7|
|Front Suspension - Front Travel (mm)||120|
|Front Suspension - Front Adjustable Fork Pre-Load||Yes|
|Front Suspension - Front Adjustable Rebound Damping||Yes|
|Front Suspension - Front Central Suspension Strut||No|
|Front Suspension - Front Suspension Brand Name||Ohlins®|
|Front Suspension - Steering Damper||Yes|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Suspension Type||Single Sided Swing Arm|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Travel (in)||5.1|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Travel (mm)||130|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-Load||Yes|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Adjustable Rebound Damping||Yes|
|Rear Suspension - Number Rear Shock Absorbers||1|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Suspension Brand Name||Ohlins®|
|Rear Suspension - Rear Suspension Material||Aluminum|
|Rear Suspension - Air Adjustable||No|
WHEELS & TIRES
|Wheels - Wheels Composition||Forged Aluminum|
|Wheels - Tube / Tubeless||Tubeless|
|Wheels - Front Wheel Width (in)||3.5|
|Wheels - Rear Wheel Width (in)||6|
|Wheels - Chromed||No|
|Tires - Tire Brand||Pirelli®|
|Tires - Front Tire Width||120|
|Tires - Front Tire Aspect Ratio||70|
|Tires - Front Tire Speed Rating||Z|
|Tires - Front Wheel Diameter||17|
|Tires - Rear Tire Width||200|
|Tires - Rear Tire Aspect Ratio||60|
|Tires - Rear Tire Speed Rating||Z|
|Tires - Rear Wheel Diameter||17|
|Tires - Front Tire (Full Spec)||Pirelli® Diablo Supercorsa SP 120/70 ZR17|
|Tires - Rear Tire (Full Spec)||Pirelli® Diablo Supercorsa SP 200/60 ZR17|
|Brakes - Brake Brand Name||Brembo Stylema®|
|Brakes - Front Brake Type||Dual Hydraulic Disc|
|Brakes - Front Brake Diameter (in)||13|
|Brakes - Front Brake Diameter (mm)||330|
|Brakes - Rear Brake Type||Hydraulic Disc|
|Brakes - Rear Brake Diameter (in)||9.7|
|Brakes - Rear Brake Diameter (mm)||245|
|Linked Brake System Front to Rear||Standard|
|Seat - Seat Type||One-Piece|
|Seat - Seat Location||Driver|
|Seat - Folding||No|
|Seat Specifications - Seat Height (in)||32.9|
|Seat Specifications - Seat Height (mm)||835|
|Seat Specifications - Number Of Seats||1|
|Seat Backrest - Backrest Logo Plate||No|
|Temperature Warning - Temperature Warning Type||Gauge|
|Fuel Level Warning||Standard|
|Fuel Level Warning - Fuel Level Warning Type||Gauge|
|Headlight(s) - Type||LED|
|Windshield - Windshield Lowers||No|
|Windshield - Height Adjustable||No|
|Windshield - Tinted||Yes|
|Windshield - Height||Mid|
PAINT & FINISH
|Steering - Steering Control||Handlebar|
Certain features may require an additional add-on package that may not be included in the retail or sale price. Please contact the dealership for full details.