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Ducati 750 Monster (1997) Motorcycle manufacturer Ducati - Click for details


1997 Ducati 750 Monster

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1997 Ducati 750 Monster specifications

General information
Model:Ducati 750 Monster
Year:1997
Category:Naked bike
Engine and transmission
Displacement:748.00 ccm (45.64 cubic inches)
Engine type:V2
Stroke:4
Power:68.00
Torque:71.00
Valves per cylinder:2
Starter:Electric
Cooling system:Air
Gearbox:5-speed
Transmission typefinal drive:Chain
Physical measures and capacities
Dry weight:176.0 kg (388.0 pounds)
Seat height:770 mm (30.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Ducati 750 Monster dimensions and frame
Front brakes:Single disc
Rear brakes:Single disc
Speed and acceleration
Top speed:185.0 km/h (115.0 mph)
Power/weight ratio:0.3864 HP/kg

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