As we can see, there is an “R” at the end of the 2016 Ducati Monster 1200 R name, and for Ducati that means a historical value that comes with the specs and prices too. Pricing will start from $18,695 for the red colors, while the black will begin at $18,895. The simple annotation that this “R” series has, means that the bike combines its racing spirit along with high-tech performance that will ensure the reliability on the track. Detailed engine specs will use the Testatretta 11 DS with L-Twin cylinders, 4-valves per cylinder, Desmodromic system, and liquid cooling. Those terms might be new to us, but they define this bike on the road perfectly. Massive displacement will be 1198.4cc and the Compression Ratio will be around 13,0:1. Complete measurements of the output power are 160 horsepower at 9,250 RPM, and the torque will be 97 lb-ft at 7,750 RPM.
The distinctive award of Best in Show at the EICMA Trade Show in Milan does not make the makers of the Ducati Hypermotard stop innovating– this bike series will reveal its new body and specs in the near future. Rumors stated that this bike will have a 937cc engine that replaces the previous 821cc engine. The surprising news is that there are going to be three variations that use the “Hyper” name. Although there is no complete information for the entire specs, we still have a few more updates to share about this catchy bike. The three variants relate to the specs – and range from the lowest to the highest configuration. What will set this bike apart is the paint scheme along with the numerous carbon fiber components. For sure, this bike will have various features to insure passenger safety and comfort, including grab handles, auxiliary power outlets, a LCD screen, and plenty more.
Experts have agreed that the 2016 Ducati Monster 1200 R series earns its title of monster. This is because this bike is will use the Synerjet Continental Electronic Fuel Injection system. Furthermore, this upcoming series will have the lightweight 2-1-2 exhaust system with a catalytic converter and two lambda probes.