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Driving report Ducati Multistrada 1000 S
Driving report Ducati Multistrada 1000 S
Slowly but surely the concept of Ducati Multistrada to maturity. In the third year of their existence, all Multistrada 1000 models have undergone a number of modifications that dispel the criticism of the original design.
At the back, a small lack of coordination creeps into the high-quality environment. Despite the slightest spring preload? easy to adjust on the handwheel ?? the necessary negative spring travel is extremely tight, so Ducati has chosen the spring a little too hard or too long for solo use. This is particularly noticeable in sporty driving with sharp braking into corners, an exercise that the Multistrada masters well. The back lurches a little too quickly because the bike hardly has any contact with the ground. Even the still noticeable stirring in long curves could probably be stopped with a further compressed hindquarters. Thanks to the Ohlins shock absorber, it is not particularly difficult to find a solution? there is a wide range of replacement springs for individual adjustment.
The other differences between the S and standard models are quickly described; the S carries a light aluminum handlebar from Renthal, carbon covers for the timing belt and a carbon front fender. The 1500 Euro surcharge for the S is mainly justified by the fork; the friends of fine chassis technology get their money’s worth. Those who do not have the very high demands in this regard can enjoy the same high-speed, air-cooled two-valve engine in the normal Mulitstrada. According to the good, long-standing Ducati tradition, it usually even has a little more horsepower than indicated. ras
Technical data – DUCATI Multistrada 1000 S
Engine: air-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke 90 degrees-
V-engine, one overhead, toothed belt driven
Camshaft, two valves per cylinder, injection,
Dual ignition, uncontrolled catalytic converter, six-speed gearbox, chain.
Bore x stroke 94.0 x 71.5 mm
Displacement 992 cm3
Compression ratio 10.0: 1
Rated output 68 kW (92 hp) at 8000 rpm
Max. Torque 99 Nm at 5000 rpm
Chassis: tubular steel frame, upside-down-
Fork, Ø 43 mm, central spring strut with lever system, Dop-
pel disc brake at the front, Ø 320 mm, four-piston fixed callipers, disc brake at the rear, Ø 245 mm, two-piston fixed calliper.
Tires 120/70 ZR 17; 180/55 ZR 17
Dimensions and weights: wheelbase 1462 mm, seat height * 850 mm, weight with a full tank * 220 kg, payload * 190 kg, tank capacity 20 liters.
Warranty two years
Colors black, red
Price 12795 euros
Additional costs 250 euros
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