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How much horsepower does a Ducati 916 have?

How much horsepower does a Ducati 916 have?

109.00 HP
Ducati 916 Biposto Specs The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 109.00 HP (79.6 kW) @ 9000 RPM and a maximum torque of 86.00 Nm (8.8 kgf-m or 63.4 ft. lbs) @ 7000 RPM . With this drive-train, the Ducati 916 Biposto is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of 250.0 km/h (155.3 mph) .

Who designed Ducati 916?

Massimo Tamburini

Massimo Tamburini
Died April 6, 2014 (aged 70) San Marino
Occupation Motorcycle designer
Employer Bimota, Cagiva, Ducati, MV Agusta
Notable work Ducati 916, MV Agusta F4

What is a Ducati 916 worth?

Hagerty reports even the best Ducati 916 rarely goes for over $20,000. And except for the SPS, which had a larger engine, many 916 models go for $10,000-$13,000. Or even less. In 2019, for instance, a 1995 model went for $4950 on Bring a Trailer.

How many Ducati 916 are left?

2021 2019
DUCATI 916 SP 1 3
DUCATI 916 SPS 6 4

How many Ducati are there?

Ducati has a wide-spread network of bike showrooms spread throughout the country. There are approximately 11640 Ducati bike dealers operating in India as of Sep 2021. Ducati bike showrooms in India are spread across 35 states and 1325 cities and include well established as well as new Ducati bike dealers.

Who was the designer of the Ducati 916?

Massimo Tamburini went on to design the MV Agusta F4, the bike which is seen as his replacement for the 916 range, and it shares many similarities with the 916 especially in the tail section. Both of these Tamburini designs were featured in the Guggenheim Museum’s 1998 The Art of the Motorcycle exhibit.

Which is smaller a Ducati 888 or a 916?

The 916 was a smaller motorcycle than the 888, with a chrome-moly trellis frame which was shared with the Ducati 748 in 1995 and beyond. This was combined with striking new bodywork that featured aggressive lines.

When did Devin Battley ride a Ducati 916?

On March 1 and 2 in 1999, at the AHRMA Classic Days at Daytona International Speedway, Devin Battley rode a 1998 Ducati 916 to two victories. First, in the eight-lap Formula One class, and then in the Battle of the Twins Open class. The 916 was later replaced by the 996 and 998 with similar design but revised engines and more power.

Who was the designer of the Ducati Pantah?

The chief designer of Ducati motorcycles since the 1970s was Fabio Taglioni (1920–2001), who introduced the Pantah in 1979.

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