Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Evo, the code name now used by Ducati for the evolution of its models (nothing more logical in short). After the Hypermotard 1100 and the 848, it was the 1100 Monster’s turn to sport this middle name. Just to remember that she has changed ? A glance at the technical sheet or a simple glance at the machine will be enough to realize that the roadster is still taking on character. It’s especially this new exhaust that slams like a warning. Two side silencers, superimposed like those of the S2R and S4R series…. No, no, in fact, like those of the new and virulent 1200 Diavel. If they visually lighten the rear, rim fans will find it a shame that they hide the rear wheel, previously perfectly clear and open to envious eyes.

A new saddle and a 20mm raised handlebar will ease the riding position somewhat. Since the release of the 796, the Monster range seems more concerned with improving on-board ergonomics. Would the 1100 settle down? Not really, rather the other way around. The big air-cooled twin wins 5 horsepower for 2011, which allows it to claim 100 nags. Increased compression ratio, revised valves, changed engine flywheel, this is how the block loaded the vitamins.

Technical side, no change on the chassis. Tubular trellis frame fixed on two aluminum plates, single-sided and inverted 43 mm fork with Brembo brake companion and its 4-piston radial calipers. It’s the electronic assistance that is in the spotlight. Presented under the name of Ducati Safety Pack (DSP), active safety is entrusted to a super light ABS and a configurable anti-slip on 4 levels. For athletes, these crutches can be deactivated from the handlebars. Its development translates into a weight gain of one kilo – not a big deal when you display less than 170 on the scale. If the telemetry analysis of your driving tempts you, the 1100 Monster evo is already pre-wired to receive the DDA (Ducati Data Analyzer), as on the 1198.

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    Model marketed in

    2011
    2012
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    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 220 km / h

The technical aspect

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

  • Frame
  • Tank: 13.5 liters
  • Wheelbase: 1,450 mm
  • Dry weight: 169 kg
  • Train before

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

  • Transmission
  • Secondary chain transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,078 cc
    (98 x 71.5 mm mm)
  • 100
    ch
    at 7,500 rpm
  • 10.50 mkg
    at 6,000 rpm

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exhaust
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fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

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Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

Ducati 1100 MONSTER evo 2012

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