Ducati 848 evo 2011

Since the duo 916 – 748, Ducati has always offered dreams with a large model with Superbike accents, and a little sister more accessible but with the same fantasy clothes, less the trunk. With the 848, we took a further step: it took the sublime silhouette of the 1098, and in the twin, we had big cavalry available – all for the price of a Japanese hypersport..

This desire to bring the SBK into the pognes of more bikers has logically led the Italian to offer even more. This is the mission of this 848 evo, which hides its cheek well while being devilishly provocative. Rest assured the fans: the drawing of the beautiful house! The pots under the saddle, the impressive single-sided arm, the timeless trellis frame are in concert. So beautiful, so racy, you will have to take a close look at the sticker ‘evo ’to recognize it. Or dig into the bowels of the beast. Let’s see…. Ah ben vi: Ducati has again drawn parts and solutions in the competition department to add watts to the 848. From 136, the power climbs to 140 horsepower. The twin Testastretta Evoluzione now announces the same potato as the late 999 of 2005, weighing 168 kg (18 less than the former hypersport). A little more torque and the boiler allows itself to hit the 10 mkg bar. The solution ? Directly from MotoGP: New elliptical-shaped intake ducts provide a 30% more efficient air passage section, equivalent to 60mm. With that, the twin breathes vigorously, and the combustion chambers compress the gases much harder. The compression ratio here reaches 13.2 to 1. The valve lift changes from 11.5 to 13 mm. Further on, there are 2 lambda sensors and catalytic converters. More powerful, the 848 is also cleaner, passing the draconian Euro3 regime.
As if to better merge with the new color ‘Dark Stealth ‘, the engine boards are painted black (remember that those of the 848 were the first to be manufactured under vacuum with the Vacural process – more rigidity, a uniform wall thickness and a weight saving on arrival ).
Bonus: the twin develops more watts, and requires less maintenance. Service interval increases to 12,000 km.

Small 1098, the 848 had recovered a lot of the chassis of its elder. The 848 evo has even fewer qualms. It takes on the 1.5mm thick 34mm tube trellis frame, wicked single-sided, 43mm inverted fork, and its name evo means it also stings monoblock braking and a steering damper. With 320mm Brembo discs and one-piece radial calipers, the Diva will improve its feel even further. To save a little weight (catalytic converters, it weighs), the front cradle is now in magnesium.
Fan of MotoGP and SBK, you will not be disappointed with the on-board electronics. The all-digital dashboard may not be very readable when you want to know the engine speed quickly, but it gives you everything you want to know with a boost on the control gear: rpm, speed, running time. turn, ambient temperature, battery voltage, water temperature, maintenance indicator, double trip + reserve count, and DDA control panel if applicable. The DDA? Ah yes, I forgot. The data acquisition system is optional on the 848 evo.

And when will this Ducati 848 evo be available? At the Milan show? In 2011 ? No, no, right now. And for a price barely higher than the 848 2010. With its improvements, it feels even more the track and the competition – an ersatz when you think that its displacement excludes any championship (too much displacement for supersport, and not enough against the big 1000). But admit that at face level, and with 140 donkeys in the mold, there is a lot to have fun.

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    Max speed:
    270 km / h

The technical aspect

Ducati 848 evo 2011

  • Frame
  • Tank: 15.5 liters
  • Height: 1,100 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1,430 mm
  • Dry weight: 168 kg
  • Train before

Ducati 848 evo 2011

  • Transmission
  • Secondary chain transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 849.40 cc
    (94 x 61.2 mm)
  • 140
    ch
    at 10,500 rpm
  • 10 mkg
    at 9,750 rpm

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