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Ducati Hypermotard 1100S

The Ducati Hypermotard is a supermotard styled large capacity Ducati motorcycle. It was designed by Pierre Terblanche and was first seen at the November 2005 EICMA trade show in Milan.

The Hypermotard was release with a 1,078 cc (65.8 cu in) dual spark Desmodromic aired-cooled two-valve 90° V-twin engine with fuel injection.

The characteristic rigidly triangulated trellis frame supports Marzocchi R.A.C. inverted forks, and has a Sachs/ Öhlins remote reservoir (depending on model) shock attached to a strong, single-sided swing arm. It weighed in at roughly and 180 kg (396 lb).

Stopping the bus are dual radially mounted Brembo four-piston stoppers matched with 305 mm discs up front, and a 245 mm disc with two pot caliper at the rear.

Available in two configurations: the base '1100' model and the higher specification '1100S' model.

This model is the more expensive 1100S and has a durable low friction diamond-like carbon (DLC) black coating to the front fork sliders, an Öhlins remote reservoir rear shock, the same Brembo Monobloc brake calipers used on the 1098, lighter forged aluminium Marchesini wheels with a red pin-stripe, Pirelli tires, plus carbon fibre fork protectors, timing belt covers, front mudguard/ fender and tail/ exhaust side panels. These upgrades made for a 2 kg (4.5 lb) weight saving; 177 kg (390 lbs) versus 179 kg (395 lbs) for the base model.

In the 1100S model received 48 mm Kayaba forks (with DLC coating) to replace the 50 mm Marzocchi items, while lower-spec Marzocchi forks continued to be offered on the base model. Also, for 2009 the 1100S model came with Ducati's DDA telemetry/ data-logging device and software.

Note: This is the 1100S model from 2007-2009. 


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The Ducati Hypermotard is a supermotard styled large capacity Ducati motorcycle. It was designed by Pierre Terblanche and was first seen at the November 2005 EICMA trade show in Milan.

The Hypermotard was release with a 1,078 cc (65.8 cu in) dual spark Desmodromic aired-cooled two-valve 90° V-twin engine with fuel injection.

The characteristic rigidly triangulated trellis frame supports Marzocchi R.A.C. inverted forks, and has a Sachs/ Öhlins remote reservoir (depending on model) shock attached to a strong, single-sided swing arm. It weighed in at roughly and 180 kg (396 lb).

Stopping the bus are dual radially mounted Brembo four-piston stoppers matched with 305 mm discs up front, and a 245 mm disc with two pot caliper at the rear.

Available in two configurations: the base '1100' model and the higher specification '1100S' model.

This model is the more expensive 1100S and has a durable low friction diamond-like carbon (DLC) black coating to the front fork sliders, an Öhlins remote reservoir rear shock, the same Brembo Monobloc brake calipers used on the 1098, lighter forged aluminium Marchesini wheels with a red pin-stripe, Pirelli tires, plus carbon fibre fork protectors, timing belt covers, front mudguard/ fender and tail/ exhaust side panels. These upgrades made for a 2 kg (4.5 lb) weight saving; 177 kg (390 lbs) versus 179 kg (395 lbs) for the base model.

In the 1100S model received 48 mm Kayaba forks (with DLC coating) to replace the 50 mm Marzocchi items, while lower-spec Marzocchi forks continued to be offered on the base model. Also, for 2009 the 1100S model came with Ducati's DDA telemetry/ data-logging device and software.

Note: This is the 1100S model from 2007-2009. 


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