V2 SF

Exige

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R32

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All Monsters are V2's 🤪
I should have been more specific, a monster with the same engine as the current Panigale V2

Superquadro: The Ducati twin-cylinder


The 955 cm³ twin cylinder Superquadro engine complies with Euro 5 standards. Compared to the engine on the 959 Panigale it delivers an additional 5 hp and 2 Nm more of torque. it also features a new compact exhaust silencer, routed entirely underneath the engine.


With a maximum power of 155 hp at 10,750 rpm and a torque of 104 Nm at 9,000 rpm, this twin cylinder engine delivers power smoothly and enjoyably on the road
 

Exige

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I should have been more specific, a monster with the same engine as the current Panigale V2

Superquadro: The Ducati twin-cylinder


The 955 cm³ twin cylinder Superquadro engine complies with Euro 5 standards. Compared to the engine on the 959 Panigale it delivers an additional 5 hp and 2 Nm more of torque. it also features a new compact exhaust silencer, routed entirely underneath the engine.


With a maximum power of 155 hp at 10,750 rpm and a torque of 104 Nm at 9,000 rpm, this twin cylinder engine delivers power smoothly and enjoyably on the road
Same power as the original SF - I didn't know that :unsure:
 
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