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Barnett’s was founded in 1971, and has been providing quality products to the Raleigh/Triangle area ever since. Barnett’s is the areas only authorized dealer of both Ducati and Suzuki vehicles. We carry Motorcycles, Scooters, ATV’s new and Used. Look no further than Barnett’s for our large inventory of Ducati and Suzuki motorcycles, and the largest selection of OEM parts for your Ducati or Suzuki Motorcycle or ATV. We also carry a large assortment of apparel and accessories.

Barnett’s Suzuki Ducati

1509 Lake Wheeler Rd        Raleigh, NC 27603-2325

Phone:  919-833-5575

Store Hours:    Mon – Fri  9:30 – 6:00
                               Sat. 9:00 – 3:00
                               Sun – Closed

Used 2008 GSX-R750 Suzuki

Used 2008 GSX-R750   2,809 miles


$ 6,895 *  

*plus doc fee, tax, title, and tag.

The legendary 2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 superbike had no competition. For a decade it would outperform every other brands 1000 cc superbike in the standing 1/4 mile AND top speed! With the most powerful, efficient and cleanest running 750cc four stroke production engine Suzuki had ever produced.

Additional Equipment:

  • Two Brothers Carbon Fiber Muffler
  • Fender Eliminator Kit
  • Frame Sliders

A new cast-aluminum-alloy frame. Exciting new bodywork with increased aerodynamics. An advanced engine management and fuel injection system with adjustable on-the-fly mapping. Fully adjustable high-performance suspension, and radial-mount brakes. Delivering open-class racetrack performance in a middleweight-sized package.

A new cast-aluminum-alloy frame. Exciting new bodywork with increased aerodynamics. An advanced engine management and fuel injection system with adjustable on-the-fly mapping. Fully adjustable high-performance suspension, and radial-mount brakes. Delivering open-class racetrack performance in a middleweight-sized package.

It’s as if the talented team of engineers responsible for the GSX-R750 designed a race bike with street equipment like lights, instruments and a horn and mirrors. Which makes it more obvious what the 2008 GSX-R750 really is.

Not just a true race replica. The original race replica, reborn.


New Engine

  • New larger 41mm ventilation holes between cylinders to reduce crankcase pressure and mechanical loss
  • New electronic fuel injection system features Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) system – with dual fuel injectors per cylinder and new compact 8 hole, fine spray injectors for improved fuel atomization.
  • New S-DMS engine management system allows the rider to choose from three engine settings to match riding conditions with a handlebar mounted switch
  • Under deceleration the back torque limiting clutch reduces pressure on the clutch plates for smoother downshifting and corner entry
  • New clutch cover and oil pan feature new internal ribs for increased rigidity and reduced engine noise
  • New Idle Speed Control (ISC) system for improved cold starting, consistent idle quality and reduced emissions
  • New high volume Suzuki Advanced Exhaust System (SAES) with an innovative under engine chamber leading to a new large volume muffler with a new distinctly shaped triangular silencer
  • New hydraulic cam chain tensioner automatically adjusts while reducing noise and mechanical losses.
  • New Ignition coil outer diameter is smaller for reduced weight and the starter motor uses new rare earth magnets for a compact lightweight design
  • New 32 bit ECM features 1024 kilobytes of ROM for maximum engine performance working in conjunction with the new S-DMS engine management system


New Chassis

  • The 2008 GSX-R750 features a sharp new look utilizing a bold new headlight design, new angular tail section and compact overall layout
  • New electronically controlled steering damper uses a solenoid valve to move a tapered needle reducing or increasing oil flow to adjust damping force.
  • New lightweight cast aluminum wheels featuring a new angled spoke design for improved rigidity, reduced unsprung weight and improved acceleration
  • New Inverted 41mm Showa cartridge front forks are fully adjustable for high and low speed compression, spring preload, and rebound damping
  • Radial mount four piston front brake calipers works with new thinner 310mm front brake rotors and a revised front brake master cylinder
  • New GSX-R750 fuel tank features an innovative new design and fuel capacity is increased to 17 liters


Engine Features

  • Updated Compact 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine designed for optimum combustion efficiency and maximum power delivery
  • Cylinder head with narrow valve angles creating a compact combustion chamber design, 12.5:1 compression ratio, large intake and exhaust ports for optimum intake and exhaust efficiency and new Iridium spark plugs
  • Lightweight titanium valves with steel alloy springs and aluminum spring retainers operated by thin-wall hollow camshafts to reduce weight and inertia
  • Lightweight forged aluminum alloy pistons with short skirts, cut away sides and an anti-friction surface finish along with shotpeened chrome-moly steel connecting rods for improved strength
  • Crankshaft features forged steel construction and a secondary balancer shaft for reduced vibration at high rpm.
  • Crankshaft and transmission shafts are positioned to create a compact engine design and the engine itself is rotated slightly forward in the chassis allowing for straighter and shorter intake and exhaust ports
  • High capacity large trapezoidal-shaped radiator provide efficient engine cooling – includes compact cooling fan assembly designed for improved air flow
  • SRAD ( Suzuki Ram Air Direct) force feeds cool, pressurized air into the airbox at highway speeds, improving engine efficiency and throttle response


Chassis Features

  • The lightweight frame is built entirely of aluminum alloy castings and is engineered to deliver optimum rigidity, unmatched accuracy and maximum cornering performance.
  • A braced aluminum alloy swingarm features a large 22mm swingarm pivot and is designed for optimum rider feel and maximum rear wheel traction
  • Innovative rear suspension linkage utilizes a forged aluminum alloy link and a forged aluminum link rod that reduces side loads and helps the rear shock absorber move in a smooth arc
  • Showa 41mm aluminum alloy rear shock with a 16mm rod diameter are fully adjustable for high and low speed compression, spring preload and rebound damping for maximum rider control
  • Three way adjustable footpegs now feature die-cast construction and can be moved into three different positions with a 14mm horizontal and vertical range
  • Compact, lightweight instrument cluster features a step motor controlled analog tachometer, LCD speedometer, dual trip meters, clock and a convenient gear position indicator



  • Model Number: GSXR750K8
  • Type: Sportbike


  • Engine: 4-stroke, inline 4-cylinder,liquid-cooled, DOHC
  • Bore & Stroke: 70.0 mm x 48.7 mm
  • Compression Ratio: 12.5 : 1
  • Fuel System: Fuel injection
  • Lubrication: Wet sump
  • Ignition: Fully transistorized
  • Starter: Electric


  • Transmission: 6-speed constant mesh
  • Final Drive: 2.647 (45 / 17)


  • Overall Length: 2,040 mm (80.3 in.)
  • Overall Width: 715 mm (28.1 in.)
  • Overall Height: 1,125 mm (44.3 in.)
  • Seat Height: 810 mm (31.9 in.)
  • Ground Clearance: 130mm (5.1 in.)
  • Wheelbase: 1,400 mm (55.1 in.)
  • Dry Weight: 165 kg (364 lbs.)
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 17.0 L (4.5 US gal.)


  • Suspension Front: Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped, spring preload fully adjustable, compression damping 2-way fully adjustable, rebound damping fully adjustable
  • Suspension Rear: Link type, coil spring, oil damped, spring preload fully adjustable, compression damping 2-way fully adjustable, rebound damping fully adjustable
  • Brakes Front: Double, Radial mount, 4-piston calipers, 310mm
  • Brakes Rear: Single, 1-piston caliper, 220mm
  • Tires Front: 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
  • Tires Rear: 180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless

Used 2013 M796 Monster Carbon Fiber

Used 2013 Ducati Monster 796  ( 6,099 miles )

$ 8,199 *

* Plus Doc fee, Tax,  Title Tag.
  • Two Brothers Carbon Fiber Mufflers

  • All Carbon Fiber body with Red Frame

  • Rizoma Grips, Clicker Lev, Fender Elim. Kit

  • LED Turn Signals, Frame & Axle Sliders

  • Dark Windscreen******* 6,099 miles *****

With its bold style and modern technologies, the Ducati Monster 796 is ready to deal with anything you ask of it with poise.

This Italian beauty is powered by an 803cc, L-Twin cylinder, 2 valve per cylinder Desmodromic, air cooled engine. Fire it up and you will be assaulted by a maximum output of 64 KW (87 Hp) at 8,250 Rpm and 78 Nm (58 Lb-Ft) of torque at 6,250 Rpm. The engine’s power is kept under control by a six speed transmission which is combined with an APTC wet multiplate clutch.

The engine is housed by a strong but light tubular steel Trellis frame with aluminum rear sub-frame which apart from the fact that it offers a great handling it also looks great.

Thanks to the intensive use of lightweight materials Ducati’s engineers have managed to obtain a wet weight of only 187kg (412lb).


The emotion of performance

By skillfully combining increased power, a new sports design and maximum riding enjoyment, the Monster 796 offers incredible performance and thrilling emotion.
The special Corse Stripe livery further emphasizes Ducati’s sporting spirit.

2013 Ducati Monster 796 Features and Benefits:


Less is Monster
The ’less-is-more’ philosophy behind all Monsters underlines Ducati’s never-ending pursuit of genuinely compact, high performance motorcycles, but these new models have succeeded in being even more ’pared down’ than their predecessors.

Every single component has been redesigned and redeveloped so now more than ever, form follows function. With any details detracting from the Monster concept being eliminated, ’less-is-more’ also means ’less-is-Monster’. Less weight plus more torque equals fun-filled riding.

Monster Story
In 1992 Ducati unveiled a new prototype that was to become an icon. Ducati’s creation awed the crowds and the world’s media of that year’s Cologne International Motorcycle show. The 900 Monster was a motorcycle that created a truly new niche – dramatically styled, minimalist in stature yet bristling with innovative engineering solutions. The Monster’s radical styling has also provided the inspiration for an entire after-market sector specializing in hot-rod parts for this legendary machine. For this reason, rarely do you see two Monsters the same. This radical and refreshing design departure also influenced other manufacturers but, as the old adage states: imitation is the highest form of flattery… The Monster is characterized by a long and successful history, by its introduction during the years of numerous cylinders and uncountable color options, but above all by a constant technological evolution that this year brings us to the birth of the last version: the Monster 1100EVO, “The Ultimate Monster”.

Urban Icon
The Monster family introduces the 796, an exciting addition to the line-up that combines the user-friendliness of the 696 with the sports character of the 1100. Delivering 87hp (64kW), a dry weight of just 167kg (368lb) and optional ABS, the stylish new Monster 796 returns the magic of mid-range to the Monster family.

With the Desmo 796 engine at the heart of the machine, a single-sided swingarm and revised ergonomics, the Monster 796 perfectly balances lifestyle performance with everyday functionality to enhance the original Monster spirit.

The Monster 796 opens a new road to the world of Ducati Monster and becomes the ‘urban icon’ of hand-built Italian naked motorcycles.

Monster Tales
A memory, an emotion, an image, a sound. One common element: Ducati Monster.
Whether you’re a motorcyclist, a would-be motorcyclist or a passenger, whether Monster has been your travelling companion on a thousand adventures or whether it’s a dream that’s still to come true, whether it’s parked in your garage or is just an image firmly stamped in your mind….whatever your story, tell us the tale and celebrate the 20th anniversary of Monster together with us!


796 Desmo
The 796 engine is a completely brand new, lightweight Desmo power unit designed to provide the torquey, smooth and enjoyable character famous of all Desmodromic L-Twins.

APTC clutch
The APTC ‘wet’ clutch gives a ‘slipper’ type action that prevents destabilizing of the rear-end under aggressive down-shifting and also gives the extra benefit of a super-light feel at the lever, a great benefit in stop-start city traffic or during longer journeys. The 21-plate oil-bath clutch (11 friction and 10 steel) represents a power-enhancing weight reduction over the ‘dry’ system as well as having a quieter operation and requiring less maintenance.

Lightweight crankcases
The new crankcases hug the gearbox internals much closer to create a smaller and more compact outer profile and achieve considerable weight savings over previous cases.

Power & torque curves
The Monster 796 produces 84hp (64kW)@ 8250rpm of power and a torque to 58lb-ft (78Nm) @ 6250rpm.

The crankshaft assembly uses a lightweight 848-type flywheel and has a 66mm stroke instead of the 696’s 57.2mm.

Exhaust system
Providing a deep and rich exhaust tone within current noise and emissions regulations is no mean feat, but the Monster definitely provides the L-Twin sound famous of Ducati. Its bold, high-level twin mufflers also make a striking style statement.

The exhaust system on Monster 796 has one Lambda probe dedicated to each cylinder, enabling precise fuelling for a smoother power delivery as well as complying with current emission regulations.


Monster Trellis
An immensely strong but light tubular steel Trellis frame with aluminum rear sub-frame is the visual and structural backbone of the Monster. Delivering unparalleled rigidity with minimal mass, the chassis design is pure Ducati in its ingenuity and simplicity. A separate, all aluminum sub-frame saves weight and adds a pleasing continuity with the aluminum footrest hangers and matte finished swingarm.

Lightweight construction
Every carefully selected component of the Monster 696 has a net benefit to the overall light weight of the machine. The dry weight of 161kgs (355lb) has dramatic effects on not just maneuverability and ease of use, but also by contributing directly to increased performance, braking and acceleration.

Lightweight 5-spoke wheels
The extremely lightweight aluminum alloy Y-shaped, 5-spoke wheels reduce unsprung weight and improve agility. The 3.50×17 front wheel is fitted with a 120/70ZR tire while the rear 5.50×17 wheel has a 180/55ZR. The result is lightweight, precise steering that is extremely responsive at all speeds while giving the vehicle exceptional stability.

Single-sided swingarm
The beautifully shaped single-sided swingarm gives the Monster a ‘tough’ look while ensuring higher rigidity, reduced weight and enhanced road holding.

The swingarm is chill-cast using aluminum in its most noble form. Gravity cast and heat treated, the component achieves the best mechanical characteristics as well as reduced final weight for improved handling.


The triple-parabola headlight on the Monster utilizes the latest optical technology and advanced construction techniques to provide an incredibly compact lighting package. In spite of its compact size, the headlight throws a broad and deep beam to provide excellent visibility and make night riding safer. Viewed from the side, its discrete silhouette mimics the radical shape of the fuel tank.

LED taillight
A LED rear light unit satisfies the minimalist, weight-saving design ethos found throughout the Monster 796. The specially designed strip of LEDs are enhanced by a special diffuser lens to deliver outstanding light clarity and incredible longevity.

Monster Style
Refined and sophisticated, the Monster 796 is proud to show its unmistakable style as the ‘Italian ambassador’ in the world of motorcycling.

The large diameter tube construction flows into the cast aluminium rear sub-frame which matches the matte black rear swingarm and footrest hangers.

The 17″ wheels in the five ‘Y-shape’ mount a stylish pin-stripe for 60° of the circumference of the rim which creates a full circle of red when in motion.

The bright white illuminated display, the stylish red stitching of the new seat, the italian flag and the new Ducati logo on the front mudguard complete the clean and minimalist style of this new urban icon.

Empowering Controls
The Monster 796 has enhanced comfort and control with 20mm higher bar-risers gripping sturdy tapered section aluminium handlebars.

Integral type Brembo master cylinders are used for both the clutch and brake systems and maintain a clean handlebar arrangement for the rider. They are fitted with user-friendly 4-point adjustable levers that provide easy-to-reach control for all hand sizes and the APTC clutch offers a super-light lever action ideal for use in the city.

The digital display is programmed with a stopwatch function that, when enabled, can be triggered by using the high-beam flash button and each recorded time stored in a memory. After your journey or track session, the times or lap times can be recalled from the memory and scrolled through by using the instrumentation buttons on the left-hand switchgear.

M796 ABS
The Ducati Monster 796 is available with ABS (anti-lock braking system).
Unlike the majority of motorcycle ABS set-ups, this system has the advantage of ensuring a more natural braking ‘feel’ for the rider.

The Monster 796 ABS is equipped with ABS, the single seat cover and the neat micro-bikini fairing.



Engine type L-Twin cylinder, 2 valve per cylinder Desmodromic, air cooled
Displacement 803cc
Bore x Stroke 88 x 66 mm
Compression ratio 11:1
Power 64 kW (87 hp) @ 8,250 rpm
Torque 78 Nm (58 lb-ft) @ 6,250 rpm
*Technical data referring to power and torque was measured on an engine test stand at Ducati.
Fuel injection Electronic fuel injection, 45mm throttle body 45 mm with stepper motor
Exhaust Lightweight 2-1-2 system with catalytic converter with twin lambda probes
Gearbox 6 speed
Primary drive Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.85:1
Ratio 1st 32/13, 2nd 30/18, 3rd 28/21, 4th 26/23, 5th 22/22, 6th 24/26
Final drive Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 39
Clutch APTC wet multiplate with hydraulic control, Self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run
Frame Tubular chrome moly steel trellis, casted aluminum subframe
Front suspension 43mm upside-down forks
Front wheel 5-spoke in light alloy 3.50 x17
Front Tyre 120/70 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso
Rear suspension Progressive linkage with preload and rebound adjustable monoshock. Single sided swingarm
Rear wheel 5-spoke in light alloy 5.50 x 17
Rear tyre 180/55 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso
Front wheel travel 120mm (4.7in)
Rear wheel travel 148mm (5.8in)
Front brake 2 x 320mm discs, 4-piston radial caliper, ABS available upon request
Rear brake 245mm disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS available upon request
Instrumentation Digital unit displaying: Speedometer, rev counter, clock, scheduled maintenance warning, oil temperature, trip fuel, lap time, warning light for low oil pressure, fuel level, fuel reserve, neutral, turn signals, overrev, immobilizer. Ready for DDA system.
Dry weight 167kg (369lb) / 169kg (373lb) ABS version
*Weight data refers to the dry weight of the motorcycle without battery, lubricants and coolants for liquid-cooled models.
Wet weight (KERB) 187kg (412lb)
ABS wet weight (KERB) 188kg (414.5 lb)
*Kerb weights indicate total bike weight with all operating consumable liquids and a fuel tank filled to 90% of capacity (as per EC standard 93/93).
Seat height 800mm (31.5in)
Wheelbase 1450mm (57.1in)
Rake 24°
Trail 87mm (3,42 in)
Fuel tank capacity 3.6gallon (US) ABS version
Number of seats Dual seat
Warranty 2 years unlimited mileage
Maintenance service intervals 12.000 km (7,500m) / 12 months
Valve clearance check 12.000 km (7.500m)
Emissions and Consumption Standard Euro 3 (Europe version) – USA: follows the US Federal Regulation


939 SuperSport

2017 Ducati Supersport and Supersport S

MSRP: base SuperSport $12,995, and the “S” at $14,795 red: $14,995 white.

The Ducati 939 SuperSport blends comfort with versatility thanks to solutions that make it perfect for everyday road riding – but without ever compromising its sporting spirit. Whichever road you take, the three Riding Modes, ABS brakes, and 8 level traction control, ensure optimized SuperSport control.

It has been four years in the making, but Ducati is finally releasing the revamped Supersport family for the 2017 model year. This range brings sportbikes handling and performance to the table with its race-inspired “Monster” frame and over 100 ponies on tap, but in a package meant to be less intimidating to prospective Ducatisti than some of their, shall we say, spicier models.

The factory touts this new line as “versatile and accessible,” and while the base SuperSport is meant to appeal to riders who want a sportbike that’s a little light on the “sportier aspects,” the “S” model takes on some of the trappings of a proper racebike for a decidedly more sport-tastic nature. Let’s check out what the bike builders in Bologna have in store for us with this newest effort.

SuperSport S

In terms of equipment, the S takes things to another level: even more sport, even more design and more technology to accentuate the sportiest side of the SuperSport. As standard:

  • Ducati Quick Shift up/down
  • Passenger seat cover
  • 48 mm Öhlins fork with TiN coated inner tubes, fully adjustable
  • Öhlins rear shock with integrated gas tank,  fully adjustable


Ducati may have designed this ride to bridge the gap between the laid-back riders and the more spirited ones, but the look is all sport and distinctly Ducati. Head-on, the family sports the “angry alien” headlight arrangement set within the brow of the front fairing that continues down to a fairly typical engine cowl and radiator surround.

The vented fairing peters out midway to the rear offering a tantalizing view of the rear cylinder and just a glimpse of the frame, and the rear end tapers off to nothing with the taillight housing tucked away neatly beneath. Short standoffs mount the rear turn signals, a detail that could certainly be improved upon, but the front turn signals come stashed in the mirror housings and so are about as clean as it gets.

Foot-to-butt orientation places the leg in the sport-typical jockey position, but the handlebars allow for an upright body position which plays a large role in the “relaxed sport” attitude. Both rides come with passenger seating and footrests, but the “S” gets a “P”-pad cover that plays right into its race-tastic panache. Seat height is typical of the genre at 31.9-inches tall.



Weight was a front-burner topic during development and the factory used its tubular Trellis frame as the foundation. The stressed-engine arrangement substitutes the engine for a large portion of the frame, even going so far as to mount the rear shock and subframe on the mill.

Swingarm design is of the single-sided persuasion, and the die-cast aluminum construction does it’s part to keep weight down while leaving an unrestricted view of the rear wheel from the right side. Rake and trail are set up for nimble handling at 24-degrees and 3.6 inches with a 58.2-inch wheelbase.

The siblings differ a bit when we get to the factory’s choices in suspension components. On the base model, a Sachs monoshock works on a progressive link while the front end runs 43 mm Marzocchi usd forks, and both ends come with adjustable preload and rebound damping. The “S” model gets a bit of a suspension upgrade with fully adjustable, usd, 48 mm Ohlins forks and monoshock from same.

Brembo M4-32 Monobloc four-pot opposed-piston calipers bind the pair of 320 mm front discs, and a twin-pot caliper binds the 245 mm rear disc with the Bosch 9MP ABS included with the standard equipment package. Additionally, the ABS comes with three separate maps for varying levels of slip before the system intervenes. Light alloy wheels with triple, Y-shaped spokes mount Pirelli’s Diablo Rosso III tires with a nimble 120/70 up front and 180/55 in back.



Now for the beating heart: the 937 cc Testastretta 11-Degree L-Twin engine. This liquid-cooled mill runs in what most Americans would call a 90-degree “V”, and it sports Ducati’s signature Desmodromic valvetrain that actuates the four-valve heads with push-open and pull-closed cams that preclude the need for valve springs and eliminate valve float at high rpms. The 11-degrees refers to amount of crankshaft rotation that occurs during valve overlap, a feature that keeps emissions low and helps it meet Euro-4 requirements.

Decidedly oversquare, the engine runs a 94 mm bore and 67.5 mm stroke. A pair of 53mm throttle bodies meters the induction via ride-by-wire control that provides the rider with the option of using three separate engine mappings for varied conditions and riding styles. Set to the hottest profile, the mill delivers its full horsepower with a sporty throttle response. In the middle setting, full horsepower is still on tap, but with a progressive delivery that keeps things somewhat relaxed. At the bottom of the scale, power is limited to 75 ponies with a progressive power curve for urban environs and conditions with less-than-stellar traction.

The mill cranks out a maximum of 113 ponies at 9 grand, and 71.3 pounds of grunt at 6,500 rpm, plenty for its 463-pound curb weight, but the smokin’ hot, 12.6-to-1 compression ratio will put you at the premium pump every time. A six-speed transmission crunches the ratios with a slipper-clutch that limits back-torque to prevent wheel hop on aggressive downshifts and also has the happy side-effect of providing a softer pull at the lever.

Much like with the suspension components, the “S” model gets a little something extra in the gearbox with an up/down Quick Shift feature as part of the standard equipment package, but the base model SuperSport has it as an available option. Traditionally, Desmodromic engines are considered high-maintenance items because of the need for frequent valve-lash adjustment, but Duc set a 30,000 mile service interval on the valve-lash adjustment, so routine maintenance no longer eats your lunch.


 (SuperSport S)

MSRP is reasonable with the base SuperSport fetching $12,995, and the “S” model falls just below the $15K mark at $14,795 red: $14,995 white.


Engine: Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled
Displacement: 937 cm³
Bore X stroke: 94 x 67.5 mm (3.7 x 2.66 in)
Compression ratio: 12.6± 0.5 :1
Power: 83.1 kW (113 hp) @ 9,000 rpm
Torque: 96.7 Nm (71.3 lb-ft) @ 6,500 rpm
Fuel injection: Continental electronic fuel injection system, 53 mm Mikuni throttle bodies with full Ride-by-Wire
Exhaust: Lightweight 2-1-2 system with catalytic converter and two lambda probes. Twin aluminium mufflers
Gearbox: 6 speed
Primary drive: Straight cut gears; Ratio 1.84:1
Ratio: 1=37/15 2=30/17 3=28/20 4=26/22 5=24/23 6=23/24
Final drive: Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 43
Clutch: Wet multiplate clutch mechanically operated, self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run
Frame: Tubular steel Trellis frame attached to the chylinders head
Front suspension:
SuperSport: Fully adjustable 43mm (1.7 in) usd Marzocchi forks
SuperSport S: Fully adjustable 48mm (1.9 in) usd Ohlins forks
Front wheel: Y shaped, 3-spoke in light alloy 3.50″ x 17″
Front tyre: Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 120/70 ZR17
Rear Suspension:
SuperSport: Progressive linkage with adjustable Sachs monoshock. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
SuperSport S: Progressive linkage with fully adjustable Ohlins monoshock. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear Wheel: Y shaped, 3-spoke in light alloy 5.50″ x 17″
Rear tyre: Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 180/55 ZR17
Wheel travel (front/rear): 130/144 mm (5.12/5.67 in)
Front brake: 2 x 320 mm (12.6 in) semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo M4-32 callipers, 4-piston, radial pump with ABS as standard
Rear brake: 245 mm (9.6 in) disc, 2-piston caliper, ABS as standard
Instrumentation: LCD display
Dimensions and Weight:
Dry weight: 184 kg (406 lb)
Kerb weight: 210 kg (463 lb)
Seat height: 810 mm (31.9 in)
Wheelbase: 1478 mm (58.2 in)
Rake: 24°
Front wheel trail: 91 mm (3.6 in)
Fuel tank capacity: 16 l (4.2 US gal)
Number of seats: 2
Standard Equipment:
SuperSport: Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW. Ready for anti-theft system
SuperSport S: Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), RbW, DQS, seat cover. Ready for anti-theft system
Warranty (months): 24 months unlimited mileage
Maintenance (km/months): 15,000 km (9,000 mi) or 12 months
Valve clearance adjustment (km): 30,000 km (18,000 mi)
Emissions: Euro 4
SuperSport: $12,995 red
SuperSport S: $14,795 red  ;  $14,995 Artic Silk White