Wednesday, October 29, 2008

NCR: Special parts for Ducati 848


Not happy with the standard Ducati 848? You need to get bits from NCR then...

Pics: OmniMoto / Motoblog

For those who aren’t happy with their stock Ducati 848’s performance, Nepoti and Caracchi Racing (NCR) are now offering some special parts which will boost power, performance and handling. These include titanium valves, titanium con-rods, Showa USD fork with heavily reworked internals, fully adjustable Öhlins rear shock, 300mm brakes discs (at the front) with Brembo monoblock calipers and an all-new engine management system.

A stock Ducati 848 weighs 168kg, and has 134bhp on tap. The full-blown NCR Ducati 848 weighs in at 155 kilos dry, and packs 145bhp at 12,500rpm and 118Nm of torque at 10,000rpm. Of course, at around US$61,000 it’s also a bit more expensive…

More details on the NCR website here


The NCR Ducati 848. Looks cool, goes hard. What more does a man want?

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would just fork over a few more grand and get a Desmosedici.

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