Tuesday, May 19, 2015

2015 Ducati Diavel Titanium limited to 500 units


Mechanically, the Ducati Diavel Titanium remains unchanged - it's the same 162bhp musclebike that we know and love. Cosmetically, it gets a subtle new paintjob and a bunch of carbonfibre bits. Nice!

Ducati have announced the new limited-edition Diavel Titanium for 2015 – production of this machine will be limited to 500 units only. Basic specs remain unchanged – 1198cc Testastretta 11° ‘Dual Spark’ V-twin (with two sparkplugs per cylinder head) that produces 162 horsepower and 130Nm of torque, 205kg dry weight, that infamous 240-section rear tyre, three riding modes, full LED headlamp and a full suite of safety electronics, including anti-lock brakes and traction control.

Exclusive bits on the 2015 Diavel Titanium include the paintjob (Titanium, with dark chrome chassis), forged aluminium black-painted wheels, carbon passenger seat cover with Titanium insert and various carbonfibre parts, including engine air intakes, radiator covers, windscreen, front and rear mudguard and front sprocket cover. The hand-stitched Alcantara seats get leather inserts, the silencers are stainless steel and exhaust pipes get a Zircotech ceramic lining. Each bike gets an individually numbered tank-mounted plaque – just to make sure that nobody forgets this is a limited edition Ducati! :-)

2015 Ducati Diavel Titanium: Tech Specs
Engine: Desmodromic, liquid cooled, 1198cc L-twin, 4-valves-per-cylinder, 2 sparkplugs per cylinder head
Power: 162bhp at 9250rpm
Torque: 130.5Nm at 8000rpm
Fuel injection: Mitsubishi EFI with Mikuni elliptical throttle bodies and ride-by-wire
Exhaust: Stainless steel muffler with aluminium tips and brushed steel cover, Zircotech ceramic coated exhaust tubes
Emissions: Euro 3
Transmission: 6-speed
Clutch: Light action, wet, multiplate clutch with hydraulic control. Self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run
Chassis: Steel-tube trellis-type with Dark Chrome finish
Wheelbase: 1590mm
Front suspension: DLC-coated 50mm Marzocchi fully adjustable USD forks
Rear suspension: Progressive linkage with fully adjustable Sachs monoshock, aluminium single-sided swingarm
Wheels: 17-inch forged and machined aluminium, 9-spoke, Marchesini
Tyres: 120/70 ZR 17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II (front), 240/45 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II (rear)
Brakes: 2 x 320mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo callipers, 4-piston with ABS (front), 265mm disc, 2-piston floating calliper with ABS (rear)
Fuel tank: 17 litres
Dry weight: 205kg
Wet weight: 234kg
Warranty: 2 years unlimited mileage







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