Blueprint Ducati 888 (1991)

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The Ducati 888 is one of the most legendary bikes in Ducatis history and inspired generations of riders. It was released in 1991 and was a direct descendant of the 851, another revolutionary Ducati model. Its a Superbike designed for high-speed performance and has become iconic in the racing world, seen at the top end of the sport events. Its a lightweight and nimble machine, offering agility and responsiveness, allowing riders to perform well in competitions. The Ducati 888 features a liquid-cooled 8-valve V-twin engine, offering bikes 92 hp at 9500 rpm. Its a robust and reliable unit, capable of delivering smooth and consistent power. Ducati fitted it with a close-ratio six-speed gearbox too, allowing riders to use all of the available torque and acceleration. The Ducati 888s look was ahead of its time, with sharp and angular lines that have become a signature of the brand. It comes with modern finishes like a polished stainless steel exhaust, a titanium-tinted frame, as well as many of Ducatis traditional features, like a trellis frame, Brembo brakes, and Marzocchi forks. The Ducati 888 is a superbike built for performance, combining modern styling with vintage design elements. It has become a classic in the racing world, and continues to perform at the highest level.

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