Blueprint Ducati 888 (1992)

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The Ducati 888 is a stunning amalgamation of Italian engineering, style, and performance. A homologation special from 1992, the Ducati 888 features a 904cc, liquid-cooled, 8-valve, Desmo V-twin engine. Its 90 horsepower is channeled through a 5-speed gearbox and linked by a slipper clutch for confident shifts. The frame is a monocoque steel trellis piece with dual front and rear shock absorbers to tame the curves. The traditional steel fuel tank, finished in the iconic Ducati red, radiates confidence while showing off the special edition Decia 888 logo. The 888 rolls on 17-inch, 5-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli's renowned Diablo tires. The 888 is also equipped with a full fairing to keep the elements at bay and Brembo brakes to bring it to stop quickly. Additionally, the 888 comes fitted with adjustable clip-on handlebars and footrests that are elevated to keep rider ergonomics at its best. Lastly, this head-turning motorcycle is complete with an iconic red-hot tail section and quarter fairing, plus white racing stripes at both sides, that truly make it a standout.

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