Blueprint Ducati 916 Senna (1998)

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The Ducati 916 Senna was a limited edition superbike produced in 1998 in homage to Brazilian Formula One legend Ayrton Senna. Developed from the iconic Ducati 916, this bike was a street version and not intended for racing. The 916 Senna was based on an advanced Trellis Frame and powered by Ducatis classic air-cooled L-twin Desmoquattro engine. This engine had 94hp and revved to the ear-pleasing 8,500 rpm. The engine was mated to a six-speed gearbox and had a dry weight of only 395 lb. The Senna featured special bronze-colored bodywork and an aerodynamic chassis with red highlights, giving it a unique and striking style. It also harnessed the latest Brembo brakes, adjustable hlins suspension and a 7-spoke 17 Marvic magnesium alloy wheel. For the dedicated track rider, the 916 Senna had numerous factory-specced options. These included a different flywheel assembly, a different camshaft setup, a full hlins front fork kit, and a special oil cooler for the engine. Since only 501 Senna bikes were ever produced, they have become highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike. This bike has become an iconic Ducati design, and has been praised for its impeccable build quality and engineering.

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