The Ducati 996, released in 1999, is a classic in the Ducati range. A true Italian masterpiece, it's a no-nonsense, no-frills superbike that still inspires riders today. It's a 916-based engine, the same one used for the original 996, with a displacement of 996cc and a water-cooled, eight-valve, Vtwin engine. It produces a thrilling 118hp at 9,000rpm and a top speed of about 170mph. The 996 includes Ducati's signature trellis-style frame, loved by many for its lightweight and rigid construction. It's designed to be both agile and stable on the road, and to provide great steering response for a fun and thrilling ride. The bike also features a single-sided swingarm, which gives it an extra unique look. The bike has a Brembo Braking system, which includes dual 320mm front discs and single 245mm rear disc. This system provides optimal braking and stopping power, allowing riders to confidently tackle narrow, winding roads. The Ducati 996 also includes several attractive features, such as the iconic Ducati red frame and tank, gold-accented Marchesini wheels, and a 2-1-2 shotgun exhaust system. Not only does the classic styling turn heads, but the design also provides efficient airflow for improved cooling and engine performance. For those who insist on the best performance, the 996 comes with an optional Ohlins suspension system. This premium suspension system provides improved performance, comfort, and handling on the track, particularly when attempting challenging corners. All in all, the 996 has stood the test of time and remains one of the best classic Ducatis ever made. With its powerful engine, iconic design, and top-of-the-line suspension system, it's no wonder why many riders still consider it one of the best Italian superbikes.
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