The Ducati GP9 (2008) is a pure racing machine, covering the pinnacle of two-wheeled performance. With sleek design, advanced mechanics and well-balanced ergonomics, the GP9 was purpose-built to blast around the racetracks of the world and dominate whatever competition it encounters. Striking black and yellow livery along with traditional Ducati red accents give this amazing machine an unmistakable presence. At the heart of the GP9 is a liquid-cooled long-stroke four-valve 1098 cc Testata 90-degree V-twin engine. An electronic fuel injection system helps to maximize the power output of the screaming engine while variable-length intake tracts further assist in shaving off precious milliseconds. Forged for adversity, the GP9 sports revolutionary hlins full-adjustable suspension. The chassis allows for greater holding power for the wheels and more precise steering, while allowing for razor-sharp cornering capability. The forced-air cooled radiator provides more cooling capacity and slimmer line for aerodynamic performance. Lightning fast geometry is provided by the GP9s Brembo braking system, lightweight Marchesini alloy wheels and Pirelli SuperSport tires. An adjustable footpeg system allows a custom fit for any rider. Additionally, the GP9 possesses advanced onboard electronics which include a digital instrumentation system, race-oriented ECU, push-button engine control and power delivery management. Finally, a slipper clutch allows smooth operation during aggressive downshifting and deceleration. The Ducati GP9 is a revolutionary racing motorcycle that combines Italian stylings and race engineering to provide unparalleled performance on the track. With its advanced features and impressive power, this is the kind of machine that demands the attention of any rider who takes it for a spin.
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