Blueprint Ducati GP9 (2009)

Ducati GP9 (2009)


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The Ducati GP9 is an iconic piece of motorbike engineering from 09. It's an absolute marvel of speed and performance that comes wrapped in a sleek bodywork package. Featuring the most advanced and up-to-date Ducati technology, the GP9 boasts a 990cc Testastretta Evoluzione engine, which uses a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 90-degree L-twin engine mated to a six-speed gearbox for unparalleled power and acceleration. In addition, the GP9 utilizes fully adjustable advanced Öhlins suspension with an alloy swingarm, as well as a lightweight alloy frame with Carbon fiber fairings. The bike also has a complete electronic package with Ducati Traction Control (DTC), Ducati Data Analyzer (DDA), Ducati Ride By Wire (DBW), and an adjustable LCF instrumentation system. This powerful combination of parts gives the Ducati GP9 an optimum power to weight ratio, for ultimate performance on the track or road. The combination of modern technology, style, and power make this model a truly unique machine that stands out from anything else on the open market.

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