Blueprint Ducati M900 Monster (1996)

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The Ducati M900 Monster (1996) is a classic Italian-made street bike that still has the looks and power of a formidable superbike, but with a slightly more manageable frame size. Powered by an air-cooled, 2-valve, 90-degree V-twin engine, the M900 puts out a reliable 67bhp and a peak torque of 71Nm at 6,000rpm. The electronically adjustable fuel-injection system ensures an efficient and smooth ride. It has a muscular and light frame that stands out with its teardrop shaped fuel tank and single-sided alloy swingarm. The M900 is well-equipped with modern braking and suspension technology. Twin 320mm Brembo discs with 4-piston Mondial floating calipers give you plenty of stopping power. Meanwhile, the 43mm Marzocchi upside-down forks and Sachs rear monoshock suspension make it just as comfortable and stable in the corners as it is in a straight line. The comfort of this classic Ducati is further complemented by the wide, plush seat and its adjustable handlebar mounts. Painted in classic red with white and grey accents highlighted on the tank, the M900 Monster (1996) is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

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