The Ducati Supersport 998S Bayliss is a stunningly beautiful sports motorbike produced in 2002 by Ducati. It features a 998cc L-twin engine that powers the front wheel, giving outstanding acceleration and an incredibly powerful ride. This legendary motorcycle is capable of producing up to 140 horsepower and speeds of up to 180 miles per hour, making it an ideal choice for exhilarating rides. The Ducati Supersport 998S Bayliss has several features that make it stand out from other motorcycles. The luxurious red and silver color scheme adds a beautiful touch to the bike, while advanced technologies in the bike add to its performance. The fully adjustable Ohlins 49mm upside-down forks, the fully adjustable Ohlins rear shock, and the light-weight cast aluminum wheels ensure reliable suspension and improved stability. The 998S Bayliss also has a unique and sophisticated instrumentation system that allows the rider to monitor the performance of the bike. This includes a tachometer, digital speedometer, water temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, and even a net power display. Furthermore the Ducati Supersport 998S Bayliss is also equipped with a dry clutch, meaning it is able to deliver smoother and faster shifts. Additionally, a selection of magnesium parts from the Ducati factory lowers the weight of the motorcycle and ensures maximum handling ability. Overall, the Ducati Supersport 998S Bayliss is a truly exceptional sports bike with unparalleled performance and unbeatable style.
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