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1986 750 Montjuich Gallery | Phil Aynsley Photography

1986 750 Montjuich Gallery | Phil Aynsley Photography | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it

The Montjuich was released in 1986 as a limited edition (200 made) version of the 750 F1. Differences included major engine tuning with hotter cams, bigger ports, larger carburettors, new crankcases to suit improved gearbox parts and a lightened & ventilated clutch. Aluminium was used for the swingarm and tank. Higher spec wheels & brakes were fitted. A competition Verlicchi exhaust was used. Unusually this bike has the tank breather on the RH side. 95hp at 10,000rpm. 155kg. For 1987 the Montjuich was replaced by the Laguna Seca (200) and in 1988 the Santamonica (300). Photographed in New Zealand. 2012. Bill Irwin collection


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Full set of shots of pre-production 2011 1199 Panigale S just posted to Philaphoto.com

Full set of shots of pre-production 2011 1199 Panigale S just posted to Philaphoto.com | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it

Need a better look at the beautiful new 1199 Panigale?  Phil Aynsley just shot this full set of detail pics of a pre-production model.  Typical Supermodel, this bike doesn't have a bad angle!

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2009 595 Supermono Strada | Phil Aynsley Photography

2009 595 Supermono Strada | Phil Aynsley Photography | Ductalk Ducati News | Scoop.it

Developed by noted Ducati Supermono tuner Alistair Wager, the Strada is the Supermono Ducati never built. Wager bought much of the factory's remaining parts stock and commissioned Pierobon, who built the original frames for Ducati, to construct a further 10. Of the 3 road-going bikes he's built to date, this (the 3rd) is the most like the originals. The main changes from the 1993 racers are the use of the Testastretta head, 104mm piston, 54mm throttle body with shower type injectors & starter motor (all from the 999R). The exhaust runs on the opposite side to the original. A one piece billet steel crank and balance mechanism are fitted (the later was cast originally). Green powder coated aluminium side cases replicate the magnesium originals. NGR slipper clutch. The carbon fibre body work is of modern, lighter type. The Ohlins rear shock was built up from NOS parts. The bike produces 75hp at the rear wheel and weighs 137kg wet. Cost £40,000 plus VAT. Photographed in New Zealand, 2012. Bill Irwin collection.


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Vicki Smith for Ducati.net's comment, October 6, 2012 9:43 AM
Thanks for the share!