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2010 Ducati 1198S Street Smackdown Photo Gallery
Motorcycle USA Superbike Smackdown VII Street class of 2010.
Motorcycle USA puts all the 2010 Superbikes to the test in our Superbike Smackdown sportbike comparison. Read about it in the
2010 Ducati 1198S Corse SE Comparison Street
While everyone loved riding the Duc it’s simply too uncomfortable for day-to-day life on the street.
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII horsepower comparison chart
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII torque comparison chart
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII curb weight comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII quarter mile acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII zero-to-60 mph acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII braking distance comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII sound comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII average fuel mileage and range comparison
2010 Ducati 1198S Corse SE
An Ohlins fork and Brembo monobloc calipers grace the front of the Ducati.
The Ducati's Digitek display features plenty of legible information.
It's hard to top Italian styling.
There are few motorcycles that entice as much emotion as the Ducati.
If you’re looking for a full-on race bike for the streets the $25,000 Ducati 1198S Corse SE is it.
The 2010 Ducati 1198S Corse SE has the raciest ergonomics. Big surprise right?
The 2010 Ducati 1198S Corse SE delivers the most amount of road feel.
In terms of outright torque nothing even comes close to the 2010 Ducati 1198S Corse.
The Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires provide racetrack-levels of grip.
The Ducati’s Brembo front brakes still rank right up at the top in terms of performance.
The Ducati 1198S Corse was also the lightest bike in the comparison weighing just 441 lbs.
As always the Ducati received high marks for its styling but this year it was bested by the KTM RC8R in the appearance category.
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