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2010 Ducati Streetfighter Comparison II Photo Gallery
The Ducati Streetfighter handles best when its leaned over on the side of the tire.
See photos of the Ducati Streetfighter in action then find out how it fares in the
2010 Ducati Streetfighter Comparison
2010 Streetfighter Shootout IV horsepower dyno graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
The Ducati Streetfighter is powered by a 90-degree L-Twin 1099cc engine.
A fully adjustable Showa fork graces the front end of the Ducati Streetfighter.
The Streetfighter’s Brembo monoblocs are extremely powerful.
The sound generated from the Streetfighter’s shotgun pipes is much louder than the other bikes in this test.
The Ducati Streetfighter is a stunning motorcycle.
The Ducati Streetfighter is the lightest bike in this test only weighing 427 lbs.
Like the Kawasaki Z1000 the Streetfighter uses an all-digital display that is legible even at speed.
The racetrack is where the Ducati performs best.
With so much torque it’s literally difficult to keep the front wheel down in the lower gears.
Riding on one wheel on the Ducati Streetfighter.
At slow speeds the Ducati handles rather cumbersomely but add in some speed and all of a sudden it performs in its element.
Despite weighing less the Z1000 the Ducati doesn’t turn as easily as it.
Braking performance is top notch on the Ducati.
The Streetfighter is stunning from every angle.
The Ducati Streetfighter was the least comfortable bike to ride on the street.
The 2010 Ducati Streetfighter costs $14,995.
The suspension on the Streetfighter works well on the track but delivers a harsh ride on the street.
2010 Streetfighter Shootout IV torque dyno graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
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