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Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak Race Bike

 

 

 

Ducati team is running fairly stock Multistrada 1200 machines. it benefit from upgraded brakes, which feature Brembo MotoGP radial master cylinders and brakes pads, as well as the Ducati Superbike 1198′s monoblock brake calipers.

Suspension is stock, but has been massaged by Paul Thede at Race Tech, while Akrapovic has built a special Evolution exhaust for the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak race bikes. Glossy aluminum superbike wheels are courtesy of OZ Wheels, while the subframe and bodywork have also been modified by the team.

It also feature a full-band auto-tuning ECU system, which should help the Multistrada’s deal with the massive altitude change over the course of the race. Ducati won’t talk openly about modifications to the motor, though it was suggested that not much work has been done to the machines internally. We can imagine that the bike have had their engines blueprinted, and that none of the major components have been altered.

Source Asphalt&Rubber