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Vintage Motorcycle Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO 2010

2010 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO Motorcycle Cover

2010 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO Black Motorcycle Pictures
2010 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO Motorcycle Photos

2010 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO Sports Motorcycle

2010 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO Pictures

Engineers used the same Vacural® technology employed for the lightweight Superbike engines when they vacuum die-cast the Hypermotard 1100 crankcases, a process that The 1100 air-cooled Desmodue Evoluzione engine truly is an 'evolution' - both in power and weight - and is responsible for the model name extension 1100 EVO. And with 81hp (59.6kW) of smooth and flexible power, the 796 is a very credible package. Their complete redesign of the crankcases rewarded them with an incredible saving of 1.2kg (2.64lb) compared to the 696 castings, and the new 796 crankshaft with 848-style flywheel further reduced the overall engine weight to an impressive 1.9kg (4.2lb) savings over the 696 power unit.
Lighter, more powerful engines While the chassis department were busy reducing the weight of the frame, the engine department went back to the drawing board for the 796 and started with a clean sheet of paper. They realised that almost all of the heavy forged sections of the construction could be completely removed without reducing its strength or its performance, so they applied it to the entire family. But it could be made lighter. Its ability to handle the abundant torque from the L-Twin engine and its rigidity under powerful Brembo braking are just a few reasons why Ducati's chassis department would never want to change it.
Lighter Trellis frame The quick and precise handling that the Hypermotard provides is down to the construction and geometry of its famous Trellis frame. Ducati applied their usual engineering process of evolution to an already successful model by improving it in the two most effective ways possible: Less weight and more power. But what could really be changed to make it better? The original Hypermotard was built to thrill, with its dirtbike stance, empowering, asphalt-attacking riding position and enough torque on tap to elicit a smile with each twist of the throttle.


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