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  • Page 1 Owner’s manual SS800...
  • Page 3 Ducati motorcycle. We think you Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. declines any liability will ride your Ducati motorcycle for long journeys as well as whatsoever for any mistakes incurred in drawing up this short daily trips. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. wishes you manual.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Choke lever 21 Rh switch 22 Throttle twistgrip 23 Front brake lever 23 Rear brake pedal 24 Gear change pedal 24 Setting the gear change and rear brake pedals 25 Main Components and Devices 26 Position on the vehicle 26 General 6 Fuel tank plug 27 Warranty 6...
  • Page 5 Lifting the fuel tank 43 Top-ups 69 Changing the air filter 44 Engine 70 Checking brake and clutch fluid level 45 Timing system 70 Checking brake pads for wear 47 Performance data 71 Lubricating cables and joints 48 Brakes 71 Throttle cable adjustment 49 Transmission 72 Charging the battery 50...
  • Page 6: General

    Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. advises you to read this booklet carefully so as to become familiar with your motorcycle. In case of any doubts, please call a Ducati dealer or authorised workshop. The information contained herein will prove useful on your trips - and Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. wishes you smooth, enjoyable riding - and will help you keep the performance of your motorcycle unchanged for a long time.
  • Page 7: Useful Information For Safe Riding

    Useful information for safe riding Be sure you are clearly visible and do not ride within the blind spot of vehicles ahead. Be very careful when tackling road junctions, or when riding Warning in the areas near exits from private grounds, car parks or on Read this section before riding your motorcycle.
  • Page 8: Carrying The Maximum Load Allowed

    Carrying the maximum load allowed Your motorcycle is designed for long-distance riding, carrying the maximum load allowed in full safety. Even weight distribution is critical to preserving these safety features and avoiding trouble when performing sudden manoeuvres or riding on bumpy roads. Information about carrying capacity The total weight of the motorcycle in running order including rider, pillion passenger, luggage and additional accessories...
  • Page 9: Identification Data

    Identification data All Ducati motorcycles have two identification numbers, for frame (fig. 1) and engine (fig. 2). Frame number Engine number Note These numbers identify the motorcycle model and should always be indicated when ordering spare parts. fig. 1 fig. 2...
  • Page 10: Controls

    Controls Warning This section details the position and function of all the controls you need to drive your motorcycle. Be sure to read this information carefully before you use the controls. Position of motorcycle controls (fig. 3) 1) Instrument panel. 2) Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock 3) Left switch.
  • Page 11: Instrument Panel

    Instrument panel (fig. 4.1 and fig. 4.2) 1) High beam light (blue). Comes on when high beam is on. 2) Indicators repeater light (green). Comes on and flashes when a turn indicator is on. 3) Fuel warning light (yellow). Comes on when there are about 4 litres fuel left in the tank. 4) Neutral light N (green).
  • Page 12 7) EOBD light (amber). When on, engine operation is inhibited. It goes out after a few seconds (usually 1.8 - 2 sec.). 8) Tachometer (km/h). Gives road speed. a) LCD (1): - Odometer (km). Gives total distance covered. - Trip meter (km). This function indicates the distance covered since the meter was last reset.
  • Page 13: Lcd Unit Functions

    LCD unit functions When turning the key from OFF to ON (Key-ON) the instrument panel carries out a Check of the whole instruments: indexes, displays and pilot lights (see fig. 5 and fig. 6). LCD (1) Press button (A, fig. 6) with key ON to alternately display trip meter and odometer indications and, if the reserve fuel light is on, indication of distance covered with fuel reserve (trip fuel function).
  • Page 14 Oil temperature When the oil temperature goes below 50 °C (122 °F), "LO" will be displayed. "HI" will be displayed when the temperature exceeds 170 °C ( 338 °F). Fuel light When the reserve light turns on, the writing “FUEL” is shown on display (2, fig.
  • Page 15: The Immobilizer System

    It contains the “code” of your immobilizer system and shall not be used for everyday use of your Ducati motorcycle. Your Ducati dealer might ask you to bring it in for some service operations. For safety reasons, this tool (red key) can not be replaced.
  • Page 16: Code Card

    Note The three keys have a small plate (1) attached that reports their identification number. Warning Keep the keys in different places. Store the plate (1) and the key A in a safe place. It is also recommended to use always the same black key to start the bike.
  • Page 17: Procedure To Disable Immobilizer Engine Block Through Throttle Twistgrip

    Procedure to disable immobilizer engine Note block through throttle twistgrip Should the throttle twistgrip be released before the set time, the warning light turns on again. It is then necessary to 1) Turn the key to ON and fully open throttle. Keep it open. bring the key to OFF and restart the procedure from point (1).
  • Page 18: Duplicate Keys

    Operation When the ignition key is turned to OFF, the immobilizer If you need any duplicate keys, contact the DUCATI Service inhibits engine operation. When the ignition key is turned network with all the keys you have left and your CODE back to ON to start the engine, the following happens: CARD.
  • Page 19: Key-operated Ignition Switch And Steering Lock

    Key-operated ignition switch and steering lock (fig. 10) It is located in front of the fuel tank and has four positions: A) ON: lights and engine on; B) OFF: lights and engine off; C) LOCK: steering locked; D) P: parking light and steering lock. Note To move the key to the last two positions, press it down before turning it.
  • Page 20: Lh Switch

    LH switch (fig. 11) 1) Dip switch, light dip switch, two positions: position = low beam on; position = high beam on. 2) Switch = 3-position turn indicator: centre position = OFF; position = left turn; position = right turn. To cancel turn indicators, push in once switch returns to central position.
  • Page 21: Clutch Lever

    Clutch lever (fig. 12) When you pull in the lever (1), you will disengage the engine from the gearbox and therefore from the driving wheel. Using the clutch properly is essential to smooth riding, especially when moving off. Important Using the clutch properly will avoid damage to transmission parts and spare the engine.
  • Page 22: Rh Switch

    Rh switch (fig. 14) 1) ENGINE STOP switch, two positions: position (RUN) = run. position (OFF) = stop. Warning This switch is mainly intended for use in emergency cases when you need to stop the engine quickly. After stopping the engine, return the switch to the position enable starting.
  • Page 23: Throttle Twistgrip

    Throttle twistgrip (fig. 15) The twistgrip (1) on the right handlebar opens the throttles. When released, it will spring back to the initial position (idling speed). Front brake lever (fig. 15) Pull in the lever (2) towards the twistgrip to operate the front brake.
  • Page 24: Rear Brake Pedal

    Rear brake pedal (fig. 16) Push down on the pedal (1) to apply the rear brake. The system is hydraulically operated. Gear change pedal (fig. 17) Gear change pedal features a rest central position N with automatic spring-back, can move in two ways: down = press down the pedal to engage the 1st gear and to shift down.
  • Page 25: Setting The Gear Change And Rear Brake Pedals

    Setting the gear change and rear brake pedals The gear change and rear brake pedals can be adjusted to suit the preferred riding position of each rider. To set the gear change pedal, hold the rod (1) and loosen lock nuts (2) and (3).
  • Page 26: Main Components And Devices

    Main Components and Devices Position on the vehicle (fig. 20) 1) Tank filler plug 2) Seat catch and helmet hooks 3) Side stand. 4) Rear-view mirrors. 5) Rear shock absorber adjusters. fig. 20...
  • Page 27: Fuel Tank Plug

    Fuel tank plug (fig. 21) Opening Lift the protection lid (1) and fit the ignition key into the lock. OPEN Turn the key clockwise 1/4 turn to unlock. Lift the plug. Closing Refit the plug with the key in it and push it down into its seat. Turn the key anticlockwise to its initial position and take it out.
  • Page 28: Seat Catch And Helmet Hooks

    Seat catch and helmet hooks Opening (fig. 22) Fit the ignition key into the lock (1) and turn the key clockwise until the rear end of the seat lifts up. Pull the seat backwards to slide it off its front holders (3). At the front end of the compartment underneath the seat, there are the helmet hooks (2, fig.
  • Page 29: Side Stand

    Side stand Note (fig. 24) Check for proper operation of the stand mechanism (two springs, one into the other) and the safety sensor (2) at Important regular intervals. Before lowering the side stand, make sure that the bearing surface is hard and flat. Note Do not park on soft or pebbled ground or on asphalt melt by It is possible to start the engine with side stand down...
  • Page 30: Rear Shock Absorber Adjusters

    Rear shock absorber adjusters Rear shock absorbers feature spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjusters. The adjuster (1, fig. 26) on the shock absorber expansion reservoir - LH side of the frame - controls compression damping. The adjuster (2, fig. 25) on the left of the connection holding the shock absorber to the swingarm controls rebound damping.
  • Page 31 STANDARD setting: - Compression adjuster (1, fig. 26) 25 clicks. - Rebound adjuster (2, fig. 25) 6 clicks. STANDARD spring length: 177 mm Warning The shock absorber is filled with gas under pressure and may cause severe damage if taken apart by unskilled persons.
  • Page 32: Directions For Use

    Directions for Use Up to 1000 km During the first 1000 km, keep an eye on the rev counter. It should never exceed 5500-6000 rpm. During the first hours of riding, it is advisable to run the engine at varying load and rpm, though still within recommended limit.
  • Page 33: Pre-ride Checks

    Failure to comply with these rules will Lights and indicators release Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. from any liability Make sure lights, indicators and horn work properly. Replace whatsoever for resulting engine damage or shorter engine any burnt-out bulbs (page 53).
  • Page 34: Starting The Engine

    Starting the engine Note Follow the "High ambient temperature" procedure to start the engine when it is warm. Warning Before starting the engine, become familiar with the controls you will need to use when riding. Regular ambient temperature (10 °C/50 °F to 35 °C/ 95 °F): 1) Move the ignition key to ON (fig.
  • Page 35 2) Move the cold start lever to the B position (fig. 30). 3) Check that the stop switch (1) is positioned to (RUN), then press the starter button (2). This model is equipped with a servoignition system. To achieve assisted engine starting, press the button (2) and release it immediately.
  • Page 36: Moving Off

    Moving off High ambient temperature (over 35 °C/95 °F): Follow the same procedure for “Regular ambient 1) Disengage the clutch squeezing the control lever. temperature”, however, do not use the cold start device. 2) Push down on gear change lever sharply with the tip of Cold ambient temperature (below 10 °C/50 °F): your foot to engage the first gear.
  • Page 37: Braking

    Braking Stopping the motorcycle Slow down in time, shift down to engine-brake first and then If you let go of the throttle twistgrip, the motorcycle will slow brake applying both brakes. Pull the clutch lever before down gradually and smoothly. Then, shift down releasing the stopping the motorcycle, to avoid sudden engine stop.
  • Page 38: Refuelling

    Warning Max level The exhaust system might be hot, even after engine is switched off; pay particular attention not to touch exhaust system with any body part and do not park the vehicle next to inflammable material (wood, leaves etc.). Warning Using padlocks or other locks designed to prevent motorcycle motion, such as brake disc locks, rear sprocket...
  • Page 39: Tool Kit And Accessories

    Tool kit and accessories (fig. 32) Accommodated in the compartment under the seat is a bag (1) holding: an Owner’s manual; a helmet fastening cable; a tool kit for usual maintenance and checks stored in the top pocket. To reach this compartment, the seat must be removed by opening the catch (page 28).
  • Page 40: Main Maintenance Operations

    Main Maintenance Operations Removing the fairing Some servicing operations need the motorcycle fairing to be removed. Warning Firmly secure all removed parts when refitting them, otherwise some of them might suddenly come off when fig. 34 riding and you may lose control of your motorcycle. Side body panels Important Unscrew the three screws (1) that hold each body panel to...
  • Page 41 Unscrew the screw (3) that holds the left body panel to the side stand fixing plate. Unscrew the screw (4) that holds the right body panel to the rear brake pedal shaft. Disconnect the indicator connectors. Unscrew the four screws (5) that join the body panels together at the bottom end and remove the body panels.
  • Page 42 Headlight fairing Unscrew the two nuts (1, fig. 37) that hold the rear view mirrors to the headlamp fairing. Remove the rear view mirrors. Unscrew the three screws (2, fig. 38) that hold each body panel to the headlight fairing. Move the body panels slightly apart and unscrew the four screws (3, fig.
  • Page 43: Lifting The Fuel Tank

    Lifting the fuel tank (fig. 40 - fig. 41) Remove the seat (see page 28). Pull the clip (1, fig. 40) upwards to disengage it from the tank catch. Lift the tank and unhook the service rod (2, fig. 41) from its retainer (3).
  • Page 44: Changing The Air Filter

    Changing the air filter (fig. 42 - fig. 43) Replace air filter at the required intervals shown in the routine maintenance chart (see Warranty Card). The air box is accessible after lifting the fuel tank. Undo the clips (1) of the cover on both sides of the air box, then remove cover (2).
  • Page 45: Checking Brake And Clutch Fluid Level

    44 If you find exceeding play on brake lever or pedal and brake pads are still in good condition, contact your Ducati Dealer or an Authorised Workshop to have the system inspected and any air drained out of the circuit.
  • Page 46 If the control lever has exceeding play and the transmission snatches or jams as you try to engage a gear, it means that there is air in the circuit. Contact your Ducati Dealer or an Authorised Workshop to have the system inspected and air drained out.
  • Page 47: Checking Brake Pads For Wear

    Rear brake The friction material on each pad should be at least 1 mm thick. Important Have the brake pads replaced at a Ducati Dealer or fig. 47 Authorised Workshop.
  • Page 48: Lubricating Cables And Joints

    Work the controls to make sure the cable slides smoothly inside the sheath: if you feel any friction or hard spots, have the cable replaced by a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Workshop. To prevent these failures, smear the ends of the Bowden cables with SHELL Advance Grease or Retinax LX2 at regular intervals.
  • Page 49: Throttle Cable Adjustment

    Throttle cable adjustment 1,5÷2 mm The throttle twistgrip must have a free play of 1.5 - 2 mm measured at the edge of the twistgrip, at all positions of the handlebars. If it needs adjusting, use the suitable adjuster (1, fig.
  • Page 50: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery (fig. 51) Before charging the battery, it is best to remove it from the motorcycle. – Always disconnect the black negative terminal (-) first, and then the red positive terminal (+). Undo the straps (1) and remove the battery. Warning Batteries develop explosive gases: keep it away from heat sources.
  • Page 51: Chain Tensioning

    Chain tensioning Turn the rear wheel slowly until you find the position where chain is tightest. Put motorcycle on the side stand and push the chain up pressing with a finger at mid-length of swingarm. The lower stretch of chain must have a slack of 25-30 mm.
  • Page 52: Chain Lubrication

    Chain lubrication The chain fitted on your motorcycle has O-rings that keep dirt out of and lubricant inside the sliding parts. The seals might be irreparably damaged if the chain is cleaned using any solvent other than those specific for O-ring chains or washed using steam or water jets.
  • Page 53: Replacing Bulbs

    Replacing bulbs Before replacing a burnt-out bulb, make sure that the new one complies with voltage and wattage as specified on the Electric System for that lighting device (page 75). Always test the new lamp before refitting the parts you have removed. Headlight To gain access to headlamp bulbs you will need to work behind the headlamp fairing.
  • Page 54 Reassembly Insert the locating pegs of the bulb base into their seats to obtain correct alignment. Hook the clip (2) to the headlamp holders; reconnect the connector (1) you have detached previously and refit the rubber cover. The parking light bulb is fitted on the top section of the headlamp body.
  • Page 55: Turn Indicators

    Turn indicators (fig. 57) Remove the screw (1) and detach the glass (2) from the indicator body holder. The bulb is of the banjo-type: press and rotate anticlockwise to remove; fit the spare bulb by pressing and turning clockwise until it clicks. Refit the glass sliding the small tab (A) into the suitable slot in the indicator body and tighten the screw (1).
  • Page 56: Stop Light

    Stop light To replace the stop and parking light bulb, unscrew the two screws (1, fig. 59) that secure the glass and remove glass. The bulb is of the banjo-type: press and rotate anticlockwise to remove; fit the spare bulb by pressing and turning clockwise until it clicks (fig.
  • Page 57: Beam Setting

    Beam setting (fig. 61) When checking beam setting, put the motorcycle upright. Tyres should be inflated at the correct pressure and one person should be sitting astride the motorcycle, keeping it at right angles to its longitudinal axis. Place the motorcycle opposite a wall or a screen, 10 meters apart from it, then draw a horizontal line dictated by headlamp centre and a vertical one in line with the longitudinal axis of motorcycle.
  • Page 58: Tyres

    Tyres The height of the light beam can be corrected using the screw (1, fig. 62) on the left side of the headlamp. Turn the Front tyre pressure: screw clockwise to lower the beam, anticlockwise to raise it. 2.1-2.2 bar Rear tyre pressure: The side position of the headlamp is adjusted using the 2.12.3 bar...
  • Page 59 Tyre repair or replacement Minimum tread depth In the event of a tiny puncture, tubeless tyres will take a long Measure tread depth (S, fig. 63) at the point where tread is time to deflate, as they tend to keep air inside. If you find low most worn down.
  • Page 60: Checking Engine Oil Level

    Undo the filler plug (2) and top up to correct level. Refit the plug. Important Engine oil and oil filters must be changed by a Ducati fig. 64 dealer or authorised workshop at regular intervals, as specified in the routine maintenance chart (see Warranty Card).
  • Page 61: Cleaning And Replacing The Spark Plugs

    Cleaning and replacing the spark plugs (fig. 65) 0,6÷0,7 mm Spark plugs are essential to smooth engine running and should be checked at regular intervals. This is done quite easily and quickly and provides a good measure of engine condition. Remove the l.h.
  • Page 62: Cleaning The Motorcycle

    Cleaning the motorcycle Warning To preserve the finish of metal parts and paintwork, wash Braking performance may be impaired immediately and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals, anyway after washing the motorcycle. according to the road conditions you ride in. Use specific products only.
  • Page 63: Storing The Bike Away

    Ducati original spare parts complying with local so a protective film of oil will spread on cylinder inner walls;...
  • Page 64: Maintenance

    Maintenance Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the dealer Km. x1000 List of operations and type of intervention mi. x1000 22,5 37,5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Months • • • • • • Change engine oil •...
  • Page 65 Km. x1000 List of operations and type of intervention mi. x1000 22,5 37,5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Months • • • • • Check throttle body synchronisation and idling (1) • • • • • • Check brake and clutch fluid level •...
  • Page 66 Km. x1000 List of operations and type of intervention mi. x1000 22,5 37,5 [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Months • Change front fork fluid • • • • • Check front fork and rear shock absorber for leakage •...
  • Page 67: Scheduled Maintenance Chart: Operations To Be Performed By The Customer

    Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the customer Km. x1000 List of operations and type of intervention [set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] mi. x1000 Months • Check engine oil level • Check brake and clutch fluid level •...
  • Page 68: Technical Data

    Technical Data Overall dimensions (mm) (fig. 66) Weights 1405 Dry weight: 2030 182,3 Kg. Carrying full load: 385 Kg. Warning Failure to observe weight limits could result in poor handling and impair the performance of your motorcycle, and you may lose control of the motorcycle. fig.
  • Page 69: Top-ups

    Top-ups Type of fluid cu dm (litres) Fuel tank, including a reserve of 4 cu dm Unleaded fuel with 95 fuel octane rating (at (litres) least) Oil sump and oil filter SHELL - Advance Ultra 4 Clutch and front/rear brake systems Special fluid for hydraulic systems SHELL - —...
  • Page 70: Engine

    Engine Desmodromic timing system fig. 67 1) Opening (or upper) rocker. Twin cylinder, four-stroke, 90° “L" type, longitudinal. 2) Opening rocker shim. Bore, mm: 3) Split rings; 4) Closing (or lower) rocker shim. Stroke, mm: 5) Return spring for lower rocker. 6) Closing (or lower) rocker.
  • Page 71: Performance Data

    Performance data Rear With fixed drilled disc. Maximum speed in any gear should be reached only after a Braking material: correct running-in period with the motorcycle properly stainless steel. serviced at the recommended intervals. Disc diameter: 245 mm Brakes Hydraulically operated by a pedal on RH side. Braking surface: 32 sq.
  • Page 72: Transmission

    15/39. If you wish to tune up your motorcycle for competitive trials, Total gear ratios: you may refer to Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. who will be gear 13/32 glad to provide information about the special ratios available. gear 18/30...
  • Page 73: Frame

    Frame Tyres Tubular trestle frame with upper section made of high- strength steel. Front Steering angle (on each side): Tubeless, radial tyre. 28°. Size: Steering head angle: 120/70-ZR17. 24°. Trail: Rear 96 mm Tubeless, radial tyre. Size: 170/60-ZR17. Wheels Three-spoke, light-alloy rims. As an alternative: 180/55-ZR17.
  • Page 74: Fuel System

    Fuel system Shock absorber stroke: 71 mm MARELLI indirect electronic fuel injection. Rear wheel travel: Throttle body diameter: 136 mm 45 mm Injector per cylinder: 1 Firing points per injector: 1 Exhaust system Fuel specifications: 95-98 RON. Catalysed in compliance with EURO2 emission regulations. USA version: not catalysed Suspensions Front...
  • Page 75: Available Colours

    Available colours Starter motor, 12V-0.7 kW. Tail light and brake signal: Ducati Anniversary red F_473.101 (PPG); bulb type: P21/5W (12V-5/21W). Red frame and black rims. Number plate light: bulb type: W5W (12-5W). Electric system Note Basic electric items are: Headlight: See "Replacing bulbs"on page 53 for relevant...
  • Page 76 Fuses The main fuse box is located on the left side of the battery (fig. 68). To expose the fuses, take off the box protective cover (1). Mounting position and ampere capacity are marked on box cover. The main fuse box is located on the left side of the battery and contains 8 fuses.
  • Page 77 Injection /electric system diagram key 31) Timing/rpm sensor 32) Oil temperature sensor (control unit). 1) Right switch. 33) ECU 5.9 M. 2) Transponder Antenna. 34) Neutral switch 3) Ignition switch 35) Oil pressure switch 4) Main relay. 36) Front stop switch 5) Fuse box 37) Clutch switch 6) Horn.
  • Page 78 Wire colour coding Legend to fuse box (5) B Blue W White Pos. El. item Rat. V Violet Bk Black Main 30 A Y Yellow R Red 2-10 Parking lights, high /low 15 A Lb Light blue beam and solenoid starter Gr Grey 3-11 G Green...
  • Page 79: For United States Of America Version Only

    Noise emission warranty Reporting of safety defects Ducati Motor S.p.A. warrants that this exhaust system, at the time of sale, meets all applicable U.S. EPA Federal noise If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could standards.
  • Page 80: Tampering Warning

    (2) the use of the vehicle after such device or element of Ducati utilizes lean carburetor settings and other systems to design has been removed or rendered inoperative by any reduce carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.
  • Page 81: Riding Safety

    Riding safety When the roadway is wet, rely more on the throttle to control vehicle speed and less on the front and rear brakes. The points given below are applicable for every day The throttle should also be used judiciously to avoid skidding motorcycle use and shoud be carefully observed for safe and the rear wheel from too rapid acceleration or deceleration.
  • Page 82: Protective Apparel

    Ducati does not manufacture sidecars or trailers and cannot predict the effects of such accessories on handling or stability, but can only warn that the effects will be adverse...
  • Page 83 Label location (fig. B)
  • Page 85: California Evaporation Emission System

    United States Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board. Any part or parts replaced under this warranty shall become the property of Ducati. In the state of California only, emissions related warranted parts are specifically defined by that state’s Emissions Warranty Parts List.
  • Page 86 Ducati motorcycle for any compensation. purpose. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of any incidental or consequential damages, so the above II.
  • Page 87 Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts so the above limitation may not apply to you. C. No dealer is authorized to modify this Ducati Limited Emission Control Systems Warranty. IV. Legal rights This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
  • Page 88: Routine Maintenance Record

    Routine Maintenance Record Ducati Mileage Date Service Name 1,000 12,000 7,500 24,000 15,000 36,000 22,500 48,000 30,000 60,000 37,500...
  • Page 89 Ducati Motor Holding spa 913.7.113.1E Via Cavalieri Ducati, 3 Stampato 03/2004 40132 Bologna, Italy Tel 39.051.6413111 Fax 39.051.406580 www.ducati.com...

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