Test Drive 2016 Ducati Hypermotard 939 SP. The new 937 cc Ducati Testastretta 11° engine guarantees a maximum power of 113 horsepower and most of all a 10% increase in torque compared to the previous version. The new top-end improves the torque throughout the rev range: it is now up to 18% at medium speeds, highlighting the racing nature of the family. This twin- cylinder engine, with the oil cooler guaranteeing top performance even in the most demanding conditions, is encased in the iconic Hypermotard signature steel tube Trellis frame.
The Hypermotard 939 SP has a livery inspired by the MotoGP, a weight of 178 kg and at the front a fully adjustable 48 mm diameter upside-down Öhlins fork with 185 mm travel. The rear suspension uses a fully adjustable Öhlins shock absorber which allows for 175 mm rear wheel travel. With three dedicated riding modes (Race, Sport and Wet), ABS and DTC, the new Hypermotard 939 SP is ready to face any challenge. The raised ride height of the SP version allows for a 47.5° lean angle, essential for extreme race-track riding. These specifications take the ride height of the Hypermotard 939 SP to 890 mm. A 20 mm lower saddle is available as a Ducati accessory on request. An uncompromising sports bike, proudly showing off its racing nature with a new SP colour scheme featuring a red Trellis frame, magnesium valve covers and carbon fibre parts. The Hypermotard 939 SP uses Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres.
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