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New roadgoing Ducati DesmosediciRR pics:Moto GP for the road

Discussion in 'Motors' started by Draeger, 1 Jun 2006.

  1. Draeger

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    If you look at these pics and dont feel any "stirring" in your loins, then quite frankly, your not breathing. :p

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    The only thing I would say is the rear indicators could be better. Look a little bit of an "afterthought" that slightly spoil the lines.
     
  2. Memphis

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    Want one.

    In fact, want two.
     
  3. i-bert

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    That is very nice.I'm glad Ducati are back on form as i thought the 999 wasn't a patch on the 916 looks wise.
     
  4. penski

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    *fapfapfap*

    *n
     
  5. i-bert

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  6. Tomsk

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    Paint it all black and it's Linguafoeda Acheronsis :D
     
  7. Aliboy

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    Not a single twitch here :D
     
  8. Draeger

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    Someone call an ambulance for Old No. 7 :p
     
  9. cymatty

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    The white bits spoil it. :(

    Would look the sex all red or all black though. :D
     
  10. SoliD

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    that is gorgeous, the lights look like caniving eyes looking for any prey on the roads. im not much of a bike appreciater but i can appreciate beauty, which that desmo is.
     
  11. Maz

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    I'm looking at it and thinking

    "How did they get it to stand up like that?"

    Beautiful though
     
  12. Gilly

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    Looks a bit bland and boring to me.
     
  13. Conanius

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    awesome.
     
  14. mrgubby

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    Nope , don't like it at all .

    It looks fat and heavy and reminds me of a goldfish :confused:

    Now the 916 , thats Raw Sex :D
     
  15. Kreeeee

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    Yep I agree. Give me a mean green machine anyday.
     
  16. andi

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    I like it, but there's something not quite right about the front. Headlights are very 675 too.

    Full carbon fibre fairing painted matt black with the badges showing the weave through, and it'd be stunning though..
     
  17. PardonTheWait

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    It's very... Ducati.
     
  18. moss

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    Ive read somewhere it'll cost £37500! :eek:
     
  19. Shoei

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    Stunning bit of kit.
    Priced around 50,000 euros or £35,000.
    300 being made.
    The engine has 220bhp with race exhaust and intake and some other tweaks.
    Who fancys riding one round mallory with 220bhp??

    Robb
     
  20. Desmo

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    I was going to post this yesterday but didn't have the time.
    IMO it is simply stunning. I did wonder how they'd manage to get the lights fitting in with the front end and I think they've got it just right.

    I also know one lucky bugger who has one on order :mad: