Ducati GP 2008 CS1

Front suspension

42mm ohlins fork with magnesium caps, 130mm maximum travel with magnesium steering damper and travel sensor

Front brake

Double 320 mm carbon disc, Brembo al / li monobloc caliper with 2 radial mount pads

Frame

Supporting engine, steel tube trellis and light alloy swingarm with traditional truss

Engine

Four-cylinder 4-stroke, 90 ° V, 799 cc with desmodromic distribution
Maximum power: N.D.

Front suspension

42mm ohlins fork with magnesium caps, 130mm maximum travel with magnesium steering damper and travel sensor

Front brake

Double 320 mm carbon disc, Brembo al / li monobloc caliper with 2 radial mount pads

Ducati GP 2008 CS1

Frame

Supporting engine, steel tube trellis and light alloy swingarm with traditional truss

Engine

Four-cylinder 4-stroke, 90 ° V, 799 cc with desmodromic distribution
Maximum power: N.D.

Data sheet

Motore:

4 tempi, quattro cilindri a V di 90°

Alesaggio x corsa:

n.d.

Cilindrata:

799 cc

Rapporto di compressione:

n.d.

Distribuzione:

desmodromica con doppio albero a camme in testa e quattro valvole per cilindro

Raffreddamento:

a liquido

Alimentazione:

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Trasmissione primaria:

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Trasmissione finale:

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Frizione:

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Cambio:

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Potenza max:

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Telaio:

ibrido in carbonio-alluminio

Sospensione anteriore:

forcella upside down in magnesio

Sospensione posteriore:

forcellone oscillante in lega leggera o
in carbonio con monoammortizzatore Öhlins, escursore ruota 130 mm

Freno anteriore:

doppio disco in carbonio da 320 mm con pinze Brembo

Freno posteriore:

singolo in carbonio da 194 mm con pinze Brembo

Pneumatici:

Michelin ant. 12/60, post. 18/67

Peso:

130 kg

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“Compared to the GP7, the GP8 reminds me of a more difficult year. It started in 2007 with a victory in Qatar - for the first time ever running at night with artificial lights - but ended with "only" five wins and the second place in the World Championship. It was an evolution of the GP7 and it had everything to allow us to win the World Championship again, but ... we couldn't. They are both examples of the "Italian genius", born from the mind of Eng. Filippo Preziosi who - in my opinion - remains the greatest racing bike designer of recent years. It is wonderful to see both of them in the hands of an enthusiast like Genesio in such an incredible context!”