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All hail the Ducati Diavel

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  • All hail the Ducati Diavel

    The new Ducati Super Bad Monster has been christened as the Ducati Diavel. Revealed by MCN.



    The bike does give a Devlish aura and looks damn menacing. Nothing much has been revealed about the specs though, but judging by the sheer appearance of the bike, and the whole suspense that has been built around, it should be another earth shattering episode from the Italian giant.

    First look aesthetics does match a lot with the current crop of Ducati Monsters, but what I'm interested most, is the engine. The above pic is definitely not the final factory version, which surely would have a lot more clothing on it, but still the looks are enough to send your heart beat racing in anticipation of something jaw dropping.

    Keeping figures crossed to see and faint when the final product comes out!!

    From MCN

    Last edited by csajal; 08-26-2010, 09:01 AM.
    Twist your wrist and feel the shift!!

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    News Approved.
    :)

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    • #3
      Whoa, this is something to look forward to!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sunny View Post
        Whoa, this is something to look forward to!
        A quick look at the rear tire, suggests that the engine should be in the range of 200hp or +, for which such a traction is required!!

        I'm seeing it as a competition to the King - V-Max!! what say??
        Twist your wrist and feel the shift!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by csajal View Post
          A quick look at the rear tire, suggests that the engine should be in the range of 200hp or +, for which such a traction is required!!

          I'm seeing it as a competition to the King - V-Max!! what say??
          I wouldnt use that logic, fat tyres on cruisers are more of a styling norm rather than for any practical reasons. However, the mill from Ducati on this should be definitely powerful, but I doubt it will be 150+ hp.
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          • #6
            I wouldnt exactly call this a cruiser.

            To me it looks more like a MT-01 rip-off.

            A worthy addition to Ducati's stable.
            But it will cost a bomb.

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            • #7
              whooaaa The Ducati Diavel looks like a Devil. Hope to see it in India pretty soon.

              @sajal bhai have the specs being revealed????
              Regards,

              Adhip Varma

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sunny View Post
                I wouldnt use that logic, fat tyres on cruisers are more of a styling norm rather than for any practical reasons. However, the mill from Ducati on this should be definitely powerful, but I doubt it will be 150+ hp.
                hmmm..... makes sense Sunny!! But going by the immaculate design sense of the Italians.... I was beginning to think of something monstrous around

                Originally posted by adp228@gmail.com View Post
                whooaaa The Ducati Diavel looks like a Devil. Hope to see it in India pretty soon.

                @sajal bhai have the specs being revealed????
                Adhip bhai.... I've my eagle eyes jacked to the WWW for the specs... the moment I spot them....I'll update them
                Twist your wrist and feel the shift!!

                My own thoughts - Throttle

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                • #9
                  Is this an upgrade or replacement to any existing model?
                  Smoke rubber,not tobacco.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RanjithMN View Post
                    Is this an upgrade or replacement to any existing model?
                    It is an all new model.




                    Did anyone notice the practically non-existent rear seat?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AMG View Post
                      It is an all new model.




                      Did anyone notice the practically non-existent rear seat?
                      The world is basically a monogamist planet.... specially when it comes to a smoking hot lady like this... and add to it a devlish dark hue.... well you won't like have someone riding pillion (I wanted to use a different more appropriate word, but that would have gone a bit out of the line )

                      But I guess before making any final impression about the bike, we should wait for the final production version of it.
                      Twist your wrist and feel the shift!!

                      My own thoughts - Throttle

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by AMG View Post
                        Did anyone notice the practically non-existent rear seat?
                        bro who wants the rear seat...I ride alone
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                        Adhip Varma

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                        • #13
                          I am so much in love with this thing that I am going to buy it. (For now in my dreams only but as soon as I hit a lottery I am running towards the Ducati showroom.)
                          Rachit K Dogra

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                          • #14
                            I think it would more of the Torque that would be mind blowing than the HP.

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                            • #15
                              Now this is what I call Beauty in THE Beast . :-).
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