Is the Ducati Streetfighter 848 a good bike?
The Streetfighter 848 is a really lovely naked bike that although looking a bit of a dog’s dinner is very good fun to ride thanks to its wonderfully balanced chassis. The issue in the used market is that even at the lower end of the price range, the Streetfighter is a lot of cash for a middleweight naked bike.
Is the Ducati 848 reliable?
The engine in the 848 is known for its reliability and has increased service intervals over and above its predecessor. Service every 7500 miles, belts every two years with valve clearances checked at 15,000 miles. The only model to receive a quickshifter was the Ducati 848 EVO.
Is the Ducati 848 fast?
The Ducati 848 isn’t just a small 1098, it’s much more than that. It’s a proper fast (top speed is 166mph), fine-handling, gorgeous Ducati superbike in its own right. It’s no longer the poor relation to its big brother, like the 748 and 749 used to be.
How many miles can a Ducati 848 last?
Ducati 848 (848 Evo) (2007-2014) spec
|Original price||£9436 (£10,500)|
|Tank size||16 litres|
|Max range to empty (theoretical)||134 miles|
|Reserve capacity||25 miles|
|Rider aids||Only the 2012 Evo Corse comes with traction control and a quickshifter|
Is Ducati Streetfighter comfortable?
In short, this means that the Streetfighter, despite its menacing look and aggressive name, is pretty damn comfortable, even on crappy SoCal roads. The Brembo Stylema four-piston front brake calipers are gorgeous chunks of milled aluminum, first debuting on Ducati’s Panigale V4.
Can you lower a Ducati 848?
Registered. do not lower your bike. it will be the worst mistake you will make on the bike.
Does Ducati 848 have slipper clutch?
The original clutch is easily replaced with our slipper clutch, allowing riders to test new limits with greater confidence and grip, both on the track on the roads, eliminating locking of the rear wheel during downshifting and increasing speed out of corners.