Published on 13 Jun 2012 by Adriano
Motocorse - an Italian company specialized in the production of special parts for sportbikes - introduces its own rendition of the Ducati Diavel, dubbed Ducati Diavel DVC Motocorse. The model has been built on the base of the 2011 Diavel, which received both technical and stylistic upgrades in an attempt to create a unique motorcycle without losing the original spirit of the Diavel. Clean and balanced, the Diavel DVC enhances quality and nastiness of the standard model even further.
Motocorse replaced no less than 30 components of the original bike, most of which were taken by their own 2012 catalogue. Definitely worth mentioning are the adjustable footpeg kit with titanium screws, the ‘Quick Action’ titanium fuel cap and a full set of titanium frame caps. The original exhaust unit has been completely redesigned, going from the traditional 2-into-1 scheme to a 2-2-2 one that ends with a pair of titanium mufflers.
Beside providing the bike with some extra power, this new “Motocorse Big 2″ exhaust - which is 60.5 mm in diameter - allowed to save 6.39 kg in weight over the stock version (the standard exhaust weighs 9.14 kg whereas this one is just 2.75 kg). The braking system uses 320×6.3 mm Sicom T-Drive carbon-ceramic discs coupled with Brembo Racing calipers. Ohlins suspension and carbon fiber rims courtesy of BST complete the profile of this aggressive-looking beast. To find out more, visit the on-line Motocorse Store.
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