Ducati, 1976, 900 Super Sport

Ducati 900 Super Sport – 1976 – Italia

The 900 SS is a motorcycle made by Ducati from 1975 to 1982.

This bike was placed side by side and then replaced the 750 SS, from which it took all the fairing, while the windshield colors were inverted compared to the previous bike.

In 1977 the second series of the 900 SS was introduced, similar to the previous, with the exception of the fuel tank. The following year the mk3 came and was also available as a two-seater other than the classic monoposto version; to the traditional silver-blue painting, a new golden-black one was available. For the first time alloy wheels were introduced. In 1980 the mk4 came with new colors and wheels.

Ducati also sold many special parts to increase the performance of the bike: straight exhausts, camshafts, carburetor jets and parts, oil radiator and a full-fairing.

The career of the 900 SS ended in 1982, when it was replaced by the 900 S2, after 6103 bikes made.

 

Vehicle
Marque: Ducati
Model: 900 Super Sport
Cylinder number / Capacity: 2/864 cc
Power: 80 bhp at 7000 rpm
Speed: 215 kph
Bodywork:
Marque: Ducati
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