2007 Monster S4R Testatretta Slated for U.S.

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff
From Ducati:

S4R gets more power, less weight and a new front end for 2007

Cupertino, CA – September 7th, 2006 – When first introduced in 2002, the Ducati S4R set the highest performance standard for a modern naked bike. The success of this model led to the birth of an entire Ducati Monster SR range, including the unprecedented new S4Rs, which was highly anticipated and introduced to the public last year.

For 2007, Ducati North America proudly announces a brand new version of the Monster S4R Testastretta, powered by the same Testastretta deep sump L-twin engine that can be found as standard equipment in the 999 Superbike and winning Superbike races around the world.

The performance of the 2007 Monster S4R Testastretta is impressive: the motor boasts a 23 HP gain over its predecessor, increasing from 117 HP to a total of 130 HP. The front end has been redesigned, with radial mount Brembo calipers and fully adjustable inverted Showa forks. The rear suspension boasts a fully adjustable Sachs shock with integrated reservoir and full rear ride height adjustability. In addition, the motorcycle has shed almost 10 pounds of dry weight, which all combine to make the S4R Testastretta an incredibly versatile and agile street fighter.

The S4R Testastretta has the traditional clean lines that define the Monster family, and retains the twin vertically stacked shotgun style silencers and aluminum alloy single-sided swing-arm. New for 2007 are Y-shaped 5 spoke rims that improve the rigidity/weight ratio and reduce unsprung weight, which result in better handling. The motorcycle is available in a stunning titanium/red color scheme that is unique to this model.

The 2007 Monster S4R Testastretta is available now in dealerships and has a MSRP of $12,995 USD ($15,995 CND).


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