How many miles can a Ducati 848 last?

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

What’s the difference between Ducati 848 and 848 Evo?

The Ducati 848 gets the regular factory Ducati brakes, but the Evo receives a high-performance and stylish Brembo brake kit. You guessed it, the Evo is much better in this regard, meaning you get stronger braking performance that allows you to brake late and hard while still being able to stop at the right moment.

What kind of oil does a 2008 Ducati 848 take?

Usually Ducati recommneds 20w-50 for most conditions.

What’s the maintenance schedule for a Ducati Streetfighter 848?

You’ll also find it’s quite similar to the maintenance schedule for the Ducati Streetfighter 848, as well as its bigger sibling the Ducati 1098. This site has links to Amazon for things like oil and spark plugs from which we earn a commission (which unfortunately nobody can save, not even us).

What is the part number on a Ducati 848 Evo?

Ducati 848 EVO: EBC FA447HH. Original part number 61340381A, EBC part number FA266HH for more bite/feel. NGK code MAR10A-J. Note they’re sold individually. This is maintenance that you can do yourself (though the manual says you need a dealer to do it).

How many miles does it take to service a Ducati?

Even the simplest services, the Oil Service, have been spaced out to 12,000 km (7,500 miles) or 15,000 km (9,000 miles), values that represent an absolute reference for high performance engines.

When do you need Desmo service on a Ducati?

Check your bike The enjoyment of riding, reliability and maximum containment of maintenance costs are among the main criteria that drive every engineering project in Ducati. We have spread out services to intervals of 24,000 km (15,000 miles) and on some models the main Desmo Service is not necessary until 30,000 km (18,000 miles).