6K-Mile Ducati Monster 1100 Evo exchanges stock exhaust with aftermarket substitute

Take a minute to appreciate how clean this Monster 2012 MY looks.

With desirable characteristics like abs and traction control, the bike we’ll analyze below is often praised for its exceptionally smooth ride. The first version of Ducati’s prestigious Monster 1100 Evo saw the light of day in 2011, featuring top-notch suspensions, Brembo brakes and an air-cooled 1,078cc L-twin engine.

The desmodromic juggernaut is paired with a wet multi-plate hydraulic clutch and six-speed transmission, which spins the V-spoke rear hoop through a chain final drive. When prompted, the twin-cylinder engine can deliver up to 100 hp and 76 lb-ft (103 Nm) of crushing torque, allowing its wearer to reach a top speed of 140 mph (225 km / h).

A tubular steel trellis skeleton is responsible for holding the powertrain components in place, and its front end rests on inverted 43 mm (1.7 inch) Marzocchi forks. At the opposite pole, the suspension tasks are carried out by a single progressive shock absorber from Sachs. The Duke gets its stopping power from two 320mm (12.6in) brake discs in the north and a 245mm (9.6in) rotor at six o’clock.

The photo gallery in this article features an undamaged 2012 MY Monster 1100 Evo with just under 5,900 miles (9,500 km) on the odometer. Examining this immaculate creature, you’ll be greeted by a tasty selection of aftermarket mods, including a Bitubo steering damper, red anodized fluid reservoirs, and a Termignoni exhaust with two carbon-coated mufflers.

In addition, the owner of the bike flushed out the engine oil and installed Michelin Power 5 tires to ensure good grip on the tarmac. This sublime Italian machine is looking for a new home on Iconic Motorbike Auctions, but the highest bid of $ 1,000 is nowhere near the reserve. If you feel inclined to submit yours, be sure to pay the IMA platform a visit in the next few days, as the bidding deadline is December 2nd.

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