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Ducati 750 GT

Ducati 750 GT
Manufacturer Ducati
Production 1972–1974
Class Standard
Engine 748 cc (45.6 cu in) air-cooled 90° V-twin
Bore / stroke 80.0 mm × 74.4 mm (3.15 in × 2.93 in)
Compression ratio 8.5:1
Top speed 200 km/h
Power 37.3 kW (50.0 hp) @ 5,250 rpm
Transmission 5 speed
Suspension Front: hydraulic telescoping forks
Rear: swing arm with adjustable hydraulic shocks
Brakes Front: 280 mm disc
Rear: drum
Wheelbase 1,500 mm (59 in)
Dimensions L: 2,250 mm (89 in)
W: 760 mm (30 in)
Seat height 800 mm (31 in)
Weight 185 kg (408 lb) (dry)
Fuel capacity 17 l (3.7 imp gal; 4.5 US gal)

The Ducati 750 GT was a motorcycle made by Ducati from 1971 to 1974. Additionally there were 40 1978 750GTs manufactured. Total production of the 750GT over all years of manufacture was 4,133.[1] Designed by Fabio Taglioni, the motorcycle was the first Ducati to have a 90° V-twin engine configuration, which became a signature feature in the Ducati bikes that followed.

left 1972 Ducati 750 GT from a Vintage Motorcycle Enthusiasts collector at the Seattle International Motorcycle Show.

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External links

  • Ducati 750 GT at Ducati.com Heritage
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