Friday, January 20, 2012

Ducati GP12, Power 250 dk, Translucent 360 kph

Ducati GP12, Power 250 dk, Translucent 360 kph, Ducati GP12, Power 250 dk, Translucent 360 kph, the Ducati Corse Though shut all the information about the Ducati GP12 that has been tested in Jerez de la Frontera circuit, Spain (17-19/1), but the details finally emerged also from other teams using Ducati, namely Cardion AB Motoracing. Private team that decreases from the Czech Republic Karel Abraham gave few details GP12 Ducati team after the test session.

According to a release issued by the team, Ducati GP12 claimed to have the power to 250 horsepower (hp). Power is, an increase of 15 horsepower from the motor GP11 which only has 235 horsepower. Even the maximum speed that can be taken of these motors is 360 miles per hour. While the configuration of the machine used, it still remains the same as the conventional configuration of the Ducati V4 engine that is 90 degrees.

Changes in dominant not only seen in more power, but also the use of an aluminum twin-spar berkonfigurasi supplied by the manufacturer of the framework of the United Kingdom is FTR.

"When viewed at a glance, maybe this bike is not too much different from the model Ducati GP11. Major changes are on the inside there is a very significant change, "explains Marco Grana as crew chief Cardion AB Motoracing.

While on the fairing, the changes will be visible on the small wing. In GP12, a small wing that will not be seen again. (Otosport.co.id)

Here's a comparison between the GP12 and GP11:
Empty weight: 155 kg (GP12) and 150 kg (GP11)
Maximum speed: 360 km per hour (GP12) and 340 miles per hour (GP11)
000-100 miles per hour: 2.6 seconds (GP12) and 2.7 seconds (GP11)
Power: 250 horsepower (GP12) and 235 horsepower (GP11)

Engine:
Configuring the machine: 90 degrees
Capacity: 999 ccm
Electrical: Magneti Marelli

Gearbox:
6 Acceleration, and the ratio of improvement options
Dry coupling (multi-plate)
Regina Chain

Frame:
Ducati Aluminium Frame

The legs:
Suspension: Ohlins 48 mm in diameter (front) and Ohlins (rear)
Brakes Front: Brembo calipers with the number 4 by 2.
Discs Front: Brembo 320 mm diameter
Rear Brakes: Brembo calipers with number 2
Discs Rear: Brembo aluminum
Discs: 16.5 inch Marchesini Magnesium
Tires: Bridgestone
Tank Capacity: 21 Liters
Fuel: eni
source: http://otosport.otomotifnet.com