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2002 Ducati Monster on 2040-motos

US $5,490.00
YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: FOGGY

Franksville, Wisconsin, United States

Franksville, Wisconsin, United States
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Ducati Monster tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):916 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Naked For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Ducati Monster description

2002 Ducati Monster S4 Fogarty. #078 of 300 built. Only 75 came to the United States. Ducati released this in 2002 as a special edition to commemorate the racing success of Carl Fogarty. This bike is called the Foggy Monster. Beautiful exhaust note-- This 916cc engine is legendary and provides a smooth and wide torque band. New fluids, oil, tires in great condition, maintenance all done at 6900miles ffew years ago includes adjusting the valves and changing belts (those two alone is over1000$ at Ducati Dealer) Priced to sell fast I got another Monster coming in need room in the garage. Clear title. Currently 9800miles. This is Highly Collectable motorcycle that will only increase in price

Perfect Condition, absolutely no scratches.
Termignoni Exhaust System + Race ECU
Brembo Brakes
Marchesini Rims
Ducati Performance steering stabilizer
Ducati Performance Carbon Tidy Tail
Ducati "FOGGY" matching rear stand
Comes with stock exhaust as well new in the box


The liquid cooled 916 cc Desmoquattro fuel injected L-Twin is derived directly from our World Superbike champion race bikes. The big bore / short stroke design of the engine delivers tractable power over the widest rpm range, so you're "on the gas sooner" and shift less. Combining 100+ horsepower and light weight (423 lbs.) results in an inspiring power-to-weight ratio while a close ratio gearbox adds to the excitement.
The S4's handling is just as impressive as its power. The lightweight Superbike derived trellis frame ensures confidence in the turns. The suspension features fully adjustable front forks and rear shock. The rising rate, ride height adjustable rear suspension includes an aluminum swingarm, lowering "unsprung weight" and improving damping control. A fat 180/55 ZR 17 rear tire and a 120/70 ZR 17 front are mounted on super light Marchesini five spoke wheels. Improved ground clearance allows increased lean angles to take advantage of the S4's handling prowess.
Electronic dashboard: speedometer and tachometer with LCD display showing oil temperature, clock, odometer, tripmeter, service interval reminder, and low fuel warning
Special Features:
Carbon fiber parts: front and rear mudguards, silencers and lateral covers
Anti-theft immobilizer

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