Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015

  •  Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015
 Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015
 Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015
 Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015

Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015

Owner : 2

Year  : 2015

Kms : 8000

Insurance - VALID


Model - Diavel

Make - Ducati

Displacement: 1198.4cc

Bore x Stroke: 106 x 67.9mm

Max Power: 162hp (119kW) @ 9250rpm

Torque: 96.2 lb-ft (127.5Nm) @ 8000rpm

Type: Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Dual Spark, Desmodromic, liquid cooled

Transmission: 6 speed

Drive: Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 43

Clutch: Light action, wet, multiplate clutch with hydraulic control. Self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run

Frame: Tubular steel Trellis frame

Wheelbase: 1590mm (62.6in)

Seat Height: 770mm (30.3in)

Max Height: 1280mm (50.4in)

Front suspension: Marzocchi DLC coated 50mm fully adjustable usd forks

Fuel tank capacity: 17l – (4.5 US gal)

Front brake: 2 x 320mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston with ABS


  • Brand : Ducati
  • Product Code : Diavel
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Ducati Diavel Dark Stealth 2015

The 2015 Diavel now features the latest version of the Testastretta 11-degree DS (Dual Spark) engine, the same power plant used in the Multistrada and the Monster 1200 that produces 162 horsepower and 96.2 ft.lb of asphalt-tearing torque. Other new features on the 2015 Diavel are a new exhaust system, and some styling updates, such as a new LED headlight.


The wet-clutch engine derives from the Ducati 1198 superbike, but the valve overlap was reduced from 41 degrees to 11 for a stronger midrange, which is needed for real-world streetability. The water-cooled, 11-degree DS also requires 18,000 miles between service intervals, and is hooked to a six-speed transmission.

The 2015 Diavel arrives with all the latest technology – ABS, Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Riding Modes – wrapped in a 452-lb. (Carbon model) package. And of course, the Diavel – which is local Borgo Panigale dialect for “devil,” pronounced dee-ah-vel – arrives with the 240mm Pirelli rear tire that screams muscle.


And muscle is exactly what Ducati was after when it released the first Diavel in 2011. The bike, originally known as Project 0803, was designed to offer something different in the power-bike genre, which features bikes such as the Harley-Davidson V-Rod and the Yamaha V-Max.

The Diavel remained relatively unchanged until now. Following is a breakdown of the new features that highlight the 2015 Ducati Diavel and Diavel Carbon, along with specs and the US MSRP.

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