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Ducati Monster SP Sheds Weight And Adds Premium Components

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After unveiling it quite a while ago, Ducati has finally launched the top-shelf variant of the Monster, the Monster SP for Rs 15.95 lakh (ex-showroom). This makes it Rs 3 lakh more expensive than the standard bike.

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For additional moolah, the Monster SP comes with premium suspension and braking hardware, consisting of a fully adjustable Ohlins NIX 30 fork and Ohlins mono-shock, along with Brembo Stylema callipers

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While this has helped in increasing the ground clearance of the motorcycle, the SP’s seat also now stands taller at 840mm.

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Overall though, the Monster SP is now 2kg lighter than the standard bike at 186kg (wet), thanks to a new lightened subframe, a lithium-ion battery and a carbon-fibre/titanium Termignoni muffler.

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In terms of design, the Monster SP now gets a unique paint scheme, inspired by Ducati’s  Desmosedici GP racebike.

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Powering the motorcycle is still the same liquid-cooled, 937cc, L-twin motor which makes 112PS of power and 93Nm of torque. The Ducati Monster SP will compete against the 2023 Triumph Street Triple RS.

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