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2004 Ducati Monster S4 R Specs

General ─░nformation

Model Ducati Monster S4 R
Year 2004
Category Naked bike

Engine and transmission

Displacement 996.00 ccm (60.78 cubic inches)
Power 113.00 HP (82.5 kW)) @ 8750 RPM
Torque 95.50 Nm (9.7 kgf-m or 70.4 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM
Compression 11.6:1
Bore x stroke 98.0 x 66.0 mm (3.9 x 2.6 inches)
Valves per cylinder 4
Fuel system Injection
Fuel control Desmodromic valve control
Cooling system Liquid
Gearbox 6-speed
Transmission type, final drive Chain

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Frame type Tubular steel trellis
Rake (fork angle) 24.0┬░
Front suspension Showa 43 mm fully adjustable upside-down fork with TiN surface treatment
Front wheel travel 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Rear suspension Progressive linkage with Showa fully adjustable monoshock. Aluminium single-sided swingarm
Rear wheel travel 148 mm (5.8 inches)
Frame 120/70-ZR17
Front tyre 120/70-ZR17
Rear tyre 180/55-ZR17
Front brakes Double disc
Front brakes diamete 230 mm (9.1 inches)
Rear brakes Single disc
rear_brakes_diameter 245 mm (9.6 inches)

Physical measures and capacities

Weight incl. oil, gas, etc 193.0 kg (425.5 pounds)
Seat height 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height 1,222 mm (48.1 inches)
Overall length 2,121 mm (83.5 inches)
Wheelbase 1,440 mm (56.7 inches)
Fuel capacity 15.00 litres (3.96 gallons)
Reserve fuel capacity 3.50 litres (0.92 gallons)

Other specifications

Color options Metallic grey (fluorescent red wheels with metallic grey tank), black with black tank, blue frame and white wheels with blue-white tank
Comments The S4R is the top of the range Monster - the most powerful, highest-performance Monster ever. It all starts with the 996 cc Superbike engine and lightweight Superbike-derived trellis frame to ensure the perfect combination of power and handling. A Showa fully-adjustable front fork with low friction TiN treatment and a fully-adjustable Showa rear shock handle suspension duties.
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