Tuesday, 15 November 2011


For the first time, DUCATI decide to lauch it's new superbike outside Europe and choose Malaysia for the international launching the Monster 795 on the 21st October 2011 in Kuala Lumpur last Friday, in conjunction with the World Motorbike Grand Prix (GP) in Kuala Lumpur.

Spokesperson says Next Bikes, a company under the Naza group of companies, had received 90 orders for the Monster 795 eventhough the launching was not come to time. One of the VIP's at the launch is the nine time world champion of the World Motor GP, Valentino Rossi.

legendary Desmodue, air cooled, Dual Spark L-Twin engine whose 87 hp gives it that unmistakable Ducati sound. Developed for an incredibly flexible power delivery, the Desmodromic engine provides enough torque to exit the most challenging of corners. The impressive torque, typical of the Ducati L-Twin engines, will excite with every twist of the throttle.

Marzocchi forks; Outstanding grip and unbeatable riding comfort are ensured by a 43 mm Marzocchi upside down stanchion fork, which provides 120 mm of suspension travel. 
Sachs rear suspension; At the rear, a Sachs monoshock unit with progressive linkage provide a wide spectrum of both spring and damping settings. 

Lightweight construction; Every carefully selected component of the Monster 795 has a net benefit to the overall light weight of the machine. The dry weight of 161kgs (355lb) has dramatic effects on not just manoeuvrability and ease of use, but also by contributing directly to increased performance, braking and acceleration. 

Lightweight 3-spoke wheels; Lightweight 3-spoke aluminium alloy wheels increase agility and reduce rider effort. The 3.50x17 front wheel wears a 120/60ZR tyre while the 4.50x17 rear wheel runs 160/60ZR rubber. By resisting the temptation to over-tyre the795 for styling’s sake, the end result is light, predictable and confidence inspiring steering qualities at a wide range of speeds with truly outstanding stability.

Brembo brakes; The latest in Brembo braking hardware delivers exceptional braking power front and rear to improve rider safety. At the front, 320mm floating discs are gripped by four-piston, radially mounted callipers, while a 245mm floating rear disc works in combination with a twin-piston calliper. This powerful braking set-up offers unrivalled feel and feedback making the 795 safer across a broader spectrum of riding abilities.

Aluminium swingarm; The GP-style swingarm is chill-cast using aluminium in its most noble form. Gravity cast and heat treated, the component achieves the best mechanical characteristics as well as reduced final weight for improved handling. 

Monster Trellis; An immensely strong but light tubular steel Trellis frame with aluminium rear sub-frame is the visual and structural backbone of the Monster. Delivering unparalleled rigidity with minimal mass, the chassis design is pure Ducati in its ingenuity and simplicity. A separate, all aluminium sub-frame saves weight and adds a pleasing continuity with the aluminium footrest hangers and matte finished swingarm.

Chasis & Engine specification taken from


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