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Make: Ducati Model: 900SS - Biposto Engine: 904cc, Air-cooled, 4-stroke, 90 degree L-Twin, 2 valves per cylinder, with Desmodromic control Color: Red Fuel Tank Capacity 16.0L (4.2gal) with 4L (1gal.) of Reserve Weight: 188kg. (414lbs.) Wheelbase: 1395mm (55.0in.) Seat Height: 820mm (32.3in.) Displacement: 904cc Bore x Stroke: 92mm x 68mm Compression Ratio: 9.2:1 Transmission: 5-speed, with straight cut primary gears Brakes: Front: Dual 320mm stainless floating rotors with staggered diameter Brembo 4-piston caliper Rear: Fixed 245mm rotor floating caliper Tires: Front: 120/70-ZR-17, Rear: 170/60-ZR-17 Suspension: Front: Fully adjustable 43mm inverted fork, 120mm of travel, Rear: Progressive type with adjustable monoshock, 71mm stroke,136mm of travel
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Chula Vista 91910, Coronado 92118, Escondido 92046, Escondido 92033, Escondido 92025, La Mesa 91943, Oceanside 92051, San Diego 92154, San Diego 92191, Uc San Diego 92093
The average price of a 1999 Motorcycle for sale is $6061.89. This model is priced $1061.89 less.
The average price of a 1999 Ducati Motorcycle for sale is $3949.00. This model is priced $1051.00 more.
The average 1999 Ducati Motorcycle for sale has 26440 miles. This model has 9440 less miles.
There are 42 Ducati Motorcycles for sale within 150 miles of Escondido, CA.
If you looked at the average 1998 Ducati Motorcycle for sale it would cost $247.00 more.
If you looked at the average 2000 Ducati Motorcycle for sale it would cost $495.00 more.
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