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  • 1. Contents Model Year 2013 MULTISTRADA 1200 TRAINING COURSE CONTENTS 1) FOREWORD 2) CHASSIS 3) ELECTRIC SYSTEM 4) ENGINE 5) SPECIAL TOOLS 6) MAINTENANCE PLAN 7) DUCATI PERFORMANCE ACCESSORIES 8) TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS

2. Model Year 2013 MULTISTRADA 1200 TRAINING COURSE CONTENTS 1) FOREWORD 2) CHASSIS 3) ELECTRIC SYSTEM 4) ENGINE 5) SPECIAL TOOLS 6) MAINTENANCE PLAN 7) DUCATI PERFORMANCE ACCESSORIES 8) TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS Contents 3. Model Year 2013Foreword MAIN INNOVATIONS New Skyhook suspensions New Testastretta 11 DS engine New front design New S Granturismo version Page 3 NEW 4. Foreword VERSIONS OF Model Year 2013 Page 4 5. Foreword VERSIONS OF Model Year 2013 Touring Page 5 6. Foreword VERSIONS OF Model Year 2013 Page 6 NEW 7. Foreword VERSIONS OF Model Year 2013 Page 7 NEW 8. Model Year 2013 COLOURS Fairing Frame Wheels Red BlackRacing Grey Matt Chrome BlackRacing Grey Page 8 Foreword NEW 9. Model Year 2013 COLOURS Fairing Frame Wheels Red BlackRacing Grey Matt Chrome BlackRacing Grey Page 9 Foreword 10. Model Year 2013 COLOURS Fairing Frame Wheels Touring Grey BlackRacing Grey Page 10 Foreword NEW 11. Model Year 2013 COLOURS Fairing Frame Wheels Corse Stripe livery BlackRed Page 11 Foreword NEW 12. Page 12 Model Year 2013 Model Year 2012 Model Year 2013 Multistrada 1200 - Multistrada 1200 ABS Multistrada 1200 ABS Multistrada 1200 S Sport - Multistrada 1200 S Touring Multistrada 1200 S Touring Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak - Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo Foreword 13. Model Year 2013 MULTISTRADA 1200 TRAINING COURSE CONTENTS 1) FOREWORD 2) CHASSIS 3) ELECTRIC SYSTEM 4) ENGINE 5) SPECIAL TOOLS 6) MAINTENANCE PLAN 7) DUCATI PERFORMANCE ACCESSORIES 8) TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS Contents 14. Model Year 2013Chassis DRY WEIGHT (NO: fluids and battery): 194 kg* (432 lbs) KERB WEIGHT (WITH: fluids, battery): 222 kg* (494 lbs) *Data referring to 1200 S Pikes Peak version DIMENSIONS Page 14 15. Model Year 2013Chassis Front suspension is from Marzocchi Anodised aluminium upside-down fork Leg diameter: 50 mm Suspension travel: 170 mm Special forged fork bottom end Fully adjustable mechanically: spring preload rebound damping compression damping FRONT SUSPENSION Page 15 16. Model Year 2013Chassis New progressive spring Remote hydraulic spring preload adjustment Rebound damping adjustment Compression damping adjustment Rear wheel travel: 170 mm REAR SUSPENSION The rear suspension features a SACHS monoshock connecting the swinging arm to the left frame plate. Also fully adjustable by hand: Page 16 NEW 17. Model Year 2013 Front suspension is from SACHS Aluminium Leg diameter: 48 mm Suspension travel: 170 mm Spring preload is adjusted mechanically (on right-hand leg) Electric compression and rebound damping adjustment (on left-hand leg) Semi - Active Suspension FRONT SUSPENSION Chassis Page 17 NEW 18. Model Year 2013Chassis REAR SUSPENSION A SACHS rear monoshock connects swinging arm to left frame plate; its calibration is changed by the stresses that automatically affect the hydraulic adjusters. The new progressive spring preload is adjusted through the instrument panel (increased adjustment range: from 9 to 12 mm). Rear wheel travel: 170 mm. Semi-Active Suspension Page 18 NEW 19. Model Year 2013Chassis BRAKES The front brake features Brembo radial callipers with four 32 mm pistons and two pads, radial master cylinders with adjustable levers, and two 320 mm discs. The rear brake features a 245 mm disc gripped by a Brembo calliper with a single 34 mm piston Page 19 20. Model Year 2013Chassis WHEEL RIMS New aluminium alloy wheel rims inspired by 1199 Panigale design Page 20 NEW 21. Model Year 2013Chassis WHEEL RIMS New forged aluminium alloy wheel rims inspired by 1199 Panigale S design - 2 kg (per set vs STD version) Page 21 NEW 22. TYRES Pirelli Scorpion Trail tyres have been confirmed for a number of reasons: They represent a crucial feature of the standard setting and equipment of Multistrada 1200 They have been specially designed for Multistrada 1200 They now use a new compound increasing rear tyre life by 15% Model Year 2013Chassis Page 22 NEW 23. Model Year 2013Chassis TYRES The Granturismo version only will fit the new Pirelli Angel GT tyres: Evolution of Angel ST model Increased tyre life, ideal for the long trips the GT version is normally used for Better grip, particularly on wet ground Page 23 NEW 24. Model Year 2013Chassis 60 mm + 43 mm + 18 mm Wider and with improved aerodynamics (vs MTS1200 MY12) NEW WINDSCREEN New adjustment system: it can be operated with just one hand MY12 MY13 Page 24 NEW 25. Model Year 2013 GRANTURISMO ERGONOMICS The handlebar is 20 mm higher vs STD version (the throttle body control cables are 20 mm longer as well) Smoke-tinted Touring Plexiglas 35 mm higher vs STD version Chassis Page 25 + 35 mm + 20 mm NEW 26. Model Year 2013 GRANTURISMO EQUIPMENT Chassis Page 26 Set of internal soft rainproof bags 73 litre side panniers with special graphic design 48 litre top case with special graphic design NEW 27. Model Year 2013 GRANTURISMO EQUIPMENT Chassis Page 27 Engine protection bars DP Touring rider and passenger seats with red stitching Black anodised passenger footpeg support and engine guard NEW 28. Model Year 2013 GRANTURISMO EQUIPMENT Chassis Page 28 Anti-scratch protection Red finishing Special graphic design and colour NEW 29. Model Year 2013 OUTFIT Heated grips Central stand Chassis Page 29 30. Page 30 Model Year 2013Chassis PIKES PEAK EQUIPMENT Termignoni carbon fibre silencer (EU type approved) Seat with contrast red stitching Black anodised passenger footpeg support and engine guard Matt-painted carbon components (headlight fairing, air scoops, front mudguard, belt guards, side air extractors, rear mudguard) NEW 31. NEW STORAGE COMPARTMENT Increased capacity Push-push lid Better finishing Press to open Model Year 2013Chassis Page 31 NEW 32. Page 32 Model Year 2013Chassis NEW 3D LOGOS NEW 33. Model Year 2013 MULTISTRADA 1200 TRAINING COURSE CONTENTS: 1) FOREWORD 2) CHASSIS 3) ELECTRIC SYSTEM 4) ENGINE 5) SPECIAL TOOLS 6) MAINTENANCE PLAN 7) DUCATI PERFORMANCE ACCESSORIES 8) TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS Contents 34. Model Year 2013 TECHNOLOGY TESTASTRETTA 11 DS DSP (Ducati Safety Pack) ABS + DTC LED LIGHTS RIDE BY WIRE 4 RIDING MODES ENGINE ECU BBS HANDS FREE DSS Electric system Page 34 35. Model Year 2013 ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ABS- Antilock Braking System BBS - Black Box System CAN - Controller Area Network DS - Dual Spark (twin-spark ignition system) DSS - Ducati Skyhook Suspension - Semi-Active Suspensions DSB - Dashboard DSP - Ducati Safety Pack (ABS+DTC) DTC - Ducati Traction Control ECU - Engine Control Unit HF - Hands Free RbW - Ride by Wire UP-MAP - Updater Map/Calibration Electric system Page 35 36. Page 36 Model Year 2013Electric system CAN NETWORK STRUCTURE 37. Model Year 2013 DSS (Ducati Skyhook Suspension) SYSTEM The DSS (Ducati Skyhook Suspension) electronic suspension system is characterised by semi-active suspension control and ensures a steady set-up regardless of road conditions (Skyhook means hook hanging from the sky). Customer advantages: Better comfort Lower load transfer A suspension is considered semi-active when it can vary its compression and rebound damping upon particular circumstances (e.g.: humps, braking and accelerations). It differs from an active suspension since in an active suspension system the spring function is carried out by pneumatic systems or by electromagnets. Electric system Page 37 NEW 38. DSS (Ducati Skyhook Suspension) SYSTEM The DSS has been developed on different types of ground: Hump (single event) Consecutive depressions (low frequency) Paved road (high frequency) Potholes (single events) Winding paved road (high and low frequency) Belgian paved road (high frequency/width) Model Year 2013Electric system Page 38 NEW 39. Model Year 2013 DSS (Ducati Skyhook Suspension) SYSTEM Consecutive depressions (low frequency stress) The soft setting of a traditional suspension would result in lower comfort, while the semi-active suspension enhances performance by means of a harder damping. Paved road or potholes (High Frequency Stress) The soft setting of a traditional suspension is the best one, therefore the semi-active suspension uses a less hard damping. Hump (single event) In this case suspension setting is less hard (depending on solenoid valve activation speed). Electric system Page 39 NEW 40. ACCELEROMETERS BBS (DSS module) + Rear accelerometer - sprung mass Rear accelerometer - unsprung mass Front accelerometer - unsprung mass Front accelerometer - sprung mass Model Year 2013Electric system Page 40 NEW 41. Model Year 2013 DSS (Ducati Skyhook Suspension) SYSTEM The system is provided with four accelerometers, two of them set on the sprung mass (frame) and the other two set on the unsprung ones (front and rear wheel). The data provided by the four accelerometers are processed by the BBS control unit (the DSS suspension module is set inside it): it adjusts suspension damping continually. The DSS operation is based on the two pairs of accelerometers: the front one measures the fork compression/rebound speed and the front end vertical oscillation speed; the rear pair, instead, measures the rear suspension compression/rebound speed and the rear end vertical oscillation speed. Electric system Page 41 NEW 42. STRATEGY FOR REDUCTION OF MOTORCYCLE PITCH ANGLES BRAKING While braking the DSS algorithm controls the compression/rebound damping valve by closing the oil passage: this causes the fork to harden and reduces the front sinking. compression Model Year 2013Electric system Page 42 NEW 43. Braking Algorithm: Results EXAMPLE OF STRATEGY APPLICATION WHILE BRAKING damping MAX MIN frontbrake pressure(bar)forktra

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