It’s positioned at the top of the Monster range
Instead of dialing in more power, Ducati engineers focused on making the Monster SP sharper to ride. The adjustable Öhlins suspension system includes a fork that’s 1.3 pounds lighter than the Monster’s, a reduction that increases the lean angle, and the braking system gains Brembo Stylema calipers that grip lighter rotors, which improves braking and reduces inertia at the front end. Ducati also added a steering damper to make the Monster SP more stable during acceleration and cornering and recalibrated the riding modes (the Wet mode is new).
The list of electronic riding aids includes ABS Cornering, traction control, and wheelie control — all of these functions can be adjusted by the rider to suit different experience levels and riding conditions. Launch control and a lithium-ion battery are part of the package as well.
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