Original-Owner 2018 Ducati Panigale V4 Speciale
- Chassis: ZDMDAGNW6JB002768
- 2,800 Miles
- 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale V4
- Six-Speed Transmission
- Up & Down Ducati Quick Shifter EVO
- STM Dry Slipper Clutch
- Red, White, & Green w/Black Accents
- Carbon-Fiber Trim
- Marchesini 17" Forged Magnesium Wheels
- Active Öhlins Suspension
- Öhlins Steering Damper
- Brembo Disc Brakes w/Cornering ABS EVO
- Titanium Akrapovič Exhaust System
- Color TFT Display w/System Controls
- Ducati Data Analyzer+ System
- EVO Traction, Wheelie, & Slide Control
- EVO Engine Braking Control
- Alcantara-Upholstered Solo Seat
- Rizoma Adjustable Levers & Rearsets
- Side Stand
- Numbered Model Engine Display
- Motorcycle Cover & Two Keys
- Removed & Spare Components
- Service Records
BaT History (1 entry)
GET THE BaT DAILY EMAIL
Your daily digest of everything
happening on the site.
Recent BaT Features
BaT Alumni Gathering: June 25 in Seattle at The Shop – REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
June 25, 2022
PVGP Schenley Park Race Weekend
July 23 - 24, 2022
Lake Tahoe Wooden Boat Concours d’Elegance
August 12 - 14, 2022
BaT Alumni Gathering – WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca During Car Week
August 20, 2022
BaT Alumni Gathering – The Shop in Texas
September 17, 2022
Current BaT Auctions
This 2018 Ducati Panigale V4 Speciale is #284 of 1,500 produced, and it was purchased new by the seller in May 2018. The bike is powered by a 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale V4 paired with a six-speed transmission and is finished in a tricolore livery with black accents. Equipment includes an Alcantara-upholstered solo seat, LED lighting, a titanium Akrapovič exhaust system, the two-way Ducati Quick Shift EVO (DQS EVO) system, an STM dry slipper clutch, Marchesini forged-magnesium wheels, triple Brembo disc brakes with Bosch Cornering ABS EVO, and active Öhlins suspension with a steering damper as well as an updated electronics package including a color TFT digital dashboard with controls for the suspension, engine braking and slide control, riding and power modes, automatic tire calibration, EVO traction and wheelie control, and the GPS-based Ducati Data Analyzer+ system. This Panigale V4 Speciale has 2,800 miles and is offered with a numbered model engine display, two keys, removed and spare components, a bike cover, service records, and a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name.
The bodywork is finished in a red, white, and green tricolore livery with black accents over a twin-spar aluminum frame that utilizes the engine as a stressed member. Features include carbon-fiber trim, LED lighting, an integrated clear windscreen, a left-side CRG bar-end mirror, a Rizoma billet aluminum fuel filler cap, a fuel tank protector pad, an aluminum side stand, adjustable Rizoma control levers and rearsets, a NRC rear fender eliminator, and a 4.2-gallon aluminum fuel tank that extends beneath the Alcantara-upholstered solo seat. A close-up photo showing a scratch in the tail section can be viewed in the gallery below.
Optional Marchesini Racing 17″ forged magnesium wheels are finished in bronze and wear 120/70 front and 200/60 rear Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires. The Bosch six-axis IMU provides cornering anti-lock braking capability, with stopping power provided by dual radial-mount Brembo Stylema four-piston calipers and 330mm SuperSport rotors up front as well as a Brembo two-piston caliper with a 245mm disc at the rear. Connectors for a battery charger, an Escort radar detector, and an AiM Solo 2 DL lap timer are installed. The brake fluid was flushed in July 2020.
Active Öhlins suspension enables electronic event-based compression and rebound damping adjustments for the 43mm NIX30 inverted fork as well as the TTX36 monoshock, which is connected to the aluminum single-sided swingarm via an adjustable linkage.
The digital dashboard features a color TFT display that includes a digital speedometer, a tachometer, and a gear indicator as well as integrated controls for the riding modes, cornering ABS, and the traction, wheelie, slide, and engine braking controls as well as the GPS-based Ducati Data Analyzer+ (DDA+) system. The digital odometer indicates 2,800 miles. The DDA+ system was serviced in September 2019 by Boulder Motor Sports in Colorado, and received an Evo2 update in 2020.
An Öhlins piston-style steering damper allows manual or electronic adjustments and sits ahead of the upper triple clamp, which is laser inscribed with the model name and production numbers.
The 1,103cc Desmosedici Stradale V4 features a ride-by-wire throttle, a counter-rotating crankshaft, four desmodromically-actuated valves per cylinder, elliptical throttle bodies, and variable-height intake ducts. The bike is equipped with a titanium Akrapovič exhaust system, which allows for an increased power output of 226 horsepower and 92 lb-ft of torque when used in conjunction with the included ECU map key. A July 2020 service record from Boulder Motor Sports in Colorado lists an annual service that included an oil change and a clutch fluid flush.
Power is sent to the rear wheel through an STM dry slipper clutch conversion installed in 2019 with a Ducati Performance carbon-fiber cover, a six-speed transmission equipped with the two-way Ducati Quick Shift EVO system (DQS EVO), and a drive chain. The clutch slave cylinder was serviced under warranty in June 2018 by Northern Colorado Powersports of Fort Collins, Colorado, while the drive chain was serviced by Boulder Motor Sports in July 2020.
A numbered model engine display will accompany the motorcycle, as will manufacturer’s literature, a motorcycle cover, a carbon-fiber upper fuel tank cover, a Ducati Performance comfort seat, a license plate blanking cover, and the removed fairing-mounted mirrors.