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Re: Ducati Supermono
« Reply #2 on: 11 Mar 2009, 10:26 PM »
Would be very difficult to find an original supermono these days.  Not too many built.  I have a few articles on them, the engine design was very interesting.  From memory, it was based on the 851 (not sure) but only had the one cylinder and a desmoqautro head.  There was a dummy con rod and an accomodating bulge in the case.  I assume the dummy rod was an attempt to balance the offest of a single cylinder. 

If you can find one, for sure get it. It would be a very good item for the collection.

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« Reply #1 on: 11 Mar 2009, 09:28 PM »
No it's not a wheelstand...

I was actually looking for info on one of these ;

more here

because according to AMCN a guy called Alistar Wager is building road going versions.

but I ended up finding this, which intrigued me more ;

more here
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