Yamaha R1 2010 vs. Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

Yamaha R1 2010

Yamaha R1 2010

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

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Overview - Yamaha R1 2010 vs Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

When comparing the Yamaha R1 model year 2010 and the Ducati 899 Panigale model year 2013, it is important to consider their technical specifications and strengths and weaknesses.

Starting with the technical specifications, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a bore of 78 mm and a stroke of 52.2 mm, while the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 has a bore of 100 mm and a stroke of 57.2 mm. This means that the Ducati has a larger bore and stroke, potentially allowing for more power and torque. However, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a higher engine power of 181 HP compared to the Ducati's 148 HP. The Yamaha R1 2010 also has a higher torque of 115.5 Nm compared to the Ducati's 99 Nm. In terms of displacement, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a larger engine with 998 ccm compared to the Ducati's 898 ccm.

Both motorcycles have upside-down telescopic fork front suspensions and aluminum frames. However, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a Deltabox frame type, while the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 has a monocoque frame type. This could potentially affect the handling and stability of the motorcycles.

Yamaha R1 2010

Yamaha R1 2010

In terms of braking, both motorcycles have double disk front brakes. The Yamaha R1 2010 has an optimal braking system, while the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 has an indirect braking behavior. This could mean that the Yamaha R1 2010 provides better and more direct braking performance.

Moving on to dimensions and weights, both motorcycles have a front tire width of 120 mm and a front tire diameter of 17 inches. However, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a wider rear tire width of 190 mm compared to the Ducati's 180 mm. Both motorcycles have a rear tire diameter of 17 inches. The Yamaha R1 2010 has a slightly shorter wheelbase of 1415 mm compared to the Ducati's 1426 mm. In terms of seat height, the Yamaha R1 2010 has a higher seat height of 835 mm compared to the Ducati's 830 mm. The Yamaha R1 2010 also has a larger fuel tank capacity of 18 liters compared to the Ducati's 17 liters.

Considering the strengths of the Yamaha R1 2010, it has a strong engine with a sophisticated engine character. It also has an optimal braking system and a comfortable seating position.

On the other hand, the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 has a pleasant ride, even power delivery, and playful handling.

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

However, the Yamaha R1 2010 does have some weaknesses. It has suboptimal suspension elements, low peak power, slightly weak traction, and a high weight.

Similarly, the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 also has weaknesses. It has an indirect braking behavior and lacks a special punch.

In conclusion, the Yamaha R1 2010 and the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 have their own strengths and weaknesses. The Yamaha R1 2010 excels in terms of engine power, braking system, and seating position. On the other hand, the Ducati 899 Panigale 2013 offers a pleasant ride, even power delivery, and playful handling. Ultimately, the choice between the two motorcycles would depend on the rider's preferences and priorities.

Technical Specifications Yamaha R1 2010 compared to Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

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Suspension Front

Front suspensionFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic forkFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic fork

Chassis

FrameFrameAluminiumFrameAluminium
Frame typeFrame typeDeltaboxFrame typeMonocoque

Brakes Front

TypeTypeDouble diskTypeDouble disk

Brakes Rear

TypeTypeDiscTypeDisc

Dimensions and Weights

Front tyre widthFront tyre width120 mmFront tyre width120 mm
Front tyre heightFront tyre height70 %Front tyre height70 %
Front tyre diameterFront tyre diameter17 inchFront tyre diameter17 inch
Rear tyre widthRear tyre width190 mmRear tyre width180 mm
Rear tyre heightRear tyre height55 %Rear tyre height60 %
Rear tyre diameterRear tyre diameter17 inchRear tyre diameter17 inch
LengthLength2,070 mmLength2,075 mm
HeightHeight1,130 mmHeight1,100 mm
WheelbaseWheelbase1,415 mmWheelbase1,426 mm
Seat HeightSeat Height835 mmSeat Height830 mm
Fuel Tank CapacityFuel Tank Capacity18 lFuel Tank Capacity17 l
License compliancyLicense compliancyALicense compliancyA

Pros and Cons in comparison

Pros and Cons in comparison

Yamaha R1 2010

Yamaha R1 2010

The current engine in the R1 scores points above all with its unmistakable sound, very transparent response and linear power delivery. In terms of peak power, however, Yamaha had to cut back a little.

Strong engine

sophisticated engine character

optimal braking system

comfortable seating position.

Suboptimal suspension elements

low peak power

slightly weak traction

high weight.

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

Ducati 899 Panigale 2013

A real feel-good super sports car that combines racetrack performance and everyday suitability very well.

Pleasant ride, even power delivery, playful handling

Indirect braking behaviour, no special punch

Price Comparison Avarage Market Price Yamaha R1 vs Ducati 899 Panigale

There are a few key differences between a Yamaha R1 2010 and a Ducati 899 Panigale 2013. There are the same number of bikes of both models available on the 1000PS.de marketplace, specifically 5. It takes less time to sell a Yamaha R1 with 53 days compared to 63 days for a Ducati 899 Panigale. Since model year 2005 1000PS.de editors have written 80 reviews for the Yamaha R1 and 3 reviews for the Ducati 899 Panigale since model year 2013. The first review for the Yamaha R1 was published on 4/28/2003 and now has more than 3,900 views. This compares to more than 11,900 views for the first review on Ducati 899 Panigale published on 9/10/2013.

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