Ducati SuperSport 2017 vs. Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

Ducati SuperSport 2017

Ducati SuperSport 2017

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

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Overview - Ducati SuperSport 2017 vs Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

The Ducati SuperSport 2017 and the Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021 are both impressive motorcycles with their own unique features and characteristics.

Ducati SuperSport 2017

Ducati SuperSport 2017

Starting with the Ducati SuperSport 2017, it is equipped with a V-twin Testastretta engine that delivers 110 HP of power and 96.7 Nm of torque. This engine provides a good amount of power and torque for a sporty riding experience. The SuperSport also features a comfortable riding position and nimble handling, making it suitable for a wide range of uses. Additionally, it comes with a wide range of electronics as standard, including ABS, riding modes, ride by wire, and traction control. The SuperSport has a distinctive Ducati look and is known for its sleek and stylish design. It has a steel tubular frame and a suspension system consisting of a Marzocchi upside-down telescopic fork at the front and a Sachs monoshock at the rear. The braking system features double disc brakes with a diameter of 320 mm and four-piston Brembo calipers. However, some weaknesses of the SuperSport include noticeable vibrations in the handlebar, a relatively high price, and the absence of a quickshifter with a blipper.

On the other hand, the Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021 is a naked bike that boasts the title of being the most powerful naked bike ever. It is equipped with a V4 engine that delivers an impressive 208 HP of power and 123 Nm of torque. This engine provides exhilarating performance and a thrilling riding experience. The Streetfighter V4 S features good ergonomics, allowing the rider to maintain a comfortable riding position even during aggressive riding. It also comes with electronically adjustable Öhlins suspension, which provides excellent handling and allows for customization based on the rider's preferences. The braking system is equipped with Brembo Stylema calipers, which provide exceptional stopping power. The Streetfighter V4 S has a full electronics package, including ABS, riding modes, dynamic suspension, cornering ABS, launch control, ride by wire, quickshifter, traction control, and anti-wheelie. It has a distinctive and handsome look that sets it apart from other motorcycles. The Streetfighter V4 S has an aluminum monocoque frame and a suspension system consisting of an Öhlins upside-down telescopic fork at the front and an Öhlins monoshock at the rear. The braking system features double disc brakes with a diameter of 330 mm and four-piston Brembo calipers. However, some weaknesses of the Streetfighter V4 S include its high price, a loud exhaust sound, and the fact that the full power is only available in the upper rev range.

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

In conclusion, both the Ducati SuperSport 2017 and the Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021 are impressive motorcycles with their own strengths and weaknesses. The SuperSport offers a comfortable riding experience, nimble handling, and a wide range of electronics as standard. On the other hand, the Streetfighter V4 S provides exhilarating performance, excellent handling, and a full electronics package. Ultimately, the choice between these two models will depend on the rider's preferences, budget, and intended use of the motorcycle.

Technical Specifications Ducati SuperSport 2017 compared to Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

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Engine and Drive Train

Engine typeEngine typeVEngine typeV
BoreBore94 mmBore81 mm
StrokeStroke67.5 mmStroke53.5 mm
Engine powerEngine power110 HPEngine power208 HP
Rpm at Max. PowerRpm at Max. Power9000 rpmRpm at Max. Power13000 rpm
TorqueTorque96.7 NmTorque123 Nm
Rpm at TorqueRpm at Torque6500 rpmRpm at Torque9500 rpm
Compression RatioCompression Ratio12.6 Compression Ratio14
Fuel systemFuel systemInjectionFuel systemInjection
DegreesDegrees90 Degrees90
StarterStarterElectricStarterElectric
Clutch TypeClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bath, AntihoppingClutch TypeMultiplate in oil-bath
TransmissionTransmissionChainTransmissionChain
Transmission TypeTransmission TypeGearshiftTransmission TypeGearshift
Number of gearsNumber of gears6Number of gears6
CylindersCylinders2Cylinders4
StrokesStrokes4-StrokeStrokes4-Stroke
Valves per cylinderValves per cylinder4Valves per cylinder4
ValvesValvesDesmodromicValvesDesmodromic
CoolingCoolingliquidCoolingliquid
DisplacementDisplacement937 ccmDisplacement1103 ccm

Suspension Front

Front suspensionFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic forkFront suspensionUpside-Down telescopic fork
BrandBrandMarzocchiBrandÖhlins
DiameterDiameter43 mmDiameter43 mm
TravelTravel130 mmTravel120 mm
AdjustmentAdjustmentCompression, Preload, ReboundAdjustmentCompression, Preload, Rebound

Suspension Rear

SuspensionSuspensionSingle swing armSuspensionSingle swing arm
Shock absorberShock absorberMonoshockShock absorberMonoshock
BrandBrandSachsBrandÖhlins
TravelTravel144 mmTravel130 mm
AdjustmentAdjustmentCompression, Preload, ReboundAdjustmentCompression, Preload, Rebound
MaterialMaterialAluminiumMaterialAluminium

Chassis

FrameFrameSteelFrameAluminium
Frame typeFrame typeTubularFrame typeMonocoque
RakeRake66 degreeRake65.5 degree
TrailTrail91 mmTrail100 mm

Brakes Front

TypeTypeDouble diskTypeDouble disk
DiameterDiameter320 mmDiameter330 mm
PistonPistonFour pistonsPistonFour pistons
ActuationActuationHydraulicActuationHydraulic
TechnologyTechnologyradial, MonoblockTechnologyradial, Monoblock
BrandBrandBremboBrandBrembo

Brakes Rear

TypeTypeDiscTypeDisc
DiameterDiameter245 mmDiameter245 mm
PistonPistonDouble pistonPistonSingle piston

Assistance Systems

Advanced Rider Assistance SystemsAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsABS, Riding modes, Ride by Wire, Traction controlAdvanced Rider Assistance SystemsABS, Riding modes, Dynamic suspension, Cornering ABS, Launch-Control, Ride by Wire, Quickshifter, Traction control, Anti-wheelie

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 width180 mmRear tyre width200 mm
Rear tyre heightRear tyre height55 %Rear tyre height60 %
Rear tyre diameterRear tyre diameter17 inchRear tyre diameter17 inch
WheelbaseWheelbase1478 mmWheelbase1488 mm
Seat HeightSeat Height810 mmSeat Height845 mm
Dry Weight (with ABS)Dry Weight (with ABS)184 kgDry Weight (with ABS)178 kg
Kerb Weight (with ABS)Kerb Weight (with ABS)210 kgKerb Weight (with ABS)199 kg
Fuel Tank CapacityFuel Tank Capacity16 lFuel Tank Capacity16 l
License compliancyLicense compliancyALicense compliancyA

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Pros and Cons in comparison

Pros and Cons in comparison

Ducati SuperSport 2017

Ducati SuperSport 2017

With the Supersport, Ducati has succeeded in creating a very attractive package that will appeal to every sporty, ambitious rider. It offers the looks of a racing machine, but has pleasant ergonomics, which means that distances of over 200km are no problem. The Testastretta engine has plenty of temperament and even more torque. Coupled with the sporty chassis, winding roads are a joy and it also does very well on the racetrack. For frequent use on circuits, however, the upgrade to the Supersport S with Öhlins suspension is recommended.

Testastretta engine

lots of torque

comfortable ergonomics

nimble handling

lots of electronics as standard

Ducati look

wide range of uses.

noticeable vibrations in the handlebar

price

quickshifter with blipper missing

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021

The problem of the Streetfighter V4 S with Euro4 engine, namely no power in the lower rev range but explosion in the upper rev range, has been largely rectified with the update to Euro5. Although the disgusting 208 hp are still only available at 13,000 rpm, the SF V4 S now also works acceptably at lower revs. The electronic Öhlins suspension is at its best and the brute Brembo Stylema stoppers again celebrate the penchant for the racetrack. Ergonomics and handling are also basically good, but on the racetrack you would wish for lower handlebars because of the awesome power. A perfect poser bike that also works on the country road, and on the racetrack anyway. Only the too-loud sound should be curbed a little.

The most powerful naked bike ever

good ergonomics

superb, electronically adjustable Öhlins suspension

brute Brembo Stylema brakes

full electronics package

handsome, distinctive look.

very expensive

loud exhaust sound

full power only in the upper rev range

Price Comparison Avarage Market Price Ducati SuperSport vs Ducati Streetfighter V4 S

There are a few key differences between a Ducati SuperSport 2017 and a Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021. In terms of price, the actual average price of a Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021 is about 127% higher. A Ducati SuperSport 2017 experiences a loss of 280 USD in one year of ownership. This is offset by a loss of 570 USD for a Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021. Compared to Ducati Streetfighter V4 S 2021 there are less Ducati SuperSport 2017 bikes available on the 1000PS.de Marketplace, specifically 4 compared to 10. It takes less time to sell a Ducati Streetfighter V4 S with 85 days compared to 127 days for the Ducati SuperSport. Since model year 2017 1000PS.de editors have written 6 reviews for the Ducati SuperSport and 17 reviews for the Ducati Streetfighter V4 S since model year 2020. The first review for the Ducati SuperSport was published on 10/4/2016 and now has more than 105,100 views. This compares to more than 73,600 views for the first review on Ducati Streetfighter V4 S published on 3/26/2020.

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