1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport

1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport - This bike Ducati 750 Super Sport 1977, although offering spectacular performance, also offered a set of features rarely seen together on a sport bike. The four-stroke engine was able to satisfy the needs of any biker, including those interested in racing, without special customization. 

Both the 900 and 750 SuperSports used the unique Tagilioni-designed desmodromic valve train that is shared among these variants of his 90-degree V-twin. The system eliminates valve springs by using a shaft-drive, bevel-gear mechanical linkage to close and open the valves. This enabled the Ducati V-twins to rev higher and last longer than a comparable bikes with valve springs by eliminating the possibility of valve spring breakage and valve “float” at high rpm.

This Ducati 750 Super Sport 1977 was the result of uncompromising design and superior craftmanship, combining the potential of the twin-cylinder engine with the unrivalled mechanics of the legendary 750 Imola.

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1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport

Ducati 750 Super Sport 1977

1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport Technical specification :

Type Four-stroke 90° V-twin configuration
Bore and Stroke 80 x 74,4 mm
Total displacement 748 cc
Compression ratio 9,6 : 1
Tyming system 
Desmo distribution O.H.C.
Lubrication High pressure lubrication with gearpump and net and cartridge filters
Cooling system Air
Carburetor Two Dell'Orto PHM 40 mm carbs
72 HP at 9500 rpm
Top speed  220 Km/h 

Transmission Five-speed gearbox
Primary drive By helical gear
Final drive By chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate clutch

Open cradle
Front suspension 
Double action telescopic fork suspension
Rear suspension 
Swinging arm suspension with double action hydraulic shock absorbers and adjustable concentric springs 
Front brake
Double disc brakes Ø 280 mm
Rear brake 
Disc brakes Ø 229 mm
Front tyre 3,50 V-18  
Rear tyre 120/90 V-18 
Length 2.250 mm 
Handlebar Width 670 mm
Saddle height 800 mm
Wheelbasev 1.500 mm
Weight (dry) 187 kg

Both models featured rigid frames, relatively long wheel base, advanced suspensions and disc brakes that gave the bikes superior road holding and handling. Those characteristics combined with relatively light weight made them more than competitive as race bikes against multi-cylinder opponents with more horsepower. They continued through 1981, when they were replaced by the S2 that only survived through 1984, and the Mille S2 through 1986 – the last of the bevel-gear driven camshaft motorcycles.

On the street, the 1977 Ducati 750 SuperSport became legendary in their own time – transforming them into history motorcycles.
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