The new 2020 Monster 797 Ducati Naked Motorcycle is even more significant and it has a unique shape due to standard features such as front-firing and passenger seat cover, which matches the tank and front-mid guard. Thanks to the front-firing, which increases the aerodynamic protection of the rider, these accessories extend the lines of the monster and improve the comfort of the rider.
The 2020 Monster 797 Ducati Naked Motorcycle is the perfect bike for those who want to take their first step in the Ducati universe. It is as athletic and essential as any monster, and it is equipped with everything you need for a pleasant ride that is simple. The new visuals also give Monster 797 a distinct personality and character.
2020 Monster 797 Ducati Naked Motorcycle – Features
Sporty and Compact
The Monster 797’s design combines a wide handlebar, tank, trail frame, engine, and two-way swing arm into a fluid and dynamic line that instantly demonstrates sport and confidence. Monster 797 takes on a fresh, unique look thanks to updated artwork.
An Enjoyable, Gutsy Engine
With 73 horsepower and 6.8 kg of torque, the Desmodio Twin provides excellent protection during the ride. A stable, smooth torque curve instantly builds confidence. No worries about having a good time! The new Monster 797 with 35 kW regulated power is also available for those with a limited license.
In Every Region, it is Adaptable.
The Monster 797 chassis are designed to make riding as easy as possible. It is athletic on city traffic and out-of-town routes because of its compact proportions, low and small seats, wide handlebar, and low weight.
Monster 797 comes with modern and comprehensive features. The dashboard’s large LCD highways screen gives you all the information you need to ride safely, and LED technology improves the positioning of front lamps, rear lights, and license plate lights.
The ten-spoke wheels of the Monster 797 are made of lightweight alloy. The tires of the Pirelli Diablo Rosso II use double compound technology to provide resistance in long flights while maintaining a solid grip despite strong tilt.
The front of the Monster 797 has a 43mm diameter Kyaba fork with 125mm wheel travel.
The Brembo brake system comes standard on the Monster 797, as does the Bosch 9.1 MP ABS with an internal pressure sensor.
The air-cooled 803 cm3 Desmode twin-cylinder engine powers the Monster 797. The engine pays homage to the history of the Monster, while the modern Euro 4 is a homologated engine capable of delivering 73 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 67 Nm at 5,750rpm.
The Monster 797’s twin-cylinder engine has a single 50mm throttle body with two injectors at the bottom, ensuring precise control of the liquid distribution and the strength of the mixture taken through each cylinder.
Transmission and Clutch
The gearbox is 6-speed, and the APTC wet multi-clutch with cable control allows significantly lighter lever activation and good module capability, which is especially beneficial when starting and constantly stopping in city traffic. When managing.
The Monster 797 is standard with a Bosch 9.1 MP ABS with a Brembo braking system and an internal pressure sensor for optimal braking performance and safety. This component ensures the best-performing braking system in the industry, a feature that has long been recognized by Ducati motorcycles.
Instrument Panel with LCD
Primary and secondary indicators are displayed on the Monster 797 dashboard on a large LCD high-viability screen.
Headlights and Turn Signals
The sleek, technically sophisticated headlamp of the Monster 797 is combined with LED position lights. It also includes a rear LED light. The danger warning lights feature on the Monster 797 can be activated by pressing the relevant button.
2020 Monster 797 Ducati Naked Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Type||L-Twin, 2 Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder, Air-cooled|
|Displacement||803 cc (49 cu in)|
|Bore x stroke||88 mm x 66 mm (3.46 in x 2.60 in)|
|Power||73 hp (54 kW) at 8250 rpm|
|Torque||49 lb-ft (67 Nm) at 5750 rpm|
|Fuel injection||Electronic fuel injection system, 50 throttle bodies|
|Exhaust||2-1 system including the catalytic converter and two lambda probes, a Single stainless steel muffler with an aluminum cover|
|Primary drive||Straight cut gears, Ratio 1.85:1|
|Final drive||Chain drive, Front sprocket Z15 & Rear sprocket Z46|
|Clutch||APTC wet multi-plate clutch with mechanical control|
|Frame||Tubular steel trellis frame|
|Front suspension||43 Kayaba USD fork|
|Front-wheel||10-spoke light alloy, 3.50” x 17”|
|Front tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso II, 120/70 ZR17|
|Rear suspension||Sachs mono-shock, Pre-load and rebound adjustable|
|Rear-wheel||10-spoke light alloy, 5.50” x 17”|
|Rear tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso II, 180/55 ZR17|
|Wheel travel (front/rear)||130mm/150mm (5.12 inches/5.91 inches)|
|Front brake||2 x 320 semi-floating discs, radially fixed monobloc Brembo M4.32 calipers, 4-piston, axial pump with Bosch ABS as standard equipment|
|Rear brake||Ø 245 disc, 1-piston caliper with Bosch ABS as standard equipment|
Dimensions and Weight
|Dry weight||175 kg (386 lb)|
|Wet weight (kerb)||193 kg (425 lb)|
|Seat height||805mm (31.69 inches)|
|Wheelbase||1435mm (56.50 inches)|
|Trail||90mm (3.54 inches)|
|Fuel tank capacity||16.5 liters (4.36 US gal)|
|Number of seats||2|
|Standard Equipment||Bosch ABS, LED position light & tail light, USB power socket, Passenger seat cover, Flyscreen|
|Mainteinance service intervals||12000 km (7500 mi) / 12 months|
|Valve clearance check||12000 km (7500 mi)|
Emissions E Consumption
|CO2 emissions||119 g/km|
|Consumption||5.3 l/100 km|