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Discussion in 'Ducati Bikes For Sale' started by ResB1299, Jun 13, 2019.
An L slightly tilted is what all Ducati twins are
As for the Panigale V4's;
the Desmosedici Stradale has been inserted into the vehicle with the front bank of the cylinders rotated back by 42° with respect to the horizontal plane, as on the Ducati engines competing in MotoGP
Still a 90 degree V but looks like a V and not an L - those crazy Germans
Not all L-twins are actually L-twins.
It entirely depends upon whether you are viewing the engine from the right or left-hand side.
Absolutely, when is an L not an L? and if you have one leg shorter than the other the V can be an L from certain sides
Are we talking upper or lower case L/l ?
Upper duh, lower is a single
Technically a single would probably be a "/" unless it was something really old where it could be an "l". My LC is a "/", my scooter is a "-", the Pani and 1098 are "L", the Desmo is...............................................I'm off for a lie down.
Whats a BMW GS then?
A full stop .
They are all viewed from the side
Is that one for the Cognoscenti ?
Is that perfume made from cognac?
Is *that* what that smell is?
I coldn't get a good look from the side so I walked around the front to get a better view.
From the front an Upper case L could really be considered an exclamation mark !
I have had days at work that were just like this thread.
Italia Moto have one of each on their web site at the moment:
And a Bayliss for £30k -
Which will please @Exige !
Whooooa - a Fila at £22k with more miles than mine I paid £10k 6 years ago
Paid top money for one of my Bayliss's though (a year ago - but it's a stonker and no previous owners on the log book) but not had it long