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Ducati Monster 1200S 1:18 Scale

Ducati Monster 1200S 1:18 Scale

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When Ducati decided they wanted a vehicle that didn't appear like a race replica or anything else in their lineup in 1993, they built the first Monster. To try and attract a new sort of rider and promote much-needed sales, they completely removed the fairings, as well as anything else deemed unnecessary. Rather than engineering a completely new chassis, Ducati engineers stayed with what they knew and constructed the naked bike around the company's famous steel trellis frame. From the success of the first M900 model, Ducati was able to claim a new business of the motorcycle market which is the sports naked category.

In 2013, Ducati launched the Monster 1200 at the EICMA show in Italy. The model replaces the Monster 1100 EVO with a new Testastretta 11 engine, 1,198 cc, 2-Cylinder L-twin, 4 valve, liquid-cooled. This model was the most powerful Monster before being replaced by the 1200R in 2016

The Monster 1200 has new features and design, but it retains Ducati's signature naked style. The Monster 1200 has a slimmer tank and new technological headlight flanked by LED front position lights, as well as LED brake and indicators. The instrumentation features a completely configurable TFT (thin-film transistor) display with three alternative displays (Sport, Touring, and Urban) to suit the selected Ducati Riding Mode. Another major change is the three Y-spokes with exclusive "S" graphics and a front carbon mudguard, and the DRL (Daytime Running Light) system in the front headlight.

The 1200 S has a 90° V-twin engine, called an L-twin by Ducati, with Desmodromic valves Design by Miguel Angel Galluzzi and produced by Ducati in Bologna, Italy.[7] The 1200s is the second top model of the Monster (the R version is top model in Monster's series). It has a 1,198cc V-twin engine with four-valve Desmodromic heads that produces 147bhp and 91ft-lb of torque, which is based on the former Superbike engine.

With a single-sided cast aluminum swingarm, Ohlins suspension, and Brembo M50 Evo radial brake calipers, that big engine is contained in a steel tube trellis frame. It's essentially a Superbike chassis modified for road use.


  • Free-rolling wheels
  • Approximately 11cm length.
  • Diecast Metal with Plastic Parts
  • Sprung rear wheel
  • Pivoting fork yokes
  • Soft-feel tyres
  • Functioning side/kickstand


  • Outer gloss board cut-out window box
  • Supplied on removable plinth
  • Suitable for over 3 yrs
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