Ducati 60 Sport / 65 Sport (60Sport:1950-5265Sport:1953)

The Ducati 60 Sport and 65 Sport are two motorcycles produced between 1950 to 1953. Both bikes are equipped with a four-stroke, pullrod single cylinder, OHV engine with a capacity of 65.4cc and a bore and stroke of 44 x 43 mm. These lightweight motorcycles have a compression ratio of 8:1 and are air-cooled. They come with either a Weber 16MFC or Dell’Orto MA16B induction system, a 6V, 15W generator, and a kick starter. The maximum power output is 1.9 kW/2.5 hp at 5500 rpm. The clutch is a wet, multi-plate design, and the transmission is a 3-speed manual. Final drive is chain-driven. The frame is a pressed steel design, with a telescopic fork front suspension and swingarm, dual shocks rear suspension. Both versions come with drum brakes front and rear. The dry weight of the bike is 48 kg/106 lbs, and the top speed is 70 km/h/43 mph.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Ducati 60 Sport / 65 Sport

Year: 60 Sport: 1950 – 52 65 Sport: 1953

Engine: Four stroke, pullrod single cylinder, OHV
Capacity: 65.4 cc / 3.99 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 44 x 43 mm
Compression Ratio: 8:1
Cooling System: Air cooled
Induction: Weber 16MFC or Dell’Orto MA16B
Ignition: 6V, 15W generator
Starting: Kick
Max Power: 1.9 kW / 2.5 hp @5500 rpm
Clutch: Wet, multiplate
Transmission: 3-Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Frame: Pressed steel
Front Suspension: Teleccopic fork
Rear Suspension: Swingarm, dual shocks

Front Brakes: Drum
Rear Brakes: Drum
Dry Weight: 48 kg / 106 lbs
Top Speed: 70 km/h / 43 mph

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