Why This Tiny Part Made Ducati Fast

Added on Oct 21, 2021
14:59

Bumper 2 Bumper

Description

Nothing sounds cooler than a higher revving engine. An s2000 at 9000rpm, or a rotary engine at 10,000 are pretty sweet. But those are push-over numbers compared to what Ducati can do. In the 4cyl Panigale they're making 17,000rpm and they doing with technology from 1950s F1. It's called a Desmodromic Valve system. So how does this tech thats older than the consumer microwave out rev modern 4cyl in cars today? And why does no one else use it? Today on B2B we're gonna find out!

Info

Channel
Program
Season2021
Episode titleWhy This Tiny Part Made Ducati Fast
Episode number1
Date addedOctober 21, 2021
Original dateOctober 19, 2021
Run time14:59
CategoryOther

Donut Media

  • Up Next