Designed for those looking for maximum sport performance, the SuperSport S version gives the SuperSport an even feistier edge. The "S" version sees the already-complete SuperSport equipment upgraded to provide a passenger seat cover, 48 mm Öhlins TiN-treated forks and an Öhlins monoshock with integrated gas cartridge, both fully adjustable. Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down also comes as standard, the electronic system enabling clutch-free gear change, boosting the enjoyment of sports riding and lending a valuable hand in city traffic and on winding roads. The SuperSport is powered by a specially adapted version of the already renowned and appreciated 937 cc twin-cylinder Ducati Testastretta 11°. Euro 4-rated, it has four valves per cylinder, a secondary air system, liquid cooling, a 12.6:1 compression ratio and bore and stroke measurements of 94 and 67.5 mm respectively. Engine output amounts to a huge 110 hp at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 93 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
The Ducati Supersport S has very fast acceleration, very good drifting, and a very good nitro efficiency of 6/10/14, however its handling is mediocre. Its top speed, though not the highest of Class A cars, can be extended through the use of "stunts" which fill up the "Supercharged Meter".
The Ducati SuperSport S, being a motorcycle, cannot knock down cars unless in the air. It also adheres to various other motorcycle mechanics, such as the camera position when taking curved sides like the Sector 8 tunnel.
The Ducati Supersport S is somewhat usable in Multiplayer. It goes at around 242 mph (390 km/h) if tuned for nitro and raw top speed, at a rank under 1400. If Supercharged nitro is activated, this can increase to around 255 mph (410 km/h).
This places it at a usability similar to the Rinspeed zaZen, ONUK Sazan LM, and Mercedes-Benz Biome; good for defeating miscellaneous competition, but unable to compete with the dominant cars of the rank range. However, it cannot compete with cars like the TVR Sagaris and Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS (for comparison, the Camaro SS goes at 464.2km/h at a rank of 1390).
The Ducati Supersport S is featured in Moto Blitz but has otherwise no apparent use.
The Ducati Supersport S requires 25 Common Blueprints to be assembled. Assembly takes 2 hours to complete but can be skipped for up to 195. In the Lightning LS-218's Enduro Double Down event, the Supersport S is awarded in Blueprint form when the player banks in 35,000.
As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades costs 719,000 while Pro Kits require 240,000, 10 of each Class A Bike Part, 8 Commmon Techs, 12 Rare Techs, 8 Pro Techs and 16 V-Twin Engines.
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