Italian manufacturer Ducati is undoubtedly one of the most popular brands when it comes to performance motorcycles. The company’s first motorcycle was released in 1950 and had a meagre 48cc engine and top speed of 40 mph. By 1952, Ducati had moved onto manufacturing larger, performance-based bikesand has since gone on to produce such popular models as the 996 in the 1980s, as well as the 600 in the 1990s.
Ducati incorporates a number of powerful engines into their motorcycles. One such example is the Superquadro: a four-valve, liquid cooled engine with 205 hp. We have a collection of Ducati motorcycle repair manuals available for both recent and vintage models. Each are packed with all the technical information and step-by-step guidance you need to service and repair your Ducati from the ground up.