Laverda 750 Ghost Strike

Laverda Ghost Strike 750 review

Laverda was an Italian manufacturer of high performance motorcycles. The motorcycles in their day gained a reputation for being robust and innovative. The components of Laverda 750 Ghost Strikeare all top shelf: Marchesini wheels, Paioli fork and Brembo brakes. The engine is a 668cc parallel-twin with four valves per cylinder and fuel injection. Engine cooling is supplied by oil and air with a large oil cooler hanging to the outside of each exhaust header. The steel trellis frame, lack of a fairing, premium running gear and the name on the tank (err, airbox cover) invite comparisons to Ducati's Monster, and the Ghost certainly looks like it will do well.

Laverda 750 Ghost Strike

Laverda has built the Ghost to inhabit the upper reaches of the Hooligan Bike nether world. Though it appears the Ghost has been rushed to the American market, uncompromising and dedicated sport riders should be thrilled that Laverda is back. More specs and user manual of Laverda Ghost Strike you can see in next overview.

Laverda 750 Ghost Strike specification
General information
Model: Laverda Ghost Strike 750
Year: 1998
Category: Naked bike

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 748ccm
Engine type: Twin
Stroke: 4
Power: 85hp (62.0 kW) @9200RPM
Torque: 75Nm (7.6 kgf-m or 55.3 ft.lbs) @7200RPM
Valves per cylinder: 4
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed

Transmission type
final drive: Chain
Physical measures
Dry weight: 187 kg (412.3 pounds)

Chassis and dimensions
Front brakes: Dual disc
Top speed: 200 km/h (124.3 mph)
Power ratio: 0.4545 HP/kg

Laverda 750 Ghost Strike
naked classic

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