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Whats the difference between a Ducati 749 and a Ducati 999? Which is better?

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Old 11-28-2008   #1
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Default Whats the difference between a Ducati 749 and a Ducati 999? Which is better?

I'm just trying to learn about bikes for when I get older.Trust me,my family can afford one.Please just try to answer the question.
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like u would be able to ride either to 100% of its potential.....i think not. then again, i dont think u'd be able to afford the bike to begin with, or the price of repair parts if u drop it.
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my girl friend and i both have 748's that we use for track days,and they are sweet handling not over powerful fun machines.i have ridden a 999 on the track and the road and the extra power made it a bit harder to ride smooth,and it was not as much fun as the 748
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749 is more'rideable'.... having more power doesn't make you quicker... look at moto gp this year the bikes are 20% down on power but are going faster!!!! but if you wanna look cool outside the chippy and impress all your mates ... buy the 999 ....
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