As of 1991 the Paso 906 was replaced by the Paso 907 I.E.
The 907 I.E. was a SportTouring bike that was made to compete with the German and Japanese competitors. While the majority of the electronic components remained the same, the newer bike had more reliable Veglia instruments.
Even though the 907 I.E. was more powerful and more reliable than its predecessor, it wasn't as successful as Ducati had hoped. In 1992, production was suspended and the Borgo Panigale factory did not produce another SportTouring until 1997. In the meantime, in 1993, the production line that was used for the Paso became the line that produced the first Monster.
|Bore and Stroke||92x68 mm|
|Total displacement||904 cc|
||Belt-driven desmodromic overhead camshaft|
|Spark plugs||Champion RA4HC|
|Carburetor||Weber I.A.W P7 CPU|
||90 HP at 8,500 rpm|
|Top speed||230 Km/h (142,9 mph)|
|Gear ratios||0,857:1; 0,958; 1,091; 1,350; 1,764; 2,466|
|Primary drive||2,000:1 (31/62)|
||41,7 mm Marzocchi M1R
||Marzocchi Duoshock 38 mm rising-rate swingarm
||Twin-disc Ø 320 mm (12,6 in.)|
||Single-disc Ø 245 mm (9,6 in.)
||120/70 x 17|
||170/60 x 17
||2090 mm (82,3 in.)
||700 mm (27,6 in.)
|Height||1160 mm (45,7 in.)|
||780 mm (30,7 in.)
||1490 mm (55,7 in.)
||215 Kg (473,6 lbs.)