The 100-horsepower Monster 1100 Evo is the strongest air-cooled, two-valve Ducati yet built. The 100-horsepower Monster 1100 Evo is the strongest air-cooled, two-valve Ducati yet buil The Diavel power-cruiser wasn't the only new Ducati shown at EICMA. The Borgo Panigale firm also took the opportunity to introduce a new and unexpected top-of-the-line Monster called the 1100 Evo. Using an even more massaged version of the Hypermotard 1100 Evo's engine, equipped with higher compression pistons, a lighter flywheel and a new, dual shotgun-style side-mount exhaust replacing the old underseat unit, this is the first air-cooled, two-valve Ducati to make more than 100 bhp, the company says. The Monster Evo also features the Ducati Safety Pack, consisting of four-level-adjustable traction control and ABS, as standard equipment. Higher handlebars, a new, more supportive saddle and a slimmer tail section round out the updates, while the claimed dry weight of just 373 lbs. remains identical to last year's non-ABS bike. Ten-spoke wheels are also new this year, shod with Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires. By Aaron Frank Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!