Also &motorcycle bearings suppliers8212; check out that belt drive, replacing the chain. Maybe this modified muscle bike is the start of that trend?.MCN and Visordown both speculate the new Diavel will have Desmodromic Variable Timing, same as the Diavel.Both MCN and Visordown have photos of a new Ducati Diavel, which you can see in the composite image above. That variable valve timing technology should allow the motor to make strong power throughout the rev range, thanks to independent control of intake and exhaust # cams.The photos of the new Diavel come on the heels of hints from Ducati management that they have lineup additions coming aimed at the US market. We\u2019ve added photos of the existing Diavel so you can compare them side by side, to spot the differences.A couple British motorcycle magazines are reporting there\u2019s a new Diavel en route, with photos on their websites.The big changes: The exhaust has been rejigged, leaving the engine more visible. The fuel tank, radiator, headlight and belly pan have all been streamlined, and the swingarm has also been re-designedThe exhaust should roughly the same ground clearance as the frame, although it\u2019s not a high-mounted pipe. The turn signals appear to be tasteful in size, but expect that to change if the bike is to meet North American DOT standards. The rear subframe is not bolted on, so if adventurers twist that section around in a crash, it could be an expensive fix, unless you\u2019re in India and find a welder who can mend it for a few rupees.It\u2019s hard to tell, but it\u2019s possible the handlebar ends are threaded for a set of handguards.The seats don\u2019t look particularly cushy, as the padding appears on the thin side.Here are some more photos of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, the made-in-India adventure bike that\u2019s expected to debut this November. This specific unit might not have been completed, as there\u2019s no Royal Enfield logo painted on tank or sidecovers.