Yup sure is, it's actually pretty toned down compared to the one use on the race bike. That "crappy single rotor" is actually a massively powerful setup, eight pistons in that bad boy. Poor heat dissipation is the biggest drawback.Is that what is is? I assumed it was for a second caliper for racing applications with that crappy single rotor.
As soon as I saw this bike I thought OMg "they are making 2 strokes again", then i noticed it was a "1190" and knew it was just a cool exhaust. Seems that exhaust wouldn't have been hard to get under the tail, but o well.That bike needs a short exhaust like a KTM RC8R. Get rid of that god awful exhaust and the bracket to hold it. Other than that, nice looking.
Yes it weighs less but due to the larger diameter it actually has a higher amount of radial momentum and thus more gyroscopic force then two smaller discs. More gyroscopic force means it's harder to change directions.