– Rear section of the chassis was complemented with metal tube of the same diameter as the original, and worked to receive the exclusive LED torch built-in.
– A new rear fairing was built in order to give the fuel tank a horizontal line that the original model does not show.
– The panel fixing bracket has been redone in order to centralize the clock.
– The ignition contact was repositioned between the two engine cylinders on the left side of the motorcycle.
– The handlebars are a flat bar, choice made to ensure more comfort because I use the bike daily to go to work.
– A new headlight support was made exclusively for the assembly of a full LED headlight, which had its fixation to the support made through a set of personalized rings printed on a 3D printer.
– The exhaust system received a Termignoni tip that even had the red color of the upper part of the logo, changed to blue and to accompany the look of the bike.
– The set of wheels. As there is no availability here in Brazil of 17 “spoked wheels, we had to disassemble and adapt a supermotard rim to the front set and thus we were able to mount Pirelli Super Corsa tires.
– The front fender is an adaptation of the Ducati Monster, giving the set a more “speed” appearance.
– Graphics and color. I wanted from the beginning, to choose a color that was not a traditional Ducati, but that was a genuine Italian color. The choice was to use the original Bugati Veyron blue in a graphics that reinforced the horizontal line that goes from the front to the rear of the bike.