Bike Of The Day: 1994 Ducati 900SS Custom

This 1994 Ducati 900SS underwent a remarkable transformation into a cafe racer with a series of modifications. Its appearance was completely revamped with a stunning red, blue, and white finish applied over its original gold trellis frame. It is powered by a 904cc Desmodue L-twin engine paired with a six-speed transmission, providing impressive performance.

The bike has been extensively modified to achieve its cafe racer aesthetics and improve functionality. It features a custom aluminum front fairing and tail section, adding a distinct and aggressive look. The electrical system has been upgraded with the Motogadget m-Unit hub, enhancing control over lighting, instrumentation, and ignition, all conveniently operated through keyless ignition.

Additional modifications include an Alcantara-trimmed seat, combining luxury and comfort for an enjoyable ride. The bike is equipped with a high-quality StradaFab titanium two-into-one exhaust system, delivering enhanced performance and an exhilarating sound. An LED taillight, Revival switches, and Motogadget grips further contribute to the attention to detail.

For improved fuel delivery and efficiency, twin Keihin FCR41 carburetors have been added. The bike also features a removable license plate bracket for convenience. Furthermore, it is equipped with an adjustable Showa suspension, an oil cooler, and triple Brembo disc brakes, ensuring a dynamic and responsive riding experience. The 17″ wheels, along with clip-on handlebars and a side stand.

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