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Xerox Ducati World Superbike Photo Gallery
Michel Fabrizio at the Phillip Island circuit on the 1098 Xerox Ducati
MotoUSA rides Michel Fabrizio’s factory Xerox Ducati 1098 F09 in Portimao, Portugal. Read the full story in our
2009 World Superbike Comparison
Xerox Ducati's Michel Fabrizio on the grid.
Michel Fabrizio celebrates his first WSBK win at Monza.
Xerox Ducati Team - Michel Fabrizio and Noriyuki Haga
The fuel tank on the Xerox Ducati 1098 World Superbike holds around 6 gallons of fuel.
Bore and Stroke remain the same between the Xerox Ducati World Superbike and the production bike.
The 1098 World Superbike of Xerox Ducati weighs in at about 370 lbs wet.
The Xerox Ducati World Superbike was settup rider-forward for the Portimao circuit.
Xerox Ducati World Superbike uses the Magneti Marelli electronic injection system.
The Xerox Ducati WSBK races on slick Pirellis.
the top speed of the Xerox Ducati World Superbike is around a blistering 192 mph.
The low-end power on the Xerox Ducati rockets it off the corners like none of its competition.
The Xerox Ducati has a dry multiplate slipper clutch with hydraulic control.
Xerox Ducati World Superbike
The Xerox Ducati World Superbike utilizies Ohlins front forks as opposed to Showas on the production model.
The Xerox Ducati needs maximum braking power so the World Superbike features two 320 floating discs.
Xerox Ducati and SteveO
Termignoni stainless steel 2-1-2 with two stainless steel/carbon mufflers.
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