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Xerox Ducati World Superbike Photo Gallery

MotoUSA rides Michel Fabrizio’s factory Xerox Ducati 1098 F09 in Portimao, Portugal. Read the full story in our 2009 World Superbike Comparison.

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