Loads of Carbon Kevlar and a Termignoni exhaust help turn the Ducati 1098 into an even leaner, meaner roadracing machine.
- We put on an Ohlins TTX shock on the rear.
- Even little tidbits like sprocket covers received a little CF love.
- CF parts are spendy, but Joe love's the look.
- Sato Racing foot pegs have great grip and industrial appeal.
- The front end was equipped with an Ohlins steering damper.
- The piping on the Termignoni 70mm race exhaust is bigger than most cars.
- The rear end was wallowing at first until they were able to dial in the new shock.
- A 2008 Ducati 1098 served as a palette for Joe's project.
- Joe scored a billet gas cap from Shift Tech.
- We spent a day at Thunder Hill with Pacific Track Time to see if all our hard work was worth it.
- The 1098 received a new Speedy Moto clutch and pressure plate.