DUCATI SILURO: HOW TO TURN A MONSTER 1200 S TO A STREETFIGHTER

DUCATI SILURO

Ducati Streetfighter was one of the sensation at the 2009 EICMA (crowned bike of the show), but I didn’t match the sales expectation, and a lot of Ducatisti or even motorcycle enthusiasts were keen to see a new model, instead we have the Ducati monster 1200 R, recently added to the lineup, the loo of the bike is as always great but it lack some aggressive lines, don’t worry Ducati Spain ordered a beautiful and gorgeous custom Monster 1200 S from XTR PEPO called SILURO.

The Ducati SILURO is a 2015 Ducati 1200 S ordered by Ducati Spain from the Spaniard builder XTR PEPO, the result is without a doubt a master piece of art, XTR PEPO kept the tank and the engine/chassis plus the swingarm standard and add a lot of Ducati performance parts, such carbon fiber swingarm covers, carbon fiber rear mudguard, led Blinkers, ergal cnc machined water pump protector, ergal cnc machined sprocket cover, ergal cnc machined Panigale race footrests, and the list of modification goes on, it’s good to notice that the XTR PEPO had incrusted a homemade rear subframe and a upholstered solo seat with an integrated taillight.
To let the engine breath a 2 in one exhaust system by SUPERMARIO replace the original one linked to a -Modified Multistrada 1200 Termignoni silencer in a really confusing high position, which will make you trip really hot, the front headlamp is replaced by this minimalist headlamp which really add an aggressive look to this Ducati SILURO.
The list parts in the Ducati SLILURO is pretty long and we prefer to let you enjoy this beast in pictures, and we hope one day Ducati will bring back the Streetfighter.
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