If you've ever looked at your V2 street car and thought, "If it had wings, I'd like it more", Ducati will think the same.
Ducati has launched a new set of motorcycle parts for ducati for its Street Fighter V2, and it somehow looks more combative.
In any form, the Street Fighter isn't a particularly round-looking motorcycle, but for those looking to elevate their aesthetic, the Bologna brand's new performance motorcycle parts for ducati for the V2 are sure to interest them .
From this new add-on motorcycle parts for ducati, the most prominent item is the dual fixed wind wing. Straight from Gigi Dall'Igna's dream - and Carmelo Ezpeleta's nightmare, for that matter - these new wings came straight from MotoGP circa 2016, before aerodynamics became (slightly) more normative. Do they have an impact on performance? Who knows? Frankly, who cares? They definitely add to the look of the motorcycle.
The fins are made of carbon fiber, which is the basic theme of these add-ons. There are also carbon fiber front and rear fenders, rear shock absorber covers, dash covers, heel guards, license plate holders and carbon fiber and titanium exhaust covers.
Ducati is also partnering with Rizoma to produce CNC-machined billet aluminum motorcycle parts for ducati, including mirrors, fuel caps, brakes and clutch reservoirs.
Additionally, the StreetFighter V2 has a "Sports Package" that includes a carbon license plate holder, handlebar weights, fuel tank cap, brake and clutch levers, and LED indicators.
Akrapovic also played a role. Ducati says the StreetFighter V2's new titanium exhaust is for track use only, making the motorcycle "even more unique and exciting".
There's also the DDA package on the track, Ducati said, "combining the functionality of the electronic finish line and the display of the instrument panel time with the data capture of trajectory, speed, revs, gear, throttle opening and electronic system intervention".