Radical Ducati  9½

 

 

 

From the guys at Spanish firm Radical Ducati comes the 9½, a Ducati ST2 motor wedged into a Monster 900 chassis, making an Italian beauty that’s part cafe racer, part streetfighter. Drawing inspiration form Ducati’s single-cylinder race bikes from the 1970′s, the 9½ is not only a looker, but is comprised of parts from Ducatis long forgotten past

If you look closely you’ll see pieces from not only the ST2, Monster 900, but also from the Ducati 916 Superbike (swingarm and rear-wheel), and 999 Superbike (fuel tank). Some other Radical parts enter the mix as well from its RAD series, and the result is a retro-esque bike that looks scintillating, classy, light, and fast.

Radical Ducati 9½ Build Specifications:

Modified Monster 900 frame
M900 97 fork
M900 carburetors
Single side swingarm kit
M900 front wheel
916 rear wheel
Brembo disc brakes
Brembo PR19 brake pump.
Frentubo blue Kevlar brake lines
ST2 engine (tuned)
K&N air filters
916 racing electrical wiring
Aviacompositi rev counter
ST2 original ECU
Wolfman two independents exhaust tubes
Laser megaphones
SP footpegs
Malagutti 500 water radiator
MT03 aluminum modified front mudguard.
999 fuel tank with Ergal quick-open gas tap.
RAD 02 Cafe Racer solo seat.
Tomaselli aluminum clipons

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