Ducati 999VX by Venier Customs

Jan 30, 2014

Category: Rides

A 2003 Ducati 999s Testastretta has been given a massive overhaul by the New York based team at Venier Customs, and the result is this 999vx, a café racer that’s clearly ready to run.

This modified race bike features a STM EVO clutch, rapid bike powertrain unit control, electronic speeds, and a Discacciati front brake. The original design has been totally jettisoned for this new look, including a new back frame and seat with an integrated tail light. Around back there’s a combination Termignoni Corse and Zard muffler. There’s also new lighting and electronic components, while the Ducati wheels from a 1000gt have been adjusted for the new vehicle.

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