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Ducati 750SS Cafe Racer in Gulf colors
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28 Jul 2021

Ducati 750SS Cafe Racer in Gulf colors

Another handsome Gulf-liveried cafe project from HCAF. Dubbed the “Spirit of Preluk,” the build started life as a 1999 750SS and takes its name from a race track in the Kvarner Gulf in the builder, Armano Filipovic’s native Croatia.

To kick things off, Filipovic disposed of the SuperSport’s factory bodywork (except for the stock fuel tank and front fender). In its stead, he installed a cafe racer-style half-fairing and an aftermarket tail section, both of which have been outsourced from Greece’s Ducati Tifoso. The bike’s subframe was modified to accommodate the new tail, receiving a dual-function LED lighting strip that keeps the rear end free of any unwanted clutter.

The standard exhaust system has been discarded to make room for a heat-wrapped two-into-two alternative. Furthermore, the 748cc V-twin breathes with ease thanks to a unique air intake setup, topped with a high-flow pod filter. Armano proceeded to honor the predator’s clip-ons with a selection of fresh goodies, including new grips, levers, and switches.

At the other end, you will find a pair of rear-mounted foot pegs, while a racing-style filler cap can be seen adorning the gas tank. The finishing touch consists of a flawless color scheme depicting Gulf Racing’s legendary paintwork, which looks truly delicious on this one-off Ducati 750SS.

#custom #ducati #750ss #gulf #caferacer

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  • Hishaam Namooya 29 Jul 2021
    looks awesome.
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  • Danny 4D's 29 Jul 2021
    What a BEAUTIFUL Machine 😘
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  • retired 0311 29 Jul 2021
    Beautiful. Wow.
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  • Nicole 29 Jul 2021
    Amazing! Would love to hear it run.
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