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Ducati Diavel Carbon Upgraded by FCR

We know FCR for the ultra-neat jobs they do upgrading motorcycles with high-performance parts, always able to add a hefty dose of racey DNA to pretty much any machine that stops in their garage. This time it's a Ducati Diavel Carbon, brought in for just a few touches.
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One of the modifications involved changing the foot controls with aftermarket ones. The rear sets comes from Tamburini and look like they modify a bit the geometry of the riding position. This is of course a nifty improvement for the Diavel, provided that the rider is not a really tall one: I am 1.86 m (6'1") and the stock controls are a bit uneasy.

The other, more complex job, was creating a new exhaust line for the new Termignoni dual-can silencer. Careful welding produced the desired outcome, new exhaust pipes which retain much of the OEM attire of the stock ones, but which serve the new silencer perfectly.

Not much hacking and sawing for this Diavel, as it is already an almost perfect machine from the box, only careful, subtle updates to make it sensible better.

 
 
 
 
 

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