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Moto Corse Japan Ducati Diavel DVC, Close to the $70k Mark

If you're bent on a Ducati Diavel and want something as far-out as possible, then Motor Corse Japan is the place for you. Not only you'll get a customization job for your Ducati you never thought possible, but you'll also get a bill you thought hardly possible: the DVC Diavels retail for prices around the $70,000 (€52,340) mark.
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This is more or less double the price of a standard new Carbon Diavel, but the results are astonishing, and if you can afford the DVC you should go for it, as there are rather few custom jobs to rival it.

The modding kit is literally loaded with custom-made parts and the Japanese make liberal use of titanium and carbon fiber, with CNC aluminium components replacing pretty much anything that can be replaced. Even more, Moto Corse Japan are changing the rear sprocket with a quick change one and so on... leaving nothing untouched, if they can touch it.

Finally, one more nice thing about the Japanese-customized Diavels: they make it impossible that two of them be identical, and this means each bike is unique... just like its owner. So if you still haven't found better ways to spend $70k...

 
 
 
 
 

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