Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Ducati Monster 900 by Hazan Motorworks

Most people would be happy with a completely stock Ducati, but Max Hazan is not most people, and decided to custom build this Ducati Monster 900 motorcycle.

Taking a minimalistic approach to the build, Hazan replaced quite a few components on the bike while still keeping things simple. Aside from the engine (which was tweaked a bit), wheels, and half of the frame, everything else was swapped out. The entire original rear section of the motorcycle was chopped off, and Hazan handmade a new one along with a rear mudguard, rear cowl, custom fuel tank, spartan foam seat, Harley-Davidson headlight, and a whole lot more. On the performance side of things, this Ducati had its carbs rejetted, and has been equipped with an open intake to replace the standard airbox, custom headers, and carbon exhausts. All of the vehicle's electronics (including the battery) have been neatly hidden within the bike's tank, finishing out the look nicely. [Via]

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