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    A new look Italian

    Decided to make "The Angry One." my V4 Ducati "S" my own as the Ducati Red whilst very nice needed breaking up so I went along the line of a littleis more it looks quite nice and not done up like a "Speciale" because its not one of those but wanted something different its even more exclusive now, well to me anyway.

    We put "real carbon" wrap in the ram air intakes in the fairings nose they look really good as later on a carbon fibre front m/guard is coming along with a rear hugger.
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