February 18th, 2011


The CNC Racing Rear
Brake Caliper Mount is
installed.
We bought this bike
used from one of
our customers and
this is how she
arrived...

Not bad right?
Unfortunately the
left side wasn't as
lucky.

No matter though,
the opportunity to
build a bike that is
entirely our own is
what people like us
live for!
Disassembly of the
bike promptly
begins.
Hmmm....

Clearly there is no
problem here.
Naturally we
couldn't wait to start
the mods!

#1.
Smoked LED tail
light with integrated
signals.

And

#2. Custom cut
license plate
mounting bracket
(Take that red light cameras!)
The bike was
stripped of its:

Wheels, Brakes,
Controls, Mirrors,
Gauges, Exhaust,
Forks, Triples,
Handlebars, Fairings,
Clutch, Fenders, Tail
Light, Turn Signals,
etc...

And there is still
more to go.
Another great view
of the integrated tail
light and it's
ridiculously bright
100 LED's.

This light pulses
when the brakes are
initially applied, it is
impossible for any
competent driver to
miss you at night!
October 18th, 2010

We added Rizoma's
Rear Brake Fluid
Reservoir

And the search for a
unique, custom
exhaust ensues...

Option #1.
Laser
Dual Tip Extreme
Mufflers mounted
shotgun style.
October 26th, 2010

1 Step forward, 3
Steps back.

We decided to strip
the bike completely
down to the frame.

This was roughly
half way through...
October 28th, 2010

We finished test
fitting a few parts
(with great success I
may add!) and then
dropped the motor.
Plain old black just
isn't doing it for me...

So the frame and
swingarm were
stripped clean and
are being sent out
for a special coating.
October 31st, 2010

Flattery?

Less than two short
weeks after release
pictures of our
concept exhaust
(look above), the
guys at Radical
Ducati some how
came up with this
similar idea.
December 20th, 2010

Introducing
Marzocchi's RAC50
front forks and Triple
clamps.

:)
December 29th, 2010

The frame returns in
Ducati's silver paint
to match the stripe
on the tank, tail, and
headlight fairings.

And naturally we
couldn't resist
seeing how the new
triple clamps look
next to the frame.
January 4th, 2011


The rear suspension
link just looked to
plain and ugly, so
we gave it a quick
shot of high heat
black gloss spray
paint and hung it up
to dry.
January 5th, 2011


Carbon Fiber belt covers go back
onto the motor, along with the
custom painted swingarm and
frame.


Also pictured - Our favorite shop
monkey and parts manager:

Lyle Collotzi
January 5th, 2011


Next we reinstalled
the painted
suspension link and
ride height adjuster
(which I hope to be
swapping for a DucaBike
version soon)
.
January 5th, 2011


We install the fully adjustable, top
of the line, custom built
Bitubo
XXF31 Rear Shock!
January 5th, 2011


SpeedyMoto Frame
Sliders are installed
(we currently have the
new version of their slider
pucks on the way to us).
January 27th, 2011


The
Marzocchi
RAC50 Fork Kit is
installed.
January 28th, 2011


The VERY BEST in
Slipper Clutches -
the
EVR CTS is
installed!
She's all finished!!!!
January 28th, 2011


Arrow Stainless
Steel Racing
Headers are
installed.
February 8th, 2011


A teaser of things to
come...
February 15th, 2011


The never before seen
Maviryk Design Water
Pump Cover/Slider debuts
on our Custom Monster
S4RS, along with a
CNC
Racing Alternator Cover
and the
EVR 30mm Clutch
Slave.
February 20th, 2011


Cox Oil Cooler and
installed.
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And we are mating
them up with:

BST 5-Spoke Carbon
Fiber Rims!!
March 10th, 2011

Shes starting to look
like a bike again!
February 23rd, 2011

We topped of the
Marazocchi Triple
Clamp with  
CNC
Racing's Bar Risers
and an
AEM Factory
Steering Head Nut.

Handlebars are of the
Rizoma Conical
variety.
February 28th, 2011

Guess what we have...

SICOM T-Drive
Carbon Rotors!!

They weigh 780 grams
each!

(yeah that's only about 3
pounds lighter than the
originals!)
Just beautiful aren't
they?
February 23rd, 2011

A Maviryk Design 12
Cell Battery was
installed to insure fast
and reliable starting
power, while
removing a further 8.5
pounds of weight.
March 10th, 2011

A Carbon Dry Front
Fender is installed.

Now if only we had
the fuel tank to install...

:(
Coming Soon:  
Brembo MonoBloc
Calipers!
April 9th, 2011

Thanks to some
custom machined
radial caliper spacers,
and the addition of
Spiegler's Stainless
Steel Brake Lines in
Dark Smoke with Ti
fittings, the front end
is finally finished!
April 11th, 2011

and on the 11th day, it
rained carbon fiber...

:)
April 11th, 2011

The finishing touches have begun,
including:


A BellissiMoto exclusive Carbon Fiber Airbox,

Carbonvani CF Radiator Side Covers,

Carbonvani CF Headlight Enclosure,

Carbonvani CF Rear Fender,

and

CNC Racing Fork Collars.
May 2nd, 2011

Black Rizoma Conical
Handlebars prevail, and
are joined by a Bitubo
Steering Damper,
DucaBike Reservoir
Covers, P-Technology
EVO 2 Levers, and of
course CRG Lane Splitter
Bar End Mirrors.
May 2nd, 2011

A lightweight 520
conversion kit featuring
EK's MVXZ gold racing
Drives was installed.

This set up removed over
3 pounds of rotating
weight from the rear drive
assembly.
June 22nd, 2011

The sweet sound of
success...

More pictures and videos
to come soon.

:)
I'd like to give a special thanks to Dave
Moore for providing us with a studio and
his talents behind the camera.

Model Credit - Our lovely Amy H.
She's all done!

(Now it's time to ride! Scroll to the bottom for Action shots courtesy of KillBoy)
Look below to see just how this project took shape, and don't be afraid to get
a little inspired by our handiwork:
Slaying the Dragon at Deals Gap:
I loved these pictures
from our August 2011
ride through the gap too
much to keep them to
myself.

Just consider these to
be a reminder to actually
get out there and ride
your bike!

:)
After her first valve
checkup, we decided to
give her a coolant
overflow container.

Like everything we do, it
had to be cool and
functional.

One
LLS Racing Brake
Fluid Reservoir
took
care of that.
A true monster bleeds
GREEN!!!
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UPDATE - OCTOBER 22nd, 2013!
With your help
we donated
$5,000 to the:
The winning ticket # was 839824, purchased by Andreas on October 15th, what a lucky,
lucky, lucky guy!! We're also quite happy to see that it went to a fellow Ducati rider
(Andreas also owns a Ducati Diavel Carbon edition in Red), and a retired US Navy sailor!

Ride it like you stole it Andreas!
Rather than sell this beautiful custom Ducati Monster S4RS, I decided to raffle it off to help benefit the
Semper Fi Fund which helps our wounded veterans rebuild their lives.

Click the picture of our lucky winner below to learn more!