Consider the Mongrel the next step of evolution. The new apex predator among the Supersports 😜@Invincible But white or red are pedigree; with white being the better. Red, white and gold would be classed as a Mongrel 😂
I think the wrap is a good idea. You won't do any permanent damage taking the risk for paint. It looks good, no downside.It's a custom made wrap.
I totally would've preferred a proper paint job, but that would have been too expensive.
The white with gold trim (it's two layers) was 200€ fitted on the bike with cutting tape and the "Supersport 950 Testastretta"
and the Retro - style Ducati decals were 80€ in total.
Cost and stock. When the wheels are only available in one colour, you don't need to buy two colours and you can simply stock black ones instead of having to plan the needs for black and red.I can't understand why Ducati have chosen to go back to black on the newer model.
I think that's the route I will go down if I ever replace mine. I do prefer the shape of the fairing on the new model but not sure if the difference is enough to justify the additional £5,000- £6,000 I'd have to find.I had the Dealer paint the wheels red on my 950S before I collected it. Just didn't like the black wheels with the red sticker on them
To save Ducati having to paint the whole wheel red 😅 It's a token effort. When I first saw them in the photos on websites, I thought the black squares were painted on. Turns out they are just 'stickers'What is the Red sticker on the wheels for? Mine has them. I'm considering removing them but afraid the paint underneath will be screwed up from the adhesive.
I remember reading that it is decorative and is meant to replicate the tape that racers used to use to hold wheel balancing weights on with.What is the Red sticker on the wheels for? Mine has them. I'm considering removing them but afraid the paint underneath will be screwed up from the adhesive.