I’m personally a huge fan of the Ducati Streetfighter, in terms of both performance and aesthetics. While I’m excited to see the new production V4 Streetfighter come out soon, the models from a decade ago are still total gems of bikes. This particular 2010 Streetfighter features a ridiculously long list of more than five-dozen up-specced aftermarket parts. Practically every piece that can be upgraded — or replaced with carbon fiber or CNC’d aluminum unit — has been swapped out for one.
Highlights of the build sheet include a WSBK-style aluminum tank, carbon fiber BST rims, carbon fiber bodywork, fenders, and covers throughout, custom-painted chassis and subframe, a Surflex slipper clutch, Ohlins suspension, upgraded Brembo master cylinders, levers, and calipers, adjustable billet aluminum Ducabike rear-sets, Spark carbon fiber exhaust, Rexxer remapped ECU, and a slew of additional hardware from DRIVEN, Corse Dynamics, COX Racing, SpeedyMoto, Rizoma, Oberon, RhinoMoto, CRG, Competition Werks, BrakeTech, and Sargent.
2010 Streetfighter 1098 examples go for around $7-$10K, and this bike easily has well over its asking price in aftermarket parts alone (plus factoring in the labor for the installation of everything would tack on that much more). The insanely well-farkled naked was a project of the Northern California-based online retailer MotoWheels.
You can find this thoroughly upgraded 2010 Ducati Streetfighter for sale here at MotoWheels in Rancho Cordova, California with a price of $22,500.