• Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition by DSC

    Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition
  • Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition
  • Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition
  • Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition
  • Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition

Inspired by the shark face nose art of World War II’s Flying Tigers, the three fighter squadrons of US volunteers that flew for the Chinese Air Force, Death Spray Custom in London have created what they like to call the Bite project.

This Ducati 996, which was most likely upgraded with a Fast By Ferracci 1026 Stroker Kit and now called ‘1096’, is the project’s pièce de résistance. Obviously, the paintjob is the coolest thing about it.

Ducati may not have thought at a “shark edition” for none of their superbikes, but DSC’s work could stand as a good source of inspiration if the idea ever strikes.

Photos © Neil Bridge


Ducati ‘1026' Flying Tigers edition by DSC Exterior
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Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition


Ducati ‘1026' Flying Tigers edition by DSC Exterior
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Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition


Ducati ‘1026' Flying Tigers edition by DSC Exterior
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Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition


Ducati ‘1026' Flying Tigers edition by DSC Exterior
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Ducati ‘1026’ Flying Tigers edition

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1 comments:

Rod  (825) posted on 04.26.2010

I like it and I don’t like it.

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