Ducati Flat Tracker by Fuller 2

This Ducati Flat tracker is the result of a cooperation between Fuller Moto and Lloyd Brothers Motorsports, to create a brand new race team in the American Flat Track Series (AFT). The bikes built for the race team are now available in a very limited edition to ride the streets.

The Ducati Flat Tracker is based on the exact same 4130 Chromoly tubing frame as the race bikes and a brand new tuned 798cc Ducati engine that puts out 65hp (on the wheel!). The wet weight of this dirt machine is around 320lbs (145kg). To keep it on the track, the bike is stuffed with high-end parts. A full list of specifications and mods can be found below the images.

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#1 of 10 – FULLER MOTO Limited Edition Series

FULLER MOTO STREET TRACKER – Custom Prototype – Frame and Swingarm

Ducati Monster 796 (Lloyd Brothers Racing) – Crate Motor
Wiring, ECU, Custom Map (The Duc Shop)

FULLER MOTO Stainless, Cone Engineering Reverse Cone Mufflers, prototype

Front – Ohlins FG511 Inverted Forks, TTX Racing Fork Cartridge Kit
Attack Performance Racing Triple Clamps
Rear – Fox Shox Racing – Custom

Dubya USA, Custom Prototype
Talon Billet Pro Hubs
Sun Aluminum Rims (19” X 3.5”)
Stainless Steel Spokes and Nipples

Vee Rubber 394 Street Tracker DOT, prototype
Front: 27.0 X 7.0 X 19
Rear: 27.5 X 7.5 X 19

First Klass Glass – Street Tracker – FULLER MOTO Custom

Brembo M50 Caliper
EBC Rotors (320mm / 240mm)
Frando Racing Master Cylinder Clutch / Brake Controls
Frando Racing Rear Sets

By Published On: May 5, 2017Categories: Tracker0 Comments on Ducati Flat Tracker by Fuller MotoTags: 1.7 min readViews: 645

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