Archive for the Ducati SS SL supersport superlight (belt driven) Category

Ducati Supersport Superlight 1991 – 1997

Posted in Ducati SS SL supersport superlight (belt driven), Ducati SS SL supersport superlight 9Belt driven) on August 31, 2013 by oronero100

It has been over a year since we last manufactured any carbon fibre bodywork panels for the 2 valve Ducati Supersport and Superlight models. A small batch of seats are currently being prepared and will shortly be available for resale,


Ducati carbonio carbon carbono SS Supersport SL Superlight mono solo seat


Ducati Superlight Supersport Carbon mono solo seat unit

Posted in Ducati SS SL supersport superlight (belt driven) on October 26, 2012 by oronero100

Ducati superlight seat mono solo carbon carbonio carbone carbono

Though we have been supplying the GRP solo seats for the last few years we had not produced any carbon units yet. Well so that we have complete bodywork sets available albeit the short fairings we have now added the tail section to our repertoire of parts for these great bikes. Please contact us for further details.

Carbon fairings for 1990-1998 Ducati Supersport and Superlight models, without the indicator recess.

Posted in Ducati SS SL supersport superlight (belt driven) on August 8, 2012 by oronero100

As some of you maybe aware we manufactured the moulds to reproduce these panels as per original with the indicator recess, now we have finished the moulds so that you can have your Ducati Supersport or Superlight without indicators fitted. Manufactured in carbon with a carbon/kevlar hybrid inner layer for durability.

Carbon for Supersport SS and SL models pre injection

Posted in Ducati SS SL supersport superlight (belt driven) on June 1, 2011 by oronero100

Ducati supersport superlight carbon rear lower hugger

Orornero had been asked by another supplier if we were able to remanufacture the rear lower carbon huggers for the belt-driven Ducati Supersport and Superlight models (pre injection). Once again we were able to secure the continued supply of these harder to come by parts once again.

This is a continuation of the ideal that these parts should be readily available, for all to enjoy. It is still possible to keep these lovely machines visually as stunning as they did when originally introduced from the factory.