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SSS ie side fairings removed so the headlight top cowling whatever you want to call it is stock, so nothing special there.
I can see that the mirror mounts (two holes) are still there, just no mirrors.
Bellypan added - quite like that if you want to go semi naked.
Chopped seat/sub-frame but retaining/extending the trellis frame theme of Ducati.
Custom single seat-looks really uncomfortable. Is it a plank of wood painted black?
No front guard/fender whereas stock has one to protect fork seals and moving fork bits.
The black bit between the tank and frame smacks of 1999/2000 depending on where you live and when it was released.
In Australia 2000 model had them whilst my 2001 does not.
A bit hard to tell, but the wheels look like 3 spoke, which again indicates 1999/2000, whereas the 2001 where I live had 5 spoke and supposedly lighter/better/something.
Who knows or cares!.
Obviously not stock exhaust.
Rear hugger looks cool.
The stock one looks so boring that even on a Playboy model it would still look like a Wellington boot irrespective of how the rest of the package loos
Rear hugger looks like it would stop crap being flung onto the rear shock.