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Rear shock absorber protection Ducati 748 / 916 / 996 / 998

A typical problem present on Ducatis of the Tamburini series (748/916/996/998) is that relating to the deterioration of the rear shock absorber which is exposed to the splashes of road debris carried by the tyre.

To remedy this, an aftermarket rear mudguard is often installed, but the aesthetic impact is excessive, distorting the lines dictated by the designer.

The solution we propose is effective while maintaining great discretion.

It is compatible with all stock (Showa/Ohlins) and aftermarket shock absorbers.

From 145.00


  • Choice of Plain (Ducati Performance) or Twill carbon texture
  • Ready to assemble
  • In accordance with current homologation standards
  • It resists atmospheric agents and does not need maintenance
  • Suitable for both track/competition use and road use


Our components are made using the highest quality materials: certified carbon fiber and high modulus epoxy resin produced to our specifications.
Different layers of carbon fiber are used with added Kevlar internal reinforcements in areas subject to impact.
The processing is carried out by specialized personnel with the utmost care in laying the fabrics and using a VARTM vacuum technique developed and patented by us.
We therefore obtain a component with excellent aesthetic and mechanical qualities, thanks to the “state of the art” that the made in Italy hi-tech craftsmanship is able to provide.

Directions of craftsmanship:
Some small surface imperfections, microporosity or chromatic irregularities are a typical feature of carbon fiber and its manufacturing. Their presence is synonymous with craftsmanship and uniqueness of each individual piece and does not affect the life or robustness of the item.

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