If you want the performance of a street-tuned superbike, you’ll probably have to resort to one of the very strong hypernaked on the market today. Of course, calling a bike with nearly 200 horsepowerroad-oriented” is utterly ridiculous. Nonetheless, these bikes are here to quench the thirst of the most performance enthusiasts.

One of the most impressive and popular models in this segment is undoubtedly the Ducati Streetfighter V4. On the global market it is offered in three variants, the Streetfighter packs all the race-ready features of the Panigale V4 into a package that is a little more practical for street use. That said, the Streetfighter V4 is one of his most powerful street bikes in the world, and Ducati has gone even further by offering this Hyper Naked Beast a new Sport package.

As if the Streetfighter V4 wasn’t already performance oriented enough, Ducati has made it even sharper, lighter and louder than ever before. Sport package features include a lightweight billet aluminum gas cap, brake and clutch levers, and handlebar counterweights. These fancy add-ons don’t just brighten up, they add a touch of tweakability and stability to your mix. The best part of the sport package is of course the Akrapovic exhaust system.

Here Ducati offers its customers two options regarding the Exahsut system. One of them is an undermount system that sits where the stock muffler used to be. This saves 800 grams of weight and at the same time makes it relatively quiet. On the other hand, if you have the funds and want the bike to be as loud as possible, you can install an all-titanium setup. This results in a 6% increase in power and torque, while saving him 5.5 kg in weight. The exhaust system features twin tail outlets, race-derived polyester air cleaners and custom race maps to accommodate the new exhaust system.

Ducati’s in-house customization options for the Streetfighter V4 don’t end with the Sport package. The Borgo Panigale house also offers a wide range of carbon fiber components such as front and rear fenders, TFT display covers, tank covers, seat cowls, winglets and even license plate holders. Of course Ducati says all these parts save weight and improve performance slightly, but we all know people buy them for the sporty look they give their bikes.

Source: rideapart.com