- Timing Belts
- Air Filter
- Spark plugs
- Polish displays and PPF them
- Deep clean and condition
- Clean, prep and refinish the exhaust
This is a 2015 Ducati Diavel Titanium edition and on initial inspection it looked like the paint on it was flaking off/fading in different areas. There was a bare spot on the tank where the paint had chipped off and it looked brushed. The titanium edition meant that the tank, fairings etc. were made of titanium. All the paper work, titanium special edition paper work etc. matched the VIN# so I was not sure why this looked the way it did. Did some more digging and found out that when these were made the titanium pieces got a mix of brushed and media blasted steps for the overall look. Also found out that the if these were not stored indoors mostly and not waxed or coated the clear coat used to protect the effects on the titanium prematurely failed and basically starts delaminating slowly. This bike had the same issue and was painted over because of how labor intensive it would be to get it back to a factory finish.
Pictured below is how the bike started out looking.