It was made only in that year and supposedly only 20 were made at all.
There were substancial differences to the DB1; the Brembo P34 billet calipers in front and Brembo’s very first billet radial pump were all original equipment. Malossi made 41mm smooth bore without pump or chke and with bronze slides for these as well. These have integral bellmouths and the entire body is fared out into these and polished.
Obviously the tangeziale megaphone (over 130db!) is not for the road and we have both left side and right side versions. Ours does not have the original faring. The thermic problems were just too big. This is a Suzuki RG500 top, the seat is home-made. Likewise, we have 17″ Marvic mags in use. The 0riginal 16/18 Campagnolos have been put away. The Rear wheel was changed to 17×6″ back then (1990). I replaced the original 16×3.75(!) with the 17×3.5″ 4 or 5 years ago, milling the front rotors myself to fit the fork and calipers unchanged. Likewise I fit DEllorto 40PHM carbs for the ssake of drivability. It is fast enough as it is, rating over 90hp and over 250kmh on the brake three years ago.