Join DucCutters
Customized Italian Motorcycles Club

"DucCutters" formally known as "TurboMonster" has changed the name of the site to better represent all the people contributing. Not all the projects are Turbo'ed or Monsters, so TurboMonster doesn't really fit anymore. But we all like cutting up Duc's, therefore we are now DucCutters!

The DucCutters club dedicated to customized Italian motorcycles. This online community is open to anyone who is serious about customizing their Italian motorcycles, sharing information on customized Italian motorcycles and competition. We're continuously adding resources and information to help educate an inform our club memebers on unique and safe ways to customize there Italian motorcycles.

Full Membership in the club is for owner's of customized Italian motorcycles. Full members receive their own page in our project section to display their bikes (multiple bikes are acceptable). To submit a bike, please fill out the form below and eMail your photos to

Any questions, comments or suggestions contact

Best regards,
Bill Johnson
DucCutters Club President

Click Here for more information the club's President and founder.
Click Here for information the club's logo.

Full Member: Project Submission
Your Full Name*
Projects Name
Your Project
Please enter the story of your project.
Suggested topics to include are concept, history,
production and final results like awards,
race results, etc.
Mod List
Please enter a list of what you have modified
on the bike. Be sure to indicate "custom made"
items you've made as well as after market items.
How did you hear about DucCutters?
Fire is what?* (hot or cold)
* Required fields.

DucCutters Privacy Policy
DucCutters will NOT "sell" or "give permission" for your projects information to be used by third parties without the express permission of the bikes owner. DucCutters will NOT ask for your VIN number, street address, credit card or other personal information. If you have any questions regarding DucCutters privacy policy contact




Legal Notice

Motor Vehicle Modification
Customizing, forced induction systems (turbocharging, supercharging, nitrous oxide, etc.), frame modification, and other major vihicle modifications should never be taken lightly. Forced induction systems will shorten your vehicle mechanical life and increase your risk of serious accidents. The information in this website has been collected from several sources, and may contain errors. We do not accept any responsibility for the use of the information contained in this site. Be sure to double check all information and proceed with extreme caution. Any modifaction to your engine, frame or other vital part of your vehicle should only be done my trained professionals.

Racing: High Speed Driving/Riding
Drag racing, road racing and driving a motor vehicle are ALL inherently dangerous and should never be taken lightly. High speed driving/riding should only be done on closed-cuites, under strict guidlines. High speed driving/riding will shorten your vehicle mechanical life and increase your risk of serious accidents. Any form of street racing is just unacceptable. Never race on the street!

Manufacturer Representation
These project may not be officially endorsed by the manufacturer the project is representing. The projects are personal concepts only and does not reflect on the manufacturer. Any copyrighted logos or design cues that might be infringed on by this project are totally without malus, and only used by the designer to show their respect for the manufacturer. This club does not have any official sponsorship or endorment from any manufacturers.

DucCutters Logo
The DucCutters logo (slashed circle and cross-bones) is a register trademark of the club presdient, William Johnson. The logo is intended for the promotional use of the DucCutters club.

Reporting An Isuue
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