Italian designer Davide Caforio (Davide Caforio), known as an experienced master to work with motorcycles the Moto Guzzi , decided to set up the bike as a tribute to motorcycles participating in the eight-hour race at Suzuka in the 80's. motorcycle construction concept was based on the increase in capacity and improve the performance and then later moved to the background design of the motorcycle. Following this plan Caforio upgraded engine and carburetors installed DellOrto-PHM.
After the frame has been redesigned, aluminum swingarm now in conjunction with the established new racing mono shock absorber WP. Ahead of the new Marzocchi fork 41.7mm damper Bitubo, wheels 18-inch rear and 16 inch front shod with Avon tires, Brembo brakes series Oro.
Caforio "slyapat" view of a typical motorcycle while for endurance racing, making fiberglass parts in the image of Yamaha TZ750, new aluminum fuel made with the neck by a vintage cover of the Bimota , and a set of classic pegs, which is a copy of Bimota. Driving painting patriotic made in the flag colors of Italy.