Kawasaki S1 is rarely seen in the United States, which can not but cause regret as this three-cylinder two-stroke, air-cooled one of the most frisky motorcycles produced in the 70 th year in this class. In the 70s, this bike was known as 'the Mach 1', it is completely up to his nickname and was able to develop a speed of a hundred miles per hour (160.9 km / h). This black, slim cafe racer (Café Racer) takes place in Seattle, his father became Helkott Ian, who several years ago made an impression on all fans of customizing presenting his creation cafe racer (Café Racer) based on the Yamaha RD350. There were no preconditions for the beginning of this project, and yet … "A friend bought a motorcycle does not work. It has been seen that life has left its engine for a long time. When he asked the seller what happened, he shrugged and said, "This is – old motorcycle '' So, from Twinline guys touched the engine and" stripped » Kawasaki's to the frame before starting the construction. By kliponov, replace the pendulum (for wider tires), rear wheel drive, and longer shock absorbers able to create a more aggressive style . Given the inherent asymmetry of the exhaust system, Helkott shifted, making the tail light side, same thing with the location of the front headlights. Subscribe to the blog for new articles to the post office can be here !
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