Bmw cafe racer bike: Moto Adonis Tackles A Custom Ducati S4R

A bit of custom work went into the radiator as well. The original piece was too big, so Moto Adonis removed it and replaced it with a much smaller one. The wheels have been exchanged for custom ones by Kineo, and Moto-Master wave rotors replace the stock ones. Small tasteful Nissin brake and clutch levers take their place on the handlebars, with a Motogadget Motoscope Pro gauge unit taking center stage. This connects to a Motogadget m.unit, as well as Motone push-button switches and m.Blaze Cone turn signals on the bar ends. The Illestrator uses many of these same components on his BMW K100 cafe racer project and explains the details of this neat aftermarket electrical system quite well  in this video .

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