FMW Jack, the Ultimate Cafe-Bobber [Photo Gallery]
The Fugar kept the front end and lowered it, since it provided a "monolith" look and felt like it will match the lowered rest of the frame in a quite interesting way. So the chassis went under the saw, like the rear fender did, too.
The frame went lower and lower, bringing the rider closer to the ground for a more extreme experience. Custom clip-ons were crafted and installed, bringing in the forward stance, a classic trademark symbol of cafe racers.
Lorenzo expanded the fuel tank, and drilled wherever he could: rear fender airbox cover, primary cover. The resulting machine is as mean as it gets and the Fugar also added his own exhaust system, Bitubo rear shocks, CNC rear sets and pretty much all the bolt-on parts you can spot have been either crafted anew or modified.
And to make things even more serious a Dynojet Kit also came in place, to add extra might to this wonderful build.
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