I agree, however belly pans are required on race bikes to catch oil leaks etc. in case of a failure.On 2006-12-08 08:35, R100Pilot wrote:
It still has the Nissin calipers :-D
The frame and the wheels should have been done in red and I'd do the M4 carbon fiber rather than the Zard.
That seat, however, rocks!
But no belly pans on naked bikes. Man Law!
+1 :-DOn 2006-12-08 09:30, kwajazz wrote:
I really couldn't give 2 kraps about the colors, you can change those easily (although flat black is hip). It's the purposeful look, all trimmed down, cleaned up and ready for the track that gets my blood boiling.
Well if thats the case.... I'm gonna go get a bike and paint it labia pink :-DOn 2006-12-08 14:59, birdman wrote:
am i crazy... but where are the lights? and that baby blue rocks... I'd take that, chicks love a man who is secure is his masculinity
Back when that picture first surfaced (about a year ago) information came out that both the belly pan and the rear bodywork were hand-laid custom bits. Things may have changed, but I haven't seen anyone selling either anywhere. Somebody could make a few $$$ if they were to make a mold for those.On 2006-12-08 14:52, kwajazz wrote:
Who builds or sells that belly pan, anybody know??