Kawasaki ER-6n has become a custom similar to a pit bullDecember 11, 2019
The Japanese company’s urban motorcycle was turned into a “pit bull”.
Atelier AMS Garage is located on the island of Bali. Not so long ago, the workshop introduced the Bully project. But this is not a modified sawed-up sport bike, as is usually done in various ateliers, behind an elegant aluminum body kit, the Kawasaki ER-6n city motorcycle, inspired by the breed of pit bull dogs, is hidden. The bike was first presented at the Kustomfest show in Jakarta in October, but then the project was still incomplete. Several months passed and the motorcycle changed dramatically.
The in-line two-cylinder engine remained unchanged. The motorcycle received a fork and Kawasaki ZX-10R clips, a custom stainless steel exhaust with a clean and pleasant sound, an Ohlins shock absorber + a modified console pendulum and wheels from the popular Ducati Panigale, as well as Metzeler rubber. In addition, the custom Kawasaki ER-6n received LED optics, an improved leather saddle and an aftermarket footrest.
That’s how a standard city bike became a real “pit bull”. Through the efforts of designers and engineers, any bike can turn into a work of art.
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