The donor was 1986 Ls650 Savage with 8k miles on clock. Following the plan to build lighweight, quick soft bobber for city rides we took it out from garage to start rebuild. Fully disassemble, frame shortened and powder coated with structure White, electric hidden between frame pipes to give it a clean look, front forks and triple tree polished to give it a shine, low handlebars with leather grips and ends mounted turn signals, minimal custom controls. Adding to that painted black spoke combined with polished chrom rim give us a nice view on front on the bike. Yellow/chrom triangle lamp fits perfectly between forks. Gastank was stripped to the bottom of old paint and gets a fresh candy green look shining in a sunlight. Engine was partialy painted in black with side covers highly polished as well as exhaust keeps the same pattern of polished chrom and black paint finished with a bass sound SC project metal look muffler. We get rid of all unnecessary parts like airbox, side covers, big air filter and switched to open air filter, electric harness hidden between frame pipes and a small accu covered by original chrom cover. We used an handmade leather seat mounted straight on the frame to give it a nice flat look with turn signals fitted in the chopped frame pipes just behind it. Rear wheel gets a black gloss side covers Just to hide the view of short spokes on the 15′ wheel which we didnt like. It gives a bike unique and cheeky look. As this bike use a belt drive we decided to write a name of our garage on it.
Big single is running smoothly, sounds bassy and with low weight and small size is a perfect ride for quick city tours!