A Kawasaki GTO fuel tank was used and from there it was sought to achieve an urban and aggressive motorcycle, the sub chassis was made completely new, a seat was made proportional to the size of the fuel tank, the height of the seat with the The ground is the same as that of the original motorcycle, and that of the footrests also maintaining a street driving posture. Front and rear fork like the wheels belong to the KTM Duke 200, the electric part is under the seat and the battery is under the rear fork thus leaving the bike clean, the commands were made in 3D printing, they are small in size with only two buttons per hand fulfilling only the basic and regulatory functions, ignition, lights, flashing lights and horn. The exhaust was changed for a smaller and more traditional one. The lights are LED, the sills are under the seat and the front s under the fork clamp.