Frame: modified Honda CB750 RC42 Seven Fifty
Engine: high performance custom mix of CB750 RC42 and CBX750 RC17 with 815ccm barrels. Ported and polished cylinder head channels. Engine also was glass blasted, painted and all its covers polished. CBX750 six speed gearbox and clutch.
Clutch drive: hydraulic, Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 master cylinder with Kawasaki Zephyr lever, CBX750 slave cylinder. Hel braided hose.
Intake: custom made stainless steel pipes, Kijima pod filters. Rejetted CBX750 carburettors.
Exhaust: 4in4, custom made ceramic coated downpipes, old school MC offset flange mufflers.
Electrical System: CBX750 modified wiring, CBX750 ignition unit, CB750 Seven Fifty relay rectifier and starter relay, Aliant 7Ah LIFePO4 battery (hidden under swingarm), custom made components’ mounts and housings.
Front suspension: original CB750 Seven Fifty 41mm front fork with preload adjusters, original lower triple tree and Nighthawk 750 upper triple tree. Kijima fork gaiters.
Rear suspension: Kayaba fully adjustable rear shocks with custom made adjusters, Kawasaki Zephyr 750 aluminum rear swingarm.
Rear wheel: Honda Translap 650 rear hub, Warp9 17″ 4.25″ wide rim, custom made spokes. 160/70-17 Bridgestone G528 tire.
Front wheel: custom front hub, Warp9 17″ 2.5″ wide rim, custom made spokes. 120/80-17 Dunlop K375 tire.
Rear brakes: 240mm brake disc with Tokiko single piston caliper. Hel braided brake hose.
Fuel tank: Honda CX500 tank modified for Moto Guzzi fuel petcock , cap with modified lock. Custom paint.
Seat: custom made, aluminum base.
Fenders: custom made steel front fender, custom made aluminum hugger. Custom paint.
Gauges: T&T “all-in-one” dashboard, custom made side stand indicator, T&T oil temperature gauge, T&T analogue clocks.
Handlebar: Kawasaki ZX6R clip-ons. CBX750 handlebar switches.
Misc, custom made: stainless steel passenger and rider footpegs, aluminium rider footpegs’ platforms, aluminium license plate holder, aluminium chain guard.
Weight, without fuel and engine oil: 195kg, for 20kg less then dry weight of original CB750 Seven Fifty .