Moto8ight DIY Cafe Racer 09 August 16


Moto8ight, have created a DIY motorcycle kit utilizing modern Suzuki GSX-R components and geometry. Now you can build your own brand new Cafe Racer, where modern technology meets retro style, with basic tools and no welding required.

You provide the wheels, brakes, engine, and suspension components, Moto8ight provide the rest including a new frame, core gas tank, gas tank cover, rear sub-frame, seat, rear-sets, engine mounts, and hardware.

Drivetrain
Depends if you want torque or speed, their frame will accommodate different size Suzuki Oil Cooled Engines.

  • 1988-1992 GSX-R 750cc/1100cc
  • 1995-2004 Bandit GSF 600cc/1200cc
  • 1988-2004 Katana GSX 600cc/750cc

Suspensions and Swingarm
With their unique frame design, it is able to accommodate front forks and swing-arms from different years of Suzuki GSXR and Bandit GSF.

Brakes and Wheels
At the moment, you will need to provide your own wheels and brake components, which will be off the same model as the forks and swing-arm you choose to use.

Adjustable Parts
They understand every rider has their own preference on riding position, that's why they include height adjustable seat, adjustable rear-sets, and even adjustable pivot point.

Interchangeable Body Parts
With so many options on engine and suspension components, why stop there? The gas tank you see is actually a slip-on cover, they will be offering different style gas tank and seat covers.

Moto8ight have created a motorcycle that you can build in your own garage with simple basic tools. The design of their bike is simple, customizable, durable, and it Performs!

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Alan Goodsell , 09 August 16