Clay then set about fabricating all bodywork from aluminum—starting with the tail. The shape of the tail was dictated by the bike’s 1098 taillight. Despite the tank’s small appearance, it carries 4.5 gallons of fuel. Other bespoke bits include the foot controls and the front fender brace, which holds a powder-coated Ducati performance fender. In addition, the bike is also fitted with Keihin FCR carbs, Fast by Ferracci high compression pistons, ported and flowed heads and manifolds, CA Cycleworks heavy duty head studs, and an Ignitech programmable ignition with CA Cycleworks coils.
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