This exploit revolves around a 1977 model in Kawasaki’s revered Z650 range. To be quite frank, I’ll bet this sexy thing is one hell of a donor for a glorious bespoke undertaking. It is brought to life by a four-stroke DOHC inline-four fiend, with four Mikuni carburetors and a generous displacement of 652cc.
As to Kerozin’s custom wizardry, their creature hosts an array of cosmetic refinements that’ll have you lost for words. The crew went about fabricating a fresh loop-style subframe, which supports a slim leather saddle.
Next, they installed a pair of aftermarket handlebars that wear new switches and a Motogadget speedometer. Z650’s brake lines were overhauled, while its engine was honored with a comprehensive refurbish. The rims were then enveloped in the infamous Firestone Champion Deluxe rubber.
Finally, the machine was treated to a two-tone color scheme, consisting of bright orange and gloss grey. The authors behind this feat are none other than the specialists over at El Guapo.
Credit [KEROZIN MOTORCYCLES]
Images by Clement Lazzaro