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Tim Carrithers/Motorcyclist  says:

US tuner creates naked BMW S1000RR

BMW has already officially dismissed rumours of a naked version of the class-leading S1000RR superbike, but that wasn't what top US tuner Ken Zeller wanted to hear.  Find a BMW S1000RR for sale Zeller is the boss of tuning house Evoluzione Cyclesports based in California. He sells tuning parts for European firms like BMW, Ducati, KTM, Benelli, Bimota and Aprilia but...

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mozart

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mozart says:

I bought a rubbish, rusty bike with stabilizers on, it was still faster than an mv agusta........

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mozart

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mozart says:

can we have silvio berlussconi for r next PM

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mrblistershifter

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Who ?

I agree with Kescheng.  I live in southern California and ive never heard of Ken Zeller.  Seems all you have to do to become a "custom builder/tuner " is to take a nice bike and lop off a few parts and spray it an odd color......

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BarbaricCub

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BarbaricCub says:

does this mean...

that i must be a top tuner for having lower fairings on my cbf125? no it doesnt.

 

Its a nice idea, and as a one off you could get a few heads turning at shows and meets etc, but i cant see a full scale production version on the cards in the near future.

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mrblistershifter

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yawn.....

This is hardly news-worthy

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