Kijima Monster S4R

Published: 07 April 2007

While most top-end European tuners specialise in making Japanese bikes go faster, in Japan the trend is to take expensive and exotic European machines and make them even more exclusive. Kojima’s Ducati S4R is a perfect example.

Revealed at the Tokyo Motorcycle show, it’s based on the stock Monster S4R, the bike is completely transformed with the addition of a radically-styled fairing kit, which gives the Monster the looks of a superbike.

The fairing itself is the work of another Japanese firm, CP Phantom, and comprises a carbon-fibre upper fairing panel, bellypan and seat unit all designed to fit around the stock Monster fuel tank.

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