Jedi Customs has recently modified the 1994 Suzuki Shogun into a customized cafe racer, which posses parts that other modified bikes of this class lacks. Huge panels around the seats and a commuter style fuel tank was the basic on which the Shogun was originally built. The updated racer on the other hand posses a slim fuel tank along with dedicated knee recess and high gloss finish. The naked framed bike has a customized grille and an engine protector around the belly.
There is a ribbed brown seat replacing the basic black one. There is also a raised exhaust unit which is black. Spoke type wheels, shorter fenders and grippy tires does not go bad with the racer enthusiasts. The ground clearance is a good number, credit goes to the suspension setup which has integrated monoshock for the rear joined by a thick golden finished upside down forks with long travel in the front.
The cherry on the top is fulfilled by a style handlebar and round front headlight setup. The motorcycle was a game at Rs 18000 back in 1994, which ran on a 108.2 cc, 2 stroke engine capable of giving out 14 BHP at 8500 rpm and 11.4 Nm torque at 8250 rpm. The weight of the original bike is 114 kgs, which has been reduced by the Jedi customs. A top speed of 100 kph can be expected.
The official statement of the Jedi Customs goes, “Built on a rickety 1994 Suzuki Shogun is our old school cafe racer with a modern touch. Typical cafe racer tank and a straight seat give it the much needed cafe racer soul. The spoked rims and the retro colour combo add to the old school details. Leather seats and dual headlamp do justice to the build. USD forks and mono suspension in the rear with LED lights give the bike a modern touch. The performance of the motorcycle has been tweaked with upjetted carb and BMC air filter. The lightweight cafe racer is just about what you need to zoom on the South Mumbai roads at night.”
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