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Australian custom bike builders Garage Project Motorcycle (GPM), builds a spectacular first bike inspired by a machine from Deus Ex Machina. This is the Kawasaki W650 Street Tracker.
The Street Tracker needed a custom exhaust so GPM decided to bend and spot weld an exhaust into this angular shape to give it more attitude.
The originally worn-out engine was overhauled it inside and out. Then they GPM finished it off by polishing and painting.
These hand cut side covers with custom paint job gives this street tracker one of it's signature looks.
GPM made some good choices by adding pinstripes to the side tank and a gorgeous pin up girl on top. A special bracket was made to place the speedometer between the triple clamp and tank.
These plated forks sure do make that an expensive front end!
GPM created a custom battery mount that runs on pod filters and hid it under this modified flat track seat.
GPM built wheel hubs and fited in a brembo brake kit up front.Stainless steel spokes, Ã–hlins suspension, powder coating and Dunlop tracker tyres gives this the right Street Tracker look.
Photo credits: Scott Trenodren
For more projects by Garage Project motorcycles see: Garage Project Motorcycles
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