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Just wanted to share my custom built 999S Cafe Racer.

Started with the 999S as a basic.

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- 1098 swingarm
- 1098 ohlins rear shock
- multistrada rear wheel
- custom made subframe
- custom made alu seat
- Aviacompositi Evo2 dash
- custom made 1098 headers on the 999s engine
- 1098 carbon termignoni's
- and more little details...
- taillight/plateholder not finished on the pics... was temporary

time for some pics...
 

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picsss
 

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and more pics
 

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That's a great project and a great job. Are you planning on painting the rear aluminum seat section?
 

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Very nice job, I think the tail is well done and the twin cans look better than the one.

My only question is does the front tire hit the head under full travel? one picture ( jpeg 9?)makes it look pretty close to start and if it gets closer as travel is used then they touch. I only bring it up as a customer bought a unfinished 999 once that had a bent frame causing the clearance issue.
 

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After look at the pics as hard as I can I’ve come the conclusion the this is a seriously well thought out build. It’s not my cup of tea but I admire the thought that has gone into it. Especially the pipes and muffler workmanship. Good job.
 

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Excellent job. That's a lot of work. Lots of mention online about lowering the tank into place and pinching the fuel lines or restricting the flow. Was hoping to see how you mounted the can hangers as I appreciate your abilities. im mounting Mivv cans and didn't get any hardware included.
 

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I am a big fan of the bare metal look, and that tail section checks all the right boxes for me. Great work overall, impressive.
 
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Major props on that work. Modifying the 1098 exhaust system is how I made my first exhaust fit on my 999 SSSA project last winter.

Now it's back in pieces because I wanted the Termi toaster back on the tail.
 
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