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Finished? Good! Let’s continue with a video on another piece of art: Kawasaki Z900 Cafe Racer “La Latina 900” by Valtoron
The build started with a very basic 1976 Kawasaki Z900 A4 that was in need of some attention. The Valtoron brothers started by doing what they do best – they started beating metal. They created the complete alloy bodywork, the short but proportionally balanced café racer seat, the handmade headlight brackets, the chain cover, the registration plate holder and the triple tree. As for engine mods, they have opted for four Mikuni 26mm carbs with K&N filters – which should make it not only sound great but fun to ride.
The stunning alloy custom 4 into 4 exhausts were of course hand made, as was the tank which also got a custom brass gas cap. One of the only parts the brothers didn’t build is the Raask rear sets and controls. Valtoron have made the ride abit more comfortable with Showa rear shocks and a Kawasaki 36 mm fork. As for braking they have used a double 296mm disc brake and on the rear is a 200mm drum brake.
Don’t you just love this Kawasaki Z900 Cafe Racer?
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