Bexton Craft Motorcycles has created an awesome replica of Gary Nixon’s 1976 Kawasaki H2 – from a 2014 Ninja 300.
Bexton Craft Motorcycles has recreated Gary Nixon’s FIM Formula 750 Cup machine, from a 2014 Ninja 300. Modifications include cutting the sub-frame, utilising a modified Yamaha TZ250 body, and adding Racing Green paint, a single seat, a circular headlight, handlebars , inverted forks and Tokico radial brake calipers from a ZX-6R, a complete Yoshimura exhaust (with carbon silencer), steel side covers, a flat instrumentation bracket, a larger fuel tank, mirrors on the counterweights, a Suzuki GSX- R600 2006 rear shock absorber, adjustable handles, horizontal spider and Fuel Moto control unit with optimized map.
Basically, it’s been made lighter and faster than the original Ninja 300 – and has been restyled to look like a ‘70s café racer. Cool right?
Bexton Craft Motorcycles has it for sale on eBay – and at the time of writing it’s at just over £4,500. To check out the listing, click HERE.
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