Ex-Freestyle MX star Alvaro Dal Farra has just unveiled his awesome 3D printed Kawasaki KX 450 F – called the Kawa 3D Core.
Built with the help of Codoro Studio, Scorpion Engineering and several other accessory manufacturers – the majority of the components for the custom motocross machine were produced using the 3D printing process.
Based around a standard Kawasaki KX 450 F from 2019, the Kawa 3D Core comes with a 3D printed tank, cowlings, fenders, fork guards, and swingarm made by Scorpion Engineering. The bikes colour scheme takes inspiration from Dal Farra’s childhood bike, a Malaguti Grizzly from the early ‘80s.
At this stage, Dal Farra hasn’t let on how much his latest project set him back. A standard KX 450 starts from around £7,500 – and we can’t imagine that the 3D printing came in cheap. Either way, it’s a fantastic looking machine – which really stands out from the current crop of MX machines on the market.
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