JEDI Customs have modified the 1994 Suzuki Shogun into a beautiful cafe racer. The Suzuki Shogun came with a basic design made through huge panels around the seats and a commuter style fuel tank. But this Shogun cafe racer comes with a slim fuel tank that flaunts dedicated knee recess and high-gloss finish. The frame is totally naked with a custom-made grille for one section and engine protector around the belly section.
The basic black seat has been replaced with a ribbed brown seat that it sits perfectly within the frame dimensions. The exhaust unit seen here is also completely black and has been raised to protect the same from hazards of the road. The wheels are kept spoke-type for niche cafe racer fans while fenders are now shorter than ever with grippy tires for impressive ride quality. The ground clearance for the Suzuki Shogun cafe racer is also very impressive, all thanks to the custom suspension setup with integrated mono-shock for the rear and thick, golden-finished upside down forks with long travel at the front.
The clip-on style handlebar and round front headlight setup complete the package. Jedi Customs have used performance air filter and custom exhaust for improved performance from the lightweight motorcycle.
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