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The frame was chopped at the back and Remy started over. The rear end received an Aprillia RSV banana swingarm, as well the wheel and brakes. The mono shock conversion is fit with an Ohlin’s damper. The front required another trip to Otec for a set of their billet yokes, which hold the RSV’s Ohlins forks and wheel. Otec also supplied the master cylinders that transfer force to a set of Brembo radial calipers, much more suited for the bike.
Remy designed a complete alloy subframe, but the major hurtle was relocating the factory gas tank, since it was originally under the seat. He opted to move it back over the engine with a modified Cagiva 125 Mito fuel tank. The RSV also lends its tail section, but with a carbon fiber cowling and Plexiglas under tray. Finishing off the rest of the bodywork is ART Carbon front and rear fenders and side scoops.