Deus Ex Machina Framer

Built for the track and the street, the new Framer from Deus Ex Machina is inspired by American Flat Track racers and is built around a 2017 Yamaha FZ-07 powertrain, which was disassembled and upgraded with the Yamaha Factory Racing kit. That upgrade includes oversized pistons, a factory spec ported cylinder head, race valves, custom engine tuning, and an engine treatment from WPC that enhances performance and reduces wear. The frame is constructed from high-grade .60 Chromoly and also features a custom fuel tank, a handcrafted Saddleman seat, and the bodywork is painted in a "Black Candy" finish. The tires are fitted with 19” Roland Sands Traction wheels and four-piston Brembo brakes help deliver high-performance stopping power.

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