Deus Japan throws a left with their new South Paw build

Based on the Honda VTR250.
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Deus is a machine when it comes to producing custom motorcycles, but you can always count on the company to remain consistent with their designs and construction. The latest example of this is their South Paw, a bike based on the Honda VTR250 that just got a nice little overhaul from Deus Japan. 

The bike is constructed from a mix of carbon fiber, woven glass, and epoxy composite to create a bike that recalls old-school flat track racers. The bike received a number of upgrades and customizations including an adjusted foot position, 17-inch Excel alloy racing rims, Metzeler Sportec M7 RR tires, Nissin and Brembo brake components, LED lighting, and Mugen headers. 

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