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Deus TTT

For their latest project, Deus has taken a classic, 750cc Triumph T140 and turned it into a polished piece of motorcycle art. The engine has been spruced up and upgraded with Megacycle cams, lightened lifters, bevelled and drilled cam gears, and chromoly push rods. The most striking element is the handmade aluminum tank that is inspired by '60s Japanese Grand Prix racers. 

That tank is finished in a black candy paint over black base coat to achieve that mirror-like finish and also extends to the handmade seat cowl. The bike also gets equipped with a carbon fiber front fender, Rizoma rearsets, a Motogadget unit and gauges, tubeless spoke wheels, Bridgestone BT45 tires, Ohlins forks, and Brembo rear brakes.

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