Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker by David Sutton

Girl with Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker

Girl with Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker

Experts from the workshop “Oily Rag” engaged in unparalleled construction of custom bikes with unconventional design. This time, we consider their project Oily Rag KZ400 Tracker. Motorcycle made purely for the track, so devoid of useless lighting and electronics. “I’d always fancied a Harley XR750 but with the silly prices they go for, that just wasn’t an option.” says David Sutton, Oily Rag Owner and Chief Designer.

Project details of Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker:

Donor: Kawasaki KZ400 1977, bought on eBay
Paint: Green, David Sutton explains: “Of course, there was only one color; we wanted to paint the bike”
Frame: shortened redesigned subframe, removed all unnecessary brackets
Tail: the classic saddle
Fuel tank: Kawasaki 250 with cover DT175
Exhaust: high fixed pipe
Wings: shortened front fender, rear fender of the trial set
Wheel: Central Wheel Components, powder coating
Steps from Honda motocross

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker side pictures

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker by Oily Rag

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker engine and silencer

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker front side

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker Fuel Tank

Oily Rag Kz400 Tracker seat and fuel tank

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