Bike Of The Day: Yellow Arrow By Fuel & Retro

Fuel & Retro customs, based mostly in Slovenia, has created a custom-made model of the Husqvarna Vitpilen 701 referred to as the “Yellow Arrow”.

The Yellow Arrow stands out as a result of its yellow physique components, which have been custom-built by Fuel & Retro. Probably the most notable addition is the chunky yellow headlight masks, that includes fake winglets and dynamic LED indicators on both aspect. Whereas these winglets don’t provide any downforce, they add an additional particular contact to the design.

Different customizations embody yellow radiator shrouds, seat cowl, stomach pan, and a {custom} mesh radiator guard, making the bare bike look fairly muscular. Moreover, there are crimson accents close to and beneath the seat, in addition to on the aftermarket lever protectors, fork caps, and fork cartridge.

Along with its eye-catching design, Fuel & Retro wished the Yellow Arrow to carry out properly in corners. To realize this, the entrance suspension has been upgraded to fully-adjustable Showa BFF forks, changing the inventory WP items. The high-end forks are complemented by equally high-end dual-disc brakes with Brembo M50 calipers and a Brembo RCS grasp cylinder.

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A view of a new machine being tested by Husqvarna. Media sourced from Dan Sutherland at MCN.

No modifications had been made to its  692cc, single-cylinder engine which is able to producing 74 horsepower.

Photograph Supply: Amassing Automobiles