Body kits for cars are typical, yet the idea is more uncommon with bikes which appears to be bizarre given that the normal motorcyclist is by and large more inclined to redo their vehicle than the normal car owner.
Turkey's Bunker Custom Cycles has gone and manufactured a 17-piece aluminum body pack for Yamaha's MT-03 and MT-25 that additionally incorporates a pleasant substitution unit.
Easy to Install
The Janus Full Body Kit is intended to jolt straightforwardly to either the Yamaha MT-25 or Yamaha MT-03 with no welding, sticking, or hammering – you'll simply require an Allen key and a socket wrench.
The subsequent look is neo-retro-Euro bistro racer style, and the boards dispatch in unpainted metal so you can paint them up however suits you.
The Janus pack makes custom possession uniquely more available for a heap of reasons. Leading the body pack utilizes the little MT's current stock mounting focuses, which implies no undercarriage or subframe alteration is required.
It's intended to supplant the stock plastic boards, and it offers both a slight weight sparing of 1.2 kilograms and a huge overhaul.
Built From the Scratch
The Uzer siblings - Can and Mert Uzer - began the task on paper, drawing out and focusing on a plan before producing wooden bucks to shape the aluminum boards. The siblings ensured each part fit superbly, before proceeding onward to 3D checking each piece.
The kit includes a gas tank cover (4 pieces), a black, upholstered 2-person seat with a removable passenger seat cover, side panels (2 pieces), knee panels (2 panels), a belly pan (4 pieces), a radiator cover (3 pieces), a front fender, an acrylic windshield, a headlight unit, a tail light unit, and all related mounting brackets, rubber mounts, and stainless steel fittings.
The kit is called ‘Janus,’ after the Roman god with two faces that gaze into both the past and future. And that was the ethos that drove the aesthetics. The new 17-piece pack offers for around a 1200$ making it a sensibly moderate offering when contrasted with an existing jolt on custom units from different brands or the amount it would cost to reproduce something like this from zero.