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Stoc RR by Bill Webb

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An industrial designer hailing from San Francisco, Bill Webb has transformed a Honda CBR1000RR into a retro-futuristic "café fighter," all using mods that didn't require a single weld. Webb took a donor 2009 Honda CBR1000RR, featuring what he calls "a beautifully engineered main frame" concealed by the fairings, with power supplied by a 999cc inline-four generating 160 horsepower. The stock headlamp, speedo, and fork mounts were ditched in favor of machined aluminum pieces, along with a new tail section and seat using CAD. The seat, meanwhile, was lifted from a Ducati Panigale, resulting in a minimalist look with short overhang

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