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Here's What a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Scrambler Could Look Like





So this is just a render, but Indonesian workshop Baru Motor Sport commissioned the render from Holographics Hammer, which means that it has a slightly better chance of actually becoming a reality than most of the other renders that float around the internet.

There are two ideas here. One is a custom build based on the liter-class Ninja, and the other would take the Ninja and remove all its race track bits to become a hellish scrambler.

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Unlike many other exceptional designers out there, Berneron has a propension for imagining motorcycles that can actually be built, even though at the first glance they may seem a bit too much in the fantasy realm.
Keep a look out to see if this bike becomes a reality.

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Both are wickedly gorgeous!
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might want to rethink the pipe mounting in pic 2, looks kinda hot on the leg....;-)
but it's right **** gorgeous!
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I always liked high mounted pipes but from this comparison here the system in the first picture takes the win for me
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The twice are awesome and these coulours OUAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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might want to rethink the pipe mounting in pic 2, looks kinda hot on the leg....;-)
but it's right **** gorgeous!
Exactly what I was thinking lol! Going to be hot.

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The only issue I see with that... A very small tank. Unless they will be modifying the airbox as well...
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Made a start on building a H2 special . I've removed the plastics from my H2. Took about 5 milliseconds. Can't recommend my method. Love these renderings .
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The rendering looks amazing! My only concern is the short ground clearance on it. Doesn't look as raised as the other scramblers I've seen.
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