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Spec bike they're running in the ASEAN Cup Series...






Yes the last picture is Jorge Lorenzo, actually
 

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Awesome.
Seeing the body all in a black is a good distraction free way to get a clearer idea of how aerodynamic it is, love it.
 

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so many questions what clip ons and how? who make that radiator? who makes the body? is that the stock triple clamp? the forks and caliper look different. some answers that looks like a Brembo radial master in the top pics and there is plenty of room.
 

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so many questions what clip ons and how? who make that radiator? who makes the body? is that the stock triple clamp? the forks and caliper look different. some answers that looks like a Brembo radial master in the top pics and there is plenty of room.
Radiator:

The custom radiator cooling system is designed and manufactured in Indonesia by the ADR Group.

More: http://www.motoroids.com/news/race-spec-yamaha-r25-asean-cup-race-2014-detailed/
 

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so many questions what clip ons and how? who make that radiator? who makes the body? is that the stock triple clamp? the forks and caliper look different. some answers that looks like a Brembo radial master in the top pics and there is plenty of room.
not stock triples, if you can get zoomed in on that logo we might be able to figure out the who and the how. I wonder if they'll work with stock body work...(doubtful)

 

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Oh is it black when its unpainted? I guess I would have expected it to be white or grey for some reason.

Tire warmers? Because you don't want to have cold tires.
 

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Oh is it black when its unpainted? I guess I would have expected it to be white or grey for some reason.

Tire warmers? Because you don't want to have cold tires.
no yo most certainly do not want cold tires, heat is what creates the chemical adhesion between tire and tarmac...

 
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