Hi Veg No more info I'm afraid, but looking at it I'd guess Fzr front end and rear wheel - the disc on the rear wheel is too big for Rgv. Tzr 3ma swingarm ? And yes it's the Daytona model. Looks like HVC radial heads fitted with flatslide carbs and what looks like a 2 into 1 pipe. The next 400 I plan on building will have 3 spoke front and rear wheels, so I was pleased to find this pic, to get an idea of the look. The Yss twin shocks look lovely, but approx. £550 the pair
I think the aircooled bikes are great for modifying. The headstock dimensions are the same as an Lc/pv, so if it fits an Lc it will fit an Ac. Likewise, 200mm across the swingarm/frame pivot so an Lc swingarm slots straight into an Ac frame. I'm planning on twin shocks for the next one - means my builds have gone full circle and back to where it started with twin shocks, and I had priced up the Yss before I found this pic, but not actually seen them on a 400 before. The Ac engines are awesome although a bit "agricultural" compared to an Lc, but great nonetheless, full of character, and very "torquey". I think Mutts is planning on developing some pipes for the Ac bikes too, so that's good news. I've done a few Lc based hybrids now so I'm keen to do something different with an Ac hybrid, and that Daytona pic just confirms it for me
That really surprises me! Got a magazine from the early 80's about some company who made 2-1 exhausts for the RD250. Power down from stock everywhere and they went tits up pretty much straight away lol. I guess more modern tech has solved this issue but I still like the look of 2 pipes!