The longer wheelbase a stretch will give you makes for greater straight-line stability (especially at higher speeds) but will have slower handling and require greater effort to steer the bike, especially in the Twisties. Think Cruiser type handling. Though on the Z125, even with that stretch (looks like about 6.5" to me), the wheelbase would still be only c. 1379mm, which is in the sportbike range.FangShui & Others,
I was wondering if extending the swing arms has any functional purpose?
Or is it mainly aethetics only. If aesthetics only, I don't like the looks.
Also noticed that they replaced the forks. I always thought that Inverted
forks are superior to the regular forks. I wonder why they replaced it?
Here is another one of those fake Yoshimura's.That exhaust is almost certainly a Fake Yoshimura, since Yoshimura does't make or sell one that looks anything like that, at least not one I could find on the Yosh website or through Google images.
I do notice one thing! The front light and the turn signals are not same as the US bikes.
Turn signal is high on US bikes vs low on that one.
And the two tabs left and right over the head light is chrome on the pics,
as far I know there black on the US bikes?
His build list says it's a "Custom Adapted NSF100 Yoshimura Cyclone Titanium Underbody Exhaust."