From the start, the bike was stripped down to its bare bones, and Manuel and Kurt did some modifications to the rear frame and adapted the handmade seat and covered it in real cowhide. The frame was then powder coated in black.
The chassis was replaced with a Öhlins and the braking system was replaced with a Brembo one. Appearance is not the only important aspect of a the motorcycle, so the engine was completely overhauled and coated in a black and chrome color scheme. New pistons, cylinders, cam shafts and a new quickshifter from KLS was installed. It also received a new exhaust that was hand welded by Manuel and the end received a fat Akrapovic slip on. Air filters were replaced with two new open head ones.
The front fork is replaced with one from a Ducati 900 Super Sport from Schober, and the wheels are Heidenau K60 as they offer incredible grip on the road. Instead of the old light a brand new smaller full LED one is installed.
The electrics are completely revamped with a new M-Unit and a lithium battery that is elegantly hidden under the engine. This motorcycle now has a Keyless Go system along with an alarm system for increased safety. The handlebars are replaced with a lower cafe racer handlebar with an M-Switch system and a high quality speedometer by Motogadget.
Overall, the bike features a clean minimalistic look that complements the clean lines of the R100RS with a cafe racer silhouette. Weighing at only 150 kgs, this lightweight beast is ready to tear the asphalts in the coolest way possible. The Black Stallion is covered in a black color scheme and is decorated with gold linings along with the NCT logo.