Spitfire by XTR Pepo

Some things can easily be overdone. Just have a look at selected faces during the next Academy Awards and you’ll get what I mean. I know this has nothing to do with motorcycles, but it sums up the idea pretty well. So next time you’re in a bar and someone tells you about his plans to transform a Honda Shadow 400 into a Die-Hard Cafe Racer, you’ll know you’re probably talking to a nutcase. Maybe he has seen a Shadow-based bobber on Pinterest and is determined to build that Cafe Racer with his Home Depot toolkit. How hard can it be, right?

But if this bar is located in the Spanish city of Madrid, you might refrain from hasty judgements. That’s because the guy telling you about his Shadow-based Café Racer could be Pepo Rosell from XTR Pepo. If you’re a regular to this website, you’ll probably know by now that Pepo should not be underestimated when it comes to building exceptional bikes.

So here are the tech-specs from XTR Pepo’s Honda 400 Shadow Café Racer named Spitfire:

Modified frame
New XTR sub frame
Modified swing arm
Kawasaki ZX6R fork
XTR front fender
XTR carbon fiber rear fender
Kawasaki ZX6R discs and radial calipers

Frentubo brake lines
Suzuki GSXR 750 brake pump
Fully adjustable, CNC-machined brake and clutch levers
Mash 125 headlight
LED turn signals
Domino quick-gas throttle
Suzuki GSXR 750 clip-ons
Yamaha R1 footrests
XTR gear lever

Daytona dashboard
Engine overhauled by MOTOSTION
XTR Racing air filters
Super Mario exhaust system with Megaphones
Yamaha YBR 125 modified fuel tank with Suzuki GSXR 750 gas cap
XTR solo seat-cowl
Handcrafted seat
XTR license plate holder
Montesa rear light

More information about XTR Pepo can be found on his WEBSITE or FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM pages.

Pictures: Cesar Godoy

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