By 1997, he might have bought a one of the German frame kits being imported by Jardine, but in 1995 that possibility didn't exist. So Garlick cut the frame and kicked the steering head out five degrees, with help from Denny Berg (then running Time Machine). Berg, who has built numerous customs, including many Japanese-based machines, was "inspirational," according to Garlick. To get that way-low look, Garlick cut the top frame rails under the seat and dropped them down, making the biggest visual change to the bike. Instead of the covers used by Suzuki, Garlick filled the steering head area with plate, which was welded and smoothed out. The final frame was carefully aligned by Motorcycle Collision Specialties in Huntington Beach. Banzai Machine assisted with the fabrication of many items, including the side panels needed to fit the altered frame. Garlick carved his own top triple clamp to move the handlebar mounts forward.