The business end of this bike isn’t all dash and no flash—Pahlegyi prettied up the stock rear end and swingarm with a drilled chrome upper belt guard, billet drive pulley cover and a Performance Machine billet rear pulley. Beefier brake components and lines from Yamaha’s sporty R1 racebike slow this locomotive in a hurry. Down low, mini rider floorboards with rubber inserts offer a better purchase for your feet than the spindly stock pegs, and a billet single arm shift lever snaking up over them improves the area’s look considerably. A lower chin spoiler jutting off the front downtube lengthens the bike’s profile. And since any self-respecting custom hides what’s aesthetically unappealing, there are lots of covers mounted on this bike—billet clutch covers, spark plug covers, rectifier covers, and head bolt covers all conspire to shield our eyes from unsavory fasteners. Thankfully, Pahlegyi went easy on the chrome, limiting its application to the triple clamp, tach bezel, clutch assembly and lower fork guards for a restrained shine more in tune with the bike’s dark appeal.