The 45-degree V of the engine isn’t obscured by air cleaners, oil lines, or other clutter, and both carburetors burrow out of view, one at the top of the engine, the other behind it. Shaft drive simplifies the appearance of the rear end. The clean, clever, compact packaging continues throughout the bike, which hides as many hoses, wires, and ugly components as possible. The pieces you can see have a finished appearance. The rear brake hose, for example, is stainless steel up in its forward section (where it doesn’t have to flex). Many fasteners have caps or covers, and seams are placed out of view—it’s the sort of look you’d get if you had a customizer in the design process.