Wrenchmonkees #57 Kawasaki W 800


Wrenchmonkees have produced this simple, light due-it-all machine based on the Kawasaki W800,  The W800 produces a modest 48 horsepower from a parallel twin 773 cc engine. Monkee #57 reportedly offers a big boost over stock power with K&N pod filters and custom mufflers


The W800 has also undergone a significant diet courtesy of stripped unnecessary parts and the replacement of the heavy, steel fenders with aluminum items. Other changes/upgrades include Hagon Nitro rear shocks and a Ferodo front disc.


The instrument pod is by Motogadget with an included USB port. Many other items are one-offs created by Wrenchmonkees, such as the seat, headlight bracket, headlight, tail light and turn signals.


Key Features:

Standard frame, standard swingarm. Standard front fork, lowered. Progressive springs.
Standard wheels. Hagon Nitro rear shocks.
Aluminum 6" rear fender. Aluminum 4" front fender.
Standard rear drumbrake, Ferodo front disc, steelbraided hose.
Standard engine and injection, K&N filters.
Engine painted matt black.
WM mufflers. Black heatwrap.
WM one-off seat. WM one-off headlight bracket. ABM aluminum handlebar.
WM one-off batterycase under swingarm.
WM rearlight. WM 6 1/2" headlight. WM turnsignals.
Biltwell Kung Fu grips. Motogadget instrument. and USB plug.
Wiring harness relocated, Partly rewired.
Cross front footpegs


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