With this exquisitely constructed Harley-Davidson Street 750 that resembles a cafe racer, Jedi Customs is back. Sarthak Jadhav of Kohlapur owns this Street 750 that has been extensively altered. The modifiers maintained the high level of faith in Jedi Customs during this lovely metamorphosis. As a result, one may anticipate more thrills from the potent motor’s brand-new position and superior components as they preserved the engine in stock shape. Despite losing its cover, the front headlight was still a factory Harley fixture.
A short downward glance reveals the usage of premium USD forks, which are substantially thicker than factory suspension and nicely complement the cafe racer style of the vehicle. You gain more ground clearance on this common Street 750 because the tyre used here is nearly twice as thick. To improve the motorcycle’s braking, Jedi Customs added another disc brake.
As a cafe racer-style fuel tank was utilised in place of the massive Harley tank, the Street 750’s curves were lost. Alloy wheels gave way to spoke rims, and the character was elevated one step by the ribbed, brown-finished seat. On this Custom Harley, Paioli dual shocks from the RE Continental GT were fitted for greater suspension performance.
This is what Jedi Customs has to say about their custom Street 750: “It is not often that you get to customize Harleys in India and let alone a person trusting you with a brand new piece straight from the showroom. Sarthak Jadhav from Kolhapur certainly had his trust in us and we would like to believe we did not disappoint him one bit. The inverted USD forks in the front give it a much needed beefy look and the double disc gives it the required braking. Headlight has been used as stock and clip-ons have been added to give it the cafe racer soul. Gas tank, seats and spoked rims give it an old school appeal while Paioli suspensions in the rear give it a slight modern touch. The big Harley engine does some justice to the cafe racer concept.”