How do you think the Gixxer in Carbon Avatar will look like?

Well, take a look. Switzerland based Raptik in collaboration with No Limit Tuning has built a Gixxer that is predominantly covered by Carbon Fibre giving it a distinct look.

The top-notch work carried out by both Raptik and No Limit Tuning adds more value to the Gixxer.

The good part is this custom was exhibited in the Swiss Moto that took place in February 2020 and had garnered a lot of attention.


The Custom

As of now, we are not sure about the performance of the Gixxer after its conversion. However, the weight of the Gixxer came down drastically from 200 kgs to 175 kgs.

202 kgs being the weight of production Gixxer. Plus the look has changed and it looks versatile and undoubtedly it is of the race models to go on track. 

Aesthetically a few components on the Gixxer gets the blue colour. And the blue and black colours align with Raptiks vision.

As far as the component goes the ThyssenKrupp Rims are made of carbon. Plus it gets Akrapovic exhaust.

Suzuki Ryuyo

What we could see is we cannot stop it comparing to the limited edition Suzuki Ryuyo that Suzuki had brought in 2018.

Suzuki GSX-R1000 Ryuyo, a 209hp superbike that weighs 370 lbs (dry), and in 2018 is the response to the secret photographs that Suzuki has been sharing via web-based networking media. 

Crafted by Suzuki Moto Italia, just 20 Ryuyo-spec machines were made for utilization, and each unit had a price tag of €29,990.

Multiple aftermarket components like Yoshimura, Öhlins, Dunlop, Brembo, K&N, Motul, D&D, were put on Ryuyo and the bodywork was all in carbon fibre.

As far as this Gixxer goes Raptik doesn’t talk about the price tag and the custom is still in progress. There are still few add ons that Raptik wants to put and they are, a carbon inlet funnel, Ceracarbon sprocket and 520 drive chain.

Let’s look at the list of accessories on the Gixxer.

  • Akrapovic complete system Evolution
  • BMC Race air filter
  • Racing brake disc rear wheel
  • Carbon fairing (front, sides, bow, stern)
  • Carbon frame protection
  • Carbon ram-air channel
  • Carbon swingarm protection
  • Carbon fuel cap
  • Carbon front-wheel cover
  • Dunlop KR tires
  • Lithium battery
  • LighTech clip-on
  • Magura HC3 brake cylinder
  • Motoholders Alu Racing rear frame
  • NL-Tuning carbon brake lever protection
  • Öhlins steering damper
  • Puig axle protection (front and rear)
  • Puig grips racing
  • Puig rear wheel cover & chain guard
  • Puig engine cover
  • Puig oil filler plug
  • Puig racing valves
  • Puig stand pads Pro
  • Puig Superbike target
  • Puig tank grips
  • Puig winglets
  • RME Racing footrest system
  • Steel braided brake lines (front and rear)
  • R&G exhaust holder
  • R&G radiator grille
  • Samco silicone hoses
  • Starlane Stealth 3X laptop timer
  • ThyssenKrupp carbon rims
  • Woolich tuning kit
  • Woolich pit limiter
  • Yoshimura ABS eliminator

LivingWithGravitys Take

All the efforts that Raptik has put in this custom have come up very well. Not to forget, he has brought down the weight of the bike. However, we would like to see the entire version of this custom as this is still in work in progress.

Read More

Information on Kawasaki’s electric bike
Importance of Slipper Clutch
2020 Kawa Ninja 1000 SX
Aprilia RS660 is again spied
BMW 1250 GS Review

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments