Although Frateschi Garage has been in operation for several years, the São Paulo store has been in hot sales for the past six months, which includes more and more eye-catching structures, starting with custom Suzuki DRZ trackers, custom fuels the injection system, and then an equally impressive scrambler, based on BMW’s F650. The founder of the shop, Renato Frateschi, will never rest for his laurels. It has just completed another embarrassing redesign of the millennial adventure bike, this time turning a 2003 Triumph Tiger 955i into In order to create a streamlined and simple street disruptor, he named it “Street Tiger.”
The fuel-injected three-cylinder adventure bike has been completely removed and is equipped with a more sporty Triumph Daytona fuel tank, a stubby TIG-welded subframe, and a ribbed pleated and rolling saddle. The performance upgrade comes from the 43mm Showa inverted fork, the upgraded single-vibration bow, and the Brembo caliper connected to the Aeroquip hose. The project’s disposable headlight assembly, turn signal lights, fenders, license plate holders, repositioned battery boxes, and suspension shields have all been designed through CAD, and then 3D printed with ABS HT plastic wire. The transformation is completed with yellow Halo LED headlights, a modern TFT display, Heinedau K60 knobs, tracker levers, customized three pairs of two exhaust ports and a pair of Yoshimura cans, and finally a black painting with yellow contrast and yellow decoration. Click here for more details about Triumph Tiger 955i Street Tiger.