According to the builder, Shiegfred Phyle Sayings“basically the frame holding the engine was the only part of the bike that was not modified. For the crown holding the center post, it was modified and realigned since this was a crashed base bike.”
The seat, the tank frame, and the tank were all handmade and fabricated. The seat, the cowl, and the fenders are also made of handcrafted aluminum. And it all looks right.
The stock Raider’s downward sloping foundation line (starting from the tip of the tail and sloping all the way down to the engine) has been radically altered. It now sits on the horizontal plane from the tip of the seat cowl and all the way forward to act as a base for the fuel tank. Just how a café racer should look like.