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Posted on Tuesday, July 15 @ 06:45:53 CDT by administrator

News ems writes "The August issue of "Motorcycle Consumer News" features an article about "MOKO".:

"MOKO, which is in the top group of German companies producing specialist equipment for mainline Japanese bikes, has just announced five new models for 2003 that have received "The Treatment"....
...MOKO boss Gerhard Schweppe has turned his attention to the Honda CBX1000...
..The CBX1000 pictured is in "Streetfighter" form with new bodywork and rearsets, etc. But this time, it has inverted Showa forks and a new oil-cooler kit and exhaust system, and what could be called monstrous front brake discs. No fairing or spoilers here, but it certainly is a distinctive and high performance device"

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