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The story of the modification of the Buell ‘XBUELL gcode 1.2’

The story of the modification of the Buell ‘XBUELL gcode 1.2’

The story of the modification of the Buell 'XBUELL gcode 1.2' 11

The story of the modification of the Buell “XBUELL gcode 1.2” motorcycle carried out by Tex-Design from Italy is one that is filled with creativity and innovation.

The proud owner of Tex-Design is Paolo Tex, who had a dream of developing the famous American two-cylinder motorcycle.

In the middle of 2015, Paolo Tex came up with the idea to modify the Buell motorcycle with the latest innovations to make it unique. With this dream in mind, he spent twelve months working on a meticulous design based on virtual modeling systems, using CNC technologies and 3D printing methods. This allowed Tex-Design to create aesthetic and structural parts that were intricate in all their details.

Every design that Tex-Design created had to be in perfect harmony with the mechanical component of the motorcycle for maximum functionality. In a motorcycle, style and functionality go hand in hand; therefore, every aesthetic element had to be in perfect consonance with the mechanical part.

Instead of a traditional front, Tex-Design came up with an unusual idea for a telescopic fairing, the T.C.S. This system allowed Tex-Design to replace the front optical unit with a more aggressive look while still being closer to the wheel. Additionally, the structure that supports the slender rear body was perfectly studied, with part of it left exposed to the sides and becoming a style element.

The design of the Buell “XBUELL gcode 1.2” motorcycle by Tex-Design is reminiscent of cyborg themes, with perfect proportions that give the motorcycle a strong impact. The finished product is a work of art making a clear statement and leaving indelible memories.

Finally, the color chosen to finish the Buell “XBUELL gcode 1.2” motorcycle is an electric green, which adds an extra layer of originality and audacity to Tex-Design’s masterpiece.

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