When it comes to providing motorcycles with a bit of apocalyptic aftermarket love there’s few in the biz that can master the craft like Winston Yeh. Add an MV Augusta Dragster 800 RR into the mix as a donor bike and, well, you have a recipe for some of Rough Crafts’ finest work yet.
Dubbed the ‘Guerrilla Tre,’ this terrifying machine boasts both a Scrambler makeover and street performance thanks to Yeh’s precise vision. This version received a larger gearbox, throttle bodies and twin injectors that help up the output here to 140 hp. The bike was also hooked up with an awe-inspiring HP Corse ‘Hydro Tre’ exhaust system that not only contributes to its namesake but adds a certain visual appeal to the overall ride. Additionally, Yeh managed to give the tail section a redesign that alludes to more of a tracker bike than anything else. Custom risers were also added to the handlebars, as were Beringer front and back brake calipers and Motogadget blinkers, mirrors and grips. Blacking out the entire ride was also a good look here as well – including the Wukawa Industry 17-inch aluminum six-spoke wheels. Murdered-out madness? We’ll take it. [H/T: BikeExif]
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