The Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Is A Stealthy 3D-Printed Dirt Bike

Jul 17, 2019

Category: Rides

The lethal-looking beast you see here is the product of the imagination of a former freestyle and motocross pro Alvaro Dal Farra and 3D printing technology. The 2019 Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core by Dal Farra is a dirt bike with red and blue accents representing the heart, veins, and arteries of an untamed animal.

Based on the style of Malaguti Grizzly from the early ‘80s, the 3D Core bike oozes timeless, intimidating style. Enlisting the help of Skorpion Engineering for stellar 3D printing, Piazza Rosa for laser engraving, and Dedo Racing for anodizing, the KX 450 turned into a masterpiece. It features a Blackbird Racing seat cover, Officine Zard exhaust, a SunStar transmission, and dirt-ready Dunlop tires. Looking like the anti-hero’s main mode of transportation in a dystopian blockbuster film, the 2019 Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core is ready to rage with whoever’s lucky enough to take it for a spin.

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