Alvaro Dal Farra hasn’t just been riding freestyle motocross for the last twenty years, he’s lived and breathed the sport, routinely serving as a competition judge at high-profile events like the X-Games and Red Bull X-Fighters, as well as an FMI-certified coach and riding instructor, and motorsport event organizer and manager. Despite a jam-packed schedule, Dal Farra still manages to carve out time to work on next-level custom MX builds, the latest of which is a heavily upgraded, 3D-printed Kawasaki KX450 christened the “3D Core Wild Style.”
Designed in collaboration with Codoro Studio, this 2021 KX450 maintains the lines of the stocker’s bodywork, though the plastics have been reproduced via 3D-printed HP multi-jet fusion technology. What’s more, the suspension linkages were also made using additive manufacturing, this time with a special metal alloy. Adorned in a neon livery borrowed from Team Green’s 1991 KX, the 3D Core Wild Style also sports a Blackbird Racing seat cover that also takes inspiration from the seat on the KX of three-decades-ago, a custom exhaust ending in a Zard muffler, laser-engravings on the bodywork, a slew of parts color-anodized by Dedo Racing such as the build’s knurled, blue fork uppers, and SunStar wheels shod in knobby Dunlop MX53 tires. To see more of this thoroughly impressive work, you can check out the project’s website linked below.