Dijith Kunjuz’s Fiero Cafe Racer by WOLT Motor Corp: TVS Suzuki Fiero was made a long time back in the Indian motorcycling history. It was popular for its frugal nature but could not get the smartest looking fascia of its time. This typical example seen here fulfills the dream of Fiero and turns the same into a well built cafe racer.
The modifier has left few aspects the same as stock to help enthusiast guess the name of donor vehicle after the modification. It still comes with spoke wheels but this time, they have been painted black for maximum styling. Efficiency of braking improves further with front disc brake on offer.
The frame was kept intact with the same engine for original bike feel. The tail section gets altered for lightweight panels in place of the original blunt rear end. Fiero now comes with single seat that not just feels flat but also comes wrapped in premium leather cover.
Fuel tank on the motorcycle is well chiseled and flaunts racing stripe on its side. Original handlebar was of no use as perfect cafe racer style, extra wide clip ons were used for better handling and posture. Front of the motorcycle now comes with smart headlight fairing and aftermarket LED headlight.
Riders get bar end rear view mirrors, thicker front suspension, monoshock rear suspension and custom exhaust system. The number plate now moves to the left as no holder is available under the LED rear light strip.
Fiero was a powerful option of its time, carrying a 147.5 cc engine producing 12 BHP at 7000 rpm and 10.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. It weighs just 126 kg in the stock condition while this modified version will be even lighter due to lesser parts. TVS Suzuki Fiero has a top speed speed of 104 kmph.