FMW Motorcycles Introduces a Harley Davidson Hurakàn Custom Café Racer

Named after the Mayan deity of “wind, fire, and storms.”

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Italian-based bike maker FMW Motorcycles continues to produce custom builds in its workshop and now the Harley Davidson café racer is its newest muse. Named after the Mayan deity of “wind, fire and storms,” the Hurakàn is an aluminum hand-made powerhouse, featuring an S&S V-twin engine with a raft go-faster fittings.

It maintains a classic Italian racer design and includes an intricate exhaust system with two 45 mm manifolds and a 60 mm kimura style bespoke silencer. The rear contains the oil filter and 5 lt fuel tank with a compartment FMW uses to discretely hide the electronics. Motogadget’s digital dashboard Motoscope Pro which lets rider track their performance.

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