Australian motorcycle shop Deus Ex Machina have customized a Husqvarna TE250. The World Enduro Championship winning motorcycle was designed to spen 90% of the time off the road. The subframe of the single seater enduro bike was modified to accommodate new seat and a custom fuel tank. The design of the custom fuel tank is a homage to the 1970’s Husky 400 Cross ridden by McQueen and Smith. Other custom works include a Nitro head-set, a custom header pipe running into a custom reverse cone exhaust with an alloy tip. The radiator was swapped out for one off a Kawasaki KLX. The motorcycle rides on Heidenau Enduro rubber, 120-80-18 on the front and 140-80-18 on the rear.
Other minor details include tail light and indicators to suit the new design, a Acewell speedometer, custom built fenders, an alloy chain guard and a nice paint job.
The motorcycle is powered by a fuel injected, four stroke, liquid cooled, single pot motor with titanium valves, a close-ratio six-speed transmission and a light-action hydraulic clutch.