Deus Ex Machina in Indonesia had been toying with the idea of modifying a Kawasaki KLX for some time before finally choosing this bike as the base for the DEUS Kawasaki KLX 150 project. A leisurely trip to Mount Bromo led to the concept of building a bike that could handle well off-road yet maneuver long distances over all types of terrain.
The KLX has a two barrel frame which made the decision of the tank design the first major challenge. The end result was a customized aluminum option that is the largest tank currently installed on any of their bikes to date. The engine was upgraded to 180cc by boring out the original 150cc motor, a new carburetor was selected, and a race clutch was included for good measure.
To gain extra suspension action, an extension of the front shocks soon followed. The rear shock was stiffened and a longer swing arm was added. Custom racks, fenders, plates, and scrambler bars along with the 21 inch wheel on the back and an 18 incher on the front gives the DEUS Kawasaki KLX 150 a very distinctive vibe!
This massive machine has already taken part in two endure 100 km races, handling really well due to its tough a durable design while its riders enjoy every minute.