Fuller Moto Take On The Motus MSTR V4: An American Streetfighter
Fuller Moto Work Their Magic On The Motus V4 MSTR
Updated August 21, 2018
The Motus MSTR is a pretty interesting machine in its own right. It’s hard to classify exactly what it is, and it’s not easily pigeonholed. However, if you wanted to try and pin it down you’d probably call it a fancy sports-touring machine. Though at first glance it looks like a bulky tourer, there’s definitely more than enough sports in the equation to make things exciting.
The Motus MSTR Goes Streetfighter
Boasting an all-American made 1650cc, liquid-cooled, V4 engine, it’s hard not to be excited about it. The Motus MSTR comes equipped with nothing but the best too. In the electronics department, it comes with a ride by wire throttle, cruise control, power outlets, a TFT LCD instrument panel and adjustable everything (more or less). In terms of the hardware, the MSTR comes with Ohlins NIX30 adjustable forks and an Ohlins TTX36 mono shock, Brembo M4 brakes, and BST carbon fiber wheels. But that’s in its stock form.
When Bryan Fuller was given free rein on the beast, he took it to a whole new level. Swapping out “sports-tourer” for “streetfighter” he turned the hulk of a Motus into something we never thought would be possible: he turned it into a sharp, sexy, naked beast. You can see that for yourselves: it definitely ticks the patriotic boxes with its red white and blue color highlights, and looks the part. But is it all for show?
Well, not at all. This Motus MSTR is the real deal. It looks great, and it performs great. We haven’t been told the full low down on exactly what Fuller Moto did to the internals of the Motus V4, but we know that it flies, as you can see in this video below. We’ve been told that it can shoot out around 155 hp at the wheel. Which is pretty damn impressive.
It’s an unusual custom – that’s why we like it, but far too expensive for us mere mortals. Even in the stock form…