Models from this release feature a white and silver paint scheme, shock springs powder coated to match the motor, and ceramic coated headers and exhaust. Each bike has its Samurai name painted on the carbon fiber airbox, and number on the tail section. The instrument gauge face has also been custom designed by Ronin Motor Works in a silver color.

Number 18 is the last in this group and is named after Yoshida Kanesuke. He was formerly a subject of Banshu, but for some cause left his master and after a while entered the service of Asano as a military instructor. Though he was 63 years old his activity was hardly inferior to that of the youth.  - Forty Seven Ronin 1893