The custom designed, free-flowing muffler is comprised of cast aluminum ends and a stainless steel body. The exhaust system is center-mounted on the belly of the engine to help maintain a low and balanced center of gravity. The muffler is painted with a tough ceramic coating to minimize cosmetic degradation from rock hits, chemicals and heat.
The Ronin’s injection molded air box directs air into the throttle bodies from side mounted ram air slots. The entire unit is protected by a hand-laid carbon fiber shell which also covers the two sealed fuse boxes.
The entire electrical system has been redesigned from the ground up. A custom three-section wiring harness has been created to work with relocated electronics, and small waterproof connectors have been utilized where possible to save weight and space. LED lighting has been used where possible to lessen overall electrical load.
The Ronin utilizes a new custom wound, high-efficiency stator that eliminates the overheating and burnout issues often reported on the original Buell 1125. In addition to the new stator, the rotor has also been modified to allow for effective oil cooling.
BATTERY BOX & REAR SETS
A single cast aluminum unit integrates the foot pegs, battery and an adjustable idler pulley to provide belt tension. Foot treads are replaceable rubber inserts and the entire assembly blends seamlessly with the engine to which it’s mounted. Within comfortable reach of the riders feet are custom billet aluminum brake and gear shift levers.
ENGINE & DRIVETRAIN
Each Ronin has been individually tuned to achieve an optimal balance of power, ride-ability, and engine performance. New fuel mapping was necessary because a Ronin breathes differently than a stock Buell 1125 due to the Ronin’s free-flow intake and exhaust system. Tuning also allows the Ronin to run cooler at lower RPM reducing known overheating issues with the stock bike.
Supporting the rider is a custom made tubular subframe, CNC-machined and TIG welded. A cast aluminum tail section and air intake housing connect to form a single stressed member. The tail cap houses the brake light assembly and computer master control unit. On the bottom of the tail section a quick release knob allows for removal of the seat.