Akrapovic has always been authority on exhaust systems, whether its with cars or motorcycles. Having crafted a reputation of being one of the best in the business, the Slovenian aftermarket company always gets the nod when brands are looking for top-of-the-line systems.

The most recent company to bring in Akrapovic is Dreamachine Motorcycles and together with its Slovenian compatriot, developed the mega powerful Morsus Custom Chopper.

With an attention-grabbing design that features, among other things, teardrop mirrors, 3D triple trees, and 26" carbon wheels, the Morsus Custom Chopper is most definitely a sight that can cure sore eyes. Add that with a drivetrain that carries a 1,852 cc S&S motor with Akrapovic’s modified exhaust pipe and you have a beautiful chopper that boasts of 114 horsepower.

“This project was a big challenge for me, said Tomaz Capuder, the man heading the project for Dreamachine Motorcycles. "I admire the work of Igor Akrapovi very much and I wanted to put together two motorcycle worlds, racing and custom. I followed also an idea of special cycle chrono bike on 26 inch wheels, which was quite challenging, but I’m quite happy with the final result as the body of the bike from many angles looks like a Scorpion.”

With a bike like this, it should be a hot seller in the market, right? Unfortunately, despite its awesomeness, there’s still a catch - and a pretty big one at that: it’s not for sale.

Having said that, you can still keep tabs on this custom chopper as it participates in a variety of custom-oriented events for the year. It’s not as good as owning one, but hey, it’s still something to look forward to.


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  (453) posted on 06.29.2011

I would say that this one doesn’t even feel like a chopper at all. More like a sexy piece of sculpture to me. I wish they would have a little bit more aggressive styling to it.

  (415) posted on 06.27.2011

Hey, is it just me, or are those wheels supposed to be solid ones? If so, they would actually look like the ones that you see in racing bicycles. Pretty nifty.

  (502) posted on 06.23.2011

Well, you can’t even tell a bad side on this bike. Its just a matter of appreciation for the creator of this one. This bike really speaks the abstract beauty of a bike.

  (407) posted on 06.21.2011

what a design!.. It was so abstract. I don’t have any idea what would be the concept design of this one. However, it looks so unique. I love how they combined it’s color. So, fantastic!

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