Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter — Sure To Leave You Disturbed!

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Mortagua Fighter, a motorcycle customization company based in Portugal has taken fabrication to extremes. The motorcycle that we are talking about in this article is called Disturbed Cadaver, and yes, it is disturbingly gorgeous.

The Disturbed Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter

Mortagua Fighter was established in 1995 and has become synonymous with a very particular design style of Carlos Rodrigues. He was born in Mortagua, Portugal and now works at Mortagua glassworks. For many people around the region, he is known as Mortagua-Fighter-Portugal.

The Disturbed Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter

The Disturbed Cadaver is the latest creation by the Mortagua Fighter, and it is the 8th custom model made by the company. To be honest, the motorcycle looks like it was made for Batman due to design. The cuts, the edges, and every single body part seems so futuristic and quirky.

The Disturbed Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter

The motorcycle is powered by a 1993 Suzuki GSX-R1100 engine which will provide enough power to go as fast it looks. The Disturbed Cadaver rides on 17-inch wheels shod with a 120-55 section tyre at the front and a 190-65 at the rear.

The Disturbed Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter

The motorcycle uses the original Suzuki electronics intact and all the mechanicals from the stock Suzuki model. The Disturbed Cadaver features dual paint scheme of white surrounded by bright and gold shade thick borders.

The Disturbed Cadaver By Mortagua Fighter

The cooling system on the beastly machine is an oil cooler while the suspension components are from Traz. The super futuristic bodywork of the Disturbed Cadaver has been done by Carlos himself. It took him 18 months to build the unique machine.

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