The Heinrich Maneuver project's mission was to create something spectacular, and if you ask us, they definitely succeeded. And while they definitely went for flair, they also focused on function. With all the mods, they've managed to pump up the bike to 110hp at the rear wheel, up 6hp from the standard R nineT. The fuel tank has a special internal labyrinth of alloy channels to offset the fuel load, along with a suede trimmed lidded recess for the fuel filler and ignition. The foot-pegs and controls are set back further from the standard R nineT and the custom dash is more compact as well, so this beast is far more than just something pretty to look at—it's made to ride every day.