Unlike Deus's other radical, bank-breaking customs, you can get the bolt-on bits of this beast a la carte. Its all part of Yamaha's "Yard Built Specials" design series wherein they tapped the world's preeminent custom shops to remix the 2013 XJR1300, with the aim of turning their customizations into an aftermarket kit at the 2013 EICMA (the two-wheeled world mega-convention in Italy). What does this mean for you? Bolt on parts to take your beast of a bike from stock to stoked in a Sunday afternoon.
Purchasing aftermarket kits like Project X are an awesome way to achieve Bat Bike status without (totally) breaking the bank.
Race tape is applied over the headlight as a precautionary measure against broken glass. If you're gonna go Mad Max, you'll have to accept that danger is just a part of your life now.
The tank's been coated with a "special paint" — it may or may not be the same paint you see on stealth fighters.
Underneath all those stealth modifications, there's still a 1251cc Yamaha air-cooled engine to rocket you from zero to 60 in holy-sh*t-that-was-fast. Hold on tight, Max.