My thought exactly.
While stylish (and I coped the photos for posterity as a result), the subframe is canted too high. The front of the rear cowl doesn't even meet the fuel tank evenly.
If the angle was reduced to a comfortable level, that would be a very nicely styled bike.
so how were your nuts? lol. I'm fine with the cowl not meeting the tank evenly but it being canted too high might be a problem. anyone actually seen one in person or ridden one? does it need an aftermarket subframe to make this happen? can't just fab a 1000rr tail on a stock subframe?
IMO it looks good from this sides but I think the tail is too slim and not proportional to the tank and front end (kinda reminds me of a helicopter). And also, from the pic, it looks like the back is raised too.... much load on the arm, no? But hey props for the built though... always love custom work 👍👍