FRAME: The most important change is the Aluminium Hydro-Formed frame as used in the 2013 Evo 2T models, which is now standard on the EVO 4T. This new frame provides less flex for better handling and it also enhances the look of the machine. It also incorporates a larger fuel capacity, allowing the rider more time to ride. FOOTRESTS: The all new footrests are built using Micro-fusion technology and have a more appealing design. They are also lighter in weight and more resistant to mud-packing in the footrest itself, making for more comfort when riding. The footrest supports feature a new colour to keep their looks in line with the frame. FRONT SUSPENSION: The assembly is now fitted with low-friction SKF for seals, which are standard on all the Evo models. They also incorporate new valving, which provides the rider with a better negative feel. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: Some of the key electrical components have been relocated to better simplify the overall aesthetics of the machine. FUEL TAP: This has been moved to the opposite side compared to 2013, for ease of use. FUEL TANK COVER: This one-piece component has been changed to improve the guidance of the cable system REAR MUDGUARD: This design has been passed across from the 2013 EVO 2T model. This new fender incorporates a quick-access air filter cover for easy maintenance and air filter servicing. AESTHETICS: These now feature a combination of black and white, enriched with extremely detailed red flashes that highlight the technical and sporty spirit of the product.