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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.

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