The Mad Racing/Dirt Candy Suzuki has a plethora of unique parts to it. Luke’s bike was stripped down to the frame and both the swingarm and frame was powder coated black for a unique and bold look. The engine is then headed to Yoshimura where all the engine mods are done at their facility in Chino, California. The Mad Racing/Dirt Candy Suzuki team chose not to run Showa suspension as they are running WP’s Cone Valve fork and Trax Shock with a Bud Racing 151mm linkage. Both are unique here in the United States on a Japanese brand motorcycle. WP is selling their line of suspension for Japanese MX brands and part of their marketing strategy seems to be getting a professional SX/MX team and Mad Racing/Dirt Candy looks to be the right fit. Another unique modification to Clout’s Suzuki RM-Z250 was the KTM throttle body. Chris See (Clout’s mechanic) told us they get better bottom to mid range with the KTM body and both riders on the team like the KTM throttle body’s response on the track better. Race spec Pirelli’s are fitted on the Excel A60 rims/HAAN hubs and See also shaves down all the excess plastic on the bike to get rid of unwanted weight (which is almost a pound and half). A Yoshimura carbon fiber exhaust, Mika Metals handlebars, X-trig ROCS clamps, Hinson clutch, Works Connection levers/perch, and a DT1 filter also graces this one of a kind Suzuki.