Too often, we see men spending more time at the automobile workshop than on the road. You’d think it is for a misalignment or a fresh bump, but truth is, they mostly spend time and money on pimping their rides for the sake of staying ahead of the crowd. It is perfectly fine to be different, but even so, it has to look good. You want to attract attention for the right reasons, so for those who wish for their two-wheelers to be different, Akrapovic‘s Full Moon is really something. Following the likes of the 2011 Morsus, it was recently designed with the assistance of Slovenian Dreamachine Motorcycles for the Custombike Show in Bad Salzuflen, Germany. Boasting an S&S Knucklehead 1,524cc engine, custom-made Akrapovic exhausts and automated steering that keeps any cable hidden, the Full Moon is a one of a kind, extravagant beast. While nothing about production has been said yet, it is definitely something worth waiting for. And when it does make it to production, have the sense to keep it as it is. Some things, I believe, are better left untouched.