The front view is dominated by a pair of air intakes reminiscent of the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom’s. These route cooling air to the engine’s radiator, located diagonally between the seat and the rear wheel. The ducts are specifically shaped to ensure a correct, comfortable seating position for the rider while keeping them insulated from radiator heat. An electric fan located behind the radiator draws in cooling air at low speeds; at higher speeds the ducts’ intakes scoop in plenty of ram air. Once it has cooled the radiator, the hot air exits through a duct at the end of the tail.