Unlike the CityX, the SuperTT is based on the enlarged frame of the Ulysses and Lightning Long, with 4.4 gallons fuel capacity and 54-inch wheelbase. With 5.6 inches of wheel travel front and rear, its suspension is a compromise between the Ulysses' 6.5/6.4 inches and the Lightning Long's 4.7/4.9. Handlebars are crossbraced motocross-style and equipped with hand guards, like the CityX's, and the bodywork is minimalist, with a tiny flyscreen, a small plastic "gas tank" (actually the airbox cover) and a pair of side-mounted, racing-style numberplates. There isn't so much as a tailpiece, the long, flat seat extending to the rear of the machine, embossed with a graphic indicating No Passengers. But bec-ause most parts from most Buells fit most other Buells, there's an optional $300 passenger peg setup derived from the Lightning Long.