1983 Yamaha XJ750
749cc 4 cylinder
Pod Filters and Open Exhaust
Fresh Plugs and Oil
Rigid Frame Mod ( Boxed In)
NO Damage to Structural Integrity of Stock Frame!
Seat Pan is 22" off ground , as Low as an XJ can safely go!!!
Dual Halogen Headlamps Modified
All LED tail/stop lights
LED Engine Light Kit tied to Headlight for the Red eyes
One of a Kind Body Panels.....Nobody Rocks it like this!!!
All sides are steel based and Fiberglass Reinforced
All Body Parts are in Hot Rod Black Primer (You pick Color)
Pinstripe is vinyl and will peel off when you want to paint or put your own style
Magnet sticks to every side of the Fenders and Body
Custom Made Stealth Bomber Bars, One of a Kinds as well
Runs Strong, Idles Great when warm, Killer Bike to Blow away any Bike Show or Bar Scene. Bike SCREAMS Dark Knight Chopper with a few nicely placed decals you can pull off a Mean Batman Bike that is not TACKY like "those" theme bikes out there. Email any questions or post here, hate it, let me know, love it, let me know! Peace !
xj 750 bobber
this is a 81 seca 750 i have been working on.. still not done just thought
i would upload to current..
1982 Yamaha Maxim Custom
1982 Yamaha Maxim completed customization. Here's short vid of the Exhaust made.
Photo gallery is here
Walk around video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giX6kfB8NHc
'82 XJ750 maxim bobber on a budget!
My 1982 XJ750, was stock in the morning, but by lunchtime it looked like
this! cost about $100 to change it..ok its not great, but it's not bad!
1982 Yamaha Maxim xj750 BOBBER, SUICIDED!
this is my 1982 yamaha maxim. I got it bone stock and in a non running
condition. my Dad and I have done absolutley everything to this bike, and
a friend helped me make the Custom forward controls. enjoy.
1982 Yamaha XJ750 Maxim Streetfighter
See my build tread!! http://xjbikes.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=35431.html
It has a lot of mods. R6 front end, carbon Delkevic slip on, Koso rx-2n
speedometer, Ohlins steering damper, & more.
Winter is tough in the midwest for those of us who ride motorcycles. All we
can do come winter (when it's cold outside); is wait for a day above
35-degrees, when the snow and the ice have melted. That's when we stretch
our legs and warm up our bikes. Ok we warm them up regardless; even if it's
5-degrees out, when all we can do is aim the exaust out the garage door:)