Video is a bit shady, so switch to 720p HD quality for a best view.
The belly pan originally came from Seca II (US "600" model), but also fits japanese "400". It was from a crashed bike and torn to pieces. Repairing took some time: welding the plastics, a lot of "sculpting," some redesigning to accomodate rear brake pedal was needed. The mounting brackets were made DIY, too.
The bike is Yamaha XJ 400 S (4BP) from 1991 with my personal "touch."
Bike magazine's Three Divvies Top Speed Challenge
What happens when you give three Bike staff three Yamaha Diversions 600s, a
miniscule budget and tell them to go as fast as possible? Apparently you
get one tuned engine, one bolt-on Nitrous kit and one ludicrous shrink-wrapped
streamliner. But which is most effective? There's only one way to find
1982 YAMAHA xj550 CAFE RACER
Me and my dad built this 82 Yamaha Maxim xj550 that we bought. We did a
bunch of custom work here in our two car garage. The list of things done to
the bike is quite long so I'm not gonna get in too much detail but if you
have a question about the bike let me know and I'll try to get to you and
answer it. Enjoy and thank you much for watching
Music by: mi6
Song: Stupid Little Things
1995 Yamaha XJR 400
Short video of my 1995 Yamaha XJR 400.
Everything stock except for paint work the can, which the previous owner
swapped with this one, adapted from another bike.
Not the best looking can ever, but the sound of just perfect and not
excessively loud. Hope you enjoy it as much as i do