Newly constructed Yamaha with only 1st class parts and approved exhaust.
- Motogadget electronics
- Brembo brake pump
- Special paint petrol tank
- Handmade seat with old leather look
- Frame wheels powder-coated chrome
- Front fork Hagon interior
- Rear shock absorber Hagon
- Exhaust system R&D Pajic
- Tarozzi footrests
Year of manufacture 1982 (new construction 2017)
With this construction we aimed to maintain the looks and allure of a cafe racer from the 1960s by using the original front fork and rear fork while using a modified Ohlins interior, different springs and a rear shock absorber (racing) from Hagon for improved roadholding.
This bike is totally restored and built with stainless steel bolts and quality material and super nice details.
The construction of this cafe racer took up 3 months, see the photo report!
The engine block was checked in its entirety and was partially revised.
The electronics received a modern upgrade with Motogadget parts for features such as keyless ignition, switches, an app that shows data like speed and consumption and suchlike on a mobile phone.
This Yamaha XV 750 is fitted with a special paint that emphasises the racing look. The frame has been powder-coated (chrome) just like the wheels and the subframe.
The exhaust is handmade and computed by Pajic R&D and is therefore unique.
The handmade seat is lined with old leather that perfectly suits the looks of the tank.
The brakes modified by replacing the single disc by a double disc, with a Brembo brake pump and Brembo Sinter brake pads.
The new Firestone tyres finish the look.
- Model Type
- XV 750 SE - Oldskool Café Racer
- Engine size (in cc)
- Year of first registration
- Registration papers
- with Dutch registration
- 150 km
- Frame number
- Engine number
- Located in country