Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock


Yamaha SR400 is a direct descendant of the SR500, but with a shorter base and increased silencers because of a rigid framework in which they are driving manufacturers in the fight against air pollution. The guys from the Japanese studio Motor Rock familiar to us on such projects as the custom 'Clock Work' and the Yamaha FZ1 , when you create a bobber often take it as a basis for SR400.

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

To create a new custom bikes in the style bobber guys from Motor Rock took as a basis all the same SR400. They completely dismantled it and redrew the frame, under the new bobbersky style. Redesigning odverglas motorcycle frame, swingarm and subframe. Not left unattended motor bobber future, the workshop produced for him a new air filter and a new exhaust system 69 megaphone. For manufactured in the workshop also provides details of the fuel tank, rear wing and a modified cap driven star.

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

Ahead on the bobber set a new steering wheel with handles KIJIMA Chopper, reduced light and cone signals turns out Kijima store. Behind on the above changes by the suspension on a motorcycle were set shortened shock absorbers, brake light 69tail type 1 and holder numbers. Next list of replaced parts from Motor Rock from the catalog includes 69 new lever kick starter and blanks for footrests.

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

Ready bobber goes on a 21-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear, shod in rubber Avon SP MKII and Dunlop.

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock

Bobber Yamaha SR400 from the Japanese studio Motor Rock


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