Yamaha presents a new model Yard Built to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the XJR1300. For this latest creation, the brand with the three tuning forks appealed to Taiwanese preparer Winston Yeh Rough Crafts.
To achieve its preparation, Winston was first recreated virtually motorcycle then uses several craftsmen to design each piece by hand. It is thus associated with specialists paint, metal and streets of Taipei manufacturers to provide a machine “Handmade in Taiwan.”
Most of the official preparations Built Yamaha Yard have been staged so far mostly by European trainers. Now the firm Iwata gives the alternative to Rough Crafts Winston Yeh to the head, based in Taiwan and have endeavored to develop the Yamaha XJR1300 Guerilla Built Yard Four.The Guerilla Four required no cutting or welding on the frame, it is simply fitted with custom pieces. The front fork has been replaced by Yamaha VMax, which was shortened by 100 mm, to give a more solid look. The front caliper has also been changed to match the new brake disc.
The ductile Yamaha XJR1300 base is again the starting point for this creation that is at night from populated Asian cities inspiration. Without touching the chassis these important changes have been introduced:
- Fork removed and replaced by a Yamaha V-Max conveniently lowered.
- Front brake disc of 11.5 inches.
- Suppression instrumentation.
- Roland Sands tires BOSS Black Ops.
- Coker Tire Beck Style.
- Rough Crafts custom exhaust.
- Custom tank and fuel cap.
- Grill for custom headlight.
- Specific seat and tail.
- Custom footrests.
- Handlebar Fighter.
- Hand paint Air Runner Custom Paint and anodized for OneHandMade Customs.
As is usual in line Built Rough Crafts Yard made available to users a complete pack of pieces to look like what you see in the pictures.