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Thursday, June 11, 2015

CS-06 Dissident Monocoque

In order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Yamaha XJR1300 as the king of the road, Yamaha Yard Built show off a masterpiece of one of the world's motorcycle builder from Portugal.

A work-style café racer born of two Portuguese men named Osvaldo Coutinho and Alexandre Santos, both of which have custom workshop since 2013 - named 'it roCkS!Bikes'.
Custom-made CS-06 Dissident by it roCkS!bikes celebrates 20 years of Yamaha XJR1300. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1BTvIj5)
The custom motorcycle that they named Yamaha XJR1300 'CS-06 Dissident'. The uniqueness of the café racer is very visible on the body structure that embraces 'monocoque' model.
Right side view of Custom-made Yamaha XJR1300 CS-06 Dissident. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1G5sBIU)
One unit of the body - start from the tank up to the end of the stern sector has become the focus of both builders to become their trademark character. It is they embodied from the metal material which is done manually.
Left side view of Custom-made Yamaha XJR1300 CS-06 Dissident. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Ap3H7I)
The Yamaha XJR1300 café racer custom bike is not out of the game of the other custom parts. The ‘Dissident’ features an ISR braking system, including master cylinders for front brake and clutch, front and rear calipers, and monster 340 mm front discs and 267 mm rear discs and 6 piston calipers with Hell Performance steel mesh brake and clutch hoses.

Forefoot feels more sporty because the up-side down fork part plucks from the Yamaha YZF-R1. Digital devices from Motogadget resides neatly in between the shaft handlebar clamp from LSL. For exhaust system is also inseparable from the work of the hand, a 4-2 stainless steel exhaust which claimed be able to boost the engine rotation.

Here are several pictures of the CS-06 Dissident. (All pictures taken from: http://bit.ly/1G5sBIU)


Two 17” tubeless Kineo spoke rims with Pirelli angel GT tires keep everything the right way up and makes it more classy. For coloring matters, 70s and 80s classical themes dominate the appearance of its stunning body.
The builders combining the color of pearl white, black and gold in one beautiful and luxurious packaging. Not to forget the Yamaha's legends graphics ie 'speed blocks' also adorns while providing distinctive character. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | YAMAHA MOTOR EU]
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