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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Yard Built the V-Max CS07 Gasoline

Yamaha Motor Europe took a modifier from Portugal named 'It rocks! Bikes' to build a V-Max café racer-style motorcycle in the Yard Built project.
Yamaha V-Max 'CS07 Gasoline' built by It rocks! Bikes. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1SWEtCi)
As quoted from Visordown, a motorcycle modification result called 'CS07 Gasoline' that has been exhibited at the Salon de les Moto in Paris, France. This is a second the fairing V-Max modified version. Previously, Liberty Yam made a V-Speed ​​Cafe Dragster.

The CS07 Gasoline is built inspired by the drag race arena. No wonder the design is not too complex. Its fairing covering the upper part, extending from front to rear.

Not just the design, its propulsion heart is also very supportive for the racing. The CS07 Gasoline using a standard V4 engine that has a capacity of 1,700 cc and capable of producing the power up to 200 bhp.
There are several new components such as tank and fairing are made using aluminum materials. Everything is done directly by handmade, including the seats. From the looks, the Yamaha V-Max CSO7 Gasoline will bring us to the 1970s. There has been no official information whether Yamaha will sell or not the bike. (Wanna see another creation of 'It rocks! Bikes'). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VISORDOWN]
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