At the back is an adjustable, air-assisted shock and a simple Acewell unit has replaced the standard instruments. e and many components with the larger XV1100 Virago.
The Old Yamaha XV750 from the 1980s is really gaining favor as a custom base for modification. Classified Moto have already shown the way, and here’s another amazing example—this time from Tokwa Party Garage . It’s a 1982 Yamaha XV750, and is modified into custom CafeRacer.
They built a new frame to support the lovely, wasp-like seat unit, and lowered the forks by two inches to improve the posture. At the back is an adjustable, air-assisted shock and a simple Acewell unit has replaced the standard instruments. There’s a Tarozzi fork brace to tighten the handling, along with Tarozzi rearsets and clip-ons for a better riding position.
There’s a lot of craze in people to modify an old bike into a cafe racer. Philippines based Tokwa Party Garage modified a Yamaha XV750 into a custom cafe racer. The work done on this bike is really extraordinary with the color combination, the finishing of the bike everything is on point. Yamaha XV750 had a really powerful 750cc engine.
The whole frame is redesigned to support the wasp like cafe racer seat and the low fork tires which improves the stance of the bike. Both the front and rear tires are changed into a thicker tires with black alloys. The suspension is replaced with twin suspension with rear monoshock suspension system. Front suspension is replaced with USD forks. In the front there a new LED headlamps which is round in shape and Clip-on handlebar for better riding position. The handlebar supports the custom after market side mirror.
The fuel tank is custom made with blue and white color theme which is done on the bike. As the Engine of this bike is powerful it has a custom made dual exhaust system which sounds really great. Watch the video for exhaust sound and riding position.