EIMOR Customs are back with a new product, this time working on an all-new concept instead of a Royal Enfield motorcycle. Yamaha FZ Fuzzy – their street fighter turned cafe racer, looks perfectly crafted from every angle. It comes with a long list of custom parts and thus, guessing the name from its engine is the safest way to show the motorcycling passion inside you.
FZ Fuzzy required a totally different approach from Yamaha FZ’s built and thus, it was stripped to the bare minimum. An all new fuel tank that compensates the cafe racer character was used on Fuzzy, coupled to some instances of naked frame and a matching battery section panel. All of them were wrapped in the same 3D paint scheme that mimics decades old open weld design. FZ Fuzzy looks beautiful and may not be seen on any other custom motorcycle around this segment. Front and rear wheels were exchanged for dual purpose, thicker tread tyres and chrome finished spoke wheels. A small, high mounted front fenders looks awesome on Fuzzy’s overall profile.
Using long ribbed seat helped them achieve the character with much ease while custom headlight and suspension mounted clip-on bars looked impressive on the motorcycle’s presence. A raised exhaust with thinner profile was used to extract the typical cafe racer feel out of FZ Fuzzy. Front and rear suspension components were kept the same as stock version. Yamaha FZ used here is powered by a 153cc, single cylinder carburetor fed engine producing 13.8 BHP and 13.6 Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
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Yamaha FZ Fuzzy Edition