Yamaha FZ16 has served as a base for multiple modifications in past one decade. The motorcycle supports honest scope for different body types, complemented by the massive front forks at the front and wide rear tire. Madras Customs has modified it with a ribbed standard seat on the stock frame, looking more like the XSR series seat from international Yamaha lineup. The frame is raised from the rear end, offering a bumpy ride to the pillion as every press on the right lever will result in a sliding movement. The frame comes with LED brake light strip for futuristic feel and a decent amount of safety.
The side panels from the FZ are removed to achieve this clean engine look, further looking great with a custom panel that reads Madras Customs and carries dual tone finish. The fuel tank seems sourced from a commuter while silver finish further raises the potential of the minimalist design language. The front headlight section is replaced with the round class LED headlight while tires at both ends are dual purpose units for maximum traction. The stock exhaust was removed for this free flow black unit with chrome exterior ring. The rear fender is raised to save other riders from the shower of mud.
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