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Yamaha Virago XV750 engine
5 years ago

Cafe Racer ‘95 Yamaha Virago XV750 by Greg Hageman

Yamaha Virago XV750 engine

Nowadays, old school chopper Yamaha Virago XV750 is a popular contributor to the custom-built bikes. Greg Hageman is a leading expert on models Yamaha Virago and now proposes to look at his next project based on Yamaha Virago XV750. This model has rear suspension with two shock absorbers, while the earlier models manned monoshock. Greg originally even wanted to alter the geometry of the rear suspension, but then changed his mind and installs a pair of Öhlins. “I liked the angles and thought I could make it perform well. All the previous first-gen Viragos I’ve built had mono-shocks, but I wanted to keep this one different and keep some original design.”

Project details:

Donor: Yamaha Virago XV750 1995 (inoperable)
The front part of Yamaha R1 2008: fork, brakes and 17-inch wheels
Back: 15-inch wheel Virago, drum brake
Tires: Dunlop K555
Rear suspension: Öhlins shock absorbers
Fuel tank: Yamaha RD350 1973 modified
Paint: Moe Colors, original colors
Seat: Tuffside café racer seat
Clip-ons: Yamaha R1
Handle: Biltwell Thruster
Speedometer: Acewell
Carburetors: Mikuni VM34
Exhaust: 2 in 1 ceramic coatings exhaust Cone Engineering
Build time: 2 months

Cafe Racer ‘95 Yamaha Virago XV750 Pictures

Yamaha Virago XV750 silencer

Cafe Racer ‘95 Yamaha Virago XV750 by Greg Hageman

Cafe Racer ‘95 Yamaha Virago XV750 front light

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