Bikes, Production Motorcycles
6 years ago


In 1977, FAST MOTORS released its first Yamaha XS400 is a hell of a motorcycle. Andy Hull built from FAST MOTORS this particular XS400. It came over with wonderful specification like self-cancelling turn signals, rear shock absorbers and an automatic petcock. The bike has punchy 392cc parallel twin that produces 36hp and useful for chain drive.

Jeremy Pedersen of Relic Kustoms added the final touch with tasteful pinstripes and the Hold Fast Motors logo on the side of the tank. Just visit the Hold Fast Motors here to check out the more work from Andy Hull and share your words with us. 

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