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XJR1400R €12500
Style:
Café Racer
Make:
YAMAHA
Model:
XJR1300
No. Cylinders:
Four
Build type:
Shed-Built
Engine size:
1200+cc
Year:
2005
Location:
Gothenburg, Sweden
Days listed:
0 days

Tell us about your bike

Never thought I'd sell this one, spent 2 years and 16K+ euro building it, but things change.

The build started out as my dream engine, me wanting to build the XJR-engine I always wanted when I was younger, but could never afford or find time to build. Once I decided to spend "all that" on an engine, I realised that this engine should sit in a cool bike, so the rest of the bike just sort of happened.

The 1412cc high compression and naturally aspirated engine has been built from the (New) main bearings out, with all the good bits, carrillo rods, ross Racing Pistons, oversized valves, Yoshimura TMR-MJN carbs etc, and in current setup it pumps out 165hp/150nm at the wheel, with modest settings and pump gas.

The rest of the bike is my idea of a performance cafe racer, no unnecessary luxury, R1 brakes, wheels and fork, Racing seat foam, a (very) loud and powerful engine, quickshifter and sticky Michelin power tires, off You go.

The bike is road legal in Sweden and registered as an XJR1300, but I know nothing about rules/laws in other countries, so I can't guarantee it's legal everywhere

if You are interested I recommend reading the specs PDF, I haven't mentioned half of the parts on the bike.

Full build on Instagram @xjr1400

links

XJR1400R Walkaround Video

XJR1400R Sound Video

XJR1400R Full Specs PDF

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