EIMOR Customs are back with a new bike, this time working on a new concept instead of showcasing a modified Royal Enfield motorcycle. They have customized an old Yamaha FZ and christened the same as Fuzzy. The modifiers have successfully imparted an all-new look to the streetfighter by converting it into a cafe racer, and we must mention that it looks perfectly crafted from almost all angles. EIMOR Fuzzy is equipped with a lot of custom parts and one can't recognise that it's actually a Yamaha FZ.
FZ Fuzzy required a totally different approach from Yamaha FZ’s built and thus, it was stripped to the bare minimum. EIMOR Customs has equipped the motorcycle with an all-new fuel tank with a rustic finish featuring yellow highlights and the same theme has been offered to the battery section panel. EIMOR has actually offered the body panels with a 3D paint scheme that mimics decades-old open-weld design.
FZ Fuzzy is a one-of-its-kind motorcycle and we have never seen any other modified bike with such a design theme. Coming to the rest of the hardware components, the modifiers have equipped the Fuzzy with dual-purpose front and rear tyres featuring spoke wheels, and a small, high-mounted front fender that enhances the overall looks of this typical modified Yamaha FZ.
Some of the other key highlights of EIMOR Fuzzy include the likes of a single-piece ribbed seat, a custom headlight, clip-on handlebars, and a raised exhaust with a thinner profile. The front and rear suspension components have been kept the same as the stock version. Yamaha FZ used here is powered by a 153cc, single-cylinder, carburettor-fed engine producing 13.8 BHP of maximum power and 13.6 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
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