Yamaha XS650 Bobber Brat Style

This is my Yamaha TX650A (XS650) 1974 as a bobber by BioXiD2006 on Jul 6, 2011

Comments

  1. Guy says:

    LOOKS GREAT.

  2. norm younger says:

    nice looking bike. i like the bars.

  3. Barney says:

    Cool, except the reflectors. I like the street legality of it.

  4. Morgan says:

    I really like this. Looks tough and reliable.

  5. Fabbastard says:

    I’m liking how you did the rear turn signals…. looks like it works, is the rake stock?

  6. fish says:

    nice lookin bike

  7. fanoboss says:

    Nice, but the plug wires clash. I have the same clash on mine too !!! LOL

  8. BioXiD says:

    Yes it’s stock rake

  9. mike says:

    is there a baffle in that header? if so which? im running the same headers but they are loud as heck

  10. BioXiD says:

    No baffle…you’re saying that they are loud ?? well you should hear my Harley!!!! Police stopped me twice so far and didnt told me about the noise!!!! maybe i’m lucky too!!! 🙂

  11. Daniel says:

    Hey BioXiD!

    Great bike! I’m trying to do something similar myself. Can I bounce a few questions your way? I see the custom fender, did you get that aftermarket or custom made? What shocks are those? can you give me specific brand and size, and did you have to mess with the swing arm or chain in order for it to sit the way it does? Did you mess with the front fork lengths? If so how much? And lastly…and for me the most important…THOSE TIRES! This is my first time working on an older bike and the conversion from the metric over is some what confusing me do you remember the brand and specific size of those tires? I’ll be using the Mag wheels but from my understanding they should still work. If you could help me out I would very thankful!