Yamaha XJR1300 Project X by Deus Ex Machina

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

As part of the Yard Built Specials project, Yamaha Europe called upon the Italian based bike customizers at Deus Ex Machina to revamp this Yamaha XJR1300. As usual, the team delivered in flying colors.

Deus stripped the bike down to its bare bones, and gained inspiration from the 70s and 80s endurance race machines for the build. The team custom fabricated the aluminum body work, which was finished off with an amazing transparent dark paint treatment that really turns heads. Upgrades include Brembo brakes, Ohlins suspension, Leo Vince titanium exhaust, and a set of Marvic Streamline magnesium wheels. The leather sided, suede top seat is a great finishing touch to a beautiful bike.

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