Yamaha has the Yamaha XSR700 and in the Yamaha XSR900 to two excellent bases to modify, to create a café racer, a tracker, a scrambler… Something from the own-brand have been commissioned to reinforce through the program Yard Built. The CP3 is the end result of this customization program, a bike that in addition to engaging account with a good ratio weight / power.
The Yamaha XSR900 of JvB-Moto is called CP3 and is a tracker as attractive as it is fast
This Yamaha XSR900 is called CP3, is a creation of Jens vom Brauck of JvB-Moto, a coach of the Cologne that has created a tracker with an attractive design to blow new fiber covering the chassis and subchasais of this Yamaha with a new design that will be available to “replicate” the next year.
And is that JvB-Moto will go on sale next year, the whole kit for you to transform your Yamaha XSR900 on the bike you are seeing now as we have seen with so many other creations of the program Yard Built. What don’t we know by now is the price that will have this kit, bearing in mind that the Yamaha XSR900 already has a starting price of eur 10,499 euros.
This Yamaha XSR900 has been lightened by about 20 kg and has increased its power in one 4 HP
The engine of the Yamaha XSR900 of JvB-Moto has remained practically unchanged, garnishing the block 3 cylinders and 847cc, which develops originally a power of 115 HPwith a new exhaust system signed by Temignoni that increases power by approximately 4 CV.
The part cycle has also been revised and now we find ourselves with some new brakes signed by Beringer. The tires are also new and have been shod with a Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa cut more sports.
This Yamaha XSR900 has one 115 HP and weighs around 175 kg
In addition to new fibers that line your deposit, in addition to the new fairing, the coach has introduced a new LED light in the rear, new LED indicators, a kit of relocation to the instrumentation, a new front fender and a new porta tuition, all bathed in a dark blue inspired by the blue that has been used on many occasions to Yamaha for its racing bikes, but with a matte finish and a series of lines on the reservoir.
Jen vom Brauck, the father of the creature, it has indicated that it will be easy to reproduce this transformation when put to the sale the kit to do it, now, if you have a Yamaha XSR900 or you’re thinking of buying one and you liked this preparation, only to wait for it to go on sale the pieces.