Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Mexican By Macco Motors


  Maccomotors has released another custom, this time a 1975 Yamaha XS650 called “The Mexican”.  Built for a Spanish engineer living in Mexico, she’s got a very Bratstyle feel.  The fork covers really make a visual statement, as it’s not something done very often.  Here’s the details…

  • Engine rebuilt
  • Yamaha XS 850 front forks
  • Double brake disks
  • Maccomotors front forks covers
  • Renthal handlebars
  • New lights and control switch
  • Biltwell Kung Fu grips
  • Single Speedometer
  • Bates headlight 4 1/2
  • K&N filters
  • Mini cateye Turn signals
  • Tail light “Mongrel”
  • Chopped standar mudguards
  • Tires: Bridgestone AC-04 130 rear / Bridgestone Exedra 110 front
  • Kawasaki enduro footpegs
  • Relocated battery (Ballistis¡c battery)
  • Ignition relocation
  • Progressive rear shocks Hagon Dual Road
  • Progressive fork front springs
  • Subframe chopped
  • Seat Maccomotors
  • New paint Maccomotors
  • Hooligan exhausts

  She’s another nice build from Jose and Tito, and amply demonstrates their talent at making intriguing customs!









Photos By Sergio Ibarra from Semimate



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