The 2018 Yamaha RD350 Custom cafe racer sports inverted telescopic front fork
2018 Yamaha RD350: There are hardly any classic bikes that have the exact same charm and fan after as the mythical Yamaha RD350 in India. While most custom builders concentrate on meticulously restoring the RD350 to its first glory, Hyderabad-based 36 Moto Customs picked a totally new leadership and altered the old classic to the eccentric appearing cafe racer.
The 2-stroke parallel-twin lookup engine along with the twin-pod tool dial are the only components which are stored intact while the remainder of the bike is bespoke. It appears the layout inspiration has come from a single arrow, for the bodywork is indeed sharp and compact.
The half fairing that’s seamlessly incorporated into the gas tank includes a steeply raked front corner and round LED headlamp. The horizontal tailpiece also extends seamlessly in the gas tank and homes a neatly implemented reddish leather saddle.
The custom-made framework and horizontal pliers are made to provide cafe-racer ergonomics. The habit criss-cross twin exhaust pipes won’t go undetected. The bike can be equipped with huge functionality air-filter for each canister.
Braking equipment is made up of disk at each wheel.
The performance figures of this RD350 Custom cafe racer have yet to be released. In its stock state, the twin-cylinder traditional bike used to make 30.5 bhp and 32.2 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to some 6-speed gearbox.