Yamaha X13 Beautifully Modified RX 135
For the die-hard Yamaha enthusiasts, a recently customized Yamaha RX 135 retro-modern cafe racer is worth grabbing all the attention. Abishek Dey from Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar has christened his work of art as Yamaha X13 where the hand-built body panels and an overall elongated profile has made it look out of the ordinary.
The customizer has opted for a redesigned custom front fender that further accommodates the alloy wheels borrowed from the 200cc Bajaj Pulsar. The motorcycle has been customized with a stretched swingarm unit while the OEM shockers at the rear have been replaced with gas-charged shock absorbers.
The fuel tank on the customized bike features a fuel filler from a Bajaj Pulsar. In addition to this, the redesigned fuel tank look is accentuated by unique tank extensions with chrome and black detailing.
The customizer has further equipped the motorcycle with a custom single seat while the overall aggressive riding position has been offered with the help of repositioned footpegs, gear lever as well as the brake controls.
Abishek Dey has kept the engine on the Yamaha RX 135 unaltered while the motorcycle has been imparted with a custom build silencer as well as a ported exhaust muffler. The toolbox on the right side features the “X13” sticker while the square headlight has been borrowed from the Yamaha RX-Z. In addition to that, the customizer has equipped the X13 with custom-made tail light and turn indicators.
The modified Yamaha X13 is powered by the same 132cc engine that is capable of offering maximum power of 14 BHP @ 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 12.25 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 5-speed transmission. The modified motorcycle features a front disc brake along with telescopic forks for a well-balanced ride.