Nov 23, 2010

10 Bare/Naked Yamaha FZ

Photos of the Yamaha FZ minus its body panels..

Wanted to see how the Beefy Yamaha FZ looks like without its clothes? Taufik from Indonesia has posted photos of a stripped the FZ (branded as Byson there) on his blog.

Don’t miss the mid ship silencer and the actual metal tank of the FZ/Byson.




Yamaha FZ with its body panels








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10 Comments:

Sajal said...

Looks like Sunny Deol removed his overcoat and turned into Vijay Raaz ;)

Siddharth Soni said...

Thank you so much! If you read my post 'Intense Urge to Dismantle a Bike' it talked precisely about this :) :)

Payeng said...

@Siddharth, thanks to Taufik actually.

@Sajal, but the Skeleton/Chassis still seems to be of our Sunny Deol

:-)

Anonymous said...

looks awesome even without pannels... all courtesy tyres and the front 41mm tube, look at those front tyres, they are fatter than most Indian bikes rear tyres.

Sajal said...

With full plastic on the FZ looks so beefed up that sans those panels, something looks big time missing. Once during the regular service, I took a picture of my P200 and absolutely fell in love with it all over again (resembled Monica Bellucci from Malena during one of those scenes ;)!! ) and that's because there's so minimalistic in terms of body panels!! Sometimes I really feel that FZ has a bit too much of panels all round (same goes for the Honda Twister and Unicorn Dazzler) with the panels all they look amazing.... but that's too much of faux parts.

Payeng said...

M. Belluci..?? Wowwww...

melville said...

The rounded-profile rear tyres of the Byson are what they should put the FZ on too. Much superior rubber that..

@Sejal- The FZ is impressive indeed, but not my kinda bike. I always considered the Pulsar 200 to be (arguably) THE most aesthetic appealing Indian bike. And the P 220s (even the S) or R15s got nothing on it! Especially one in that Blue shade- It's utterly gorgeous. When I finally made up mind to go for the 200, they stopped production... X(
P.S. I think me gonna go watch Malena once again ;)

Sharath.S.Kamath said...

@Payeng - Nice article about naked bike... :)

And i am trying to find your article on Ninja 250cc but unable to find it bro...i believe u did some test ride on ninja sometime back after it was launched in india...i just needed some details about that bike...let me know the month of article.... :)

Payeng said...

@Sharath, I haven't still written any post about my ride experience on the Ninja 250R.. will try to post about it soon in a couple of days.

@Melville, the Pulsar 220S (with bikini fairing) is identical to the Pulsar 200, it's now got clip ons instead of the one piece handlebar and has got fatter 41 inch front forks.

Sajal said...

and those clip-ons absolutely ruined P220S' riding posture!! In those terms, the single piece handle bar of the FZ/Fazer provides much better riding posture (though there mount's a bit higher than that's on P200).

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