Hustler Moto has given single piece ribbed seat design which goes well with the design while the grab rail too merges aptly with the sub-frame
Yamaha FZ-S is one of the most popular bikes in its segment and over the years we have seen lots of modified FZ-S. Hustler Moto is a modification shop based in Jaipur and there latest project is a scrambler which is based on Yamaha FZ-S.
The customization shop has made lots of changes for the stock bike which starts with new round design for halogen headlamps with small LED indicators. The muscular fuel tank of FZ is replaced by smaller one from a Hero Motorcycle. The side panels along with front and rear mud-guards are custom made for this bike and it is hand built.
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Hustler Moto has given single piece ribbed seat design which goes well with the design. The grab rail merges well with sub-frame. The tail lamp design is round and they are very small too. The handle bar comes from FZ but the instrument cluster had been removed for minimalistic look.
The custom shop has made some mechanical changes also. The front suspension has been raised to increase off-road capability and the rear is mono-shock unit which comes from stock FZ. The stock tires are replaced by Ralco Knobby rubber which is better suited for off-roading.
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The brakes come from FZ as the front get disc brakes while the rear is drum.Hustler Moto replaced the muscular stock exhaust with a rocket design inspired custom made
exhaust which offers punchy exhaust note. The custom shop has given K&N air filter and they have made some changes for the carburettor to work with the new air filter.
The performance has been slightly improved compared over regular FZ-S. The stock bike is powered by 153 cc single cylinder engine producing 13.8 hp of power at 7,500 rpm and 13.6 Nm of torque tat 6,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. The modified FZ-S is finished in metallic racing blue shade which further enhances appeal. It will take 6 weeks for Hustler Moto to build this bike and total cost of modifications is not yet revealed.