The Yamaha SZ is surely one of the most underrated motorcycles in our country today. Launched in 2010, the SZ marked Yamaha’s entry to the power-commuter market. And over the years, it has been outsold by the even more expensive and brawny FZ series, not worth its value for money tag since its launch.

These pictures are of the customized machine that looks extremely marvelous compared to its slow selling sibling. The motorcycle here, after suffering a minor crash, went an update and came out as a looker. Factory installed parts like the foot rest, stock battery holder and plastics were replaced by superior quality materials like aluminium foot rest, battery cover and newer handle bars.

One of the most significant part of the customized bike is the headlight, taken from an Eicher truck and dual-purpose tyres consisting of a large disc brake. The rear mud guard was taken off to give way to rear LED blinkers and an aluminium under-seat tray. Even a grab rail was installed in order to store things.

A redesigned seat with coarse grain fabric was chosen to minimize sliding while breaking. The stock SZs sporty and street fighter like demeanor looks even more appealing with this customized sibling. This looks like a bike that will welcome its rather commuter-minded buyer to the world of power biking.

 
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