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faffi
Would cost way more than it's worth, so I would never buy it. But if it could be had for the price of a stocker? Absolutely!
 
 

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hobbs
It's a sharp bike for sure, with the performance to match. I would prefer black and white to yellow though, as sacrilegious as some may consider that choice.

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faffi
What about red and white with a hint of black?
 
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Beemer
I would have it as well, just as it is! Does anyone know the specs on it?

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snowdriftless
What about a 500cc version?

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faffi
I have a streetracker kit laying around for an XS650 - I was actually going to fit it to a Z400 twin - that never saw use. Have had it collecting dust for over a decade now. Will not fit an SR, though, as it has a much more substantial backbone than the XS650.
 
I reckon the suspension alone on the Over SR400 cost half the retail of a complete new bike. Looks nice, though, and prolly works fantastic.

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USMCFieldMP
I love the classic yellow and black Yamaha color scheme. I heavily debated on trading my FZ-07 for the XSR900 in this scheme. The 50th Anniversary R6 and R1 were my first moto loves.
 
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faffi
I agree - the bumblebee paint scheme is horn. There is also this

 
and this (who the %¤ decide the music to put on these things?)
 

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