Post Listing Update: This Bexton build was relisted multiple times at lower BINs (eventually down to $7,750) but it never got any interest on eBay.
This isn’t the first custom GT750 I’ve featured from Bexton Craft Motorcycles, but it is the first time he’s shoved old-school two-stroke power into a modern chassis. The styling is polarizing but the concept is awesome!
For more information and better photos, check out the builder’s site.
This bike (VIN: jya3lkeoxra026892) is all about the work, which features a modified GT750 2-stroke motor shoved into a ’94 Yamaha RZR1000 rolling chassis with a salvage title. The seller calls it a “Yamazuki 750 Delta Box”. You’re best off going to the listing to get more details on what the seller had to do to create this unique build, but highlights include a rebuilt and ported motor which is “estimated to produced somewhere between 85 and 100 horsepower”, custom made expansion chambers, custom tail and fairing made out of 18 guage flat plate steel, custom aluminum fender, Harley V-Rod headlight, Suzuki SV taillight, and Koso gauges. Since the work was done, this bike has covered just 338 miles (though the rebuilt motor “has probably around 800 to 1000 miles on it”. Considering that the stock Yamaha motor put out around 145 horsepower, how do you feel about this swap?
Find this custom for sale in Cary, North Carolina with a BIN of $8,450 or best offer