Yamaha FZ-S modified into a scrambler by Hustler Moto

While most of the times we see motorcycle modifications based on the Royal Enfield bikes in India, this is something fresh in the motoring scenario. A Jaipur-based customisation house that goes by the name Hustler Moto has transformed the street bike FZ-S into a scrambler and here are all the details that you want to know.

The donor bike is a 2014 FZ-S that gets a very muscular design with a deeply creased fuel tank and sharp body panels. The modification house has done extensive changes to the bike to transform it into a scrambler. The bike gets a list of thorough modifications that make it more suitable for off-roading and rough roads.

The modification adds a new customised fuel tank to the bike which comes from Hero Passion. The signature stock headlamp of the bike has now been replaced with a new round headlamp unit. Even the twin seats have been replaced a new single flat seat. At the rear, the bike gets a new grab rail that surrounds the bike for a halo effect. The side panels and the fenders are handmade while the side-indicators are now all-LED that gives it a very modern look.

The alloy wheels are stock but get new Ralco tyres that are more suitable for dual-purpose uses. The suspension is also stock but the front forks have been lifted for better ground clearance. The modification house has not mentioned the exact lift but it looks minor. Even the front disc and the rear drum brake units are stock.

The engine remains stock but to boost performance, the engine gets a new K&N air filter. The carburettor has been tuned according to the air flow from the new filter. A new customised exhaust unit has been added for better performance too. However, the increase in power is not known. Most of the times, these supporting performance mods have a minuscule effect on the power output.