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1983 Xj750 Seca

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5/5,
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  • Year:
    1983
    Make:
    Yamaha
    Model:
    XJ750 Seca
    Engine Size:
    750
    Modifications & Accessories:
    Sport fairing, saddlebags, trunk
    I've been helping XJ-Bikes member, Steve R, restore his bike. We just finished adding a complete luggage set. Everything has been cleaned, stripped, smoothed, repainted, and clearcoated. Now presenting---1983 XJ750 Seca, by Steve R! This bike went from "this bike is SOOO FRUSTRATING--I think I might give up on it"....to...." I LOVE my bike, it gets lot of attention, and I can't wait to ride it every chance I get!"
  1. Tim O
    Really sweet... I'm really jealous of the pipes. Where did you get them?
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    2. Tim O
      Funny... my bike is the same... mufflers look fine but the header pipes are pretty rusty.
      Tim O, Mar 6, 2017
    3. Steve R
      Yep, mine were too. The bike spent time on the west coast with salt air. But maybe age has something to do with it.
      Steve R, Mar 6, 2017
    4. Steve R
      I see your bike , nice. Mine spent time on the west coast, salt air maybe.
      Steve R, Mar 6, 2017
  2. Simmy
    nice job!
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    1. Steve R
      Thanks
      Steve R, Mar 6, 2017
  3. CactusJack578
    I agree with dowski68. I wanna see more pics. Great Job on the bike. I love the XJ750's.
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    1. Steve R
      Thanks Jack
      Steve R, Mar 6, 2017
  4. CactusJack578
    I love that line about Steve R going from "this bike is SOOO FRUSTRATING to I LOVE my bike" That's gotta be a fantastic feeling.Thanks hogfiddles for letting us in on some of the behind the scenes.
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  5. dowski68
    It all comes down to perseverance-Finish what you started and be proud of what you have done.
    A few more picks of the entire bike would be nice to look at. Yet well done!
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    1. Steve R
      Thank you, a lot of hard work.
      Steve R, Feb 21, 2017
    2. Steve R
      More pictures on the way
      Steve R, Feb 23, 2017
    3. Steve R
      Half a dozen pics in the gallery.
      Steve R, Jun 26, 2018
  6. Steve R
  7. mirco
    hi Dave - nice job! How are my forks coming. I could really use them. Joe
  8. Sheyne
    New to the forum, I just found the bags and trunk for my ‘ 82 xjr 750. The mounting brackets for the bags are missing. Would anyone have specs on these so I can fab some! Thank You in advance.
  9. wgul
    Great job guys; looks real sharp !
  10. twinky
    there's a set of plastics with saddlebags for sale here locally. i've considered making an offer.
    1. Steve R
      Did you get the bags?
      Steve R, Feb 2, 2019