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Here is a "SUZUKI VANVAN200" custom by Webike community user "17191216". The tuck-roll seat on the VANVAN200 has a seat height of 770mm and a shape that narrows the front side and provides more space for the legs. For a comfortable ride, the rear side of the seat is wider. The engine is an air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder engine that is both sturdy at low rpm and nimble at high rpm. Frando radial brake master cylinders allow for delicate brake operation and fine position adjustment to create a position that is comfortable for the rider. The ai-net screen visor is installed to enhance wind protection at high speeds, and the 5mm thickness of the body ensures sufficient strength. 520VX2 DID VX series chain is also installed. The stock chain stretches easily, leading to its replacement. The chain has high rigidity that enables a nimble ride, and the response to the rider's operation is dramatically improved, resulting in nimble handling and direct acceleration. There is no pressure to ride on the VANVAN200, and it has the goodness of fitting in wherever ride and get off.



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Part Details
Brake frando Radial Brake Master Cylinder
Clutch POSH Ultra Heavy Weight Bar End
PRO GRIP Superbike Grip #768
TANAX Off-set Holder 30
TANAX Off-set Holder 45
SP TAKEGAWA Polygon Mirror
TANAX City Wave Mirror
Handle / Steering HURRICANE European Type-4 Φ7/8-Inch Handlebar Steel
DAYTONA Aluminum Billet Bar End Heavy weight(Revolver)
Bodywork / Fairing PYRAMID PLASTICS Enduro Fender
ai-net Universal Medium Type Screen Visor
KIJIMA Rear Carrier
Lights HURRICANE Clear Bulb
Ignition TANAKA TRADING Early Type Blinker For Dax
Sprocket DID VX Series Chain 520VX2 Silver [with Riveting (ZJ) Joint]
Engine NGK Iridium Plug DR8EIX 4816



A foreigner who rides in Japan, Japanese call this "Gaijin Rider". Third year in the Webike global team. He feels and shares the real bike life in Japan then presents you how interesting Japanese customs are.