Deus elegantly modifies a Yamaha SR400 for their Flaneur Build

Skip the superbike, this is what a gentleman rides.
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As much as we love a ridiculously fast superbike, it's hard to ignore the beauty and restraint in Deus Australia's Flaneur. Based on a 2014 Yamaha SR400, the shop's head builder Jeremy Tagand gave the bike a power commander and a reverse cone muffler to further enhance its performance and give it an aesthetic overhaul that is pure perfection. 

The brushed silver tank is perfectly complemented with a tan leather seat and the rest of the bike is fitted with a number of upgrades that include custom guards, Ikon shocks in the rear to increase rider comfort, updated blinkers, and tracker-style handlebars. 

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