The XJ750 was created by Dream Wheels heritage, founded by Helder Moura and based in Portugal. Richie Motorcycle Designs quickly created a render for the XJ750. The donor bike was Yamaha’s four-cylinder, plain Jane from 1983. This choice of donor bike is little different to a lot of projects, but the plain jane is a great cheaper alternative to some of the more traditional options.A 3/4 of a litre tank , 80-odd ponies and transmission were all used on the XJ750. The project was going for a nimble scrambler appeal so the fuel tank was slimmed down to keep the theme going. The Stock frame was replaced with a smaller version, custom for the bike again to reinforce the scrambler theme of the bike. The cross stitched seat was also made by Dream Wheels Heritage, a nice added touch. The new rear of the bike is propped up with new Hagon shocks.Metzeler Karoo 3 wheels (110/18 front 140/18 back) , A custom LED tail light and hand-made fenders have all been put onto the bike for the nimble scrambler appeal that Dream wheels heritage was creating . A UMM 4×4 headlight is fitted to also enforce and off-road theme which suits the bike far better than I would have expected. The handle bars have been fitted with Biltwell Thrusters to compliment the hand crafted seat.The engine and shaft drive were both in a severe shape, after a quick patch they were back up to full steam. The XJ750 needed a new coat of paint with the stator cover getting the special treatment, receiving a mirror polished finish and engraving. The bike was finished of with Megaton reverse cone pipes.The XJ750 has great look to it and the client must certainly be happy about the build. I think the phrase built, not bought is perfect for Dream wheels heritage and I look forwards to seeing future projects.