The parts are made from fiberglass and come ready for painting. The tail section sells for $400 (add another $100 for the seat shown above), while the front fender goes for $300. A rear fender-eliminator kit is also available for $80. Pricey stuff, but given that riders are scrambling to buy the $5,990 SR400—Yamaha says retail sales are 36-percent higher than expected, and it’s ramped up production in response. It’s clear what the little SR lacks in horsepower, it makes up for with inspirational power.