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This is a discussion on 1972 CB350 Big Wheel Ebay BIN $7000 within the Craigslist/Ebay forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Just making the rounds on Ebay and saw this CB350. The Rokon pic is for clarity. The listing said the displacement was upped to 450cc. ...

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    1972 CB350 Big Wheel Ebay BIN $7000

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    Just making the rounds on Ebay and saw this CB350. The Rokon pic is for clarity. The listing said the displacement was upped to 450cc. With all that rotating mass I wonder if I have a shot in a drag race with my HT-1? I don't know why I have this urge to go up to it and hug it though. I have been seeing a lot more of these types lately....... The kabobrat type. To each their own.

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    Ours is not to reason "why?"...
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    I'm more interested in "bored to 450cc"... that's 75mm kids. not sure why he doesn't say, resleeved and bored to 450 unless he's full of shit

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    w. t. h.

    is wrong with people?
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    just emailed him how he got to 450, if he's for real, I can forgive the clown shoes, an 11mm overbore kicks ass

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    Even if you could bore that piece of shit.... why would you bolt on those stupid fucking carbs and shitbox exhaust system, electric starter........
    Funnier than that is that people are bidding on it... worse than that is that this is a thread and I just wasted 5 minutes reading and replying to this.

    Go Away!!!! That thing should be burned.
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    The only "450" conversion I have found so far is the old Powroll 435cc kit with new liners and huge pistons. The liners are more or less right up against a couple of the studs.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=powr...utf-8&oe=utf-8

    I'd speculate that if that particular motor contains that kit, it was not fitted by the "builder" that assembled the monstrosity it is today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teazer View Post
    The only "450" conversion I have found so far is the old Powroll 435cc kit with new liners and huge pistons. The liners are more or less right up against a couple of the studs.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=powr...utf-8&oe=utf-8

    I'd speculate that if that particular motor contains that kit, it was not fitted by the "builder" that assembled the monstrosity it is today.
    An entirely reasoned assumption...
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    So someone is copying this?
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    I hope big tires on street bikes don't gain the momentum hellaflush did on cars

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