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    Hey guys I have been scouring the internet but have come up empty handed. I even tried a search on here but found nothing. I am looking for some good clasic Honda performance parts websites and some good cafe parts websites. Just start spitting out any that you think are valuable. Thanks in advance for the help.

    -Kyle
    1979 Yamaha XS650 Special
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    ebay stores todd henning racing has hard core engine parts,there a guy in south africa cnc all kinds of parts.seach engine "cb450 cafe racer"

    Im so far behind ,that I think Im in first.

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    what model honda? There are places specific to SOHC and DOHC cb750, 550, 450, etc....


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    I actually dont have a bike yet. I am just in the process of looking for a bike and was just trying to see what was available for each different models. Thanks suggestions LiLBull and Geeto I am sure you are a stock pile of great sites haha.

    -Kyle

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    http://www.m3racing.com
    http://members.tripod.com/dyn2sr5/toadtownracing.html
    http://www.discovolantemoto.co.uk/index.jsp

    ...and for some truly wicked seats, tanks, etc:
    http://www.unityequipe.com

    I personally get most of what I need on ebay. For the rest it's good to either be a machinist or know one. As for what bike to get - I say get the one you want. You don't need a kit to go for larger bore - Wiseco has just about any dimension of piston you could possibly want, or something close enough that a bit of machine work will get it the rest of the way there. If you want a performance head, buy yourself a book on porting, a grinder and a junk engine or two for practice and make one. Mikuni makes a carburetor for anything you can think of.

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