This is a discussion on 1976 Honda CB750F Cafe Superbike within the Project Builds forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Originally Posted by CaTacL1sm but is it really? once you get past the cost of entry and the cost of setting them up, They're an ...
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I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.
I have a CB750 stroker motor (1000+ cc) that needs a home.
PM me if anyone’s interested. Has CDI ignition, Carrillo Rods, forged pistons and a bad ass cam. Was modeled after the Honda factory GP bikes of the time. Has only 20-25 hrs max on it
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Now that it's cleaned up I'm taking a different look at it. Getting it running is a matter of a new battery and carb cleaning...that should be it.
What's going to be a bit more is figuring turn signals, their wiring and new switches. Bar backs will be a must. A new new GPS speedo will be done. I have a steering stabilizer somewhere and I think an oil cooler...a used one. I may have a line on a set of Lesters for it but for now......every hipster needs the wall shot.
I had this wild hair one day when one of these old school trip computers came up for sale to adapt one for this CB. It powers up and everything but the more I think of it the more I realize it was a pipe dream. It may come off
The center stand was never really installed but over the years I like how it stands the bike up...especially in a tight garage. Since things were modified the c-stand doesn't rest on its stock stop but now the chain.....so I will need fab a rest mount for it and a quick squirt of black for the cosmetics
I wish I never drilled the rear brake. I have a replacement that needs a rebuild and a months soaking in kroil to free up everything so I at least a solution for it. It's never given me any issues but there's always tomorrow and a future emergency stop.
So now I await a battery and a new can of Berrymans. I'll start on the center stand issue in the mean time.