If it is a cb750 and you don't need the drum for a racing class, why not get a 75-76 F rear wheel and convert to disc rear? That way you can run a master cylinder and sport bike rearsets. The yamaha r6 rearsets have master cylinder mounts on the rear set themselves, as do triumph and a few others.quote:
Thanks for the info on the brake dia. I wasn't aware that they were so similar.
My whole reason for wanting to go to cable is because then I can use modern sportbike rearsets with much easier since they're setup for pushing a mc.
The most common rear wheel swap I see on cb750s are cbr f2 (sometimes f1) wheels and fzr600 (88-90) wheels. Mostly because both these wheels are narrow enough to take a 150 sized rear tire and also because the cbr shares an axle diameter with the cb750.quote:
To me nothing looks more trick that state of the art modern running gear on a vintage bike. Anything can be done with enough effort....one of those trick, super light rear disks off a late model sport bike would look really cool.