What on earth made you buy that thing?
Was it $450 and you needed parts for something else?
At this point someone normally asks the newbie if they did even an ounce of research or reading here.
If so it should have been clear why this place is not going to value the bike in the picture at all.
It's a chopper. and not even a half way nice one, do you want us to lie to you?
It's a thing of beauty.
The guy that chopped it obviously spared no expense and fitted it with the finest components available.
We all totally believe this motorcycle deserves to be featured in a magazine because it is so special.
I understand it’s a bit of a turd. It came as a package deal with some other bikes I bought. I didn’t post it looking for praise or critiques. I’ve had a couple people I don’t know tell me they’ve seen it before. I was simply asking if anyone knew anything about it. As far as this forum goes, I’m not a cafe racer or chopper guy, I didn’t read anything before posting. I thought this was a cafe racer forum. I expected a little more maturity and less unprovoked shit talking. Guess I expected too much.
The problem is you do not know what a cafe racer is. Where is the racer in that bike.
The mature aged regulars on this forum are into racing motorcycles. Gear heads and motorcycle racers. If that was not the case I would have never signed up. If that interests you, you should really stick around.
I don’t really have any interest in cafe racers. Just thought it would be neat to know the bikes history. It is not built as poorly as it looks, the suspension parts are well fabricated and solidly welded. It looks like they were trying to copy a vincents cantilever suspension and did an ok job of it. It is tuned properly and is the fastest cb750 I have ridden. Again it has seen better days and I don’t expect anyone to care about it, or think it is cool. I was just curious about it’s history. Suppose I picked the wrong forum.
You can claim all you want that it is build well, but it is not. Even if the welds are not buggers, it still was not designed correctly, and the right parts were not used.
As for the BS claims of it being the fastest CB750, you either have never ridden a good one, or your butt dyno is out of calibration.
Bet it feels fast, as most people convert the sketchiness to hp.....
I hope you are not baiting the forum with hopes of selling it here as a flip.