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New Guy Intro.....

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Hey guys I've been a casual lurker on occasion around here and decided to join the forum finally. I'm in San Angelo,Tx. but originally from the S.F.Bay Area where I started riding bikes about 17yrs. ago on a 1972 CB450 cafe racer. I've had several bikes since and my current roster is a 74' CB750 Dunstall-Honda cafe racer, a 72 CB100 cafe racer built for my wife, and a 70' BSA B25 Starfire cafe racer / race bike. My daily rider is the CB750 with these specs:

1974 Dunstall-Honda CB750/F

Dunstall 5gallon race tank
Dunstall 35mm Clip-on bars
Aluminum race foot pegs
Magura dual front disc brakes
Daytona fork brace
Stainless steel mini tach / speedo
Custom race seat / upholstery by Robert Wells
Uni air filter pods
DYNA electronic ignition
Finned engine covers kit
Finned oil cooler plug
K&N oil filter
NGK plugs
GL1000 rear shocks w/ dual rate springs
MAC style 4:1 headers w/ UN=baffled aluminum race can
Comstar wheelset
Custom paint job in BMW pewter grey&black by Robert
Vincent style tank emblems by Steve Carpy

Future add ons in progress:

Vipex rear shocks w/ remote reservoir
Drilled out front brake rotors w/ steel braided lines
Braided steel oil supply lines
Polished aluminum Velocity stacks
Mikuni Carbs

I wish I could post some pics for ya right now but I'm at work right now and I can't access my account because it's blocked. Best I can do for now is give ya this address for my clubs website which has a gallery with some of my bikes pics in it

I ride with the VRMC (club founder), 59 Club Texas - DFW, and Tun Up Club Texas.

Wouldn't mind meeting up with any Texas people out there, hell some of ya might even already know me from some of the vintage bike, Brit bike rallys.

Peace & Grease

Rob - WestTeaxsRocker
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Welcome Rob!
Cool bikes.

Welcome Rob!
Cool bikes.

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