82 Honda CB750 cafe racer hybrid street fighter CB 750 NO RESERVE LOOK

1982 Honda CB

Price: US $4,250.00
Item location: Davenport, Iowa, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CB
SubModel: CB750C
Year: 1982
Mileage: 15,000
VIN: jh2rc0112cm200369
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Custom built cafe racer that started life as an 82 CB750C with 15K miles. The wheels and forks are from a 92 GSXR 750 as are the brakes and foot controls. The tank is from a 77 CB750 Super Sport and the seat/tail is made from a Sportster tank. The bike runs awesome and drives smooth and straight. No vibrations or wobbles up to about 120 mph. I say that speed because that is as fast as I have gone. It could do more. I love this bike and have ridden it daily the past two years with no issues what so ever. I am selling it because I have a bad back and neck and it hurts me when I ride it more than a few minutes any more. I hate to sell it but its just time. I just put on a brand new set of Dunlop SportMax tires that have maybe 50 miles on them. I work on bikes professionally and have done all the work on this bike myself except for the valve job. For a 750 this bike is pretty fast and will easily keep up with 1000cc and bigger bikes of its era. It more importantly stops very well with the more modern brakes and suspension parts. Going fast is no fun if you can not control it.Specs:-wheels and forks are from a 92 GSX-R 750 (fork seals and wheel bearings replaced)-brakes are Arashi wave cut slotted rotors with EBC ceramic pads (also from 92 GSX-R)-tires are Dunlop Sport Max Road Smart 120 front and 180 rear-fuel tank is a modified 77 CB750 Super Sport tank that took hours and hours of work to make it what it is-seat/tail fabricated from a Sportster tank with a running light from a 1940's truck to make tail light.-motor is all stock on bottom end but head has been ported and polished with CB900 cams KPMI high lift valve springs valve job with stock valves-carbs are Keihin CR31 Specials with DP filters and have been tuned very nicely. (Tuning these carbs is not easy or cheap)-Ignition system is a complete Dyna 2000 with shift minder and shift light-charging system was completely replaced with parts from Rick's Motorsports paired to a Ballistic lightweight lithium battery-exhaust is a 4>2>1 race system with muffler from CycleX-custom built wiring harness using all weatherpack connectors. (very bare bones)-front sprocket is a custom made 17T with 8mm offset for tire clearance (dropping the front sprocket by one tooth really makes this thing quick out of the hole)-rear sprocket is a 34T Vortex-Vortex clip on barsI know I am forgetting something and I will add more info as I think of it. I have thousands invested in this bike and know I will not come close to what I have in it selling it. This has been a great bike and I will surely miss it but it is time for it to go. It really turns heads and has been a conversation piece but most of all has been really fun to build and ride. If it weren't for my spinal injuries I would keep it and ride it. I just hope it goes to a good home and gets ridden.

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