1973 Honda CB 750 Cafe Racer Hot Rod Custom

1973 Honda CB

Price: US $10,000.00
Item location: Bozeman, Montana, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CB
SubModel: K
Type: Sport Bike
Year: 1973
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: CB750-000000
Color: White
Engine size: 836
Vehicle Title: Clear
Description

This is an over-done Cafe Racer Honda. Every part of it has been modified to be lighter faster or handle better. It's not the usual Honda withthe seat removed and a humped tail installed. It makes me tired just thinking of all the things that have been done to it...Here's a start:The front end: A CBR 1000 front fork triple clamp and brake assy ( with new EBC rotors )attached to the original CB 750 hub to fit the 2.5"x17" front spoked rim. 120/70ZR 17 Continantal tire. Aftermarket clip-ons and tapered headset bearings.Stock headlight via custom bracket toaccommodate the T-Clamps.Aftermarket grips with Bar end turnsignals run with a digital relayChopped gas tank with flush mount gas capCafe TailModification to frame to hold the oil ( the engine is a dry sump ) under the seat ( triangle area with the big hoses coming out of it )Custom ExhaustCustom Swingarm that holds the 5.5"x17 rear spoked rim with a 180/55ZR 17great Conti tire.Custom sprocket ( 520 ) gold ChainCustom PegsLighter batteryCBR clutch lever for easier pillEngine: a monster: 836 Honda SOHC with a lightened and balanced crank shot peened rods ported head Cam ( somewhat mild for drivability ) bigger valves all breathing through 31 mm CR Keihin Carbs and exiting through a Barnett clutch. It makes around 90 RWHP on my dyno ( A stock 750 makes 48-50 RWHP by comparison on mydyno ) Of course the obvious things like cam chain primary chains guides seals gaskets etc werereplaced as well for those of you Honda engine guys. Anyway its fast and light and needs to turn into a house payment.

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