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    Default Lets see some cb's......

    I mostly build harleys, and Triumph's so Hondas arent really my thing yet.... I just picked up this bonneville record holder(in 1978) from a guy here in town and it came with a truck bed full of extra parts. So i figure since i have enough parts to build a new motor i should do it and build a bike around it. I would like to see some modified hondas so i can get my creative juices flowing. Thanks in advance.



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    My CB 200T fun little short range fighter.. Though I'm going to put stock exhaust back on. pipes were just trial and I loose all top end.

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    My 78 Cb550, currently having some head gasket issues.
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    the makins of a Cb twin chop...






    my CB350 cafeish



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    Quote Originally Posted by crownmotorz View Post
    I just picked up this bonneville record holder(in 1978) from a guy here in town and it came with a truck bed full of extra parts
    Lucky bastard, that thing looks ALL business.

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    one of my favorites. i believe this one is still being built by the wrenchmonkees.

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    Here is a couple pics of my 73 cb750k




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    Yamahad, I like where you're heading with yours! Is it done yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontStCycle View Post
    the makins of a Cb twin chop...

    That thing has a great stance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad750 View Post
    Yamahad, I like where you're heading with yours! Is it done yet?
    it runs!! I am having trouble getting the dohc reg rect to charge though...

    You should hear it with those carbs, fresh motor, and those 2 into 1s.... I can't wait to spank the pants of every harley I see... including mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamahad View Post
    it runs!! I am having trouble getting the dohc reg rect to charge though...

    You should hear it with those carbs, fresh motor, and those 2 into 1s.... I can't wait to spank the pants of every harley I see... including mine.
    One of my boys is running the CycleX carb set up and his RIPS!!

    I've recently heard that the rec/reg from the DOHC's aren't the best to run. People have gone with after market combos with no problems at all. They ain't cheap though, 80-90 bucks for a new one.

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    Damn all of those, just want me to walk back to michigan and get my 68' CL175 and start bobbing.

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    Here's where I started and where I'm heading
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    one more that wouldn't upload with the other two


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    Lets see if this works
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    You should check this guy's page out. Have seen some pictures of his restoration jobs on bikes and he has a how to build your own reg rectifier for DOHC's that uses GM parts.
    First link is home page.
    http://polymer52.webs.com/motorcyclediysinfo.htm

    Second is PDF instructions for building reg/rectifier. Pretty straight forward and cheap too
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/11..._Rectifier.pdf

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    technically not a 'cb' but basically the same.... my old 72 SL350





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    IMO, the CB750 is one of the meanest looking motors out there. I always wanted to do a 750 chop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontStCycle View Post
    the makins of a Cb twin chop...

    All great bikes but i'm waiting to see how this one turns out.

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