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    @outofstep: If you don't want to chop it, check out the bike Classified Moto made for The Walking Dead. It's the bike Daryl has now. If you don't watch the show, google it. There are articles all over on the build. I believe they used a 90s Nighthawk. May not be everyone's thing, but it's hard to argue that it doesn't look fun. I don't recall them doing anything radical with the frame.

    For some reason I really like the wide engines of CBs, GSs, KZs in choppers. The wider the engine, the better. If anyone has one they're not doing anything with or they're bored with, hit me up on PM.

    @Scumbag: That's one rad DOHC. I don't know how I was sleeping on your bike. Will have to check out the build thread.

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    Latest picture of my CB750 DOHC. Took this last week up at the lake.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hippie459MN View Post
    Latest picture of my CB750 DOHC. Took this last week up at the lake.

    That is a cycle X frame isnt it? Looks tits!

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    this is my type of thread!!!

    hopefully i can get these to work

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    im hopefully getting a new tank here, soon...

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    this is probably my favorite angle..
    waiting on a seller to get some 6" risers
    still plenty left to be done

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    this was my baby for a few years. for the type of bike i went for, the size of the dohc engine really worked well. i'll swear by sohcs till i die tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Negativo View Post
    That is a cycle X frame isnt it? Looks tits!
    Thank you. Its an AMEN hardtail frame.

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    Kinda shitty photos but this is the project... Tryin to do me up an electrical box right now, once done I'll put up some more

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    These bikes, motor wise, aren't much different then the Suzuki GS twin cams. Those of you running forward controls, are you finding issue with dragging while turning? Or is it one of those deals where you get accustomed to it?

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    Dohc????

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    Not pretty but a pretty killer start. Scored it on the CHEEEEEAP with a legit matching 1970 CB750 title someone worked some magic back in like '92. I have serious plans for this one. Probably ditvching the DOHC... but hey that's what sits in it in these pics so I figured I'd share.

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    Not a chop but Daryl's bike was a fun build!..
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    Picked up another 77 to put a CBR600 front end on with a CB500X mono shock rear but that jewelry is now going onto an early 90s night hawk frame.. Decided bike was too
    clean to hack up so leaving it stock..
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    Good for you 63ssragtop. Nothing is sacred but i do like to see one survive every once in a while. Clean examples are getting harder to come by.

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