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    Default Later Model CB750's, Any Cool Ones? DOHC. Pics?

    I recently acquired an 82' CB750F. DOHC. It was given to me because "it's doesn't run and has just been sitting." A battery charge and some starter fluid said otherwise, and I had it breathing life in an hour. Haven't cleaned the carbs yet, so it won't idle, but that's in order soon, along with some new plugs, etc etc etc. I built a 75' 750 last year, but it was a lot more "make cool friendly." Anyone have a 80's 750 that they've made into something fun? Don't really want to chop, the motors on these are just too big/wide for my taste. Any ideas?

    It's identical to this one I found on a quick search:


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    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=18828 Probably not exactly what you are looking for but aside from searching CB750 82 then 83 etc... but it's better than nothing, cool is a subjective opinion. Someone might think, I'd add my bike...but then again I'd have to be thought of as thinking it's fucking cool too? When the poster might not think so. Gotta watch out for loaded titles sometimes...lotsa humble guys not into tooting their own horns if so equipt

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    Thanks for the link and the words of wisdom, Jet!

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    Too wide? Lots of sohc and dohc cb750s out there and IMO are all cool.

    Try one thats 6 cylinders then I might agree as too wide. I built that one two years ago. And in the second pic is the trike getting all six cylinders with a rigid chop I have almost complete as well.



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    I'm getting there.

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    If it's too wide how about long?


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    The 4 cyl looked too wide for my build too, so I kept the stock tank and went with a 200mm rear tire and it helped a lot. These can be made to look cool, just takes a little more work and/or creativity IMO

    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20449

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    77cb750

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    Here's one I have almost done.

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    Check out http://www.steelbentcustoms.com/









    and if you're not into going fast...


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    Just found this site last night by chance while googling for info on a 77 CB 550 Four i picked up for a case of beer. No pics yet But heres a couple of my 79 CB 750 It also was basically a free bike and was supposed to be just a basic get er runnin and ride thing but i got a little carried away lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetblack View Post
    If it's too wide how about long?

    Where the fart do I find more of this bike?

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    cam swap from a cb1000-1100 is something i wanna do to my 900 but any of those 3 larger displacement cams will drop into your 750 give you a decent bump up in hp and torque. something to think about

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    Build a "superbike"

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    Here is mine and personally, I dont think the motor is "too" wide what so ever. This is a 1979 CB750 in an Amon frame. It will be getting a makeover here real soon. Going with an 18" rear wheel (15" on it now), a lot less fender, new tank, and some color on it and some other tiny stuff.





    Here is a picture of another CB750 that someone local to me owns. Im not sure who it is but I seen it at the grocery store/strip mall parking lot about 7 miles from me a lot this past summer.



    I personally love the CB750 when it comes to choppers. Both the SOHC and the DOHC. Some reason I have a love for the DOHC myself. Maybe cause not as many of them are really built like the SOHC.

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    1980 DOHC




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    ^^^ That thing is bad ass!! Love that tank. Is that stock frame with hardtail kit on it or custom frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hippie459MN View Post
    ^^^ That thing is bad ass!! Love that tank. Is that stock frame with hardtail kit on it or custom frame?
    Talking about the last bike posted? If so, the neck, 8" of backbone and front motor mounts are stock. Neck bored to run 1" front end. Hardtail was from Cycle One but we modified it a bit. The whole build is documented on here. http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=34338

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