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    Smoothing out the Tank & rear Cowl.

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    Removing old brackets and tabs.

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    Parts all sandblasted

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    Parts all glossed black

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    Years ago I got heavily involved in all of the jetting problems with the EPA carbs of the CB750.
    I am a very experienced ex Honda shop mechanic.
    The #42 idle jet was the only thing that would work. I got the engine to run with velocity stacks very very well.
    I had posted a video of this running etc., but now I cannot find the video on Youtube.
    YAHOO .com invaded my computer so that when ever I turned my computer on YAHOO immediately popped up.
    I could not get rid of them and there were many internet entry asking how to get rid of YAHOO.
    Finally I joys cleaned out my hard drive and started over. That is when I lost my You tube video of the CB 750
    running with velocity stacks.
    Later after all of the problems with the EPA carbs. (All the ones after 1970) I just bought a set of 1969 carbs
    and all of my problems were over. I just used the 1969 stock carbs and stock air filter WITH built in Velocity stacks.
    It ran like a dream and responded to adjustment like a champ. No EPA carb worked as well.
    I never looked back.

    Now years later when I look on the internet and SOHC forum all of the new people to this game are just limiting the air flow
    to the carbs with different things like big washers with holes in them. They are just limiting the air instead of increasing the gas flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Years ago I got heavily involved in all of the jetting problems with the EPA carbs of the CB750.
    I am a very experienced ex Honda shop mechanic.
    The #42 idle jet was the only thing that would work. I got the engine to run with velocity stacks very very well.
    I had posted a video of this running etc., but now I cannot find the video on Youtube.
    YAHOO .com invaded my computer so that when ever I turned my computer on YAHOO immediately popped up.
    I could not get rid of them and there were many internet entry asking how to get rid of YAHOO.
    Finally I joys cleaned out my hard drive and started over. That is when I lost my You tube video of the CB 750
    running with velocity stacks.
    Later after all of the problems with the EPA carbs. (All the ones after 1970) I just bought a set of 1969 carbs
    and all of my problems were over. I just used the 1969 stock carbs and stock air filter WITH built in Velocity stacks.
    It ran like a dream and responded to adjustment like a champ. No EPA carb worked as well.
    I never looked back.

    Now years later when I look on the internet and SOHC forum all of the new people to this game are just limiting the air flow
    to the carbs with different things like big washers with holes in them. They are just limiting the air instead of increasing the gas flow.

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    Thanks for the info.

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    Welded upper front fork covers where the turn signal holes used to be.

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    Priming Tins & misc Parts.

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    Laying out scallops and numbers

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    Stripes removed, sprayed black base and cleared.

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    Outstanding paint job! WOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Outstanding paint job! WOW
    What he said! Nice job, man!

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    Thanks Guys!

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    Got the wheels laced (first time doing that), switched the original 17Ē rear to a 16Ē Harley rim for a much better choice of tires. Trued rims and mounted tires.


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    Assembly


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    Didnít like the rear sprocket like it came and wasnít sold on just painting it Black so I tried to give it an engine turned look then I cleared it so it would not rust.


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    More assembly.


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    Oil Gauge, Points Cover & Carbs.


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    That sprocket has got to be the only one in the world like that! Wow Very creative.

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    Some final details to finish (like front brake) but pretty close.


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    Well done. Very nice.
    I would run a front fender and maybe some fork gaiters along with that front brake.
    What's in the background that caught my eye?

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    Thanks Cat! I’m not a fan of fenders, still working on finishing front brake system. I do like how clean the front looks without it though.
    1955 Lincoln in the background.
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    looking really good! bike and the lincoln!

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