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Monday, October 8, 2012

HONDA CAFE RACER | HONDA CB 750 CAFE RACER

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The full Honda CB750 Café Racer buildup can be found over on the Anatomy of a Café Racer, where talented young guy called Pete (from Kansas) recorder every step of the build process. It took him over 2 years!, but it was worth the wait. Found on Craigs list untder the title “rebuilt 1981 CB750″ for sale, Pete bought the complete bike in boxes. Interesting thing is that all of this was stored in antique shop in Kansas!With a bunch of custom parts and lots of creativity, Pete created something that can be described as the “pure essence of Café Racer’s”. Engine is, as always, modified with parts like camshafts from a CB900, oil cooling system from a CB900F and two 34mm Mikuni carbs. Wheels are stock, and the tires come from Supermoto bike. Front forks are again borowed from a larger CB900, and the gas tank and seat are from Benjie’s Café Racer.

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