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Post  Zonda on Sat 21 Nov - 8:58











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Post  TinTin on Sat 21 Nov - 10:18

Nice is probably not the right word.... AWSOME BIKE!
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Post  Zonda on Sat 21 Nov - 13:20

Hey thanks, it's been 9 months in the making and although may look like it's missing parts they are either stored or getting painted etc, the main part left to do is the seat, which I'm making a steel 2 part mould for so as to have a inner and outer section. This will give me the ability to mount the seat to the original position and have a sealed hollow in the seat hump for tool etc.

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Post  andreas on Sat 21 Nov - 17:42

Hi Zonda - wow !!! This is a crazy typ !! Super idea with the rim painting - so i wait for the finish bike.
Great work - and be sure - i look on the smallest details! Top screwer work - and all in a "down under" working postition , respect!!
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Post  kornfed on Sat 21 Nov - 19:31

What a beauty!! I┤m speechless....
Great work you┤re doing Down Under.
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Post  peke on Sat 21 Nov - 20:43

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Post  Wallace on Sat 21 Nov - 23:28

At first I wasn't sure about the orange rims, but after looking for a while I like 'erm Very Happy
Is there any more orange at the back end?
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Post  Zonda on Sun 22 Nov - 11:27

andreas wrote:Hi Zonda - wow !!! This is a crazy typ !! Super idea with the rim painting - so i wait for the finish bike.
Great work - and be sure - i look on the smallest details! Top screwer work - and all in a "down under" working postition , respect!!
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Hey thanks Mate Very Happy I try to do my best and am glad you like it. I'll post some more photos later.

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Post  Zonda on Sun 22 Nov - 11:30

Wallace wrote:At first I wasn't sure about the orange rims, but after looking for a while I like 'erm Very Happy
Is there any more orange at the back end?

Yep just a hint of orange on the seat. I picked orange as the indicators were orange, simple really and then the flyscreen came up on EvilBay so that was that, the them black, orange and chrome (polish).

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Post  Zonda on Sun 22 Nov - 11:49

O2 senses to go here for tuning and catch tank in the back ground



Cut around the muffler to clear the Koni's



Coils



Rear wiring



Battery being made



Battery finished



Installed



Had these made up from SS and i could not get any from Honda.


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Post  Wallace on Sun 22 Nov - 16:19

Zonda wrote:
Wallace wrote:At first I wasn't sure about the orange rims, but after looking for a while I like 'erm Very Happy
Is there any more orange at the back end?

Yep just a hint of orange on the seat. I picked orange as the indicators were orange, simple really and then the flyscreen came up on EvilBay so that was that, the them black, orange and chrome (polish).

Rod

That's good. I like the battery box too. I'm looking forward to seeing the end result.
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Re: CB450 from down under

Post  .: M :. on Sun 22 Nov - 17:23

Keep up the good work.

It's coming along nicely

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Post  gixxer on Mon 23 Nov - 19:26


when it's finished its worthy!

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Post  alazzurra 550 alu style on Mon 23 Nov - 21:30

nice work mate,

i really love your solution for the battery, nice and compact.

great work cheers Twisted Evil
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Post  Crazy Cavan on Mon 23 Nov - 23:30

to modern stuff for my taste but it's nice.
i like the extra cooling ribs

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Post  Gss on Mon 23 Nov - 23:35

looks like they now what there doing ''down under'' Wink
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Re: CB450 from down under

Post  Zonda on Mon 1 Feb - 15:49

Exhaust is finished and now off to the platers for some chrome.




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Re: CB450 from down under

Post  speedfreak on Wed 3 Feb - 21:12

G,day mate,

Thats a great looking motorbike you are buildig there, looking forward at the final result.

Grtz Frank,
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Post  jfg75 on Tue 9 Feb - 4:46

Nice Build!!! cheers
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Post  rearset on Wed 24 Mar - 15:29

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