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Post  jaguar on Tue 14 Jun - 6:08



Well here she was early in the build
Bought it from a friend.
It was all there 100% stock and clean ish.
I could have had it on the road in a weekend, but I thought I knew better and took it apart to "build" it.
Its been a long build and taken way more money then I had ever thought but its been alot of fun


CR seat and tank
I scored a set of 19/18 Lester wheels for this bike....REALLY cheap.....
The frame is more of a maroon color. Thought that it would be alittle different.
New fork tubes and seals on the front end.
progressive rear
needle bearings in the swing arm


Daytona adjustable dampener


Tarrazi fork brace and dunstall fender


32mm OEM honda brake upgrade with braided lines

I have more pics and info that ill post up
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Post  joolzned on Tue 14 Jun - 11:14

Nice colour combination and a great looking bike. Good work

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Re: CB750F build

Post  Andy. on Tue 14 Jun - 19:21

looks really cool
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Tue 14 Jun - 21:30

Thanks guys.
I wanted to do a darker red for something just alittle different
The tank needs to be painted so i was also thinking a very dark grey or something
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Tue 26 Jul - 3:08








well after the move she is back together again!
more speed bumps but im chugging along well now.
cleared out some other toys to raise money and space
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Re: CB750F build

Post  caffbeemer on Tue 26 Jul - 11:20

Hi Jaguar,

a true 70īs caff, well done indeed. Look forward to seeing pictures of the road ready motorbike.

brgds

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Re: CB750F build

Post  Toecutter on Tue 26 Jul - 12:10

Looking sharp Jaguar , i like the colors and the tank is a winner. But what is Bruce Willis doing in your garage ??

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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Wed 27 Jul - 19:07

Thanks very much


Not sure about Bruce but I was watching office space for a while
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Wed 3 Aug - 0:20


next on the list....

make this into something fun
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Mon 19 Sep - 6:38

Still slowly collecting parts.






VFR750 pistons
From what I understand these will work with my 900F crank and 1100 rods.

So now on the hunt for 1100 rods....
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Post  Toecutter on Sun 25 Sep - 19:29

Never heard of using vfr pistons for the cb bike, im learning as a go. How does it make it better, better flow of gasses etc ???

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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Mon 26 Sep - 16:34

A racer in Europe was talking about it.
The pistons need to be modded and the block sleeved. its not a bolt on and go thing
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Fri 30 Sep - 5:25



The friend that i bought the bike from dug up some old pictures of it from before I owned it.
She really was close to the road and I was dumb to strip it down.....I have learned SSSSOOOOooooo much since then.
Hopefully one day this bike is done.
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Thu 20 Oct - 21:46

Im thinking about throwing a stockish motor in it just to the bike to the point of wiring and running
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Re: CB750F build

Post  Durgam_k on Thu 3 Nov - 20:41

check out cb1100f.net for con rods. Its a great forum on the DOHC honda 4's.

Nice directionon the build by the way. Very Happy

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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Fri 27 Jan - 6:56

Well in an attempt to get my butt in gear my plan is now to put the stock motor in the bike to get it going and on the road.
after that V2 will be the full race yoshi motor that i have for a different bike and then V3 with monster.....but at this rate motorcycles might not even have wheels when i get there....lol

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http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n80/jaguarsurfer/d3034d9a.jpg
Got some cool carbs for this project.
I will be soda blasting and rebuilding them soon.
One of the chokes is broken but alittle JB should sort that....unless someone has a spare

Hope to have the motor painted and installed by next weekend


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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Mon 30 Jan - 22:48






Rebuilding the dirty carbs


numbers on the manifold.
not really sure what manifold it is.
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Wed 1 Feb - 21:54



All blasted and washed.
Anyone have an extra chock knob? Or know of a good place to get rebuild gaskets?
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Fri 17 Feb - 7:19


Mostly because I cant help myself. Im waiting on gaskets for the mikunis but thought that it would be fun to try some dellortos as well.
Thought that it would be cool to have a mikuni set on one bike and the dellortos on the other. I really would like to have the manifolds remade...



Best laid plans......well I thought that the weber-dellortos-mikunis were all the same mounts....guess I was wrong
Will ill still clean these up and see what I can do with them



Scored a ARD mag set up cheap
It needs some work but the important bits are there. Also have a pair of working tractor mags on they way to mix and match the needed parts
The ARD mag is a fairbanks unit that was milled to fit the CB750 mount.
Goal is to have a working mag thats not a grand....wish me luck

School and my CBX have been taking up most of my time but would like to get a motor in this thing asap and get this project in gear

On a side note.....anyone have any options of installing a side kick stand on a frame with no brackets and has already been powder coated?
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Thu 8 Mar - 23:57




All rebuilt and cleaned.
They are not going to be run on this build, they are going on a set or weber manifolds (that actually work with these carbs) and used on a cool period cafe bike.
Cleared out alot of other stuff from my plate to try and focus on this bike.
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Re: CB750F build

Post  Toecutter on Sat 10 Mar - 11:08

nice work man, wich blasting material did you use for the carbs ?

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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Sat 10 Mar - 17:51

baking soda
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Tue 17 Apr - 22:20





Cycle City Classics HD unbreakable primary chains
M3 Racing HD primary bushings
Santee pipes

Not sure about the pipes. kinda dont like the mufflers but it clears my center stand so.....
If
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Re: CB750F build

Post  jaguar on Sat 21 Apr - 5:20

Still collecting parts...


Saw this and thought that it was cool.
Maybe I was on to something with the small Honda slave.




Not sure if this is a fishhead kit or just a copy
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Re: CB750F build

Post  Toecutter on Sun 22 Apr - 19:35

Very nice man, im impatiently waiting for the end result Very Happy

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