1973 Honda CB750
This is another nod to the hot rod muscle cars of the 1970's. Leo commissioned this restoration on his classic CB that he had been storing in a barn for decades.
Powder Coat by Allegiant Powder Coating: Frame, swing arm, triple clamps, fenders, rims and hubs are Cardinal gloss black. Fork lowers, engine covers, carb bowls, rear brake plate are bead blasted and powder coated with Cardinal clear.
Upholstery by Interior Revolution: Custom seat pan by Rawhide Cycles. Leather cover with a custom stitch pattern.
Engine: Complete rebuild. Replaced bottom-end cases. Torn down to every nut and bolt. Rebuilt transmission. Cylinders honed. Valves and seats machined. Cylinder head planed. OEM Honda piston rings, cam chain, can chain adjuster, guide and oil seals. Vesrah gasket kit.
Electrical: Dyna coils, Charlie's Place electronic ignition, Rick's regulator/rectifier. Superhawk handlebar switches. Simplified wiring harness built in-house with correct Honda colors and bullet connectors.
Wheels: Buchanan's stainless steel spokes. Refinished stock hubs and rims. Laced and trued in-house. New wheel bearings.
Suspension / Control: Kibblewhite bronze swing arm bushings, Forking by Frank 1.5" lower fork tubes. K&L fork seals. All-Balls tapered steering head bearings. Hagon Shocks 290 mm. Goodridge steel braid brake line. Charlie's Place stainless steel brake piston with OEM Honda seal. New EBC rear brake shoes.
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