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  • Wicked Honda CB750 by Ratz

    Check out this 1977 CB750 by Ratz! He says the mock up is done and it's ready to tear down and make it nice! Here's the specs: 836cc, Megacycle 125-F cam, springs & retainers, adjustable cam gear, ported & flowed head, cycle x super rods, Twin 34mm Mikunis, Aluminum rims, SS spokes, smoothed & chromed hubs. See more pictures.

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    Man that is some great advice! I really really am grateful to have access to someone like you that takes time to help novices like myself. Thank you amc49!

    broken camshaft holder, leaking tachometer oil seal cb750 dohc

    ray_ Today, 03:34 AM Go to last post

    Thnx ... Found this file as well. Unfortunately it doesn't tell me if the shocks remain in place when the bolts are removed. I can't seem to find anything

    Rear Fairings removal

    DJOEZZZZ Today, 01:59 AM Go to last post

    I would like to buy few electrical parts
    I need regulator, cdi, turn signal relay and battery box.

    1980 CB750F regulator, cdi, battery box

    tryku33 Yesterday, 09:51 PM Go to last post

    Hi Guys
    I would like to say hello
    Iím new here- just bought 1980 CB750F super sport. I donít know anything about those bikes. I own a 1976

    New owner

    tryku33 Yesterday, 09:40 PM Go to last post


    Page 2-4.

    Seat has to come off first.

    Rear Fairings removal

    amc49 Yesterday, 05:39 PM Go to last post

    @eps1234 I'm interested as well. It looks like I have to remove the rear fairing and I would like to know if the shocks are kept in place by a stud or

    Rear Fairings removal

    DJOEZZZZ Yesterday, 02:06 AM Go to last post