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  • Pidaster's '76 Cafe

    Pidaster brought this '76 Honda CB750K home in boxes and look at it now! It took a lot of cleaning, rebuilding, paint, and few new parts to get it where it is today... but he's not done yet! After he builds his shop he plans to tear it down again and powder coat the frame, rebuild and paint the motor, add rear sets, and a give it a new paint scheme.

    See pidaster's thread for more details of the bike.

  • Recent Forum Posts


    Hello everyone,

    I recently bought a 76 CB750F that is, unfortunately, missing some important hardware. I am missing parts 48, 28, 63, and

    CB750F1 Torque Link Hardware and Other Questions

    Haden Yesterday, 11:17 PM Go to last post

    Do you think I should do a leak down test to verify everything inside the cylinder? Just trying to find out what might be causing the roughness on the


    Chrisraven Yesterday, 11:10 PM Go to last post

    That's OK for a used engine. 170 is the service manual number for brand new.


    amc49 Yesterday, 10:57 PM Go to last post

    Hi amc49: Just wanted to ask you about the compression in my 1980 750C. I have 150 on number one and 145 on the other three. Is this an ok pressure,


    Chrisraven Yesterday, 10:42 PM Go to last post

    Thanks dirt, I realized I put it in the wrong one after the fact..anyway ya I checked all the wiring and found the ground to both bulbs was not working

    Tail lights on but no break light

    Lock6 Yesterday, 02:43 PM Go to last post

    Thansk for getting back amc49.
    Yes we have ethanol too.
    Will go back through everything again.

    No Accelerator Pump

    johnw Yesterday, 03:06 AM Go to last post