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  • The Stinker - Old and Slow Racing Team

    Check out this 1980 CB750K called The Stinker from Old and Slow Racing Team! This did 131 MPH at the Texas Mile in March of 2013.

  • Recent Forum Posts

    1slowCB

    Anything else I should look at ?

    Pops on decel & hanging rpm

    1slowCB Yesterday, 11:16 PM Go to last post
    Brian Keller

    Hi. Thanks for responding. It just doesn’t look factory. The wire (Yellow with red stripe) from the changing relay is not plugged in at the solenoid

    1976 CB750A Changing relay wire help

    Brian Keller Yesterday, 08:12 PM Go to last post
    Medyo Bastos

    One side should go to ground in order to complete the circuit.


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    1976 CB750A Changing relay wire help

    Medyo Bastos Yesterday, 07:47 PM Go to last post
    dirtdigger

    Only place I would send Japanese stuff to in california is APE. They started out on the old cb750's. The exhaust seats in the sohc are hard. The valves

    The way I see it

    dirtdigger Yesterday, 07:45 PM Go to last post
    Brian Keller

    I just started restoring this 76 CB750A and Im curious about a wire that goes from the solenoid to the changing relay. Its yellow with a red stripe.

    1976 CB750A Changing relay wire help

    Brian Keller Yesterday, 07:31 PM Go to last post
    GaryGruber

    That is distressing. Surface heat treating is actually harder to perform that a full heat treat. The Germans used to do it on their WWII Mauser actions

    The way I see it

    GaryGruber Yesterday, 05:57 PM Go to last post