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    Uvea

    I was wondering if there was any major differences between the two models. As I understand it the 700SC was for the US because of something to do with

    84 CB700SC and the CB750SC differences

    Uvea Today, 11:42 AM Go to last post
    MrMojoRisin

    Hello, just brought home a 79 CB750L project. Bike is partially together and was able to get it running with some jumper cables and starter fluid at the

    79 CB750 Starter issue?

    MrMojoRisin Today, 09:21 AM Go to last post
    flatpick13

    Awesome, thank you for the advice!

    1980 CB750F Carb decisions, would appreciate some experienced input!!!

    flatpick13 Today, 07:57 AM Go to last post
    pidjones

    If anyone is near Sevierville, TN, there will be an old motorcycle show and swap "Possum Gathering" April 9 & 10 at the Sevier County Fair

    Show for 35+ year-old bikes in Sevierville, TN

    pidjones Today, 07:04 AM Go to last post
    Britman

    Maybe they are never finished until they roll out of the driveway into the back of the new owners truck. Right now this one is staying with a new set

    1974 CB750

    Britman Yesterday, 11:53 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    You're probably right..........thinking of the later bigger bikes.

    Regardless, no reason you can't do it yourself.

    The only

    Forks have to go to dealer for disassembly?

    amc49 Yesterday, 06:31 PM Go to last post