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    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
    gregb6718

    Pretty sure i don't have TRAC on this 82 F SuperSport. Don't see any indication of it on the forks.

    Forks have to go to dealer for disassembly?

    gregb6718 Yesterday, 05:39 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    38s are too big for a 750 unless fully ported head and wild cams in my view, more like 1100 carbs. The aftermarket carbs if chosen right will make about

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

    amc49 Yesterday, 04:53 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    You do not have to let the dealer take the forks apart. The only reason they say so is because of the TRAC assembly used for anti-dive on them, people

    Forks have to go to dealer for disassembly?

    amc49 Yesterday, 04:44 PM Go to last post
    gregb6718

    Way back on 8-16-2014 raene asked the question whether his 82 cb750c forks had to go to the dealer for disassembly. The question was never answered so

    Forks have to go to dealer for disassembly?

    gregb6718 Yesterday, 03:44 PM Go to last post