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    KIRBY

    Yes, well I would join the two crankshafts through a hard rubber cush drive coupler. Easily obtained from a motorcycle rear hub unit, It may not keep

    Can a stock CB 750 bottom end handle an increase i power of 25%

    KIRBY Today, 02:09 PM Go to last post
    keges335

    Since I am off for awhile due to the World crisis . I am working on 1 of 3 Bikes,. The rear Turnsignals on a 81 Honda CB 750 K. Are they supposed to be

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    keges335 Today, 11:41 AM Go to last post
    KIRBY

    I appreciate you allowing me to bounce my ideas off you. I probably haven't conveyed what is in my head well enough.

    Can a stock CB 750 bottom end handle an increase i power of 25%

    KIRBY Today, 09:04 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    Quit talking and build it, you will then find out. If it is as resolved as you think it will fall into place. If not..............I for one see enough

    Can a stock CB 750 bottom end handle an increase i power of 25%

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:23 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    People who list part numbers often let them disappear on the oldest models, it keeps parts in use more currently in line with more recent models. It sells

    1979 CB750F front and rear calipers

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:31 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    The part number is the SAME, the only thing that changed was the latter part or the classification number, which likely means the vendor of the part.

    1979 CB750F front and rear calipers

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:13 PM Go to last post