Recent content by CocZamudio

  1. CocZamudio

    LED lights on 81 CB750C

    John, did you ever get your wiring sorted? I couldn't access your photo(s). Just like NicksHonda, I replaced all the bulbs in my 1981 CB750K with LEDs. The OEM relay had to be replaced with a CF13GL-02: 3 Pin Black European Flasher from SuperBrightLEDs.com. No load resistors are needed. I...
  2. CocZamudio

    How to make your own clutch lock nut wrench (and save $200)

    Brilliant! Thanks for the great photos and text.
  3. CocZamudio

    1977 CB750F Horn Emblem correct paint?

    I found a nice 1977 CB750F "Emblem, Horn", Honda part number 38111-410-000, on eBay. About 50% of the original paint finish has flaked off the chrome under-layer but the emblem itself is good. Because of a change in plans I'm not going to use the horn emblem so I'd like to restore it and put it...
  4. CocZamudio

    1977 CB750F Horn Emblem correct paint?

    I found a nice 1977 CB750F "Emblem, Horn", Honda part number 38111-410-000, on eBay. About 50% of the original paint finish has flaked off the chrome under-layer but the emblem itself is good. Because of a change in plans I'm not going to use the horn emblem so I'd like to restore it and put it...
  5. CocZamudio

    Texavina Solo Café Racer Seat Review

    Texavina seat photos Please follow the link in the second paragraph to my photo album. Since this is my first post, I’m still figuring out things like embedding photos in posts. Thanks for your interest; I hope this is helpful!
  6. CocZamudio

    Texavina Solo Café Racer Seat Review

    Recently, I purchased and installed a Honda CB750 CB750K 1979-1983 Low-Profile Solo Café Racer Seat, Model Z2021, from Texavina.com. These are some of my observations, experiences during installation, and a brief review of the seat itself. Photos of my installation are viewable at Texavina Café...
  7. The mounting hardware included with the new Texavina seat.

    The mounting hardware included with the new Texavina seat.

Top