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Author Topic: Engine inspiration thread!  (Read 107292 times)

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #180 on: Dec 03, 2015, 16:56:06 »
For those that haven't seen already: CB750 modified.











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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #181 on: Dec 04, 2015, 13:15:02 »
Quote from: Tune-A-Fish
For those that haven't seen already: CB750 modified.

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Offline armourbl

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #182 on: Dec 08, 2015, 17:16:15 »
So, this is my first time doing this, but here is my CB750F engine repainted, but not fully back together yet. Used VHT 148 primer and 139 Satin Black.

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #183 on: Dec 08, 2015, 17:17:36 »
Nice work Tuna!

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #184 on: Apr 05, 2016, 10:32:50 »
Just finished detailing my engine. Engine was rebuilt stock, soda blasted and painted with textured Harley Davidson black. This paint is expensive from the dealer but from what I've read on different forums its better than VHT wrinkle, must be the big HD logo on the can :). The stuff is easy to work with and works well on touch ups. I had an '09 Fat Bob with the same color engine, loved the look.

Hope you like it.

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #185 on: Apr 05, 2016, 10:35:15 »
Nice little engine man!! you did a good job, love the cast color with the polished.



Just finished buttoning up my engine. VHT engine enamel cast iron paint on the everything except the covers, which are semi-polished, bare aluminum.





It really needs to be photographed in full sunlight, but the damn sun won't come out.

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #186 on: Apr 05, 2016, 14:01:35 »
Just finished detailing my engine. Engine was rebuilt stock, soda blasted and painted with textured Harley Davidson black. This paint is expensive from the dealer but from what I've read on different forums its better than VHT wrinkle, must be the big HD logo on the can :). The stuff is easy to work with and works well on touch ups. I had an '09 Fat Bob with the same color engine, loved the look.

Hope you like it.

Very nice!  The red Honda logo is a nice touch.
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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #187 on: Jul 14, 2017, 22:37:44 »
Looking for inspiration and all I see is a bunch of broken pics or photobucket upgrade images...smh

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #188 on: Jul 15, 2017, 18:09:37 »
Yep, Photobucket is holding everyone to 'ransom' and wants $400.00 a year to 'release' pics. I wasn't sure about the 1968 Suzuki T305 I did, 'copper' crankcases, barrels/heads with polished fins and covers It actually worked real well with the 'beige' paintwork. Ialso did centre's of hubs before fitting flanged alloy rims (one size up both ends) unfortunately I can't find just the engine pics so a 3/4 shot of bike will have to suffice
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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #189 on: Jul 16, 2017, 09:13:23 »
That's beautiful!

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Re: Engine inspiration thread!
« Reply #190 on: Jul 19, 2017, 12:48:28 »
That looks great!