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Engines / Re: How to repair broken engine wing
« Last post by JMPUK on Today at 12:18:42 »
If you are breaking down the engine already, that's an easy fix for an experienced tig or Oxy/Acet welder. Especially since you have the piece that has broken off. In my shop I would charge about $30-$50 for the repair.

Good man - thanks alot. Engine all broken down now and ready to go!
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Last post by surffly on Today at 12:11:32 »
It is direct through Bimota.
Limited to 100 editions.
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Last post by Alex jb on Today at 12:03:12 »
Damn!


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Electrical / Re: Parking light /side light m unit
« Last post by Sonreir on Today at 11:38:28 »
I would bypass the m-unit for this feature. I assume your ignition switch has a setting for the parking light? If that's correct, just run power from the parking light ignition switch wire directly to the brown wire on the headlight.
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Electrical / Re: HELP - Handlebar controls broken
« Last post by Cookie on Today at 11:31:48 »
BFL: what kind of bike is this on? As mentioned, there's a distinct possibility that someone here has a spare bit they'd let you have for dirty cheap (or less)

As an interim fix, I'd fill the hole with 5-minute epoxy (or JB Weld as mentioned if it's metal) and then drill/tap the hole to hold it together u til a replacement can be found.
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Last post by Maritime on Today at 11:25:07 »
Please tell me that's the work workshop not your own!


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Since he owns the business it is both LOL.
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Cafe Racers / Re: FRANKENHONDA II the 1982 DOHC CB 750F2 Build
« Last post by Cookie on Today at 11:19:28 »
Can anyone tell me what the original front and rear sprocket ratios were on the dohc 750s I want to get new ones but I'm not at home to count the teeth also how many links in the chain ?? Cheers in advance


Yup!
Taken directly from the Honda Factory Service Manual, 1981 Addendum (there were no driveline changes in 1982):

CB750F and K ran 18 Front/46 Rear (2.555:1 ratio) with a 108 link, #530 chain.

CB750C was 18/43 (2.388:1) with 106 link, #530 chain (loses some acceleration, but better for cruising/touring).

 I went to a 17/40 combination with a 106-link chain on my 750C. Almost the same ratio (within 1.5%), but the smaller sprockets were on sale and saved me about/40. Also, it was cheaper to buy a 110 link chain and shorten it, than to buy a 106-link.
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Last post by Alex jb on Today at 11:14:42 »
Strategically placed to avoid working for a bit this morning.

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Please tell me that's the work workshop not your own!


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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Last post by Cookie on Today at 11:08:54 »
Started doing fork seals last night. Decided to clean up the legs while I'm in there. One down, one to go!
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Last post by clem on Today at 10:56:22 »
Smart move for a Friday.

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