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Author Topic: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish  (Read 2934 times)

Offline minxlt

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Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #20 on: Mar 23, 2017, 18:11:51 »
Hey, greetings! Doing really great work here!
Ive just bought the cb650c 82, and your bike is one of the inspirational ones :)
Thank you.
I feel that I have a lot of questions right now 

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Offline schenk

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Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #21 on: May 10, 2017, 17:00:04 »
Snapped a few pics last evening because I was a bit bored and ordered some new goodies. I don't like the way my current rearlight and numberplate is mounted so I'm gonna work on a slightly different mounting.






"Riding your own, unique motorcycle only accompanied by the sound of the wind and the roar of the engine, smelling the world passing by and feeling the power and the speed, is simply the best thing you can do with your clothes on." - The Ride

Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #22 on: Jul 19, 2017, 13:05:56 »
Love the bike. I just bought a 1981 CB650C myself. It's is great condition with only 3,100 miles on it (I live in the northern US where there is basically only 3-4 riding months a year). I love the look of your bike because that changes are very stylish, yet not too much of a drastic change from the original. I would like to do something similar with mine. Don't know if you will be checking your post any time soon, but I was wondering if your gas tank is original. It looks similar to mine but I cannot tell.

Offline yozzer74

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Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #23 on: Jul 26, 2017, 03:39:03 »
Looks great

Offline schenk

  • Posts: 18
Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #24 on: Aug 27, 2017, 10:50:47 »
Went out for a drive in the early morning and took some pictures.   8)















« Last Edit: Aug 27, 2017, 10:54:30 by schenk »
"Riding your own, unique motorcycle only accompanied by the sound of the wind and the roar of the engine, smelling the world passing by and feeling the power and the speed, is simply the best thing you can do with your clothes on." - The Ride

Offline schenk

  • Posts: 18
Re: Honda CB650C cafe/scrambler-ish
« Reply #25 on: Oct 04, 2017, 03:15:44 »
Love the bike. I just bought a 1981 CB650C myself. It's is great condition with only 3,100 miles on it (I live in the northern US where there is basically only 3-4 riding months a year). I love the look of your bike because that changes are very stylish, yet not too much of a drastic change from the original. I would like to do something similar with mine. Don't know if you will be checking your post any time soon, but I was wondering if your gas tank is original. It looks similar to mine but I cannot tell.

Hey man, thanks! Looks like you've found a little gem.

My tank is an original CB650 Custom tank.
"Riding your own, unique motorcycle only accompanied by the sound of the wind and the roar of the engine, smelling the world passing by and feeling the power and the speed, is simply the best thing you can do with your clothes on." - The Ride