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Author Topic: Cb 125T Cafe Racer on a budget  (Read 19461 times)

Offline jungalist

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Re: Cb 125T Cafe Racer on a budget
« Reply #60 on: Apr 27, 2014, 12:07:23 »
So i got the fender tacket up





Bummer is I like the chrome look but had to grind the chrome off to weld on the brackets properly so i'll have to paint it, probably black...

Next i need to take of the rear suspension and weld it proper so it won't break under vibration.

Also a pic of the braided cable look:

Offline jungalist

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Re: Cb 125T Cafe Racer on a budget
« Reply #61 on: May 26, 2014, 19:02:45 »
so small updat, got myself a new chain, front and rear sprocket.

went in the rear from 39 to 41 teeth because in 5th gear the engine didn't seem powerfull enough and fell back to 7k rpm, with top speed of 90km/h in 4th at 11k rpm. with the new setup the bike has an awesome response and goes up to 110km/h in 5th and keeps running around the 9 to 10k rpm!

well worth the money!

didn't get any pics of the new chain and sprockets on the bike but will get some up as soon as i clean it up a bit because there's yellow grease everywhere right now, lol.


Offline Heron

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Re: Cb 125T Cafe Racer on a budget
« Reply #62 on: Jul 21, 2014, 06:51:25 »
Great build!

Very motivational build to read up on, nice going.
I'm also from Belgium and just started a CB125t project myself.
Can't wait for the next update!

 8)

Offline jungalist

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Re: Cb 125T Cafe Racer on a budget
« Reply #63 on: Jul 21, 2014, 18:06:01 »
haven't really done anything to the bike anymore except riding it, maybe i'll pull out the anglegrinder again as soon as summer is over  ;)

good luck with your build, I'll keep an eye out for it!