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Author Topic: Universal - Adjustable Rearset - more pictures and discount option  (Read 116670 times)

Offline silverstarnc

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Hey viet do you sale anything else for a 350?

Offline Viet

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Hi Silverstarnc,

By the end of this month, I will make my first sale for cafe racer gas tank. This will fit directly on CB/CL350, CB/CL175 and CB/CL450. The gas tank is 24 1/2 inch length, 10 inch width and 8 1/2 inches high. The tank shape is replica of HRC gas tank made of 2mm 5052 aluminum. Gas cap and petcock is included. Price is approx US$325 shipped to US and Canada.

Hope you can wait until month end when the product is ready for sale.

Offline Viet

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Just ordered a set of these off of ebay. I'll let everybody know how long it takes to ship to Canada and how well they work on a CB350. I didn't bother with the discount for members, so not sure how that works. Either way, at 115 bucks (including shipping) they seem like a good deal and should bolt right up.
I just have checked on Canada Post to track your rear set and happy to know that it has arrived in Canada and now with Canada Post for processing (http://www.canadapost.ca/cpotools/apps/track/personal/findByTrackNumber?execution=e1s2). This means it might come to you within this week. I also have made my refund. This is your right to have. Hope you like my rearsets

Offline balek

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Hey Viet!  I have been looking to get a set of rearsets and these look perfect. Do you have the measurements for a full set for a 74 CB450 or should I measure things out and send you the required lengths and angles?  They look awesome!

Thanks,
Balek

Offline Viet

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Hey Viet!  I have been looking to get a set of rearsets and these look perfect. Do you have the measurements for a full set for a 74 CB450 or should I measure things out and send you the required lengths and angles?  They look awesome!

Thanks,
Balek

Dear Balek,

I have my own CB450 K2 so I already measure my rearset to fit into that type of iconic bike. If you are ok, a set of rearset that fit exact to CB450K will be sent to you. Price is $US 105 shipped to US and Canada. This price is $10 lower than on ebay.

Best regards

Offline balek

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  • 1974 Honda CB450T
Awesome.  I sent you a PM.  I'd love to get a set of these.  They look great.

Offline Scheidty

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Rearsets arrived in the mail today (16 days, which is what I was expecting). I manged to get the brake set up well but I'm having trouble adjusting the shifter. The shifting with stock linkage was "temperamental" so this could be a little tricky . I manged to get the shifter to shift down or up, but not both. Does anyone have any advice on returning to stock settings or any other tricks? (It's a CB350).

Thanks!


Offline SONIC.

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Universal - Adjustable Rearset - more pictures and discount option
« Reply #27 on: Mar 21, 2012, 19:39:34 »
Move the shift linkage one tooth at a time until it shifts both ways.

Offline Scheidty

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Hey.

Tried different combinations of the shift linkage tooth. Right now I can get it to shift down in most of the configurations but the upshifting continues to be a problem. I just can't seem to find the sweet spot where the upshift and downshift meet. Right now I can't even get it to upshift at all, even though I was able to earlier. However, when I downshift into 1st I'm still able to upshift into neutral (but not into second). I'll keep messing around with it tomorrow and see if I can get it.

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« Reply #29 on: Mar 21, 2012, 22:49:14 »
What about with thestock shifter?